Seventh beer of Christmas 

On the seventh day of Christmas my true love sent to me a speach on sustainability 

I was invited to stu brews end of project dissertation on sustainability in brewing looking at waste yeast and grains as well as cleaning temperature and brewing energy conservation that if all goes well could see Newcastle become a very important city with regards to the future of brewing. 

It may soon become a article I publish either on the blog or in camras publication. 

But I also got the opportunity to have a few beers including errants winter harvest saison with a warming ginger and mixed spice and delicate flavour that dosnt taste like somebody spilled a spice rack into a pint very balanced hazy beer well worth a look,  and a couple of cranberry Christmas beers tis the season and all that. 

Box social sleighbells cranberry ipa is a big bold beer with a sweet and sour ballance that’s really tart abd sweet but very drinkable 

And the second pictured above was stu brews weat wanderer cranberry adapted from the raspberry version at the Newcastle real ale festival this was a more subtle rounded beer with bittersweet cranberies offering the spice found in the wheat beer. 

All three of these beers can be found in bars throughout Newcastle 

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