1 Oct 2014
A beer festival is being held at The Bull in Watton at Stone from 17th to 19th October. In addition to the three beers on the bar there will be a wide variety of guest beers available in our marquee. Locally reared pork from Bridget B's will be served up early evening as a hog roast on Saturday 18th, and the acoustic tones of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Tom Braggins, will have us all up and dancing. Should be a fun weekend for the whole family!
Rosie's Pig Cloudy Cider (4.8% abv)
Rosie's Pig is an easy drinking, cloudy cider with a fresh apple flavour and hints of citrus and spice.
Wyld Wood Cider (7.3% abv)
Fully matured in old oak vats, Westons Wyld Wood cider has a truly appley, fresh and full-bodied taste with a ripe aroma – a true celebration of nature in a glass!
Country Perry Cider (4.5% abv)
Country Perry is made from perry pears and fully matured in old oak vats to develop its strength and traditional character. Free from all artificial colouring, flavouring and sweetening it retains its natural pale colour.
Mortimer’s Orchard Cider (5.0% abv)
A fresh, medium dry cider with a light sparkling finish – rich in tradition and flavour.
Lancaster Blonde (4.0% abv)
The slightly citrus and delicate earthy aromas are created by a combination of First Gold and imported Saaz hops. The initial bitterness is followed by a delightful mouth feel culminating with a long dry finish.
Wainwright (4.1% abv)
Thwaites of Blackburn
A golden ale, refreshing with a delicate citrus fruit flavour and subtle sweetness.
Red Fox (4.3% abv)
Fullers of Chiswick
An autumnal favourite, Red Fox is tawny red in colour and bursting with delicious malty flavours. Brewed with toasted oats to give distinctive biscuit notes and a mellow aftertaste to this superbly satisfying ale.
Inferno (4.0% abv)
Oakham of Peterborough
Golden in colour this light igniting ale flickers complex fruit across your tongue leaving a dry fruity bitter finish smothering your thirst.
Reaper (4.1% abv)
Black Sheep of Yorkshire
Summit, Copper, Amarillo and Chinook Hops combine with crystal and pale ale malts to brew this ruby red ale of frightening quality.
Hop Fest (4.5% abv)
Hopback of Salisbury
East Kent Goldings, Pioneer, Chinook and Celeia hops give this feisty blonde ale great lip smacking flavour.
Village Idiot (4.1% abv)
White Horse of Oxfordshire
A beer well hopped with Challenger/ Bramling cross hops with a base of fine pale malt and wheat that gives a light straw coloured beer with a lasting fruity aftertaste.