Last week, we gave our production over to brewing a Flanders style red ale. This is a style rarely brewed over here, as to brew something with any degree of complexity, it needs to be aged in wood for a … Continued
PlateauPale gold in colour, with a crisp malt edge and sharp bitterness. Plateau has been hopped at different stages of the brew , with a big mix of US & NZ hops to satisfy the discerning drinker.
Full in flavour, zesty, refreshing & low in alcohol, this beer will have you returning to the bar for another.
3.5 % ABV
AuroraOur premium strength pale ale ‘Aurora’ has a satisfying blend of malts to provide a juicy backbone and a pale amber colour.
An expansive blend of US hops give a resinous mouthfeel – big citrus & tropical fruit flavours, which are prominent, yet well balanced.
Devil's RestGood luck in finding this place – a small nook in the South Downs behind the brewery. Our full strength IPA nods to the best I found whilst travelling the US.
The result is deceptively drinkable, with a burnt orange colour and full flavour in the mouth. Huge amounts of Simcoe & Centennial hops find their way into the kettle, with even more sneaking in post fermentation for a ‘proper’ IPA flavour.
Saison L'AutomneThis workers strength Saison is our seasonal beer. The base recipe will remain the same and will uses the same strains of yeast as our ‘Provision’ Saison but changes to reflect the seasons in the inspirational countryside that surrounds Burning Sky Brewery.
The Autumn hedgerows have been laden with rosehips this year & we have blended a large portion in to give a subtle perfume & enticing colour to the beer.
Saison L'HiverThe same base recipe as the L’Automne but has been infused with Hawthorne leaves and berries. The result is subtle but distinct, if there is such a flavour as ‘barren’, it is here – in a good wintery way.
Saison Le PrintempsLe Printemps has nettle tips added post fermentation for the gentle 'cut grass' aroma of Springtime.
Combined with subtle citrus zest and spicy hop character, this beer is hugely refreshing.
Saison à la ProvisionOriginally, the farmhouse brewers of Wallonia would produce a weak Saison beer for the workers and a stronger beer to be aged & sometimes blended – destined for the local taverns.
This beer has a primary fermentation with a Saison yeast, then undergoes a secondary fermentation with a blend of Lactobacillus & Brettanomyces. The result is tart, crisp, slightly sour & incredibly refreshing.