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Australia Day

If your in the Bolton area why not pop into Great Ale at the Market or Great ale at the Vaults and help our mate Steve celebrate Australia day with a pint of Touch made with Galaxy hops from AustraliaTouch tasting notes

Prince Obolensky


Another new beer for 2016, Obolensky, a 7.3% Imperial Stout named after Prince Alexander Obolensky a Russian prince who played rugby for England scoring 2 tries against the All Blacks on his debut in 1936 aged 20. At the outbreak of World War 2 he joined the RAF and was killed during training in Suffolk. His first try against the All Blacks is regarded as one of the finest ever scored by England. Most of test brew has already been ordered by our friend deadly Doug but there are a few dozen bottles available.

New Year, new beer

LOMUGoing into barrels today our  All Black IPA dark English malts packed with New Zealand Pacific Gem hops a tribute to the late Jonah Lomu – the man who changed rugby for ever!



Productive Saturday

11 o’clock Award winning Rucked in copper, Lomu Black IPA tastes wonderful and on chill ready for racking Monday and thermal curtain put up on fermenting room, not a bad mornings work

Barrelling around..!

Today the Front Row Team are hard at work barreling one of our favourite beers LOHAG!
Expected bottling date is Saturday and will be with our suppliers very soon! Have a great day – FRB Team
Lohag tasting notes


Today’s deliveries

Deliveries today to the Railway Congleton and St Dunstan Langley,  Pride 4.6% premium bitter now on bar at Railway and Sinbin 4.2% golden bitter and a lovely guest beer from Flipside waiting in cellar at St Dunstan

From the FRB team

Website Launch January 2016

After 4 years of not getting round to it we now have a working website! Thanks Kate – From the FRB Team

Guest Beers Coming Soon!

Good news – From the 25th January 2016 we are expecting Guest beers from two great British Breweries.
Spitting Feathers Brewery – Chester 

Downtown Brewery – Wiltshire


Stay Tune for more details – the FRB Team

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