Our beer selection is massive. Really large, and it's ever-changing and growing, much like us humans. We stock styles from all over the globe, with a huge focus on Scottish and local producers. Our selection boxes let you experiment with different styles, or stick to things you know and love.
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WHAT'S HOP AND WHAT'S NOT
A selection of our hoppy range, including IPA's, Pale Ales, and Dipa's mixed up with some less hoppy lagers or blondes to keep it fresh.
Around 6-10 stouts/porters from around the world. Our stout range is next level, so there's plenty to sink your teeth into.
Around 6-10 sours, ranging from fruity numbers to seriously wild fermented mutants. Yeast and flavour combos you'd never dream of.
BUILD YOUR OWN
A selection of classic German beers, including Pils, Helles, Weizen, Dunkel, Doppelbock, Gose and Rauchbier. Ausgezeichnet!!!
A selection of classic Belgian beers, including Trappist, Lambic, Wit, Flanders, Blonde, and Gueuze. We've got the lot!
You're in charge here. Just let us know exactly what you want and we'll sort it out for you. Easy!
BREWERY FOCUS - EPOCHAL BARREL FERMENTED ALES, GLASGOW
Epochal Barrel Fermented Ales is Glasgow's freshest brewery to hit our shelves.
Run by ex-philosopher, Gareth Young. Epochal is a specialist brewery, focusing on barrel-fermented ales using unique house yeast strains and microflora. Gareth is no stranger to the shop, and we've been anticipating his plans for quite some time. Here's what he has to say about his logic:
"While Scottish brewing history provides us with much inspiration, we are just as inspired by modern craft beer, contemporary brewing science, and our creative curiosity as by the beers of the past. Our beer is modern and our own, but with roots in Scotland’s brewing heritage.
What to call such beers can be a bit of a puzzle – the most common term is ‘mixed fermentation’, but this is also used to refer to quick-turnaround, sweet and sour fruit beers fermented in stainless steel without Brettanomyces influence and so, while such beers can be great, the term ‘mixed fermentation’ doesn’t really pick out what Epochal is up to in a sufficiently specific way. We’ve settled on terms such as ‘barrel fermented’ or the older alternative ‘stock beer’ to capture our special combination of complex, funky microbes and wood aging.
Epochal specialises in barrel-fermented stock pale ales, table beers, porters, stouts, and Scotch ales. Some of these we’ve released already, whereas some haven’t arrived yet - when you’re fermenting them in wood, these things take time."
We're BIG fans of Gareth's beers and we're delighted to support such an inspirational brewery with a unique focus. He's definitely carving a name for himself in the beer world and we'll be carrying his flag all the way.