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Yonder Bugs Yonder
Style : Gose ABV : 4.0% Bottle Size : 375ml   This Gose style beer is brewed with juiced, British grown carrots, coriander seed and Cornish sea salt and was fermented with our house cultures (or bugs).
£4.96
Yonder Cache Yonder
Style : Dark Ale ABV : 4.6% Bottle Size : 375ml   Whilst squirrels cache their nuts for the winter, we were busy preparing acorns for this very special dark ale, spring release. We have turned the humble acorn, a nut not commonly considered edible, in to an ingredient that chefs are fighting for.After peeling the oak nuts, leaching their tannins in water over several days, drying, roasting and milling, you are left with a flour (or coffee, if heavily roasted), which brings amazing toffee and sweet nutty flavours to anything it plays a part of.This sweet, dark ale, with caramel and roasty flavours from the selection of malts used, is the perfect drink to carry those flavours and with a hint of spice from more local Myrica Gale, it's perfectly balanced for a cold spring evening.
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Yonder Loop - Apple & Rose (January 2019) Yonder
Style : Wild Ale ABV : 4.7% Bottle Size : 375ml   How could we talk of ourselves a Somerset brewery, focusing on local ingredients, without calling upon some of our cider making friends for help?The first release of Loop for 2019, brewed in Autumn 2018, featured 20% apple juice, pressed from beautifully tannic cider apples grown just a few miles up the road at Burrow Hill.With no preservatives or pasteurisation, the juice did a very good job of added to our mixed cultures and the result is a cross between a dry, farmhouse cider and a tart farmhouse saison.The addition of wild rose petals, gives a perceived floral sweetness to balance that dryness.
£5.76
Yonder Loop - Rhubarb and Magnolia (Spring 2019) Yonder
Style : Wild Ale ABV : 4.4% Bottle Size : 375ml   Our Loop series is a range of tart wheat beers, brewed with our house cultures and aged on a medley of foraged ingredients. Spring 2019's blend features Yorkshire forced rhubarb, whose tart and fruity flavours feature along side the subtle warming spice of magnolia.
£5.76
Yonder Precursor Yonder
Style : Witbier ABV : 4.6% Bottle Size : 375ml   It's this time of year that Yonder brew the base of the beer that launched their brewery; Bees & Things & Flowers. The base of this beer is a witbier, brewed with foraged flowers. Yonder call this Precursor and it's the perfect balance of herbal, bitter and sweet for warm spring evenings.
£4.96
Yonder Suki Yonder
Style : Saison ABV : 6.0% Bottle Size : 375ml   Every now and again, whilst we’re out foraging, we discover a flavour which needs to be shared. This time, it was a spice which is surprisingly common, but most people are unaware of. Stags Horn Sumac can be found growing as an ornamental tree in gardens throughout the UK. It’s beautiful, furry red fruit cones pointing towards the sky in Autumn and luckily for us, last a little way in to the colder months. They are full of citrus flavour and are often used in Moroccan dishes.Whole cones can be steeped in water to make a refreshing drink, which gave the Sumac the nickname ‘The Lemonade tree’. Fermented with our house cultures, a gentle acidity balances the saison base and lets these wild flavours do the talking.
£5.90
Yonder Tang Yonder
Style : Saison ABV : 4.6% Bottle Size : 375ml   In the Tang Dynasty of China (618 - 907), the drinking of tea changed from purely medicinal to recreational and it’s popularity grew throughout the world from that point on wards. You don’t need to be a Tasseographer to know that the British love their tea, and we are no exception here at Yonder. What better way to celebrate the humble leaf, than using the very first tea grown on British soil. This tart saison uses green tea, grown on the Tregothnan estate in Cornwall. The tea is cold steeped, alongside British and European hops, to give it slightly earthy and tannic undertones, alongside fruity and herbal notes, lifted by the gentle acidity of the base beer.
£5.50