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Yonder Bees & Things & Flowers Yonder
Style : Witbier ABV : 4.9% Bottle Size : 375ml   Brewed on a bed of meadow hay, Bees & Things & Flowers is a wild honey wit bier, flavoured with wild meadow flowers, ubiquitous in fields and hedgerows throughout Britain. Fermented with honey, carefully sourced from the UK, it is then conditioned on oak with foraged Chamomile, Meadowsweet, Lavender, Yarrow, Pineapple Weed & the lightest sprinkling of English hops. This golden tart and full-bodied refresher, with it’s beautiful residual sweetness,is a perfect drink for that rare, hot, British Summer. Because, everybody loves the sunshine.
Yonder Dunstan's Exile Yonder
Style : Pale Ale ABV : 5.6% Bottle Size : 375ml   Our house Belgian style pale ale is an ode to St. Dunstan, a Somerset cleric, famed for defeating the Devil with a pair of tongs. He was exiled to Belgium for provoking his King, only to return two years later when the Monarch was driven out by revolution. This beer is our demonstration of the flavours produced by combining light struck, English & European, hops, with farmed and foraged botanicals. The woody, herbal & skunked flavours of these hops, are heightened by the floral notes and spiciness of our botanical blend containing, Somerset Lavender & Scottish Juniper Berries. The base of barley & wheat are fermented with a combination of ale and wine yeasts, for a dry, yet fruity undercurrent.  Dunstan’s Exile is inspired by the complex, yet quaffable beers of Belgian Traditon. Feast solemnly.
Yonder Fermhouse Yonder
Style : Farmhouse Ale ABV : 3.8% Bottle Size : 375ml   Farmhouse brewing has conceived many of beer styles that we admire the most. Often utilising ingredients close to home and relying on yeast cultures handed down, or shared with neighbours and friends. In the modern world, sharing those cultures and ingredients is much easier, but it’s also easy to get bogged down with so many options at hand. Fermhouse is a simple premise and a simple beer.  Norwegian farmhouse yeast and own our mixed cultures make for clean, yet tart base, which grows in complexity as it ages. Hops from the UK and Europe balance the herbal and the fruitiness and at 3.8% ABV, much like traditional British golden ale, it’s very moreish! As Pat Sharp would say, it’s a whole lot of fun!