ASSEMBLY ROOMS and

MARQUEE on the Mkt Place
FIVE  DAYS  OF  LIVE  MUSIC
BRITISH and CONTINENTAL
BEERS, CIDERS and MEAD
Celebrating the birth of
John Whitehurst 1713 - 1788
watchmaker & scientist
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36th DERBY CAMRA
CITY CHARTER
BEER FESTIVAL
A warm welcome to Derby CAMRA’s 36
th
City Charter Summer Beer Festival, I hope
you enjoy your visit.
This year we have made changes, some
forced by renovation work taking place in
the Main Hall of the Assembly Rooms. The
use of a marquee gives us an outside area,
which will allow a smoking area (situated
between the Marquee and the Darwin entrance)
where you can keep hold of your glass. The Assembly Rooms
having invested heavily in their catering facilities aim to compli-
ment the array of beers to make this a festival of food too.
I would like to thank the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust and the RSPCA
for running the cloakroom and tombola, but also you, our visitor, you
will ensure our festival is a success.
Cheers - Russ Gilbert, Festival Chairman
Lastly many thanks to my hard-working committee:
Festival Mgr: Mick Taylor Hall Manager - Martin Roden
Secretary - Mark Fletcher Health & Safety - Dave Clark
Treasurer - Reg Squires IT & Apps: Rob Whitaker
Beer King - Les Baynton Mead - Lexxi
Cellar - Martyn Reek Membership - Konrad Machej
Cider - Chris & Sue Rogers Poster / beer orders - Martin Roden
CBoB - Julian Hough Programme - John Arguile
Continental - Jackie & Proof reader - Roger Morgan
Melvin Poyser Sales & Sponsorship - Mike Ainsley
Entertainment - Terry Morton Security - Kath Lilley & Team TANGO
Festival Administration - Staffing - Julian Tubbs
Chris Gale & JaneWhitaker Support Mgr - John Roden
Acknowledgments
The Festival Committee would like to
thank all our sponsors, suppliers and helpers
Special thanks to our 2013 sponsors :
Main Everards Ltd;
sponsors Fuller, Smith & Turner plc; Marston’s plc.
Other Babington Arms, Dancing Duck Brewery, Derby
sponsors Brewing, Derventio Brewery, KRCS, Middle
Earth Brewing, Tollgate Brewery, Wirksworth
Brewery and Whim Ales
CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME
Just around the cor-
ner from the festival,
looking up Irongate,
the blue face of the
Cathedral clock can
be seen. This is the
successor to the
clock whose mecha-
nism was created in
1745 by the me-
chanical wizard and
scientific genius
John Whitehurst,
and marked time for
the citizens of Derby
for almost 200
years. With a mech-
anism resembling “a
monster musical box”, the carillon played a different
tune each day of the week using music from popular
songs of the day such as “The Lass of Pattie’s Mill” and
“The Highland Laddie”. He was paid both by the church
wardens and the Borough Corporation for maintenance
and winding of the clocks. No doubt this daily chore was
passed over to one of his apprentices!
Why is this distinguished clockmaker worthy of such
recognition in Derby today? Whitehurst was not merely
a turret clock maker, but he also designed and made ele-
gant, durable and accurate timepieces, long case clocks,
barometers and compasses for his wealthy and distin-
guished patrons. Somehow he also found time to in-
dulge in his other interests, ranging from geology and
scientific experimentation to creating labour-saving de-
vices. Amongst his inventions were a mechanical roast-
ing spit for his friend, the local architect Joseph Pickford,
and a machine to raise water for use in the brewhouse at
Oulton Park, Cheshire. Whitehurst was a prominent
member of the Derby Philosophical Society and the
Birmingham-based Lunar Society (so-called as its mem-
bers met by the light of the full moon), and was elected
as a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Not a native of Derby, Whitehurst opened a clock-mak-
ing business in Derby in 1735, to avoid setting up in op-
position to his father and brother in his home town of
Congleton. His only child, James, sadly died in infancy
John Whitehurst
1713 - 1788
picture: Smiths of Derby / Derby Museums
and the business passed to his nephew and namesake,
John Whitehurst II on his death in 1788, and remained
in the family for several generations.
Whitehurst was described in his obituary as having an
“easy and obliging” manner, often mistaken as serious
by those who were unfamiliar with his dry sense of hu-
mour. Like many of his Derby contemporaries, White-
hurst developed a wide-ranging interest in scientific
observations and experiments, particularly in the field of
mechanics, pneumatics and hydraulics. In 1775 on the
strength of his accuracy, he was appointed by the gov-
ernment to become first official “Stamper of the Money-
Weights”, work which led to his proposal of the still
controversial standardisation of European weights and
measures including the adoption of a decimal inch.
His exquisitely drawn diagrams of the rock strata and
fossils taken from careful observation of the geological
formations of Derbyshire and Ireland formed the basis of
his important geological treatise An Inquiry into the
Original State and Formation of the Earth. The book
was intended to aid “the discovery of valuable sub-
stances concealed in the lower regions of the earth” and
became one of the foremost geological tracts of its day.
In fact, Whitehurst was an all-rounder with an amazing
string of achievements to his name, and is well worth
celebrating in the way we know best – a pint of good
beer!
To find out more about John Whitehurst, see the banners
kindly loaned by Derby Museum and Art Gallery
picture: Derby Museums
Contact:
Lucy Ross
07791 750526
CHOOSING A BEER and BEER STYLES
With over 200 beers to choose from you could get
confused, but finding a beer you like is part of the
fun of a beer festival. The range includes fruity,
hoppy, floral, and toffee notes, so browse around.
Each beer has an individual character coming from
the variety of hops, malt, and even water used.
Use the beer list description as a guide and if you’re still
not sure about a beer, just ask the bar staff to give you
a taste. In general it is best to work up from weaker
beers to the stronger brews. Beer strength is measured
as a percentage of the alcohol by volume (ABV). A guide
to the most commonly found beer styles is given below.
Mild Ales
It is a misconception that Mild ales must be weak and
dark. This isn’t so. The term ‘mild’ indicates a lower hop
rate; the ale is therefore less bitter than Bitter (see
below). Modern milds, though tending to be low in al-
cohol (from 3.5% ABV upwards), are sweeter than bit-
ters and porters and far from tasteless. They range in
colour from pale gold (eg Taylor’s Golden Best) to black.
The colour comes from the use of crystal, brown or black
malts, the latter giving roast malt and chocolate aromas.
Bitter
Modern bitters are a commercial version of export pale or IPA
ales (see below). They range from 3.5 to 5.5% ABV. The bit-
terness stems from their high hop rate. In some cases they
are also dry-hopped (where hops are added to a cask im-
mediately prior to delivery). They are generally copper-
Brunswick
Traditional Victorian ale house
BEER
FESTIVAL
9th - 13th October
50 beers - live music
Barbecue on Friday and Saturday
tel: 01332 290677
two minutes walk from the railway station
CHOOSING A BEER and BEER STYLES
coloured due to the use of pale malts, but there has
been a recent trend for lighter, or Golden, beers, espe-
cially for the summer trade. These tend to be light in
taste with a clean palate (fresh). India Pale Ales (IPA)
classically are stronger (c5.5%ABV) and well-hopped
(eg Worthington’s White Shield).
Porters and Stouts
Both porter and stout are dark, rich, bitter beers, the for-
mer of London origin and the latter Irish. Both use dark
malts to provide the colour but the strongest-tasting
(stoutest), hence the name, evolved into a distinctive
style of its own, smoother, creamier head and less bitter
(eg Guinness). Modern variations have blurred the dif-
ferences. The colour ranges from mid-brown to jet-black
and the gravity from 4.5 to 7.0% ABV. Imperial
(Russian) stouts, developed for that market (eg P2
Imperial Stout), are richer, fruitier and have a higher
gravity (8.0 to 10.0% ABV).
Strong Beers
Many strong beers are heavy and sweetish, and get
their alcoholic strength from the use of higher levels of
brewing sugar, usually 6.0% ABV range and above.
Wheat beer
Brewed using a blend of wheat and barley with a cloudy
appearance, though a lot of ‘golden’ beers are described as a
‘wheat’ beer and are clear. They are refreshingly sharp
and slightly fruity. Seldom bitter, wheat beers are usually fra-
grant and pale.
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Fri 26th & Sat 27th JULY
12noon - 11.00 Hot & Cold Food
Charity event for the Derby Merlin
Round table’s designated charity
Mr Grundy’s Ashbourne Road
Derby DE22 3AD Tel: 01332 349806
Charity Beer Festival
Event
entrance
In and Out
to Darwin
& Foyer
BAR
Outer
perimeter
fence
Marquee
Glasses
Market place plan - Marquee
TO TO
FIRST AID
Smoking
Area
Foyer
FULLER’S
BAR
BREWERY BAR
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stairs
stairs
MEAD
Booking
Office
entrance
Assembly Rooms
Great Hall
closed -
it is under
repair
for the
duration
of festival
Key
Toilets are to be found down the stairs on the first floor
TO = Ticket Office
Floor plan - Foyer
quiet area
quiet area
Smoking
Area
Quad
Darwin
Suite
DARWIN BAR
CITY BAR
CONTINENTAL BAR
BREWERY BAR
STAGE
stairs
A-Z Beers by brewery
(subject to availability, noting that not all,
albeit most, beers will be available all the time)
Key to beer styles - see also ‘Choosing a beer’
B = Bitter - Med to strong bitterness, light to med malt
character usually brown/tawny or amber - 4.0%
ABV or less
BB = Best bitter - Colour as for bitter, more evident
maltiness - strength 4.1% to 4.9% ABV
PG = Pale/Golden - strong hop character
DM = Dark / Mild - low hop character.
SB = Strong bitter - Full bodied, assertive hop qualities
5.0%+
SY = Speciality ale -inc Wheat and fruit beers
ST = Stouts & Porters (details per ‘Choosing a beer)
OB = Old ales & Barley Wines - Usually dark, often
sweet, but can have a dry finish. Vineous
appearance and strong.
Floor plan - Darwin
Marquee
(and
toilets)
BEER LIST
Marquee
Brewery ABV Taste notes
/ Name %
ACORN Barnsley, S Yorks Start date: 2003
Yorkshire Pride 3.7 B Golden-coloured bitter with a hint
of wheat and a clean bitter finish
Kazbek IPA 5.0 SB Single variety hopped IPA
ADNAMS Southwold, Suffolk Start date: 1872
Fat Sprat 3.8 PG Well-balanced with a light biscuit
flavour and a crisp dry finish
ALLSAINTS Redruth Start date: 2008
St Pirans Bitter 4.0 B Amber-coloured, sweet bitter with
caramel notes & citrus hints.
St Abdon 4.3 BB Amber-coloured
Festival Special
St Arnold 4.6 PG Hoppy & floral with a little dryness,
roast taste, crisp & bitter malt finish
AMBER Ripley, Derbys Start date: 2006
Hop Project No 3 4.2 PG Packed with NZ Pacifica hops for
- Pacifica herbal orange & zingy citrus taste
APPLEFORD Wallingford, Oxon Start date: 2006
Brightwell Gold 4.0 PG Light, made with wheat & Golding
hops
ASHOVER Ashover, Derbys Start date: 2007
Palule 3.8 PG Hoppy ale using only Pacific hops
‘Palule’ is Hawaiiian for ‘shirt’
Sundial 6.3 PG Generously-hopped IPA named
after famous local cubic sundial
BARLOW Barlow, Derbys Start date: 2009
Betty’s Blonde 4.0 PG Passion fruit flavours and a clean
crisp finish
Three Valleys 5.0 SB American-style IPA bursting with
IPA tropical fruit and citrus flavours
BATEMAN Wainfleet, Lincs Start date: 1874
Orange Barley 6.2 SY Dark Amber, orange aroma, uses
zesty orange & cane sugar
BLACK IRIS Derby Start date: 2011
Abseil IPA 4.5 PG Golden Hoppy IPA brewed with
Brewers Gold and Summit Hops
BOTTLE BROOK Belper, Derbys Start date: 2005
Mellow Yellow 5.7 SB Golden IPA, pronounced hoppy
nose, sweet lingering finish
Rapture 5.9 SB True IPA using masses of Nelson
Sauvignon & Citra hops
BRAMPTON Chesterfield, Derbys Start date: 2007
Brampton Best 4.2 BB Original Brampton brew using
traditional English malt / hops
Wasp Nest 5.0 SB Strong & complex with malt & hop
flavours and a caramel sweetness
BRUNSWICK Derby Start date: 1991
Rocket 4.7 SB IPA, very pale, pungent aroma,
grapefruit & slightly peach taste
BUXTON Buxton, Derbys Start date: 2009
Gold 5.2 PG Revived old classic using scarce
US hops. Citrus / hoppy taste
Axe Edge 6.8 SB Double IPA, strong tropical
flavours and strong hoppy blast
CASTLE ROCK Nottingham Start date: 1998
Black Gold 3.7 DM A dark ruby mild. Full-bodied
and fairly bitter
Harvest Pale 3.8 B Champion Beer of Britain 2010
golden with a crisp, hoppy finish
Trailing 4.2 SY Belgian style wheat beer
Snapdragon
COASTAL Redruth, Cornwall Start date: 2006
Hop Monster 3.7 PG Strikingly hoppy with citrus finish
Merry Maidens 4.0 DM Classic dark smooth mild. Full
Mild rroast flavour
Giants Well 4.2 PG Strikingly hoppy beer with
mellow back
Cornish Cascade 5.0 SB Rich, fruity, golden beer, well-
hopped with a bitter finish
Cornish Porter 5.0 ST Black, full roast flavours and fruity
afternotes - smooth.
English Garden 6.5 PG Deep gold colour. Big brother to
Gold Giant’s Well - see above
COPPICE SIDE Heanor, Derbys Start date: 2012
Derby Blonde 4.0 PG Crisp hoppy blonde beer
Owd Miner 4.0 B A traditional copper ale with good
hop characteristics
DANCING DUCK Derby Start date: 2010
DCUK 4.3 PG High hop aroma, upfront hoppy
bitterness, citrus / pine flavours.
DARK STAR Horsham, W Sussex Start date: 2001
Hophead 3.8 PG Golden, fruity hoppy aroma and a
citrus / bitter taste and aftertaste
Espresso 4.0 SY Black beer using roasted malt and
freshly-ground coffee beens
American 4.7 PG Uses imported US yeast and hops.
Pale Ale Light, dry, crisp and very hoppy
Summer 4.8 SB Balanced, golden bitter, Chinese
Meltdown stem ginger & other spice flavours
Revelation 5.7 SB American Pale’s Big Brother
DERBY Derby Start date: 2004
Mercia IPA 5.0 SB Modern IPA using Maris Otter &
wheat malts with continental hops
DERVENTIO Derby Start date: 2005
Abbey Bitter 4.5 BB Red bitter using crystal malt and
Pilgrim hops, giving a crisp finish
Cleopatra 5.0 SY Derby Beer of Festival 2010. Uses
First Gold hops, hint of apricot.
DOWNTON Downton, Wilts Start date: 2003
Quadhop 3.9 B Pale, floral citrus aroma, using four
English hop varieties.
Elderquad 4.0 SY Well hopped, hints of sweetness
and subtle elderflower aroma
Honey Blonde 4.3 PG Golden, using spicy & floral hops,
smooth. Made with maize & honey
Ed’s American 4.8 BB Rich red ale using US hops, spicy
,
Red aroma, orange peel bitterness.
FALSTAFF Derby Start date: 1999
Henry Kissinger 4.2 PG Highly astringent, “bloody hoppy”
- Jim Hallows (brewer)
HARTHILL Rotherham, [NEW] Start date: 2013
Hart’s Desire 4.4 PG Golden, fresh aroma of citrus
with biscuit, malty sweet flavour
Dark Hart 6.5 ST 18th c style porter, brewery-aged,
Festival Reserve toffee & coffee notes, spicy finish
HARTSHORN Derby Start date: 2012
Pendulum 5.5 SB American Pale Ale, a one off IPA
Festival Special never to be repeated
HAVANT Waterlooville, Hants Start date: 2009
Started 4.0 B No tasting notes available - late
substitute for Hooky Bitter
No HOOK NORTONbeers were delivered
HOP BACK Salisbury, Wilts Start date: 1987
Redsell’s EKG 3.9 B Copper colour, strong malty flavour
lemon and spice finish
Calypso 4.2 BB Light copper ale, using single hop
Calypso, malty, apple & pear hints
Entire Stout 4.5 ST Rich, dark with strong roasted malt
flavour, long sweet malty aftertaste
Summer 5.0 SB Pale bitter, hoppy aroma, intense
Lightning bitterness with a long dry finish
HOWARD TOWN Glossop, Derbys Start date: 2005
Swallows Nest 4.0 PG Sllghtly biscuity taste with some
fruit notes
Weiss Peak 4.3 SY Wheat beer, crisp, new mown hay
aroma, (& faint bubblegum taste)
ISCA Dawlish, Devon Start date: 2005
Illustrious Career 4.0 PG Uses Maris Otter malt, Bobek hops
Festival Special Soft citrus tones, hints of bitterness
Wheat 4.8 SY Cloudy wheat beer, Belgian style
LEADMILL Heanor, Derbys Start date: 2001
Heanor Pale Ale 4.2 PG Fruity, refreshing, pale ale
Fluffer 4.8 PG Pale & citrussy from US Citra hops
LEATHERBRITCHES Smisby, Dbys Start date: 1993
Lemongrass & 3.8 SY Golden, citrussy, lemon and a hint
Ginger of ginger
Hairy 4.7 PG Pale bitter, well-hopped but with a
Helmet dry bitter finish
Owd Codger 4.9 BB Copperish in colour, well-rounded
Game Over 5.0 DM Ruby red mild, slightly fruity
IPA 4.9 SB No tasting notes available - late
substitute for Bespoke
LOOSE CANNON Abingdon, Oxon Start date: 2010
Gunners Gold 3.5 PG Session ale with hints of peach &
passionfruit, named after local hero
LOOSE CANNON Abingdon, Oxon - CONTINUED
Abingdon 4.1 PG Full-flavoured, smooth, rounded
Bridge bitterness, light citrus / floral finish
Bandwagon 4.2 BB Amber-coloured and fruity
Bombshell 4.2 SY Blonde beer with big grapefruit
flavour to finish
MARLPOOL Heanor, Derbys Start date: 2010
Blind Boris 3.5 DM Traditional Dark Mild
Owd Sowj 5.0 SB Dark, full-bodied, traditional bitter
MARSTON Burton on Trent Start date: 1896
Pedigree New 4.0 B Crisp ale using fragrant Australian
World IPA hops and pedigree
Single Hop 4.0 B Brand new English hedgerow hop
Endeavour imparts dark fruit bitterness
Ringwood 4.1 PG Pale gold with both lemon & grape
Shipyard IPA aroma and bitterness.
Wychwood 4.2 PG Rich golden bitter, well-hopped
Rascal with six different hops
MIDDLE EARTH Derby Start date: 2011
Honey Dragon 4.5 PG Pale ale with hint of honey
Mount Doom 5.3 SB Triple-hopped IPA, amber in colour
MILLSTONE Oldham Start date: 2003
Three Shires 4.0 PG No tasting notes available -
late substitute for Grain Storm
Millstone Stout 4.8 ST Traditional dry stout; with smooth
bitterness, hints of treacle in aroma
True Grit 5.0 SB Well-hopped, with a mellow bitter-
ness & a citrus / grapefruit aroma
Mr GRUNDY’S Derby Start date: 2010
Big Willie 4.3 PG Packed with English hops with
lasting dry finish
NORTH RIDING N Yorks [NEW] Start date: 2013
Punch the Clock 7.8 SB US style IPA well-hopped, heavy
Festival Special bitter taste with some sweetness
NORTH STAR Ilkeston, Dbys [NEW] Start date: 2012
Pathfinder 4.5 BB Full roast malt and rich orange
peel overtones. Well-balanced
Endeavour 5.6 SB Dark, complex fruit & full malt
flavouring. Toffee & wine-like finish
NUTBROOK West Hallam, Derbys Start date: 2007
Black Beauty 5.0 ST Full-bodied Milk Stout with hints
of chocolate, honey & nuts
Perfect Fifth 5.0 PG CAMRA festival vote winner
with a hint of honey
OLD SAWLEY Sawley, Dbys [NEW] Start date: 2013
Victory Bell 4.1 Late addition - no tasting notes
Toll Bridge Porter 4.5 ST Smooth, coffee, choc + vanilla hint
OXFORDSHIRE Bicester, Oxon Start date: 2005
Happy Hooker 3.7 PG Brewed for the rugby fan, medium
brown with hoppy bitterness
Blenheim 4.2 PG Zesty aroma, biscuity malt taste
Pride of Oxford 4.2 BB Amber, biscuity fruit character
Churchill HPA 4.5 PG Sweet with spicy hop aroma
Marshmellow 4.7 BB Golden Amber, thin hoppy taste
PEAK Chatsworth, Derbys Start date: 2005
Chatsworth Gold 4.5 SY Honey taste / aroma, gives sweet-
ness balanced by hop & malt finish
RAW Staveley, Derbys Start date: 2010
Colliers Brass 3.7 B Amber colour, hopped, unusually,
with sweet citrus hops
Amarillo 3.9 PG Collaborative brew with Sardinian
brewery using Amarillo hops
JR Best Bitter 4.2 BB Traditional brown with sweet
biscuit malt flavours. Smooth.
Dark Reserve 6.0 PG Brewed to 6% for deeper flavour
and matured for two years
REVOLUTIONS Castleford, W Yorks Start date: 2010
Going 4.5 PG Well-hopped pale with a hint of
Underground fruity jam.
Clash London 4.5 ST Classic London porter but using
Porter US hops
SARAH HUGHES Dudley, W Mids Start date: 1921
Challenger 4.5 PG Very pale ale using Challenger,
Pilot & Golding hops. Hoppy.
Pale Amber 4.0 B Well-balanced, medium bodied,
hoppy ale with some malt
Dark Ruby Mild 6.0 DM Good balance of fruit & hops,
lingering hop & malt finish.
SHINY Derby [NEW] Start date: 2012
Timepiece 4.3 PG Light and hoppy ale - so much so
Festival Special you may lose track of time
Refraction 5.3 SB IPA heavily-hopped with assertive
US hops
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SHOTTLE FARM Shottle, Derbys Start date: 2010
B.O.B (Best of 4.0 PG Lager ale
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Dilks 5.0 SB Made with own spring water & local
honey. Smooth with citrus hint
SHOTOVER Oxford Start date: 2009
Prospect 3.7 B Pale hoppy session bitter, big
mouthfeel, striking dry hoppiness
Trinity 4.2 PG Extra pale, intense citrus hoppiness.
Triple hopped & then dry hopped
Scholar 4.5 BB Combines a silky malt base with
citrus fruit & spiciness. Bitter finish
SPIRE Staveley, Derbys Start date: 2006
Ravenswood 3.7 ST Black oat stout with strong, choc /
coffee aroma and taste. Creamy.
ST AUSTELL Cornwall Start date: 1851
Gold Rush 4.0 PG Golden, hoppy IPA style
SUNNY REPUBLIC Dorset Start date: 2012
Beach Blond 3.9 PG Straw coloured; mango, lychee &
grapefruit aroma; crisp & citrussy
Shark Head 5.0 PG Well-hopped Friesian Pilsener
THORNBRIDGE Bakewell, Derbys Start date: 2005
Wild Swan 3.5 PG White gold colour with aroma
of lemon and spices
Kipling 5.2 SY Grapefruit , passion fruit flavours
leading to long bitter aftertaste
Jaipur IPA 5.9 SB Flavoursome IPA, citrus hoppi-
ness, underlying sweetness
TOLLGATE Calke, Derbys Start date: 2005
California Steam 4.3 PG US West Coast lager style
Red McAdy 5.0 SB Whisky-conditioned Northern ale
TOWNES Staveley, Derbys Start date: 1994
Speedwell Bitter 3.9 B Pale session beer, initially sweet;
long, lightly astringent aftertaste
Pynot Porter 4.5 ST Red-brown with faint coffee aroma.
Roast malt & grape flavours.
WARWICKSHIRE Cubbington, Warks Start date: 1998
Golden Bear 4.9 BB Golden brown, fruity & warming
WENTWELL Derby Start date: 2011
Judges Verdict 6.1 SB Very dark, heavy, bitter with quite
sweet overtones, hint of molasses
WESSEX Longbridge Deverill,Wilts Start date: 2001
Longleat Pride 4.0 B A pale hoppy bitter
Russian Stout Not available - cask blew up
WHALE ALE Banbury [NEW] Start date: 2013
Pale Whale 3.6 PG Pale straw colour, citrus hop taste,
and lemongrass & honey aroma
Ruby Moby 4.0 B Ruby amber colour, malty fruity
aroma, nutty full bodied taste
WHIM Hartington, Derbys Start date: 1993
Snow White 4.5 SY Cloudy wheat beer- slight hint of
orange & citrus. Unfined
WHITE HORSE Farindon, Oxon Start date: 2004
Village Idiot 4.1 PG Blond, complex hop aroma & taste
Blowing Stone 4.3 BB Real traditional brown beer using
English pale and amber malt
Giant 4.3 BB Ruby-red with intriguing flavour
from use of Bramling Cross hops
Wayland Smithy 4.4 BB Red Brown with biscuit flavour
balanced by spicy hop finish
Guv’nor 6.5 SB Golden ale, light with a fruity finish
WIRKWORTH Wirksworth Start date: 2007
Noah’s Gold 4.6 PG Citrussy, malty, dry hoppy finish
YORK York, N Yorks Start date: 1996
Guzzler 3.6 PG Golden ale with dominant fruit &
hop flavous - late substitute
Elderado 4.0 PG Light with tropical fruit flavours of
watermelon in aroma & on palette
Yorkshire Terrier 4.2 BB Amber / gold brew, fruit & hops
dominate aroma & taste.
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CAMRA’s
NATIONAL
Winter Ales Festival
19th to 22nd Feb 2014
The ROUNDHOUSE
PRIDE Park exit on the Railway Stationn
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CONTINENTAL BEERS
Continental beers are served in the Darwin Long Bar
The best in World Beers, many are bottle-conditioned for extra
flavour. Belgian beers are un-fined, and hence vegetarian. Many
are strong but rich and rewarding to drink; savour these like wines.
Belgium Beer & style ABV %
Achel Blond Straw coloured trappist beer 8.0
Bavik Witterkerke Rose Light pink fruit wheat beer 4.3
Boon Framboise Huge aroma, raspberry flavoured 5.0
Kreik Selected lambic beers combined 4.5
with cherries
Geuze 6.5
Crisp, dry with very citrus lemon flavour
Bush Scaldis Amber Walloon amber barley wine 12.0
Ecaussinnes Ultramour 5.0
Fruits of the forest flavours, Vimto for adults
Ultrablonde Flemish blond beer 8.0
Ultrabrune 10.0
Ultra powerful dark ale
John Martin Guinness Special Export Strong dark stout 8.0
Lefebvre Barbar Honeyed, strong pale ale 8.0
Blanche de Bruxelles 4.5
Cloudy sweet wheat, coriander & orange peel
Floreffe Triple 7.5
Abbaye style golden triple
Newton Apple Wheat beer, apple juice flavour 3.5
Lindemans Pecheresse 2.5
Peaches, hint of lambic aroma, sweet drink,
Cassis 3.5
Lambic with blackcurrant, intensely fruity
Mont Des Trappist Ale 7.6
Cats Rich amber coloured beer with a gentle fullness
Oud Beersel Bersalis Triple Amber coloured blonde triple 9.5
Bersalis Kadet Golden, fruity spiced beer 4.5
Rodenbach Grand Cru Classic Flemish red - sour 6.0
Roman Gentse Strop Flemish blonde beer 6.9
St Feuillien Grand Cru 9.5
Extra blond with a powerful personality
Val - Dieu Val-Dieu Blonde Well made with a good 6.0
flavour, light crisp beer
Van Piraat 10.5
Steenberge Flemish, malty, sweet and golden
Cyprus
Keo Pils Golden colour lager 4.5
Czech Rep Beer & style ABV %
Budveiser Budvar Alcohol Free Tastes like beer 0.0
Regent Bohemia Golden Light crisp and golden 5.0
Bohemia President Strong Czech Lager 6.0
Germany & Holland
Augustiner Lagerbier Hell 5.2
Sweetish, hop & vanilla aroma, bitterish finish.
Flensburger Pilsener Blond lager 4.8
Jever Jever Pils 4.9
Intense hop bitterness and aroma, dry finish
Heineken Affligem Blonde Abbey golden beer 6.8
Kuppers Kolsch 4.8
Golden, with gentle floral hops & refreshing
Schlenkerla Rauchbier Marzen 5.2
Dark smoked beer, more wheaty than normal
Schneider Schneider Weiss A golden wheat beer 5.4
USA
Anchor Anchor Summer Amber , lighter than normal 4.5
Anchor Steam Beer Prominently malty beer 4.8
Brooklyn EIPA English malt & hops. Bitter, grapefruity 6.8
Beers on Draught
de la Senne Taras-Boulba - BELGIUM 4.5
Lemon zest aroma, crisp, earthy hop finish
Flying Dog Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale - USA 5.5
With grassy hops and subtle sweet malts
De Molen Amerikaans - HOLLAND Golden crisp lager 4.5
Citra - HOLLAND 4.8
Amber colour, clear fruit flavour, and crisp finish
Two Belgian classics
to refresh and delight
the palate
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Furnace
All pubs shown (except the Rowditch and Station) are open all day.
The Falstaff, Brunswick, Exeter, Little Chester, Mr Grundy’s, Row-
ditch & Brewery Tap (Royal Standard) / Greyhound have their own
beers. The Falstaff is a 20 min walk along Normanton Rd, right into
Lyndhurst St, then through a short alley into Society Place. Mr
Grundy’s is a 10 min walk up Friargate onto Ashbourne Rd.The Row-
ditch is a 10 min walk along Uttoxeter New Rd (and they only feature
their brews intermittently). The Horse & Groom is a 10 min walk from
the Seven Stars, turn left at the top of Garden St down West Avenue,
then right into Parker St.
Five Lamps
Horse &
Groom
Mr Grundy’s
Greyhound
Rowditch
Old
Spa
Inne
Crompton
Babington Arms
Falstaff
Silk
Mill Flowerpot
Royal Standard
Olde Dolphin
Seven
Stars
Standing Order
/ Thomas Leaper
Peacock
All pubs shown (except the Rowditch and Station) are open all day.
The Falstaff, Brunswick, Exeter, Little Chester, Mr Grundy’s, Row-
ditch & Brewery Tap (Royal Standard) / Greyhound have their own
beers. The Falstaff is a 20 min walk along Normanton Rd, right into
Lyndhurst St, then through a short alley into Society Place. Mr
Grundy’s is a 10 min walk up Friargate onto Ashbourne Rd.The Row-
ditch is a 10 min walk along Uttoxeter New Rd (and they only feature
their brews intermittently). The Horse & Groom is a 10 min walk from
the Seven Stars, turn left at the top of Garden St down West Avenue,
then right into Parker St.
Real Ale Trail
June 2013
Babington Arms
Falstaff
Station
Brunswick
Alexandra
Exeter
Royal Standard
Olde Dolphin
Smithfield
Little
Chester
Ale House
Proud to be supporting
the 36th Derby Summer
Beer Festival
www.everards.co.uk
@EverardsTiger facebook.com/everards
THE PUBS at JUNE 2013 (a selection)
Alexandra Hotel 203 Siddals Rd.
Castle Rock Harvest Pale + 7 guests
Babington Arms 11-13 Babington Lane
Pedigree, Burton Bitter ,GK Abbot, Ruddles Best, Theakston Old Pec +11
Brunswick Inn 1 Railway Terrace (& BRY)
Brunswick Usual, Railway Porter, Triple Hop, White Feather; Everard Tiger
Beacon; Taylor Landlord; Brampton Best, Golden Bud, Mild, Griffin + 5 guests
Crompton Crompton Street (off Green Lane)
Marston Pedigree; Taylor Landlord + 3 guests
Exeter Arms 13 Exeter Place
Dancing Duck Bry beers x 4; Marston Pedigree + 2 guests
Falstaff 74 Society Place (& BRY) NB see footnote
Falstaff Bry Fist full of hops, Smilin Assasin, Phoenix + guest
Five Lamps 25 Duffield Rd Buxton Blonde; Everard Tiger; Five
Lamps Ale; Oakham JHB; Peak Chatsworth; St Austell Tribute; Taylor
Landlord; Titanic Iceberg + 7
Flowerpot 19-25 King Street
Black Iris Sunflower; Bl Monkey BG Sips; Pedigree; Oakham Bishop’s F’well,
Whim Hartington IPA + guests (16 on hand pump, 24 on gravity)
Furnace 9 Duke St - Shiny Bry beers x 4; Blue Monkey Infinity + 5
Horse & Groom 48 Elms / Parker St NB see footnote
Draught Bass and 3 guests
Little Chester Ale House 4a Chester Green Rd
Wentwell Bry beer + 3 other microbrewery beers,
Mr Grundy’s 34 Ashbourne Rd (& BRY) NB see footnote
Mr Grundy beers x 4; Pedigree; Speck’d Hen; Sharp’s Doom Bar + 4 guests
Olde Dolphin Inne 5a Queen St / Full St
Bass; Deuchars IPA; Dolphin Ale; Fullers London Pride; GK Abbot; Pedigree
(jug); Nottingham Centurion;Sharp’s Doom Bar ; Taylor Landlord + guest
Old Spa Inne 204 Abbey Street
Pedigree; Sharp’s Doom Bar; + 2 guests
Peacock 87 Old Notts Road. Bass (G); Hartshorn beer; Pedigree;
Oak’m Bishop’s F’well; Peacock Pale; Whim Arbor Light, Hartington IPA + 4
Rowditch 246 Uttoxeter New Rd (& BRY) NB see footnote
open 7-11 Mon-Fri; 12-2, 7-11 Sat; 7-10.30 Sun
Marston Pedigree, Rowditch St Stephen’s + 2 guests
Royal Standard / Greyhound 1Derwent St / 76 Friar Gate
Derby Business as Usual + 4 Derby Bry beers; Taylor Landlord + 4 guests
Seven Stars 97 King St - Marston Pedigree + 2 guests
Silk Mill Full St - Bass (G); Ossett S King; Sharp’s D Bar; Pale Rider + 6
Smithfield Meadow Rd - Pedigree, Oakham Bishop’s Farewell; Whim
Arbor Light, Hartington IPA + 4 guests
Standing Order & Thomas Leaper 28-34 Irongate
Courage Directors & Shep N Spitfire (S Order only); Oakham Bishops & Kelham
Island Pale Rider (both Leaper only) GK Abbot; Pedigree; Ruddles Best + 5
Station Inn Midland Road
Bass (jug); Deuchars IPA; Marston Pedigree; Wells Bombadier
* Not on map, but are well worth a visit
DERBY REAL ALE TRAIL K E Y
BEER LIST
Darwin , City AND Brewery Bars
Twenty beers only will be served from Wednesday
night to Saturday night. One cask of each beer is
available, except for Everards’ beers which will run
through all sessions.
BREWERY & CITY BAR entries follow the main list.
Brewery ABV style taste
/ Name %
8 SAIL Heckington, Lincs Start date: 2010
Mill Stone 4.5 BB Uses several different malts and
Bramling Cross hops
Damson Port 5.0 ST Full-bodied porter with a flavouring
of damsons
AMBER Ripley, Derbys Start date: 2006
Chocolate 4.0 ST Full-flavoured, fruity. A Champion
Orange Stout Beer of Britain 2011
BARKSTON
Gold Not available - not delivered
BARTRAMS Rougham, Suffolk Start date: 1999
Thy Last Drop 4.0 No tasting notes available
Cobbold Festival 4.0 No tasting notes available
Cherry Stout 4.8 ST Hints of chocolate lead to a
subtle suggestion of cherries
Comrade Bill 6.9 ST Russian stout, luscious,
Bartram‘s Egalitarian Anti-Imperialist Soviet Stout
BATEMAN Wainfleet, Lincs Start date: 1874
Yella Belly Gold 3.9 PG Golden Ale brewed with lager malt
hopped with Cascade & Chinook
Salem Porter 4.7 ST Black, complex mix of chocolate,
lliquorice and cough elixir
BRASS CASTLE York [NEW] Start date: 2013
Cliffhanger 3.8 PG Hop-laden & wave of citrus notes
Bad Kitty 5.5 ST Chewy chocolate vanilla porter
crammed with Goldings hops
BREWSHED Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk Start date: 2011
Pale Ale 3.9 PG Pale gold, with light malt character
but distinctive bite
Best Bitter 4.3 BB Dark brown, full-bodied, rich malty
dried fruit character, but balanced.
Cloudy Summer 4.3 PG No tasting notes available
American 5.5 PG Crisp bitterness , citrus fruit nose
Blonde and rich malt character
BREWSTER’S Grantham, Lincs Start date: 1998
Hophead 3.6 PG Floral, hops predominate through
out, grapefruit, notes in finish
BUMPMILL Shirland, Derbys [NEW] Start date: 2012
Moonraker 3.8 PG No tasting notes available
Apache 5.3 SB Floral notes leading to a slight
bitter finish
BUNTINGFORD Royston, Herts Start date: 2001
Twitchel 3.8 PG No tasting notes available
Polar Star 4.4 PG No tasting notes available
CANTERBURY Kent Start date: 2011
Foundryman’s 4.0 PG Gold. Peaches & pineapple aroma,
Gold drying, clean, lingering taste
SwazzAle 4.8 PG US IPA using Californian ale yeast
CAP HOUSE Batley, W Yorks [NEW] Start date: 2011
Pit Stop 4.0 B Amber coloured, well-hopped with
tangerine & tropical fruits. Dry finish
Hey Blondie 4.2 PG Single hopped for a Cascade of
flavour going down
CASTLE ROCK Nottingham Start date: 1998
Elsie Mo 4.5 BB Golden, floral hop aroma, citrussy
mellowed by slight sweetness
Screech Owl 5.5 PG Golden IPA, hoppy aroma, bitter
with a little balancing sweetness
Tway Blade 6.0 SB Strong modern style IPA with
Pacific Gem hops
CAVEMAN N Yorks [NEW] Start date: 2013
Paleolithic 3.8 PG Hoppy pale ale
Chumash 4.9 PG American pale Ale
Clovis Point 5.9 BB Brown Ale
Brown
CLARKS Wakefield, W Yorks Start date: 1906
Stars & Stripes 4.2 PG Pale, hoppy aroma, citrus taste
Time Master 4.5 PG Pale, hoppy with small, citrus taste
Festival Special
ELVEDON Thetford, Norfolk Start date: 2007
Forest Gold 3.9 B Forest fruit aroma, then strong hop
bitterness. Malty, but dry bitter finish
Ported Porter 4.4 ST Roasted malt tempered by addition
of a bottle of port to firkin, malty.
EVERARDS Leicester Start date: 1849
Beacon 3.8 B Light summery pale session ale.
Well-balanced and full of flavour
Sunchaser 4.0 PG Sweet, lightly hopped with some
citrus notes, bitter finish
Tiger 4.2 BB Mid-brown bitter, well-balanced,
long bittersweet finish
Atrigianale 4.5 PG Original Italian recipe, its name
means ‘craft’ in Italian
Summer Lovin’ 4.6 PG Use of Summer hops adds citrus
fruit characters & much bitterness
Old Original 5.0 SB Full-bodied, with a pleasant, rich
grainy mouthfeel & long finish
FUNFAIR Elston, Notts Start date: 2004
Tea Cups 4.0 SY Cloudy ginger beer
Waltzer 4.5 BB Copper-coloured premium bitter
- late substitute for Dodgem
Old Silk Mill
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GRAINSTORE Rutland Start date: 1995
Rutland Beast 5.3 DM Malts create chocolate / coffee
notes mixed with raisins
The Nip 7.3 OB Sweetness & hoppy bitterness.
Warming + raisins & winter fruits
GREEN TYE Much Hadham, Herts Start date: 1999
Union Jack 3.6 B Copper-coloured, fruity with a
citrus aroma and bitter finish
Hadham Gold 4.0 PG Straw-coloured bitter with a light
body and dominant fruity aroma
HAMELSWORDE S Yorks [NEW] Start date: 2013
Scolded Sholder 5.2 SY Golden wheat beer, single
hopped with Czech Saaz hops
and finished with Coriander
and orange - late substitutes
HOLSWORTHY Devon [NEW] Start date: 2011
Sun Shine 4.0 PG Summer ale with subtle fruity
taste dry finish
Make Me Hoppy 4.7 BB Rich spring ale with three hops
blended for a big hit
HOPDAEMON Newnham, Kent Start date: 2000
Golden Braid 3.7 PG Session ale with blend of aroma
hops & bittering plus pale malt
Skrimshander 4.5 SB Aromatic copper-coloured p
IPA ale with a fruity finish
ICENI Ickburgh,Norfolk Start date: 1995
Cascade 4.1 PG Fruit note from late hopping with
Cascade hop, dry characters
Phoenix 4.3 PG Charged with Phoenix hops
JOLLY SAILOR York [NEW] Start date: 2012
Golden Boot 4.1 PG ‘Strikingly good beer’ brewed
for new football season
KENNET & AVON see Wessex [NEW] Start date: 2013
Dundas 4.2 PG No tasting notes available
Rusty Lane 4.4 BB Red Ale
KENT Birling, Kent Start date: 2010
Session Pale 3.7 PG Pale and aromatic
Altered States 4.7 BB American Brown ale, sweet malt
backbone, highly hopped (+ dry)
Bramling Cross 4.5 PG Single hop variety pale ale
Brewer’s Reserve 5.4 SB Strong hop flavour of citrus & resin
6 locally
brewed ales
12 handpumps
Shepherd St
Littleover
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KEYSTONE Salisbury, Wilts Start date: 2006
Gold Hill 4.0 PG Full of citrus flavours with a
hoppy aroma
Gold Spice 4.0 SY Light-coloured, well-hopped with
stem ginger added to cask
KINGS HEAD Bildeston, Suffolk [NEW] Start date: 2013
Bildeston Best 3.6 B Traditional best bitter, balanced
rich and fruity taste
Brett Vale Gold 3.6 PG Golden session ale, hoppy but
not too bitter / dry finish
LONG ITCH Leamington Spa [NEW] Start date: 2013
Light Relief IPA 3.8 PG Pale ale with a twist, quality hops
give floral citrus aromas
Backscratcher 4.5 BB Dark chestnut colour, caramelised
toffee flavours, hints of roast coffee
MALTHOUSE Osset, W Yorks [NEW] Start date: 2013
Insomniac Stout 4.0 ST Rich smooth stout ‘packed’ with
roasted coffee flavour.
House Brown 4.4 BB Rich copper-coloured beer with
toffee overtones
MILESTONE Newark, Notts Start date: 2005
Raspberry 5.6 SY Golden wheat beer, continental
Wheat style with a zingy finish
MILL GREEN Sudbury, Suffolk Start date: 2008
Mawkin Mild 2.9 DM Complex Mild with strong aroma
Bitter coffee notes
Elderflower 3.5 No tasting notes - all Mill Green
Experimental 3.6 beers ordered were substituted
Green Goose 4.0 for those, inc the Mild, on offer
MITHRIL Richmond, N Yorks Start date: 2010
Dere Street 3.8 BB Amber-coloured, fruity, malty
sweetness, smooth hoppy finish
Pop’s Pint 3.9 PG Golden beer with an orange &
lemon hoppy taste
NAVIGATION Nottingham Start date: 2012
Stout 4.4 ST Robust, liquorice, roast almonds
& choc flavours, creamy head
Apus 5.5 SB US style IPA brewed with lager
malts & full US hop
NORTH RIDING N Yorks [NEW] Start date: 2013
Peasholm Pale 4.3 PG Hoppy pale ale
OLD CANNON Bury St Edmonds Start date: 1999
Rusty Gun 4.0 No Tasting notes available - late
substitutes in place of all original
Brass Monkey 4.6 Old Cannon beers ordered ( Best,
Bow Chaser & Hornblower)
OLDERSHAW Grantham, Lincs Start date: 1997
1997 Regal 4.4 PG Lager- style beer, good malt /
Blonde hop balance, strong bitterness
PARISH BREWERY Leics Start date: 1983
Borough Bitter 4.5 BB Medium to strong bitterness.
Pronounced malty aftertaste
Poacher’s Ale 6.0 SB Deep Ruby red, full-bodied, malty
POTTING SHED Halesworth [NEW] Start date: 2013
PSB 3.8 B Malty, full-bodied, caramel, toffee
and biscuit flavours
Mighty Oak 4.5 BB Malty, full-bodied, some biscuit
and caramel notes
SPIRE Staveley, Derbys Start date: 2006
Sgt Pepper Stout 5.3 ST Brewed with ground black pepper.
Strong liquorice & pepper flavour
THREE DAGGERS Wilts [NEW] Start date: 2013
Three Dagger’s 4.1 BB Amber ale with malty palette and
Ale dry, hoppy finish
TWO BEACH Teignmouth, Devon [NEW] Start date: 2012
Ode 4.2 No tasting notes available
Oarsome 4.7 No tasting notes available
WELBECK ABBEY Welbeck, Notts Start date: 2011
Cavendish 5.0 PG Cascade hops balance well with
Maris Piper malts. Zingy
WOBBLY Hereford [NEW] Start date: 2013
Welder 4.8 BB Light, strong industrial ale, notes
of welding fumes & grinding dust
YORKSHIRE HEART York, N Yorks Start date: 2011
Lightheart Pale 3.3 PG Easy drinking, low alcohol pint
Sunnyheart 3.8 PG Bright golden summer ale, hoppy
Styrian Golding aroma, balanced.
BREWERY BARS located in Foyer
BLUE MONKEY Giltbrook, Notts Start date: 2010
Marmoset 3.6 PG Yeast / lemon aroma, some nutti-
ness, dry, underlying sweetness
BG Sips 4.0 B Pale, golden hoppy. Very fruity
and bitter
Sanctuary 4.1 BB Copper-coloured session ale
with punchy hop presence
Evolution 4.3 BB Amber coloured, floral aroma.
Bitter with dry aftertaste
Infinity 4.6 PG Brewed with US Citra hops for a
punchy hop presence
Guerilla 4.9 ST Creamy stout, full of roast malt
flavour, slightly sweet finish
Ape Ale 5.4 SB Resinous pine & orange aromas,
moderate bitterness, dry finish
FULLERS Chiswick Start date: 1685
Chiswick 3.5 B Pale brown, some citrus notes.
Hoppy, slightly dry, biscuit aroma
Summer Ale 3.9 PG Light golden ale brewed with
malted wheat, uses Saaz hops
London Pride 4.1 BB Well-known premium classic,
rich with a good malty character
Wild River 4.5 PG Pale, using US West Coast hops.
Spicy / fruity aroma, dry hopped
Sticky Wicket 4.7 PG Smooth, biscuity using lager hop
ESB 5.0 SB Deep red, powerful and malty.
Three times CBOB Champion
London Porter 5.4 ST Rich, dark with powerful depth of
flavour from choc & brown malts
MUIRHOUSE Ilkeston, Derbys Start date: 2009
Shopping 3.9 PG Pale and hoppy with citrus
For Hops bitterness
Tick Tock 4.0 B Copper-coloured ale, balanced,
Festival Special with a slight bitterness
Summit Hoppy 4.0 PG Pale session beer brewed with
Summit hops
Magnum Mild 4.5 DM Rich, strong mild
Stumblin About 5.2 SB Dark red, strong and malty
Hat Trick IPA 5.2 SB Bittered with citrus hops and
finished with three US hops
TITANIC Stoke-on-Trent Start date: 1985
Mild 3.5 DM Fruity hop aroma, caramel start
leads to bitter hoppiness
TITANIC Stoke-on-Trent - CONTINUED
Lifeboat 4.0 B Dark brown, fruit & malt aromas
sweet then hoppy. Dry finish
Iceberg 4.1 SY Wheat beer, grassy aroma,
extensively bitter, but hoppy
Anchor Bitter 4.1 BB Amber, spicy hint to fruity start.
Hoppy, dry finish
Sundeck 4.3 BB Tan-coloured hoppy bitter.
Choc & Vanilla 4.5 ST Black, rich & opulent with bitter
Stout edge but sweet
White Star 4.8 PG Light in colour, refreshing but
distinctively hoppy
Nautical Mild 4.8 DM Dark ruby beer
Plum Porter 4.9 SY Richness due to late addition of
Goldings & natural plum flavour
Captain Smith’s 5.2 SB Red / brown and full bodied, lots
Strong Ale of malt & roast & hint of honey
Nine Tenths 5.9 SB Gold IPA. Initial sweetness over-
Below taken by powerful citrus hops
CITY BAR
BLACK IRIS Derby Start date: 2011
Great Eastern 4.6 ST Smooth choc & coffee taste, big
Porter berry notes, tart bitterness
Krasny Red IPA 5.3 SB Red from Viennese malts. Big
hoppy fruit flavours, well-hopped
BRUNSWICK Derby Start date: 1991
White Feather 3.6 PG Crisp, very pale, full-bodied
session ale citrus nose hop
Black Sabbath 6.0 D/M Dark, strong mild with rich coffee
flavours and spicy hop character
DANCING DUCK Derby Start date: 2010
Amberillo 4.8 BB Aromatic US hops balanced with
biscuit malt flavours, spicy finish
MEAD BAR
MEAD or METHEGLIN (pronounced me-theg-lin) is a good
old-fashioned liquor, formerly homemade, of an artificially
fermented mash of malt, water and honey. It is sweet, fairly
potent and often served combined with one or more spices.
The choice is as follows:
Traditional Mead - English Mead
Spiced Mead - Whiskey Mead
Reserve Mead - Celtic Mead
Abduction 5.5 SB Myriad tropical flavours in balance
with hoppy bitterness, clean finish
DERBY Derby Start date: 2004
Triple Hop 4.1 B A well-balanced classic pale ale
Turnback Time 4.2 BB Amber-coloured ale. Rich, hoppy
flavour and long complex finish
DERVENTIO Derby Start date: 2005
Summer 4.0 SY Light summer ale with a ginger
Solstice flavour and UK hops
Gold 4.2 BB Subtle character, very hoppy finish
FALSTAFF Derby Start date: 2004
Fist Full of Hops 4.5 BB Light amber colour, malty, hints of
smooth choc. Hops are spicy.
Barack Obama 4.8 PG Balanced / pale ale, full hop
flavour & hoppy aroma
The Good, The 6.2 SB Tawny in colour, full-bodied, fruity
Bad & The Drunk bitter sweet taste, caramel hints
HARTSHORN Derby Start date: 2012
Floss the Boss 4.6 PG Three hop additions give a distinct
taste balanced by malty sweetness
Shakademus 5.4 PG Full-bodied with a citrus hop bite.
A strong golden ale
MIDDLE EARTH Derby Start date: 2011
Rivendale 4.3 PG Well-balanced with full flavour
Mount Doom 5.3 SB Triple-hopped IPA, amber in colour
Mr GRUNDY’s Derby Start date: 2010
Pip, Sqeak & 4.4 PG Ale using strong US hops with a
Wilfred grapefruit aroma
Sniper 4.6 SB Amber-coloured, smooth with a
hint of toffee. Malty aroma
ROWDITCH Derby Start date: 2010
St Stephens 3.6 PG Elusive and rare beer, except in
the Rowditch.
SHINY - Derby [NEW] Start date: 2012
Haysi Fantaysee 5.0 SY Cloudy wheat beer - spice hints
Refraction 5.3 SB IPA heavily hopped with assertive
US hops, then hopped again
WENTWELL Derby Start date: 2011
Derbyshire Gold 3.9 PG Light hoppy, zesty, session beer
Farm Hands 4.1 BB Rich, copper-coloured, smooth
Bitter rounded flavour, well-balanced
MARQUEE - CIDERS
Ashover Derbyshire Medium 6.0%
A newcomer to the cider scene from the Old Poets’ Corner
Biddenden Bushels Ashford, Kent Med Sweet 6.0%
A clear, very pale cider, made from local culinary fruit
Carey Organic Herefordshire Med Dry 7.0%
Clean tasting, crisp, organic cider from a rapidly expanding cider maker.
Charnwood Leicestershire Med Dry 6.0%
A full-flavoured cider from a very small, near local, producer
Double Vision Maidstone, Kent Med Sweet 7.4%
A clear, mellow Eastern Counties cider
Dunkertons Pembridge, Herefordshire Med Sweet 7.0%
Slightly hazy, straw-coloured and packed with flavour
Greenwood Norfolk Medium 6.0%
A small producer of Eastern Counties style cider. New to this festival
Gwatkin’s Stoke Red Herefordshire Sweet 7.5%
Single apple variety from one of the characters of cider making
Gwynt y Ddraig Celtic Warrior Glamorgan Med Sweet 5.5%
New from Gwynt y Ddraig, slightly sweeter and very drinkable
Hecks Port Wine of Glastonbury Somerset Med Sweet 6.5%
A single apple variety cider, pinkish and delicate
Naish West Pennard, Somerset Dry 6.0%
Somerset farm cider as it was 50 years ago, untouched by progress
Pickled Pig Porker’s Snout Cambridgeshire Medium 6.5%
Cider made from local fruit with a fast-growing reputation
Rich’s Somerset Sweet 6.0%
A smooth easy-drinking cider from a long established cider maker
Ross Herefordshire Medium 6.5%
Award- winning cider from a winner of CAMRA’s Pomona Award
Sheppy’s Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset Med Sweet 6.0%
Pale, fruity, easy-drinking cider from producer on Devon Border.
Springfield Red Dragon Monmouth Medium 7.1%
Mid-brown cider with a bit of bite and a lingering after taste
Swallowfields Herefordshire Medium 5.6.%
Pale and fruity from a fast-growing cider maker using local fruit.
Thatchers Cheddar Valley Somerset Med Sweet 6.0%
Light and quaffable, from one of the biggest cider makers in the UK
Three Cats Morley, Derbyshire Sweet 6.7%
Pale, sweet and with a slight sparkle, made with 100% local apples
Welcome to the Festival Cider and Perry bar. This time the main bar is
located in the marquee in the Market Square with a second bar in the
Darwin Suite. Ciders are labelled in green and perries in yellow.
All have been tasted on a scale from very dry through to very sweet. You may
disagree, but it gives you a good start when ordering. Any special features, such
as single apple / pear varieties or fermentation in spirit casks are also noted on the
label. All the ciders and perries sold here are ‘real’ in the sense that they are made
from 100% apple juice (cider) or 100% pear juice (perry); they are neither artificially
carbonated nor served under gas pressure. Bar staff will be happy to discuss the
drinks with you and to give (small) tastes provided we are not too busy. Hopefully
there is something here to suit every palate.
CIDERS and PERRIES
DARWIN SUITE - PERRIES
CIDERS and PERRIES
MARQUEE - CIDERS (cont)
Whin Hill Dabinett Wells next the Sea, Norfolk Med Dry 7.0%
A single variety cider from an outpost of cider making
Wilkins Somerset Medium 6.0%
Traditional Somerset cider from one of the characters of the cider world
Winkleigh Autumn Scrumpy Devon Med Sweet 7.5%
Slightly hazy, easy drinking cider from one of Devon’s major producers
Woody’s Burton-upon-Trent Medium 6.0%
Small-scale cider using a mixture of cookers and eaters, sourced locally
DARWIN - CIDERS
Bottle Kicking Hallaton, Leics Med Sweet 7.0%
A fairly new and rapidly expanding cider maker using local fruit
Gwynt y Ddraig Black Dragon Glamorgan Medium 7.2%
Mid- brown, full-flavoured cider from Wales’s largest cider maker
Hecks Bramley & Honey Somerset Medium 6.5%
An unusual but well-balanced cider made from cooking apples
Parson’s Choice Somerset Sweet 6.0%
A traditional Somerset farm cider made entirely from their own fruit.
Spencer & Haspel Ockbrook, Derbyshire Dry 8.4%
New cider producer using all local fruit, fresh tasting with quite a bite
Westcroft Janet’s Jungle Juice Somerset Medium 6.0%
A classic and highly popular Somerset farm cider
MARQUEE - PERRIES
Broadoak Clutton Hill, Somerset Sweet 7.5%
A smooth, sweet and highly quaffable perry
Double Vision Impaired Vision Kent Med Sweet 7.4%
Very pale, easy drinking and deceptively strong
Dunkertons Pembridge, Herefordshire Med Sweet 6.0%
From a classic perry maker with extensive orchards
Gwynt y Ddraig Two Trees Glamorgan Medium 5.5%
Light, pale perry with considerable depth of flavour for its strength
Hecks Blakeney Red Somerset Medium 6.5%
A single pear variety from one of the few perry makers in Somerset
Newton Court Herefordshire Sweet 6.0%
Slightly hazy, flavoursome perry, made from locally grown organic fruit
Pickled Pig Cambridgeshire Medium 6.5%
A flavoursome perry with a long aftertaste. Made from local fruit
Rathays Herefordshire Medium 7.0%
Delicate, slightly hazy, perry from small producer with own orchards
Ross Cider & Perry Co Herefordshire Med Dry 6.0%
Traditional cider / perry maker just outside Ross. Uses all his own fruit.
Butford Organics Herefordshire Med Dry 6.5%
A rich, fruity perry. 2nd in the National Championships 2012
Swallowfields Painted Lady Herefordshire Med Sweet 5.5%
Made from a single pear variety, fruity with a lingering finish
Whin Hill Wells-Next-the Sea, Norfolk Medium 6.0%
Made from perry pear varieties grown locally. New to the festival
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North End, Wirksworth. DE4 4FG
Wishing every success to the Derby Beer Festival
Tel: 01629-823000
Royal Oak
Avis and John welcome you to the Royal Oak
where you will always find a friendly welcome. 5
Real ales always available A locals local
Runner-up Derby CAMRA Country pub of Year 2013
BABINGTON La - Derby
ALWAYS at LEAST
16Real Ales
and 5Ciders
on tap
Derby CAMRA PUB of the YEAR 2008
Wetherspoons PUB of the YEAR 2006
The BABINGTON ARMS
TIME TO JOIN CAMRA
Protect your pint, your pub
and your pleasure - Join the 150,000
CAMRA is succeeding in getting beer tax reduced, and
fairer deals for pubs owned by big pub companies.
Today we have more choices than ever before, but don’t
take this success for granted, CAMRA campaigns hard
to support pubs and independent breweries. We need
members to maintain our influence and effectiveness.
Get instant membership TODAY by joining at this festival.
Enjoy discounts in pubs and other benefits.
The subscription is an excellent investment, and conces-
sions apply. CAMRA is a sociable Campaign. We offer so-
cials, brewery visits and plenty of opportunites to enjoy
real ale in good company. Join us today!
The Membership Desk is in the
Assembly Rooms by the Darwin Suite
Come and say hello!
The festival welcomes young people who gave us their
contact details at our Winter Festival last Feb. As a
mark of our welcome we have emailed them offering
them a free beer if they bring their email to the
Membership Desk on Wednesday or Thursday
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City Charter Beer
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Enjoying Real Ale and Pubs
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Thursday 22nd - Sunday 25th August
40 + Real Ales & Ciders
from the London Area
Free live bands Thursday - Sunday
Morris Men Saturday afternoon
& Special Sunday Sessions
BBQ Friday to Sunday evening
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ENTERTAINMENT
ENTERTAINMENT
Wednesday Evening
6.30 - 11.00 Admission £3
Liquid Brass (Band)
THE RIPLEY MORRIS MEN
Thursday Midday
11.00 - 5.30 Admission £1
Martin Atterbury (Theatre organ)
Thursday Evening
5.30 - 11.00 Admission £5
Radio Mary (Folk Rock)
Plus The Herron Brothers (Guitar vocal duo)
And in the Foyer: Black Pig Border (Morris)
Friday Midday
11.00 - 5.30 Admission £2
BILL BAILEY JAZZ BAND
Friday Evening
5.30 - 11.00 Admission £6
Shamus O’Blivion (Folk / Celtic Rock)
Plus The Herron Brothers (guitar vocal duo)
And in the Darwin
REVERB (Classic Rock)
Saturday Midday
11.00 - 5.30 Admission £3
3 EYED FOX (Acoustic rock)
And in the Darwin : RIP IT UP (50’s Rock ‘n Roll)
Saturday Evening
5.30 - 11.00 Admission £6
JOINT HONOURS
(Catchy Original Young Rock Band)
Plus THE LEGENDARY STEAMING
IZAACS (Ska Soul Rock)
And in the Darwin: Backline Blues Band
Sunday Midday
12.00 - 2.00 (admission free)
BLUES TOWN (Rock / Blues)
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n 1952 a new era began. Recognising
its unique heritage, our Head Brewer
decided to create a name for his best
loved ale and Pedigree Pale Ale was born.
Marston’s Pedigree is still brewed using
Burton water drawn from our own wells
and is fermented in the Burton Union
system maintained by our skilled cooper,
Mark. Please raise your glass and
celebrate Pedigree’s 60 glorious years.
Marston’s – Proud of our Pedigree.
We brew Pale Ale,
others brew
pale imitations.
It`s all about
www.marstonspedigree.co.uk
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