Collection: Coming Soon - MILLS BREWING BOTTLE SHARE
Kings Head, BS1 6DE, Sun 11th June, 2-4pm
Join us at the Kings Head for a very special afternoon. We're excited to delve into our stash of Mills Brewing bottles and share the spoils with an exclusive group. Tickets will be available here on Thursday 1st June at 12noon - they're incredibly limited so don't miss out!
Mills Brewing is one of the UK’s finest mixed fermentation & wild breweries, based just up the A38 in Berkeley. We’ve loved them and their beers from the very beginning and are proud to have an absolute cellar-full of some of their finest. Expect subtlety, vibrancy and blended perfection in this wonderfully complex range.
Included in your ticket will be tasters of SIX different Mills bottles of different style, strength and age, plus we’ll have detailed tasting notes written by Jonny himself, sharing an insight into the brewing, fermentation, aging and packaging of these wonderful beers.
Additional Mills bottles will be available to drink in or take away, and you’re welcome to stay after the event for a pint or two – the Kings Head will be rounding off its GCB Cask Showcase that day.
Tickets are £30 each, onsale here from midday on Thurs 1st June
Picture Pot, 6%, bottled April 2021; a blend of four barrels from three brews, fermented in Californian Chardonnay and Herefordshire cider barrels using our locally collected house culture of yeast and bacteria
Spectre Sister, 7.2%, bottled December 2021; a blend of four extra pale beers produced in October 2019 and October 2020
Saison Cider Cask, 5.2%, bottled March 2022; third edition, always fermented in freshly emptied cider barrels, with a mixture of our spontaneously collected house culture and any remaining lees from the cider making
Mesh, 6.5%, bottled April 2022; a blend of three dark beers produced in July 2020 and March 2021
Fresh Hop, 5.4%, bottled June 2022; made from a blend of delicately flavoured pale worts produced in March and November 2019
Stand Together Bourbon, 11%, bottled June 2022; in May 2020 we produced a pale, extra strong wort using barley and wheat malts, dextrose and aged hops were added to an extended boil
(These descriptions are the start of the beer label descriptions - more detailed info is available online)
Part of Bristol Craft Beer Festival ‘We Are Beer’ Week fringe events