Peasant’s Revolt


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Amber ale  500 ml ABV 4.1%

Brewed English fusion and American Brovo hops, pleasant fruit and sweet floral aroma, which slight bitter flavour notes.

A most pleasurable session ale



Essex and the Peasants Revolt, 1381

Towards the end of June 1381, around a few hundred bodies were buried in Great Burstead Churchyard, Essex. They had all been slain in the Battle of Billericay. Everyday men, farmers and workmen, had joined an uprising which had begun a month previously in Fobbing which has gone down in history as The Peasants Revolt.


Beer Nerdy stuff.

Bravo™ came to life in the early 2000’s as an open pollination super alpha variety. Bravo™ typically sits around 14-17% Alpha Acid and because of this quickly became a preferred bittering hop for both professional and home brewers. Despite its well-respected reputation as a bittering hop, Bravo™ isn’t as one-dimensional as it might seem. It also contributes fruity and floral tones that work well in IPAs, Pale Ales, and Red Ales.

Aroma: Pleasant, aromatic.
Alpha Acid: 14 to 17%
Typical Usage: Bittering – it’s a clean bittering. Smooth.
Beer Styles: American Ale and Strong German lagers.

Alpha Acids* 14.0 – 17.0 %
Beta Acids 3.0 – 5.0 %
Cohumulone 29 – 34 % of alpha acids
Total Oil 1.6 – 2.4 ml/100g
Myrcene 25 – 50 % of total oil
Humulene 18 – 20 % of total oil
Caryophyllene 10 – 12 % of total oil
Farnesene < 1 % of total oil

Info from : yakima valley hops


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