Brewer’s Notes – Inbetween Days

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Inbetween Days is our latest dry hopped pale. Matt, our developmental brewer, takes the time to share a bit about the process behind the pint.


This beer takes its inspiration from American west coast style pales. The malt bill uses Munich malt and a hint (just a hint) of chocolate, which brings a little extra colour to the beer and adds a drop more complexity to the palette. It pours somewhere between golden and light amber and settles like a classic cask pint, clear and bright.

To dry hop the beer we used Chinook and Centennial, bringing classic fresh pine and grapefruit notes to the aroma, and Simcoe, providing subtle berries and the suggestion of passion fruit to back it up. We dry hopped at a relatively modest rate, placing focus on overall balance and drinkability.

To ferment the beer we used S-04 yeast, providing a clean and crisp finish and helping to marry the flavours of the hops and malt.

Available in cask only, and makes for a perfect accompaniment to a Sunday Roast with the family in the pub, or a catch up with old friends at the bar.

Check out the beer profile here.



Maris Otter, Low Colour Maris Otter, Munich, Torrefied Wheat, Chocolate, Dextrin, Oats.


Mosaic, Ekuanot (kettle); Chinook, Centennial, Simcoe (dry)



Allergens: Malted barley, Wheat, Oats (gluten)

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