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#Tryanuary – Frothingham Best. - Great Newsome Brewery Tryanuary

Tryanuary – Chance To Try A New Beer.

Week 3 of January and the third of our suggested Tryanuary beers, Frothingham Best. Frothingham Best is a classic best bitter in every sense of the word and we make no apologies for describing it as such. Best bitters are making a come back as a new wave of beer lovers are looking to sample this classic style.

Have you tried this exciting beer for Tryanuary?

Tryanuary – Frothingham Best.

Frothingham Best is brewed with a blend home grown pale ale, wheat and crystal malt giving the beer a beautiful amber hue. The well balanced bitterness is provided with an equal blend of Pilgrim and Northern Brewer whole hops, which are perfect match for each other. Amarillo hops are added at the end of the copper boil in the brewery, but the trick here is to add just enough to give the beer a fruity edge.

Did you know we grown our own malting?

Frothingham Best Tasting Notes.

Frothingham Best is an amber robust best bitter. Aroma of raisin fruit & hazelnut, moderately bittered with resin hop and peach fruit tones through to a sweet finish.

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Frothingham Best – World’s Best Bitter.

In 2013 Frothingham Best won the ‘World’s Best Bitter up to 5.0%’ in the World Beer Awards. It has subsequently won World Beer Awards in 2014 and 2018. In addition the Great Taste Awards have been a happy hunting ground for Frothingham Best.

Here’s a list of our awards.

Where can I find Frothingham Best beer?

Frothingham Best is available now in all good pubs and if your local pub doesn’t stock it then ask them to contact us. Frothingham Best is also available as a bottle beer from all good stockists and via our online store.

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Visiting The Pub Can Be Good For You.

On these long cold dark winter’s nights visiting the pub with friends can be a great pick me up from the January blues, Tryanuary. A recent University Of Oxford study that moderate alcohol consumption can be linked to improved well-being, due to the social interaction with friends at a local pub. Read on …….

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