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30th October 2020 by Rachel Wallhouse
Northern Whisper Brewing Co. are all about inclusivity and aim to have a beer to suit all tastes. Each and every one of their beers are brewed with only the finest ingredients and they are always looking to push the boundaries of flavour. Whether you’re a hardened beer connoisseur or just looking for a good pint and a chinwag there’s a place at Northern Whisper for you!
LANX and Northern Whisper have teamed up to create “Talking Cobblers”, a 5.2% West Coast IPA, proudly made in Lancashire. The name “Talking Cobblers” was inspired by the obvious shoe connections to both LANX and Rossendale, home to the brewery. The name is also appropriate because the beer has a nice subtle kick to it.
“The yanks might be able to talk the talk but in Lancashire we know how to walk the walk. This may be an American style beer but it has all the swagger of a proper Lancashire lad/lass!”
Beers included above:
Northern Whisper/LANX, Talking Cobblers, West Coast IPA, £2.99
Northern Whisper, Beltie On Nitro, Stout, £2.99
Northern Whisper, Shoestring, Saison, £2.99
Northern Whisper, Soft Mick, Session Pale Ale, £2.99
Northern Whisper, Bocholt, Koln Style Lager, £2.39
Northern Whisper, Yammerhouse, American Pale Ale, £2.39
Northern Whisper, Chinwag, IPA, £2.49
Burnt Mill, Solar Point, Summer Pale, £3.99
Super pale and dry hopped with new Meridian hops for a tropical and berry forward backbone with distinct citrus aromas.
Burnt Mill, Galaxy & Talus, Dual Hop IPA, £4.49
Burnt Mill have paired classic and brand new hops; bringing together Galaxy & Talus to create an IPA overflowing with citrus, peach, pine and passionfruit.
BBNO.11, Session IPA Mosaic, £2.99
All the hop character of an IPA in a low ABV beer. Mosaic hops take centre stage in this recipe. Perfect to fill your fridge!
Manchester Marble Brewery, ALF, Hazy Pale, £4.00
ALF is a New England style hazy IPA. Estery Vermont yeast accentuates the stone fruit and tropical fruit character brought by a heavy dry-hop of Mosaic, Enigma and Denali.
Lost and Grounded, Autumn Protagonist, Best Bitter Ale, £2.99
Drawing inspiration from the change of season where the days draw shorter and leaves turn golden brown, this Bitter is a warm welcome to Autumn. Biscuity, light-amber, piney and citrusy.
Northern Monk Patrons, Homebrew Heroes, English Red IPA, £4.49
Carared sits alongside light and dark crystal malts to give the beer a deep ruby hue, and a rich sweet caramel flavour. The addition of wheat and Munich malts contribute to produce a full-bodied beer which is rounded out with British hops.