Spire Brewery

Chesterfield


~ 12 ~
Name: 80 Shilling
Percentage: 4.3%
Units: 2.4 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Deep copper coloured malty ale.
Name: Brassed Off
Percentage: 4.2%
Units: 2.4 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Special Bitter
Name: Chesterfield Best Bitter
Percentage: 4.5%
Units: 2.6 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: A smooth chestnut best bitter with a sweeter malt character, balanced by the traditional flavour of goldings hops.
Name: Coal Porter
Percentage: 3.8%
Units: 2.2 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Looking forward to this one.
Name: Dark Side of the Moon
Percentage: 4.3%
Units: 2.4 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: A dark moody ruby mild.
Name: Land of Hop and Glory
Percentage: 4.5%
Units: 2.6 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: As you would expect from a Golden Ale, Land of Hop is a light golden coloured beer with a small light coloured head. Aroma is citrusy hops, giving it a lovely lemony scent. Balanced by a floral element and a small amount of biscuity malt. Texture is slightly grainy with a decent amount of carbonation, presenting itself as a slight tingle on the tongue.
Name: Nights in White Satin
Percentage: 4.8%
Units: 2.7 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: A strong pale ale
Name: Overture
Percentage: 3.9%
Units: 2.2 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Overture is a traditional well-balanced, light amber, smooth and malty session bitter made from Pale Crystal malt and English hops.
Name: SGT. Pepper Stout
Percentage: 5.5%
Units: 3.1 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: This award-winning full-bodied stout has a lacing of ground black pepper giving a unique characteristic flavour and spicy finish on the palate.
Name: Sovereign
Percentage: 4.4%
Units: 2.5 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: Sovereign Hops
Name: Twist & Stout
Percentage: 3.8%
Units: 2.2 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: A smooth rich stout with notes of coffee and roast malt, followed by a dry finish on the palate and ample hot bitterness.
Name: Whiter shade of Pale
Percentage: 4.0%
Units: 2.3 per 568ml (Pint)
Description: This pale straw-coloured session bitter has a malty emphasis and a subtle lemon resinous hop finish. It is refreshingly smooth and a particularly satisfying ale, with it’s frothy pure-white head helped by a generous addition of wheat malt.