Vale Inn | Bollington Brewing Co. Ltdhttp://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htmThe Vale Inn's very own brewery, 150 yards from the pub with all beers brewed by Kym Wainwright brother of the Lee the owner of the Vale. en-gb GMThttp://www.rssboard.org/rss-2-0-10Bollington Best, 4.2% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Champion Beer of Cheshire 2009 Formerly First Brew this is a our first ale and still the most popular. A delightfully hoppy bitter. Clean & crisp with a light golden colour and a refreshing bitter aftertaste. This IS the best pint in Bollington!! http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1259Bollington Nights, 3.9% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Won the Mild category at the Sheffield Steel City beer festival 2009 and also took Bronze in the overall competition. A very dark beer, but not too heavy, just what we like at the Vale. This is a smooth traditional dark ale with a light flavour and aroma, but a definite bitterness. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1260Chilli Brew, 4.0% (Bollington Brewing Co.)No flavourings or syrups are used in this beer, just hot chillies. Although the beer has a warming after taste it has an initial mild taste and that also makes it a good drinking beer, as well as the chilli it also has a slight background hoppiness. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1261Dinner Ale, 4.3% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Deep copper coloured beer with a fresh slightly fruity nose, a traditional style bitter with a dry hoppy finish. The name comes from a beer formerly brewed by Heaver Brothers the last brewery before us 80 years ago in Bollington. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1262Fright Nights, 4.0% (Bollington Brewing Co.)A spooky brew. Well actually its a very deep red with a combination of hops to create an interesting flavour, not tto sweet. For a 4% beer it's full of body and had good lingering after taste. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1263Ginger Brew, 4.0% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Our first attempt at something different. A classic ginger bitter, dark golden hoppy bitter flavour, a smooth taste with fresh root ginger added at the end. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1264Gristone Ale, 3.8% (Bollington Brewing Co.)A great sandy coloured walking bitterhttp://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1340Happy Valley, 4.0% (Bollington Brewing Co.)A creamy golden fresh session bitter with a clean after taste and good body. Happy Valley is the name Bollington is known by its residents. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1265Long Hop, 3.9% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Our cricket theme bitter is still one of our most popular. Pale, hoppy and sweethttp://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1337Oat Mill Stout, 5.0% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Second in the Champion Beer of Cheshire 2009. An Oatmeal Stout with a twist. A hoppy bitter taste keeps the sweetness in check and allows for a great dark beer. Bollington is know for it's Mills and Oat Mill Stout has a great ring to it! http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1266White Nancy, 3.6% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Won the 'Best Bitter' category at the Sheffield Steel City beer festival 2009 and also took Silver in the overall competition.Very pale light bitter with a good hoppiness and light body. White Nancy is the famous folly on top of the Kerridge Ridge which overlooks Bollington. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1267Winter Reserve, 4.6% (Bollington Brewing Co.)Golden Brown colour with winter fruits, a very warming smooth bitter and easy drinking despite its strength. http://valeinn.co.uk/drinks/bollington-brewing-co-ltd.htm#drink_1189