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  1. Biere Scotch Silly 33cl

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    At the time of World War 1, outside of the city of Silly, a regiment of Scottish soldiers were stationed and they naturally requested a Scotch Ale from the brewery. Unfortunately, the brewers couldn't come up with the beer, because they hadn't mastered that beer style – and neither could they access the sugars necessary to brew it. A Scottish soldier called Jack Peyne helped develop this beer and, when the hostilities ended, he remained in the village, teaching the Silly brewers how to make a genuine Scotch ale. He continued working at the brewery for many years. That recipe created at the end of the First World War still stands to this day, and Kent Golding hops are still used.

    Scotch de Silly stands out with sweet aromas of toffee, brown sugar, caramel and maple syrup with hints of hazel nuts. The beer develops this very sweet taste thanks to the candy sugar it is brewed with. In the background, you get a hunch of nuttiness. A classic Scotch ale that goes well with soups and stews.

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    £2.95
  2. Biere Silly Rouge 33cl

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    Brasserie de Silly’s Silly Rouge is a fully-fledged degustation beer brewed with the same brewery’s Scotch de Silly and natural cherry juices. The overriding impression is one of sweetness, picked up by the nose as well as the tongue. The taste is dominated by cherries and the slightly sweet/sour touch in the finish comes from the cherry pips.

    This strong fruit beer with its deep red colour makes a great addition to the extensive range offered by this family brewery. 

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    £3.25
  3. Biere La Divine 33cl

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    La Divine is a beer that was created by Silly upon request. A beer distributor from Battice, in Liege, had found an old local recipe. He asked Brasserie de Silly to produce a beer from it, back in the early nineties. Silly promptly obliged.

    La Divine is a very strong amber triple, one that's smooth and easy to drink. Accessible for most beer drinkers and yet complex enough in taste and flavours to please the experts. The name ‘La Divine’ is said to refer to the divine qualities of the brew - and maybe to the ‘divine chance’ to have found that original recipe.

    On the nose, there are aromas of barley and wine and sweet candy-sugar tones, with plenty of fruitiness. The taste is slightly sweet and fruity, with just a touch of caramel. A velvety-smooth beer with a rich mouth-feel, hoppy notes and on the finish, a subtle bitterness with smoky impressions.

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    £3.40
  4. Breton Cidre, Loic Raison Doux

    The secret behind this delicious and fruity sweet cider? Showing character and freshness while still preserving its natural qualities of fruit and lightness.

    The clear orange-yellow colour makes for a mouth-watering appearance. On the palate, lively, fresh, and sweet touches work together harmoniously. Aromas of lightly stewed apples will awaken your senses and your taste buds. This Loïc Raison Doux cidre is a fantastic accompaniment to desserts and sweet pancakes.

    SUPREME CHAMPION - International Cider Challenge 2018

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    £4.50
  5. Cidre Loic Raison Brut Framboise
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    Loïc Raison have used all of their 90 years of experience making cidre to bring you their Cidre & Framboise drink. Combining their unique cidre with the sweet acidity of real raspberry juice, Loïc Raison have created a tasty, fruity, and refreshing beverage. Perfect when relaxing on a warm summers evening, but equally delicious at any time of year.

    Bronze Medal - International Cider Challenge 2018

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    £4.50
  6. Breton Cidre, Loic Raison Brut
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    Brittany’s most popular cidre, the dry Loïc Raison Brut is known for its character and freshness. Shaped by a slow and patient maturation process, Loïc Raison Brut cidre displays a perfect balance of taste and refreshment. Fat and generous on the palate, the mouth feel is both silky and robust. Its colour is golden and clear, with some yellow fruit aromas on the nose. Crisp and refreshing, this cidre goes excellently with savoury dishes such as meat, fish, and buckwheat pancakes. Learn More
    £4.50
  7. Biere Silly Saison 75cl

    The Saison (farmhouse ale) is a humble regional beer style that was brewed in the quiet winter months and satisfied the thirsts of farmers and fieldworkers out in the fields in the busy summer. 30 years ago, this style was unknown and only appreciated by older drinkers from the area where it was brewed. Now it’s really popular among beer aficionados and the Saison de Silly is considered one of the best. It stands out from the classic ‘saisons’ through its amber colour, a fruity aroma, and zesty touches, with a hint of caramel compounding its light bitterness. It’s has a unique, light taste but at the same time subtle touches of sweets and fruit. A zesty, refreshing beer that calls out for another one.

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    £5.55
  8. Cidre Fermier Normand Brut, Pacory du Domfrontais Organic
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    Cidre Fermier (farmhouse cider) by Pacory is from the heart of French cidre country. It has fine bubbles that develop to give a delicate effervescence in this golden straw coloured cider. Its nose expresses cooked fruit notes and fruits jams in an elegant way. In the mouth its frank acidity gives it a character that is both refreshing and pleasant. 

    Organic

    Bronze Medal - International Cider Challenge 2017

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  9. Cidre Poire Normand, Pacory du Domfrontais (Pear Cider)
    Pale golden, slightly hazy, with yeasty notes. Gray pears dominate the aroma, which is not overly complex, with some horse-stable notes. Light to medium bodied, nice sparkling mouth-feel. Learn More
    £6.25
  10. Biere Double Enghien Blonde 75cl

    The original Double Enghien that was brewed by Tennstedt-Decroes, in Enghien, was an amber saison. When Brasserie de Silly bought the brewery, they changed it into a straight blond beer, as they already had a saison – the Saison de Silly. Several variants of the Double have since been introduced. The top-fermented, regional style beer has spicy and hoppy aromas that strike first with a shrug of acidity on the tongue and a nice dry bitter aftertaste. It’s a well-balanced blonde beer, in which no ingredient is overpowering.

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    £6.55
  11. Biere Abbaye de Forest Metal Gift Pack 75cl

    The Abbaye de Forest tickles the taste buds with fruity impressions of raisins that culminate in a pleasantly zesty, subtly bitter finish. It’s a blonde abbey-style beer characterised by a touch of hops, a good balance of sweet and bitter flavours and a rather pronounced character. The name of the beer refers to the Benedictine Abbaye de Forest that existed from 1106 until 1764, when the abbey was destroyed by a fire. Also, there is a cheese maker from Thoricourt (a small town near to the brewery), who produces a 'beer cheese' using Silly's very-own Abbaye de Forest. Presented in a printed metal tin. Bronze Medal: Australian International Beer Awards 2009 (Abbey Style, Double and Triple category)

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    £10.15
  12. Biere Scotch Silly, Whisky Barrel Fermented 75cl

    Each year Brasserie de Silly take their famous Scotch Silly ale and ages it in a different style barrel. This years release rediscovers its roots featuring Scotch Silly aged in Scotch barrels imported from Scotland. This deep dark coloured scotch ale is a perfect blend of caramelised malt and candied sugar from the mother beer. The flavour coming from the scotch barrel produces a brew that explodes with flavour.

    Another truly memorable special release you'll kick yourself to miss.

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    £10.95
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