Hi, we are Moseley Beer Company. Most of our beers are vegan, except for the Mariana which has honey in it. We are a bunch of homebrewers from Moseley who are setting out to go professional. We sell bottles to trade in a few places, Cherry Red’s, Drinksville, Stirchley Wines, Centrala, The Wolf, Connollys Wine etc…
Yeah yeah yeah, anyway enough about that, have a go on my game about the Super Ape bringing beer to the Moslefarians. If you can screenshot a score of 5000 or more and send to email@example.com I will give you a beer. (One per person.)
Moseley Pale Ale – 5% The finest Maris Otter malted barley combined with the best hops, American, British, New Zealandish, Japanese hops, lots of hops. This is the beer of no set recipe, forever changing, forever unique, always a bold explosion of fruit flavours and brash bitterness. Tastes of – this and that. Best drunk – with a Sparkbrook Balti.
Sightseer Wheat Beer – 4.5% A beer midway between a German Wit-Beir and an American IPA. Bright and hoppy, light and refreshing, perfect for sunny days and long summer evenings. Wheat malt for a mighty head and a large dose of American hops for a lovely citrus aftertaste. Tastes of – peach, mango and Sugarpuffs. Best drunk – on a long summer sunday afternoon, cricket watching optional. Pairs well with salads, roast chicken and fish.
Mariana Porter – 8% A dark and roasty porter with a sweet honey kick, based on a Victorian recipe. Layers of flavour reveal themselves as you descend to the murky depths of your pint. A gnarly old beer. Brewed with traditional English brown malt and Fuggles hops. Tastes of – whiskey, honey and crusty brown bread. Best drunk – on autumnal evenings, with strong cheeses or barbecued food. Great for dipping malted milk biscuits.
Iron Man Stout – 9% Looming over blasted ramshackle chasms of post industrial brick, behold The Iron Man, Is he alive or is he dead? Has he thoughts within his head? This is the ultimate Imperial Stout, a thick oily beer as black as the void within his iron shell. Tastes of – coffee, Hamlet cigars, iron oxide and Blackjacks. Best drunk – staring across a field of your vanquished foes.
A lovely english bitter, as traditional as a bag of fish and chips covered in vinegar and curry sauce. The venerable fuggles hops keep things nostalgically warm and fuzzy, while the brambling cross hops burst with rambling blackcurrent and berry flavours.
A mighty wheat pale ale. A beastly creation, striding through the nation. 53/47% barley/wheat malt mix. Sturdy cascade and centennial hops for bittering. Kiwi wai – iti for a wild peach/melon aroma, and dry hopped with east kent goldings, for a final hairy hug.