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Wednesday 18th October


Whiplash Tote Bag

Little Leeds presents Whiplash Brewery, a fantastic new gypsy brewery from Ireland. Come and meet the guys; Alex and Alan, and sample their wares. There’s even a free tote bag when you buy four or more cans to take away!

Roll Over Session IPA

Beer List

Rollover – 3.8% – NEIPA – Same hop rate of the DIPA, less than half the alcohol. A very heavily hopped Session IPA: this comes at you with buckets of Simcoe, Equinox, Citra and Mosaic with a light touch of malts and an easy crushable body. A New England Session IPA

Body Riddle – 4.5% – Pale Ale – Pale Ale with Lemondrop, Galaxy, Simcoe and Ekuanot hops.

Fantasm – 5.5% – Extra Pale Ale (Kolsch Yeast)

Let It Happen – 8% – DIPA – A deliciously smooth and juicy Citra DIPA. Open a can and let it happen

Here’s a little more about them as a team:

Alex Lawes – Founder, Owner, Brewer

Alan Wolfe – Founder, Partner, Facilitator

“Alex Lawes began brewing at home and over the years has accumulated some of the highest homebrew scores in Ireland for his award winning beers. Taking the step into professional brewing he released his first beers for both Brewtonic and Otterbank before helping commission Ireland’s first fully manufactured, high specification brewhouse built in over 100 years at Rye River Brewing Company where he currently works proudly as its Head Brewer. Being long talked about and long on the cards – Alex wanted to share his beers, designs and ideas in his own gypsy project that would allow him to get his beer to market. In an unusual move, his boss supported it completely, wanted to help and very much wanted to drink said beers. So the two got together to form Whiplash as its own brewing company independent of their day job with Alex making the beer and Alan getting it to your glass. Alex plans and brews the beers, designs the labels with artists and sources all the materials. Alan gets the labels printed, the bottles ordered, finds the tank space, a space on the shelf for the finished product and kicks back with the first beer off the line every time. ”

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