Swannay Scapa Special 4.2% 9g

CASK
Swannay Scapa Special 4.2% 9g

Sku:  SwannayScapaSpecial9g
Brand:  Swannay
Cask:  9 gallon brewery cask
Returnable:  Yes
Region:  Scotland
Beer Style:  Golden Ale
ABV (%):  4.2

Your Price:  £103.69(Inc. 20% VAT)(£86.41 Exc. VAT)
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Weight:  52.80 kg

Availability:  

  

3 in stock, immediate despatch

Appearance: golden & sparkling in the glass.

Nose: hints of fruit esters and malt, with light hop notes. Also, if fresh, will have a nutty bread dough yeasty note, that disappears when well vented.

Palate: soft nutty maltiness with accessible hoppiness. The middle is balanced, leading to a long malt hop finish, which the hops eventually win. Their fresh green notes coming through with hints of fruit esters. It becomes drier and “cleaner” drinking with longer venting.

Summary: a satisfying world class pale ale, made with maris otter pale ale malt & a blend of four hops from America, Germany, New Zealand & Slovakia. Each one selected for their spiciness and aroma and all giving that certain something to back up the wholesome maltiness provided by the maris otter.

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Click & Collect: Pick up from our Elvington (YO41 4EL) depo on Monday and Friday mornings.

DPD: Cans and bottles will be posted on a next day delivery (Best endeavour basis) from £6.99 Shipping is free after £75.

Pallets: For keg, cask and heavier orders, starting from a quarter pallet for £35 can be shipped for next day delivery.

Local Home Delivery: We offer within local 'YO' postcodes home delivery available Each Friday. (Only Post Codes YO1, YO10, YO19, YO23-24, YO31, YO41-42, YO30 5, YO30 6, YO30 7, YO30 8, YO30 9, YO32, LS24, LS23, LS22)

Trade Delivery: Please see our delivery page for our trade delivery routes.

If you would like to open a trade account, please get in contact via sales@pivovar.co.uk we can then convert your registered account over to our trade pricing.

Swannay

Our brewery is located on the northwesterly tip of Orkney’s mainland, a wind-battered area known as Swannay. Brewing in a rustic farmstead we’re in a unique location: showered in spray from the Atlantic Ocean in the winter and surrounded by fertile farmland in the summer.

Once a dairy farm producing farmhouse cheese, our cluster of farm buildings is as much a labour of love as our beers. A mixture of cow sheds, barns and coldstores that used to house beasts, cheesemakers and tonnes of maturing cheese; the whole site is connected by our sheltered courtyard that you enter under the archway - the shape of which now forms part of our logo.