Newbarns Table Beer 3% 30L (Keg-Star)

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Newbarns Table Beer 3% 30L (Keg-Star)

Sku:  NewbarnsTableBeer30L
Producer:  Newbarns
Keg Type:  30 litres Keg Star
Keg Connector:  Sankey (UK)
Returnable:  No
Region:  Scotland
Beer Style:  Table Beer
ABV (%):  3.0

Your Price:  £130.43(Inc. 20% VAT)(£108.69 Exc. VAT)
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Weight:  41.50 kg

Availability:  

  

1 in stock, immediate despatch

Our core-range Table Beer. Inspired by Scottish brewing heritage our Table Beer is made with pale Golden Promise malt and a significant proportion of oats, both malted and unmalted. Fermented using a clean ale yeast, and hopped with a rotating hop bill

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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)

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.

Newbarns

In 2012, we (Gordon and Emma) moved down to London from the east coast of Scotland. The initial plan wasn’t to become brewers, but not long after moving down there we both found ourselves working at two great breweries. Gordon began working at Siren Craft Brew when they opened in 2013 while Emma found herself at The Kernel Brewery in early 2014. A few years later, Gordon then came to join the team at The Kernel. We met Freddie in 2012 just before he began working for Beavertown Brewery. And Jonny? No idea. Can’t remember. He just turned up at the pub one day and we hit it off immediately. He also worked at Beavertown, looking after the Tempus Project. During our time in London, we made friends with many lovely people in the industry who we can still call very close friends of ours. It had always been an idea that we’d like to open our own brewery one day. So in 2018 we decided it was time to get a move on and by 2019 the four of us moved up to Edinburgh to start Newbarns Brewery. You can keep track of our progress on our Instagram and Facebook page, or you can sign up to our newsletter.