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Branscombe Vale Brewery, Great Seaside Farm, Branscombe, Seaton, EX12 3DP


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Branscombe Brewery's Mild wins silver at the Great British Beer Festival.

In theory, the country's second best Mild is made in a barn, next to the sea, deep in rural Devon. who'd of thought that was possible

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Last year the Branscombe Vale Brewery invested in its own bottling plant and now bottles five living beers. Look out for two new bottled beers launched in Autumn 2012, with the ever popular draught Beers Branoc (3.8%), and Summa That (5.0%) joining Draymans (4.2%), Coopers (4.8%) and Brewers Preferred (6.0%) on the shelves of off licenses and farm shops near you.

Branscombe Vale Drayman's Best Bitter

A very brown best bitter, with dry malt tones, the kind of best bitter that's hard to find these days due to the propensity for UK breweries to produce Brewers Gold/Hophead/JHB clones. Some dry malt/golden syrup/malt loaf, but not heavy either. A best bitter. Bottle conditioned.

ABV: 4.2%

Bottle Size: 500ml

Branscombe Vale Cooper's Dark Mellow

A beautifully smooth bottle conditioned beer, made with crystal clear Branscombe spring water.

ABV: 4.8%

Bottle Size: 500ml

Branscombe Vale Brewer's Preferred

Specially selected by the brewers for its supreme character and quality, this full and rich bottle conditioned porter is made with crystal clear Branscombe spring water.

ABV: 6%

Bottle Size: 500ml

Branscombe Vale Branoc Traditional Ale

A fruity, amber bottle conditioned ale.

ABV: 3.8%

Bottle Size: 500ml

Branscombe Vale Summa That Pale Ale

A bright and fresh bottle conditioned ale

ABV: 5%

Bottle Size: 500ml

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