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 330ml
9.5%
£ 2.75
Old Greg's Barley Wine by Five Points
Old Greg's Barley Wine by Five Points
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Description

Five Points Old Greg’s Barley Wine 2016 vintage is a special edition annual beer brewed on New Years Eve. Featuring Challenger, Target and East Kent Goldings for its hop profile and brewed with British and Belgian malt, this is a sweeter barley wine with flavours of citrus marmalade and dried apricots. Old Greg’s Barley Wine is bottle-conditioned and has been ageing throughout the year. Enjoy now or stash away for further ageing in your own home. - Learn more about Five Points

Details
  • Beer Style: By Brewery
  • ABV: 9.5%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: England
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About the makers

Five Points Independent London based beer

Founded in March 2013 by Edward Mason, Hackney based Five Points Brewery brew small batch unfiltered, unpasteurized beer that's full of flavour and aims to capture the spirit of the East London area. They are a brewery who take great pride in their local community, offering apprenticeship schemes to young people of the area, as well as sourcing all their energy from 100% renewable sources and donating 5% of profits to local charities and community projects. They have a highly popular core range consisting of an IPA, a pale ale, a porter and a red rye beer. View the Five Points page

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