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 330ml
4.9%
£ 1.90
March of the Penguins by Williams Bros Brewing
March of the Penguins by Williams Bros Brewing
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4 Stars
4 Stars
by 11 tasters Add your rating
Description

Admit it. We’ve all looked at a pint of stout and thought ‘That looks like a penguin’. It’s a fact of life. After a taste of this stout, however, you’ll be able to add ‘March of the Penguins is amazing’ to your list of life facts. Dark and creamy, smooth and chocolatey, and with an orange streak as brazen as the crest of an Emperor penguin, this stout is poles apart from the rest. Balancing rich malts with a lively hoppiness, and ending on a resonant orange note, make sure you p-p-p-pick up a penguin. - Learn more about Williams Bros Brewing

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About the makers

Williams Bros Brewing A Brotherhood of brewers, creating unique beers, enjoying life in and out of the mash tun

Williams Bros Brewing Company is a Scottish family-owned microbrewery, founded and operated by brothers Bruce and Scott Williams. It started life in a homebrew shop in Glasgow that was owned by the family, when Bruce came upon a recipe for old heather ale using fresh picked heather. After perfecting the recipe, Bruce began selling the beer and demand went through the roof. After years of success after success, the brewery is now based in Alloa, Scotland, and they aim to continue creating and sell exciting new & historical brews worldwide. View the Williams Bros Brewing page

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