I hear you say ‘who are Badger Ales?‘ Let me introduce you to them.
Who Are BADGER ALES
Founded in 1777 by Dorset Farmer Charles Hall, Badger Ale brewers Hall & Woodhouse have an established heritage spanning generations. Hall and Woodhouse have over 200 pubs across the South of England stretching from Bristol to Exeter, London to Brighton. Badger bottled ales are an award-winning range and they can be found in leading supermarkets and off licences. Discover more about the fascinating history of Hall & Woodhouse here.
BADGER ALE COLLECTION
Drinks are an essential element of any party. Entertain the guests attending your party with some beers! Badger Ales have a great selection to choose from. There is even a discover your drink selector on the website. How cool is that? I explored the collection online and I have picked some of the beers I would love to try. I love the packaging of the bottles. They look really refreshing and appealing! You can view the entire collection here. Let me know what you like? Leave a comment down below.
Try a Frusty Ferret if you like your beer with a nutty palette with a hint of Seville Oranges….sounds delicious! Eat with smooth and creamy West Country Cheddar or indulgent pork pies and mustard.
The Poachers Choice is definitely your choice if you like a rich, smooth brew has a softly spiced sweetness with dark liquorice notes and a fruity damson aroma. Yum! Try this gutsy ruby ale a with hearty game pie or a tangy mature cheese.
Looking for something refreshing? Then the Hopping Hare is a must with a unique hoppy aroma and well-balanced bitterness that is bound to satisfy! Recommended bites are roast lamb and spicy Thai dishes!
A Leaping Legend. This is my drink of choice since I am a leaping legend, no?! Okay, that was pretty lame but this beer isn’t. This golden brew balances the citrus character of American Amarillo hops with the more traditional British Fuggles hops for a refreshing and punchy beer that goes brilliantly with Spanish-style tapas dishes.
The subtle elderflower aromas of this delicately floral brew are reminiscent of a summer’s evening. Golden Champion is a divine all-rounder. Enjoy it with chargrilled chicken and peppery rocket salad?
Like what you see? Why not visit the Hall & Woodhouse Brewery and visitor centre. It looks really impressive. I think this would be a fascinating tour considering the history of the brand. You can read more about the tour here. I am visiting Dorset in October and I am looking forward to going on this tour.
Wondering where your nearest Hall & Woodhouse pub and restaurant is located? Check out the pub locator on the website here.
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I really enjoyed researching this post and discovering more about Badger Ale and the fascinating history of Hall & Woodhouse and I hope you enjoyed it too.
I have been Fashionable Frank and you have been Fantastic,
Until Next Time,