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Thanks to @CarlDurose @StirchleyWines on Twitter.
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Ampleforth Abbey Beer
Per case of 12 x 33cl bottles
In 1608 a community of Benedictine monks fled England for the safety of France. Determined to make a living for themselves, they began brewing their native beer- la biere anglaise. It was made with hops and barley, then double fermented for strength and a ’champagne-like’ sparkle. In 1793, escaping the French Revolution, they fled back to England and eventually settled in at Ampleforth in 1802, and built the Abbey. And today the beer, to the same recipe, is being brewed and poured again.
The cost is £36 per case of 12 33cl bottles, plus postage and packaging* and the maximum reservation per person is 4 cases. The beer will be dispatched to you from the end of June onwards
To pre-order online you need to login here using the ID and password you received, then click on the blue ’Ampleforth Beer’ link in the menu on the left.
Please call 01439 766085 to discuss overseas postage options, or to make arrangements for collection from Ampleforth and so avoid carriage costs.
*approx £15 for one case delivered to the UK.
This product is only available to registered customers