The Ring Of Bells Pub and Restaurant Taunton Somerset
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Welcome to The Ring Of Bells Pub
We have brought an out of Town Pub into the centre of Taunton.
Beer Festival 6th, 7th & 9th November

1. Colonel's Whiskers 4.3% Batemens Brewery, Skegness.

Brimming with fruity flavours & nutty overtones from the charred black Yorkshire malt.

2. Punter 4% Upham Brewery, Hampshire.

Refreshing buttnerss, balanced maltiness & distinct dry fruitness, reminiscent of gooseberries.

3. Ram Raddle 4% Kingstone Farm Brewery, Blandford Forum.

Mid brown & traditional beer with a reasonable bitterness & burnt caramel aftertaste.

4. Robin Hood 4% Springhead Brewery, Nottinghamshire.

A dark traditional bitter with good head and plenty of hops.

5.  Liberation 4% Liberation Brewery, Jersey.

Golden beer brewed with maris otter & larger malts with golding, syrian & hallertau hops.

6. Mosiac Gold 4.2% Coastal Brewery, Redruth.

A hoppy golden ale with some fruit & tropical fruit notes coming through.

7. Plastered Pheasant 4.8% Quantock Brewery, Somerset.

A rich, dark, amber beer that has a fruity aroma with smooth coffee & toffee flavour.

8. Harvest home 4.6% Kingstone Farm brewery, Blandford forum.

Bronze and malty

9.Flying Tonight 4.5% Burton Bridge, Staffordshire.

This beer has a hint of sweetness & rich fruit aroma, one to warm the cockles.

10. Twelve Apostles 5% bristol Beer factory,  Bristol.

The Austrailian hops, galaxy, ella and enigma give this ale a citrus & pssionfruit aromas

11. Hop 4.1% First Chop brewery, Salford.

This is a glluten free beer, containing 4 varieties of hops from the USA making it a session IPA style beer.

12. Kipling 5.2% Thornbridge Brewery, Derbyshire.

This ale has a great grassy note with kiwi fruit flavours as a bitter finish.

13. King Arthur 4.3% Derventio Brewery, Derbyshire.

Traditional brown ale with sweet biscuit & malt flavours and a smooth finish.

14. Kush Kingdom 5% Tapstone Brewing Co, Somerset.

Seven malts are blended to get a sun-kissed colour & eight hops give this a fruit citrus flavours leaving a resiny mouthfeel.

On the craft beer pumps:

1. Somerset Wild 5% Wild Beer, Somerset.

Fermented with a locally harvest culture of yeast & bacteria from the orchards that somerset is famous for, making it a unique sour beer.

2. Sleeping Lemons 3.6% Wild Beer, Somerset

The lemons are preserved in salt & lemon juice, ready to brew this refeshing, zesty special.

 

 

 

 


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