Honey, I drank the beer…

Honey and mustard, honey and lemon, honey and cinnamon 

– there are all sorts of flavours that go together with the golden stuff but could there be any better combination than honey and beer – two mellow golden flavours just crying out to be paired together.  No, we don’t think so either, which is why from this week we’re launching a special new seasonal ale, Brewers’ Bee, on cask in all the Hall & Woodhouse houses. Brewers’ Bee is a 4.4% honey ale made using Rowse honey – one of the UK's most established honey producers with a huge range of delicious honeys. The golden tawny brew has a floral honey aroma, light hop notes and a biscuity backdrop (what’s not to like, as they say). Not surprisingly it’s created a real buzz here at Badger HQ. We suggest you get down to your nearest Hall & Woodhouse house pronto and try it out. Reminds us of our favourite Milton Jones joke:  “Got stung by a bee once - 50 quid for a jar of honey!” Happy honey ale drinking!

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Tanglefoot Toad in the Hole with Ale Gravy

A classic family favourite that's bound to impress!

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