So Many Different Worlds is an exciting new take on Southwold Bitter brewed in collaboration with Cloudwater brew company.
What's the story?
Adnams Head Brewer, Fergus Fitzgerald explains:
“Cloudwater is a fantastic brewery based in Manchester. They have been brewing some beautiful, modern, hop-forward beers over the past 4 ½ years. As well as making great beer, they are also as passionate about doing things right for everyone associated with the brewery, so for me it was a real pleasure to brew a beer with them and show them around Southwold.
Our Southwold Bitter is a classic of its style, much loved by many. We’ve called our Southwold Bitter a few different things over the last 15 years, from Best Bitter, to The Bitter and now Southwold Bitter, but it
We’ve kept some of the core elements of the beer - the basic structure, the abv, bitterness, and the Adnams house yeast - have not changed at all, but we’ve played with
The name 'So Many Different Worlds' aims to show that there are many styles and perceptions of styles around. Beer lovers may dismiss certain styles as not being 'their thing'
Style: Modern English Pale Ale
Tasting notes: So Many Different Worlds retains Adnams Southwold Bitter's classic copper hue, and instead of the earthy, spicy aromas we see in Southwold Bitter we have citrus, a slightly floral note and a little pine from the New Zealand Cascade and the American Centennial hops. The malts give a good bready fullness and the Adnams house yeast does its magic by bringing it all together.
Available in: Cask in selected pubs now and 330ml cans from late July.
Allergens: Contains barley and wheat (Gluten)
Malts: Pale ale, Vienna, Caramalt, Wheat
Hops: First Gold, Centennial and New Zealand Cascade (Taiheke).