Hello Wild! How does it feel to be returning to your spiritual tent home as sponsors of IMBC 18? Your setup out there has gone from strength to strength these past two years. Can you let us know what drinkers can expect this year? Will there be cheese?
We launched our first ever beer at IndyMan, so it has a special place to us, encouraging us that we were doing the right thing. Cheese is in our DNA as we are based on a dairy farm producing some of the best cheddar in the world…Cheese and tunes will definitely be back this year.
Your “Barrel Library” at Wild Beer is a thing to behold! Can you tell people who haven’t visited your brewery about the extent of that setup? As an outsider it is dizzying but there is obvious order to the cataloguing.
We have over 600 barrels in a temperature controlled cellar ageing beers back to 2014…which is quite a growth from the original 2 we started the brewery with.
We would love to tell you more, however this is a beer you need to come and taste for the first time at the festival (Ed: please sir)
Friends, great beer and cheese.
Being in the middle of Somerset is wonderful, challenging, quiet and very different to the hubbub of modern life.
Foeder fermented beers. We have worked with some fantastic breweries including Loverbier, Alesong and Lindheim over the last 18months with those beers coming towards their release dates over the coming months.
Lastly, where should IMBC goers head when in the city when they’re not at Victoria Baths?
Manchester is blessed with many great bars. We always love a visit to Port Street and will make a visit to Cottonopolis for some great food.