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New Electric Bear beer club subscription partners curated craft brews with tasting podcast

Bath-based indie brewery Electric Bear has launched the Bear Club; a monthly subscription of 12 curated beers, canned straight from the tank. The monthly subscription also includes exclusive access to Bear Cast, a dedicated podcast which offers tasting notes on each beer, plus a beer snack.

Priced at £40 (including delivery), the subscription pack comprises 12 440ml craft beer cans, all all vegan-friendly, unfiltered and unpasteurised. 

The pack contains 12 440ml cans, all vegan-friendly, unfiltered and unpasteurised…

So what can you expect in your curated delivery? The April subscription box includes:

2 x Werrrd! 4.2% American Pale Ale – a zippy pale, brewed with the teams’ favourite fruit-forward hops, with aromas of pink grapefruit, mango and orange rind

2x The Place Where Eve Goes To Sleep 4.8% – a malty roasty porter with a subtle hint of spice from the addition of rye malt

2x Read Between The Lines 5.5% Hoppy Kolsch – a German-style Kolsch with citrus and tropical flavours

2x 5 Steps Forward 6 Steps Back 6.5% Belgian IPA – This hybrid IPA combines the citrusy flavours of an American IPA but with malty and banana flavour typical of a Belgian IPA

1x Above The Clouds 6.2% IPA – a heady blend of American hops result in aromas of drippy sweet tangerines, gentle dank and pineapple

1x 48 Hours & Counting 13% Vanilla Imperial Stout –  two day long brewday, fermented using two different yeast strains to produce a 13% imperial stout that has finally been heavily dosed with Madagascan vanilla pods

1x Spellcheck 5.5% Voss Kveik IPA – yeast known for its fruity esters, backed up by Summit & Citra Hops, fermented at a higher temperature than usual

1 x I Bet That You Look Good On The Brew Floor 6.8% IPA – an oat heavy IPA.

Feeling thirsty? You can subscribe to the Bear Club at electricbearbrewing.com.

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