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Unfiltered. Hazy. Murky. They might describe the look, but they don’t really describe what we’ve achieved.
We prefer DUTTY.
Clean it ain’t, but that’s no bad thing. In fact it’s very, very good. We’ve retained more flavour and a silky smooth texture in this Vermont style IPA, and made sure it’s one you can enjoy time and time again by keeping the ABV nice and low.
A mild bitterness and a big juicy blast, refresh with Dutty!
If you think Wales’ rebellions have all ended in failure, you haven’t heard of Tiny Rebel.
As much as Wales is stereotypically known for its sheep, leeks, dragons and daffodils, the country’s history is also rife with rebels. Take Owain Glynd?r, the last native Welshman to hold the title of Prince of Wales, who in the early 1400s led an unsuccessful rebellion against the English rule of his homeland. Then there’s Dai The Singer, a poet who was deported to Australia for his role in the Rebecca Riots of the 1830s. And you can’t forget Morgan the Rebel, who waged war against the Lords of Glamorgan in the 1200s, but ultimately submitted to King Edward I. In more recent years however, Wales has given rise to a couple of Newport based brewers who are leading a rebellion of their own against average beer.
Gareth ‘Gazz’ Williams and his brother-in-law, Bradley Cummings, are undoubtedly the craft beer kings of Cymru. Two years in a row they have been awarded the accolade of Beer of Wales and their brewery, Tiny Rebel, is leading a Welsh revolution.
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