Liste des produits par marque Mills Brewing

  • Mills Clomp

    18,16 €

    "The second edition of our dry-hopped red beer, Clomp. This blend was made from two brews produced in May 2019 and June 2020. Fermentation took place in red Bordeaux barrels for three and two years respectively. The rich red beer benefitted from a fairly long time in barrel to build the acidity and tannin required to balance the sweetness of the malts. To enhance the bright fruit aromatics present in the base beer, the finished blend was dry-hopped with whole-leaf US grown Chinook, from the latest harvest. The finished beer conditioned in bottle for a (relatively) brief four months before release, to allow enjoyment of the fresh the hop aromatics. As with all our dry-hopped beers, these aromatics will evolve quite dramatically over time."

  • Mills Glass

    17,34 €

    "Glass is our series of beers characterised by a delicate minerally flavour, fresh kettle-hop aroma, and the addition of sea salt in the blending tank. This is our third iteration. In February, April and August 2020 we produced extra pale, minerally worts, with fresh East Kent Goldings hops. The fresh hops add wonderful aromatics (quite distinct from dry hop character) as well as acting to restrain the acidity produced in the wild fermentation. We made a blend from the four most delicate tasting barrels and added a touch of Cornish sea salt into the blending tank to give a crisp finish."

  • Mills Running Beer - Blend...

    18,81 €

    "Running Beer is the first beer we designed for Mills Brewing. It is the purest distillation of how we make beer. This is blend eight. We still have no set recipe for Running Beer, but blend to a similar flavour profile each time. We produce a variety of worts and welcome the natural variation we are given by the barrels. This beer is a blend of four brews produced in November 2018, January/March 2019 and May 2020. The worts were made using malted rye and aged hops. They fermented and matured in a mixture of oak barrels previously used by French Burgundy wine and American Bourbon whiskey producers for an average of thirty months. The bottles were then left to condition for a further four months before release."

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  • Mills Spectre Sister

    19,51 €
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  • Mills Still

    21,41 €

    "Still is a single barrel bottling of four year old beer, brewed in March 2018. We have been hoping to find a barrel that would have enough character and bite to exist without the need for carbonation. The wort was made using a turbid mash and underwent an extended boil with large quantities of aged hops. After two nights in our coolship, the wort was transferred to a single 500 litre barrel for four years of fermentation and maturation. The resulting beer was bottled still, without the addition of sugar to produce a refermentation. It has a significant richness for the abv, balanced by a striking hop bitterness, and lingering tannin from the four years in oak."

  • Mills Thirteenth Fire

    20,60 €
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    "We love making drinks with cider and perry maker Tom Oliver. By our count, this is our 9th collaboration, with a couple more never seeing the light of day and another in progress. Thirteenth Fire was made from an extra strong wort, drawn from a mash of barley and wheat malts, with added cane sugar. This recipe is similar to that used for a Belgian Golden Strong Ale. It was fermented spontaneously in first-use Irish Whiskey barrels for 7 months, with an equal proportion of traditional cider apple juice. The majority of the juice blend was made from Michelin, with small amounts of Sheep's Nose and Foxwhelp."

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  • Mills Vienna

    18,81 €

    "Vienna is a single barrel bottling made from one brew in May 2019. It struck us as perfectly balanced for a single barrel (very few are), with both enticing aromatics and easy drinkability. Far too nuanced to potentially be lost in a blend. We made a turbid wort with Vienna malt, rye and raw barley. Solevian hops, both aged and fresh, were added during the boil. Fermentation and maturation took place in a well travelled 500 litre butt which was previously used for sherry, Scotch whisky and Herefordshire cider. The beer was bottled after 30 months in barrel, then conditioned slowly over winter."

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