"Deya" a different kind of brewery
This week we have managed to procure some of the rarest beers in the UK. The brewery is called Deya and they are based in Cheltenham. There are so many breweries at the moment - what marks Deya out?
For me it's balance. Their beers are of the hazy and hoppy style but there are no off-flavours, no crazy bitterness, there is a real art to getting a very hoppy punchy beer to stay balanced and I think that they are one of the best at it.
My only criticism is they are just a little to easy to drink!
We have managed to secure a case of two pale ales - their signature pale ale (perhaps the best pale ale in the UK) Steady Rolling Man and the one-off Sometimes. You can buy them individually or in a two-pack for a slightly better price. Cheers!
These beers are unfiltered, unpasteurized and suitable for vegans, they are naturally hazy as a result of recipe and process decisions.
Steady Rolling Man Pale Ale 500ml Can: £4
Incredibly soft and delicate with intense tropical fruit hop aromatics and saturation, this is our vision of the perfect pale ale.
Signature Pale Ale
Sometimes 4.8% is a crisp yet juicy pale ale utilising Idaho 7, Simcoe and Bru-1 hops!
Sometimes Pale Ale 500ml Can: £3.50
Both - £7