Tirril Brewery

KEG BEERS

Our keg bitters are gassed with nitrogen for a tight creamy head like cask ale.

Once we had developed lagers for dispense from pressurized kegs it was a natural progression to make smooth beers for drinkers who prefer a more chilled beverage and for outlets without cellars to serve cask ale from.

Scarred from the sharp fizzy keg beers of yesteryear, we carbonate our smooth beers with a carbon dioxide and nitrogen mix. This gives a more rounded, softer, smooth mouth feel and a creamy head, similar to real ale.Matching our pilsners we have bespoke chrome dispense fonts for our smooth beers as well as round and oval T-bar lenses.

In time we hope to complete our range with a stout. It will also need to be gluten-free and vegan friendly, but we are looking forward to that challenge!

Coming Soon

We are developing a 5% traditional full-bodied stout, which will be gluten-free the same as all our other products. Madagascan Vanilla is being used to smooth the harsher tones of the roasted barley. We hope to have finalised development and have the finished article available in April.

Tirril Original Bitter

ORIGINAL BITTER (3.8%)

Our traditional bitter – lightly hopped with English Fuggles and Goldings making a classic session ale. Nitrogenated for a smooth hand-pulled appearance.

Tirril Ullswater Blonde

ULLSWATER BLONDE (3.8%)

Our best selling blonde session ale is lightly hopped and very drinkable. Nitrogenated for a smooth hand-pulled appearance.

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ORIGINAL BITTER (3.8%)

Tirril Original Bitter

Our traditional best bitter – lightly hopped with English Fuggles and Goldings making a classic session ale, with a smooth hand pulled appearance.

ULLSWATER BLONDE (3.8%)

Tirril Ullswater Blonde

Our best selling blonde ale, lightly hopped and very drinkable. A great keg pale ale with, thanks to the nitrogen,  a creamy headed hand pulled appearance.