Brewing company to make donations from Beast from the Yeast profits

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Derby Brewing Company venues will be donating a portion of the profits from every pint of Beast from the Yeast sold to East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Head Brewer Andy is passionate about pushing the boundaries of brewing and experimenting with flavours and strengths, and this week he has been crafting the company’s strongest beer yet: a 6.2% beast of an IPA. Using Citra, Chinook and Simcoe hops this brew has low bitterness and high flavour. Citrus and tropical fruit bursts make it decidedly drinkable, and the ABV will knock your woolly socks off.

It’s still in the fermenters at the moment but soon will be launched in cask in all DBC venues – The Tap, The Greyhound, The Queen’s Head and The Kedleston – and also available to stockists across the country.

The recent weather conditions have also had serious consequences, cutting off many rural communities and leaving travellers stranded. Emergency services have worked tirelessly in extreme environments to get help to those in need. As a gesture of thanks for their dedication all DBC owned venues will be donating a portion of the profits from every pint sold of Beast from the Yeast to East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Derby Brewing Company said: “We raise a glass to our emergency services, the real heroes of the ‘Beast from the East’.”