The Real Ale Shop

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The Real Ale Shop

Postby TudorRose » Sat Dec 17, 2011 9:25 pm

The Real Ale Shop is a unique off-licence near Wells-next-the-Sea offering a wonderful collection of over 50 naturally bottle conditioned ales from 15 Norfolk Brewers.

The shop is located in the beautiful rural setting of a classic North Norfolk amlting barley farm, which supplies the brewers with much of their malt. These fine ales can therefore be traced right back to their roots on the farm. Discover this region's great malting barley heritage and the outstanding ales it produces.

Branthill Farm enjoys a special coastal climate, which helps extend the natural ripening process, giving the malt that superior quality for these superb beers.

Bottle conditioned ales have a fresher flavour, full of character due to their live natural fermentation.

An ale for every occasion from a bottle to an 18 pint beer box.

The Real Ale Shop
Branthill Farm
Wells-next-the-Sea
Norfolk NR23 1SB

Tel: 01328 710810

www.therealaleshop.co.uk/norfolk

Opening Times

Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 6pm
(Winter 10am - 4pm)
Sundays Noon till 4pm
Closed Mondays Except Bank Holiday and High Season

Might be worth a look for a late Christmas Present! :D
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Re: The Real Ale Shop

Postby roya » Sun Dec 18, 2011 4:02 pm

MR Nog,

we have the most esteemd and possibly largest Beer Shop in ,
GT Britain just down the A10 at Setch,

12 miles from us ,
and they sell lots of Lagers as well from all over the world,
will leave you to google it and put the link on,

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Re: The Real Ale Shop

Postby SteveO » Sun Dec 18, 2011 5:36 pm

I wonder what is so bad about living in the Kings Lynn area that makes it necessary to have not one, but two large real ale outlets to keep people there.

Must be something to do with the neighbours.
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Re: The Real Ale Shop

Postby roya » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:42 pm

MR O ,
i heard that pardon,

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Re: The Real Ale Shop

Postby roya » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:57 pm

MR Nog
next year why dont you and the Nogess,get the train to Lynn,


i can pick you up,

then after a most splendid night or two in our spare bedroom,i can tootle you down to Setch,

i bet there are beers there even you have not heard of .

this will of course involve a bit of drinky pooing at our local Sandringham club but Gill dont drink so we are good to go mate .
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Re: The Real Ale Shop

Postby roya » Tue Dec 20, 2011 2:10 pm

Mr Nog ,
you will be most welcome to stay with us ,and peruse the Beer Shop,

and in answer to your question perhaps ;)

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Re: The Real Ale Shop

Postby TudorRose » Fri Dec 23, 2011 8:49 pm

Thought that one might catch your eye Howard. ;)

Was lovely to meet up with you and Linda at The Malsters a few weeks ago. .ph.

Have a Brilliant Christmas and We hope to catch up with you in the New Year .k. .k. .k.
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