Nr Alton, Hampshire
The Triple FFF Brewing Company is based nr Alton in Hamshire and started brewing in 1997.
The beer names came from song titles of many of the 60s rock icons, Van Morrison, Led Zeppelin and Cream with Moondance (4.2%ABV), Stairway (4.6%ABV) and the Pressed Rat and Warthog (3.8%ABV). The psychedelic 60s did not spawn a song called Alton Pride (3.8%ABV) but that joined the lyrical portfolio and is our number one seller following its success at 2008’s Great British Beer Festival having been voted Supreme Champion Beer of Britain.
See below for the range of award-winning beers brewed by the Triple FFF Brewing Company, tasting notes and information on each beer:
A traditional amber bitter brewed using water from the Hampshire chalk hills. Full and clean tasting, initially malty then citrus fruit and resinous hop build to a quenching bitter
"Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2008"
Amber coloured best bitter with copious amounts of Cascade hops. Wonderfully aromatic floral nose balanced by a gentle bitterness with a hint of sweetness.
Complex mild, traditioanl ale, Ruby coloured, roast malt aroma with hints of blackcurrant and plum leads to a soft yet full roast flavour, fruit and malt vying with the rounded hoppy bittersweet finish.
A Strong winter warmer. Deep amber strong ale not for the faint hearted. A blend of malt and hops that give a mouth-watering hop aroma, smooth and warming malt flavours with a deep, spicy hop finish.
A rich, powerful, very well balanced porter. 4 types of malt give a complex coffee and chocolate flavour, which leads to a slightly smoky, dry roasted bitter finish.
The aroma of black forest gateaux greets you as you start to drink. Chocolate and velvety on the palette with a teasingly tart finish from the cherries.
A soft refreshing bitter with American Cluster hops to wake up your taste buds. Initial summer fruit flavours recede to hints of blackcurrant w ith a gentle bitterness.
Maris otter and caragold malts showcasing Warrior, Centennial and Columbus all American hops. Bags of citrus fruits that finish spicy and bitter, with sweet malt and hints of biscuit and toffee to offset the huge hoppy assault on the taste buds. A full on dry hopped American pale ale.
An IPA of quaffable strength, copper coloured and single hopped with Citra hops. Aromatic grapefruit and pine aroma with some sweet malt followed by the flavour of pineapple more grapefruit and tropical fruits. Big and pungent with a robust bitterness.
Pale amber ale, fruit gums aroma, on the palate a complex bittersweet mixture of malt, hops and bitter fruit, satisfying and full bodied. Well balanced with a long, hoppy finish.
A Red ale. The inviting floral and spice aroma pulls you into the glass; dive into passion fruit, apricot and orange flavours with sweet toffee malt. Waves of fruit flavours crash over your tongue leaving you refreshed and wide eyed.
Fresh pine hop aroma then with complex malt palate typical of an IPA, then come the subtle hints of dark chocolate and burnt toast to give the game away. This is not a heavy beer, but smooth and incredibly drinkable.
An Extra Special Bitter from yesteryear. A complex blend of 5 different malts with East Kent Goldings and Progress hops both in the copper and dry hopped. A delicate spicy aroma, slightly floral yet not so much as to overpower the delicious aromatic malty notes. Gently bitter mouth filling malt with the classic Goldings finish.
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