We are very excited to be welcoming Pomona Island Brew Co for a Meet the Brewer on 31 March at 7pm.
Nick Greenhalgh, one of the Pomona Island founders, says:
“We started this brewery in very DIY fashion in 2017.
“No money, terrible kit, the beer was okay, we put every penny back into the brewery, working second jobs and all that, cut and shut the kit and brought in more tanks.
“We’re proper excited to be coming to the Bailey Head.
“These guys love craft beer and are amazing advocates for the industry.
“In Manchester, great pubs tend to be owned by the family brewers who wouldn’t touch craft beer with a barge pole, so having such a beautiful pub serving killer beer every day is something to be cherished.”
The beer list is:
In Dreams – 4.2% modern pale (Brand new)
Poor Moon 4.5% dry hopped pale wth piney Cascade and peachy El Dorado.
Mild Peril 6% Dark Ruby Mild
You Better Go Now 4.7% Sureshot collaboration pale with Nelson Sauvin, Mosaic, Idaho 7 and El Dorado (Brand new)
Bad Sign/Good Sign 6.2% NEIPA dry hopped with Cryo Amarillo, Simcoe, HBC522 and Azacca (Brand new)
Chevron Action Flash 10% Triple NEIPA Cryo Citra, Simcoe, Sabro Strata (Untappd 4.38)
Love Tangle 7% Chocolate, Honey and Almond Stout
Jelly Jars and Bird Calls 6.5% Gose draped in Blackcurrant, Elderberry and Quince with a touch of Halen Mon sea salt. (Untappd 4.07)
Tannhäuser Gate 5.2% Helles. I’ve done things you wouldn’t believe, drank Helles Lager off the shoulder of Ryan. I watched a guy from D:Ream whitter in the dark with a can of Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in the rain… Time for beer.
Also on CASK for the event
Cloudwater X The Veil Chubbles 53°N. The Chubbles galaxy just got a little bit bigger, by welcoming its smallest member. The latest riff on Cloudwater’s much-loved collaboration with The Veil. is a DDH IPA that we hope you’ll agree is out of this world. By layering up Galaxy, Citra and El Dorado on the hot side and Citra, Enigma and Nelson Sauvin, we’ve created a mouthwatering punch bowl of succulent tropical fruits. So it fits neatly alongside its predecessors.