Craft breweries in Wales

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Craft breweries in Wales

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Imperial Chocolate and Raisin Stout
Imperial Chocolate and Raisin Stout Zoo Brew Pale Ale | 11%
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Dreigiau’r Diafol / Diablo Dragons
Dreigiau’r Diafol / Diablo Dragons Bragdy Twt Lol New Zealand Pale Ale | 5.5%
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Clutch Freetime IPA | 5.4%
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Welsh Cake Stout
Welsh Cake Stout Glamorgan Brewing Co Stout | 4.3%
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Golden Goat
Golden Goat Little Goat Brewery Golden Ale | 4.3%
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Bonfire Stout
Bonfire Stout Drop Bear Beers AF Stout | 0.5%
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New World Lager
New World Lager Drop Bear Beers AF IPL | 0.5%
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Tropical IPA
Tropical IPA Drop Bear Beers AF IPA | 0.3%
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Yuzu Pale Ale
Yuzu Pale Ale Drop Bear Beers AF Pale Ale | 0.4%
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Gwydion Bragdy Lleu Traditional Welsh Ale | 4.7%
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Bendigeidfran Bragdy Lleu Welsh Red IPA | 5%
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Blodeuwedd Bragdy Lleu Welsh Golden Ale | 3.6%
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Lleu Bragdy Lleu Welsh Amber Ale | 4.0%
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Craft Breweries in Wales dot its green landscape, from it's World Heritage beaches, rolling countrysides, and mountainous heartlands, you'll find a welsh craft brewery using the finest local ingredients and championing the local culture.


The independence of creating that magical Welsh Ale dates much further than the naughties, in fact there are many historical references to Welsh Ale, or bragawd, a honey based drink, more akin to mead than today’s beer, as a sought after commodity. It was brewed by monks in Tintern Abbey, perhaps even gracing the famous Cauldron of Ceridwen as hinted in the tales of Taliesin. The recipe for Guinness is even controversially claimed to be Welsh, borrowed from a Welshman in Pembrokeshire, and for the sake of not stirring the pot of controversy no more will be said about it. 


Each area of Wales has its distinctive taste, from its capitol, Cardiff, the “cymoedd”, the South Wales Valleys, the south western cities of Swansea and Carmerthen to the tips of the Gower and Pembrokeshire, St Davids up to Aberystwyth, the historic seat of Owain Glyndwr in Machynlleth, following the Wales Coast Path as it winds North to Caernarfon and Bangor, gracing the shores of Anglesey, touching Beaumaris and back through the Welsh countryside of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons.


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