Brinkburn St Brewery Spring Advent Festival - beers of the festival to be announced soon!


The breweries who took part/showcased their ales include the following. The Beers of the Festival will be announced soon!


Table Beer 3.2%
Session IPA 4.0%
Vanilla Stout 4.8%
American Pale Ale 5.1%
NZ IPA 6.0%
Imperial Stout 11.1%


Self Temperation Society - 2.2%
Brewed with a specially selected yeast strain to produce a low ABV beer with a satisfying amount of body and taste. Very refreshing.

Byker Blonde - 4%
Bright citrus notes with light malt and bitterness make this an easy-drinking blonde ale for session drinkers. Hopped with US, UK and New Zealand varieties.

Byker Brown Ale - 4.8%
A balanced malty and hoppy brew with chocolate and biscuit notes leading to a subtle, hoppy finish.

Geordie Pagoda - 4.8%
A light yet robust pale ale brewed with Sorachi Ace and Azacca hops to provide a wonderfully balanced and refreshing citrus taste with a hint of coconut and herbal flavours.

Sons of Ragnor - 5.5%
A ‘session’ strength version of our popular Ragnor Lothbrok, featuring Cara Red and Crystal Rye Malts, with Amarillo and Galena hops.

Old North Road ESB - 5.5%
Brewed in collaboration with our friends at The Steam Machine Brewery, this traditional UK style using heritage malt, is tweaked with US hop varieties.

Ford Street IPA - 4.7%
A session strength version of a West Coast US-style IPA.

Hop Gremlin - 5.6%
A golden, ultra-hoppy IPA with a high IBU (55). The hops were selected for maximum tropical fruit flavours.

Mango Nipper - 6.6%
Our second collaboration beer with the brilliant Steam Machine Brewery, now re-brewed. Using four different types of mango, this is a hazy New England IPA generously dry-hopped with Citra, El Dorado, and Azacca.

House of the Rising Sun Imperial Porter - 10.2%
This special winter porter is an imperial strength version of our popular House of the Rising Sun chocolate raspberry porter.


Expedition - 3.8%
Single hopped pale ale with Cascade for a fruity, aromatic taste.

Galapagos Stout - 6%
A smooth stout with chocolate malt and oats to provide a full body.

NEIPA - 5.4%
A hazy NEIPA hopped with Idaho 7 and toasted coconut flakes.

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Tall Ship - 4.1%
A craft lager with overtones of biscuit and toffee, hopped with Czech Saaz hops.

First & Last

Red Rowan (Irish Red Ale) - 4.0%

Irish Red Ale with aromas of plum pudding and malted-milk biscuits and an intense deep red colour. Deliciously fruity, honey top notes and a warm spiced finish combine for a full-flavoured pint.

Equinox (Pale Ale) - 4.1%
A Citra hopped session pale ale – light & refreshing with low bitterness.

Mad Jack Ha' (Session IPA) - 3.8%
A crystal-clear pale ale with a Mosaic hop punch of tropical aroma and flavours.

Reiver (Bitter) - 4.2%
A full-bodied best bitter with a fruity aroma and flavour. Brewed with British malt and hops.

Stell (Stout) - 4.3%
A classic session stout made with UK hops and using 6 different malts for a complex malt backbone.

Gose'berry Jam (Gose) - 4.2%
(F&L / Stu Brew Collaboration)
Refreshing gose-style sour showcasing a blend of fresh Northumberland sloeberries with raspberries. A delicate balance of tart and sweet flavours combined with a subtle saltiness.

Flash House

Go Shorty Caramel Shortbread Stout - 4.8%

Long Way Down IPA - 6.3%

Tiny Dancer - 5.4%


M/cr Pint 4.2%
Hopped by hand with Amarillo, Ekuanot and Simcoe.

Manchester Bitter - 4.2%
Marble’s most traditional core beer. Speciality malt gives the deep golden colour and robust base, balanced by crisp bitterness and a floral, lemony aroma.


Stairway to Heathen (Pale Ale) - 4.8%
American Pale Ale.

Beaglejuice (West Coast IPA) - 5.6%
Easy drinking West Coast IPA. Brewed in memory of a wonderful furry character, Frank.

Rigg & Furrow

Farmhouse IPA - 5.4%
Our latest Farmhouse IPA was fermented with a blend of Voss and Hornindal kveik (Norwegian Farmhouse Yeast). Citra and Simcoe make up the hop bill to push us into pine and pineapple territory. A simple malt bill lets the hops and yeast shine, with a large portion of oat malt for body and mouthfeel. A juicy hop bomb!

Flag Leaf - 3.5%
Flag Leaf is a 3.5% ABV farmhouse table beer, dry hopped with Mosaic and Simcoe and fermented with farmhouse yeast. A dry and refreshing beer, with fruity flavours reminiscent of berries, watermelon and tropical fruit.

Plumage - 6.1%
Plumage is a 6.1% barrel aged sour farmhouse ale refermented on plums from trees on our farm with our house mixed culture of native Northumbrian wild yeast, brettanomyces and lactobacillus. The acidity from the plums and lacto is tempered by a sweetness from the malt and toasted oak barrels, with a subtle hint of the whisky they used to contain

Steam Machine

Broken Heart & Ticket Home (DDH Peach & Lychee Milkshake IPA) - 5.5%
(First pour at Brinkburn Festival)
A thick and silky IPA, loaded up with Amarillo and Citra hops to compliment the ridiculous amount of real peach and lychee added post-fermentation. Easy drinking and moreish! 

Magical Helicopter Tears (DDH Imperial IPA) - 9.2%
Steam Machine returns to its roots here with a big pale Imperial IPA, brewed with US Citra, NZ Moutere, and AUS Vic Secret. Aromas of tropical fruit salad, stone fruit, and soft garden fruit. Initial taste is sweet, followed by overripe mangoes, papaya, nectarines, and a touch of gooseberry, finishing extremely smooth.    

East India Porter (Simcoe & Citra Porter) - 6.4%
With inspiration from authentic recipes of the 1800s, our highly hopped East India Porter is as smooth as any dark Steam Machine beer, but topped with dank resinous Simcoe, and a little bit of tropical Citra, to add waves of delicious hop aromas, atop layers of malt complexity.

Baby Passionfruit (DDH Citra Session IPA with Passionfruit) - 3.8%
A single-hopped IPA, made with tropical Citra hops, with a large amount of a zingy fresh passionfruit puree to create a refreshing and easy drinking session IPA.

Stu Brew


Two By Two

Session IPA - 4%
Citra Loral - 5.2%

Beetlejuice Black IPA - 5.5%
A.P.A. - 5.2%

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Joseph Watson