Deya have brought you two single hop mosaic IPA's. A lean, house favourite grain bill and cooler than usual fermentation lets the Mosaic really sing! Compare and contrast Yolo with Tengo! One has T90 Mosaic hops, one has Mosaic Cryo hops but which way round is it!?
âWe are not sure on where the names came from but the Spanish meaning is "I Have It" . There'a also two bands one from Aberdeen "Yolo Tengo" and the famous one "Yo La Tengo" . Which do you prefer?
The UK is around the 25 in the world beer consumption charts. The Czech republic generally tops the charts.
We are position 19 in alcohol consumption in general. Whilst Lithuania tops those charts for pure alcohol.
The average Brit gets drunk once a week.
1. Better Taste
Craft beer has a richer and more distinct taste than watery mass produced beer. Most craft brewers are passionate about the taste and flavour of their beer. So they invest the time and energy required to maintain or improve the quality of the beer instead of concentrating on huge marketing campaigns.
2. Greater Variety
Craft beer gives you more choices than the common larger beers sold by major brewers. There are thousands of delicious craft beers with every craft brewery striving to create a unique blend of ingredients to give you a beer you can talk about.
3. Health Benefits
Craft beer offers some important health benefits because it contains antioxidants, protein, and vitamin B complex. It is a good source of silicon and some recent scientific studies show that hops could act as a barrier against gradual decline of the brain’s cognitive functions. Drinking craft beer regularly (with moderation, of course) can provide these benefits because of the high quality ingredients used to brew it.
4. Better Conversations
Any time you go out to drink craft beer with your friends, you will have a chance to start off a good conversation about the taste and quality of the beer. This can then lead to other intelligent discussions about the style, origin, ingredients, and other interesting features of the type of beer you are drinking.
5. More Alcohol
Most craft beers will offer you more alcohol by volume (at least 5 to 10 percent) but some even provide up to 20 percent. Unfortunately, mass produced beers seldom offer you more than 4%. That’s why they are typically called mass produced ‘beer water’. Hence, you will need fewer pints of craft beer at each drinking session.
6. Lower Cost
Most craft beers are at least twice as strong as the “beer water” sold by big breweries. So typically, you will need to consume about 4 to 6 watery lager beers in a single drinking season. But if you drink craft beers, you will enjoy the strong high quality taste in a porter, stout, IPA or pale ale. So you will not need to consume more than 3 pints before you are satisfied. This will also reduce the pressure on your bladder and you will make fewer trips to the bathroom.
7. Better Ingredients
Although beer is typically made from: water, hops, grains and yeast, most local breweries ensure that they use the best quality ingredients to make their beer. A visit to the nearest craft brewery will reveal that they use fresh, organically grown high quality ingredients. In fact, almost all craft breweries will be ready to let you see and handle the ingredients they use.
8. A Beer for Every Season
During winter, fall, or spring, you can get craft beers that are made primarily for that season. Instead of drinking the same boring watery beer throughout the year, why don’t you drink something refreshingly different during each season, like aged barrel stout during winter and the exceptional pumpkin beer during fall.
9. Supporting the Local Economy
Drinking locally made craft beer helps you to support the economy of the community where you live. You will help create more employment opportunities in your locality. In addition, most craft breweries also fund local charities and help to host local events. So you should drink craft beer to help your community to thrive.
10. Environmentally Friendly Brewing
Most local brewers work hard to maintain environmentally sustainable practices. They practice composting, offer spent grain to local farmers and even use alternative sources of energy. Craft breweries are more concerned about eco-friendly practices than making a huge amount of money. Also, each time you fill your keg or make use of a reusable growler, you are helping to reduce waste.
Those are some of the most important reasons why you should start drinking craft beers. With the exceptional taste, high quality ingredients, lower cost and impact on your local community, you have many reasons to be a proud craft beer drinker.
Each week we get great fresh beers from the Raptors, their beers are stunning so give them a go...................
Neon Raptor Buy It, Use It, Break It, Fix It
In 2014, Sam Richardson, Matt Monahan, and Andrew Burman founded Other Half Brewing Company, a local brewery in New York City with a simple mission: to create beers that they wanted to drink from a company that they wanted to be a part of.
Their vision was to build a passionate team that brewed great beers in the state of New York—done so with effort and thoughtfulness—to represent the “Other Half” of the industry.
Today, the Other Half team crafts beers in their Brooklyn brewery. They’re dedicated to collaborating with breweries both in New York as well as across the world in an effort to constantly move the industry forward while elevating the craft.
Here at Trembling Madness we try to make every effort to do our bit for the planet -
Our energy supply for our businesses is 100% green energy
Our waste is re-cycled - plastics, glass, board, metal etc
We re-use cardboard for packaging and collect from local deliveries to re-use.
Our sweets we give away are all vegan.
We don't waste any beer, we drink it
So it is disheartening when we have to use plastic to pack our glassware. Due to global board shortages we have had no alternative but to use temporary airbags for glassware. We have 11,000 boxes delayed, so please do be patient as we are making every effort to find an alternative before they arrive. The plastic airbags we use can be deflated and re-cycled after use, but they will need to be dropped off at a re-cycle point. Many supermarkets have re-cycling points - please check here www.bpf.co.uk/recycling/where-can-i-recycle-my-plastic.aspx
Here is an atricle on cardboard shortages
Thanks everyone and we'll be back to normal packaging very soon.
Founded by Theo in 2015. He started by focusing on Steady Rolling Man Pale. Deya have a distinctive style, soft, juicy and extremely hoppy. One of the top UK craft breweries. Their beers are in larger 500ml cans, so you get more amazing beer.
Read all about Deya Brewing here
We have a record amount of varieties of fresh Deya - these guys must be the busiest lockdown brewery!
Deya Best Foot Forward English Bitter // Deya Something Good 13 NE IPA // Deya Glue IPA // Deya Big Hop Pillow DIPA // Deya Can We Get A New Aircraft? NE IPA // Deya Right Brain Feeds The Left Brain TIPA // Deya x Heaton Hops Crocodile Tiers DIPA // Deya Talking Straight Amber Lager // Deya Two Way Mirror Citra Pale Ale // Deya One Way Mirror Citra Pale Ale // Deya Road Soda Pale Ale // Deya Magazine Cover Session IPA // Deya Saturated in Strata DIPA // Deya Saturated in Simcoe DIPA // Deya Sound Machine Groove DIPA // Deya Giant Leap Strong Bitter // Deya Bad Luck City WC IPA // Deya Such Is Life IPA // Deya We'll Take it Off The Zombies IPA // Deya Astral Planes Porter // Deya x Wiper And True Hoppy Porter // Deya Dust My Broom Pale Ale // Deya Tappy Pils Lager // Deya Into The Haze IPA // Deya Steady Rolling Man Pale Ale
NEW RELEASE TODAY North Brew Work And Non Work Simcoe IPA 7%
North Brewing Co was founded in 2015 by John Gyngell and Christian Townsley, the pioneers behind legendary Leeds beer venue North Bar, which opened in 1997. Known as “the first craft beer bar in Britain”, North Bar influenced a new wave of modern beer bars and breweries across the country, including their own.
In 2015 they turned their 10-year dream of making their own beer into a reality by opening a 15bbl brewery, featuring a 200-person capacity tap room, just half a mile from their original flagship North Bar in Leeds.
The core range and seasonal specials epitomise what they look for in beer: big juicy flavours with tonnes of hops; fun, playful and interesting flavour combinations; classics that demonstrate an uncompromising approach to quality.
Our own first bar Evil Eye in York opened around the same time as North Bar selling beers from across the globe, do you remember it? So we appreciate all the hard work, experience and beer knowledge that our local friends have gained. They are an outstanding brewery with a tap room opening at the new Springwell brewery site, so make sure you check it out in April once the Covid restrictions are lifted.
The brewery was founded in 1900 by Paul Cantillon, whose father was a brewer as well, and his wife, Marie Troch. As of 2011, the owner is Jean-Pierre van Roy, fourth-generation brewer at Cantillon. Since its foundation the only major change has been a shift to organic ingredients in 1999. Cantillon was one of more than one hundred operating breweries in Brussels at its foundation, and was the only one to remain operational through the 2000s. In 2014, van Roy announced that the brewery would be acquiring more maturation space, effectively doubling production by 2016-17. Cantillon produces 400,000 bottles of beer a year. We have stocked Cantillon for over 10 years, when we first started trading Cantillon was one of our slow selling core lines, it was seen as over priced and would sit gathering dust, today is a different case, Brasserie Cantillon is definitely one of the top for the style categories in the world but the current hype comes from the rarity of it. As far as geuzes and straight lambics, Tilquin and Drie Fonteinen are as good or some say better, now they sit gathering dust upon our shelves. Who knows in the future, people will discover and try these as well.
Want to read more on Cantillon? Then check out this article here
At this time of writing we have Cantillon in stock - 11.47am 24th March 2021, we also had some last week and also have some next week. Not much but generally we will seek and find as much as we can in order for you to try some but please do try the other lambics we stock as they are fantastic.
Elvis Impersonator 6.7% Banana, Peanut Butter And Facon Porter (440ml Can)
Complex deep nut brown porter, playing with one of the King’s – favourite flavour combinations. Up-front banana and peanut butter notes give way to a smooth, sweet, robust porter with restrained bitterness. Look out for delicate ‘facon’ (not bacon – we’re a vegan brewery after all, and this is an impersonation!) smokiness in the aftertaste. Get your hands on some, before Elvis (Impersonator) leaves the building.
Did you know Bruno Mars started out as an Elvis Impersonator at the age of 4 - see here.
As we come in to March we will focus on some great Irish craft breweries, fresh in we Mourne Mountains Brewery. Founded in 2015, owner Connaire McGreevy is a craft beer aficionado and businessman who was inspired to launch his own brewery after he travelled and visited craft brewers and bars all over the world, seeing first-hand how exciting the industry can be.
He channelled his passion and research to produce the some of the finest artisan beers in the country, catering to the growing thirst for local brews. Mourne Mountains Brewery has grown to become a major part of Northern Ireland's blossoming craft beer sector.
The brewery takes its name from the nearby Mourne Mountains, but that's not the only connection. All of its beers are produced using fresh water from the Spelga Dam, located at the heart of the mountains, and as Master Brewer Tom Ray says, it is "beautifully soft, and perfect for brewing."
The brewery is also inspired by the legend of 'Slángha', an ancient figure who travelled over from Greece and was one of the first people to produce beer using the water from the Mournes.
Here then, is a homegrown brewery inspired by one of our areas of outstanding natural beauty, that's tapping into some outstanding natural ingredients too.
Centaur Army is a big, bold, intensely flavourful Imperial Stout. This is as big as we have ever gone and it was designed by the customers! Neon Raptor asked the fans to decide what the 100th gyle should be and this was chosen! Meet Centaur Army, it is a Peanut Butter, Chocolate and Caramel Imperial Stout. It is every bit as delicious as it sounds!
Peanut Butter, Chocolate and Caramel Imperial Stout // 13.0% Abv // 440ml
2 Rivers Radio presents Breaking Blueskies #1
Breaking Blueskies is a series of online concerts hosted by Two Rivers Radio featuring the very best local music.
Welcoming bands and artists of all genres from throughout the city to play at live streamed concerts during lockdown - and you never know; we may be able to do some real life gigs before before too long! 🙂
The night will debut on Friday Feb 26th 8pm and will be streamed on their Facebook Page as well as on Instagram and Youtube.
Fantastic artists are already lined-up and a few more to confirm. Its going to be massive so make sure you're tuned in! Check out some of the artists so far here.
We will be fundraising on the night - the stream is fee to access, but there will be a PayPal tip-jar which people can donate to and will be split between the performers and Two Rivers Radio.
They are fundraising so they can establish their new studio - if you would like to donate sooner or can't make the concert, please follow this link: gf.me/u/zgqudp
Trembling Madness will be delivering sameday for the event - so get some draught beer or anything from our massive site. Use the Promo Code: TWORIVERS at the checkout and we can donate some proceeds to the event!.
Also, order before 4pm for same-day delivery.
LOCAL ORDERS ONLY, we can't drive around the country each night, sorry!
Please like and share this event, and invite your friends!! 🙂
Try some indulgent pancake beers
Thanks to everyone who voted for us in the first #loveYork awards . We look forward to welcoming people back later in the year when its safe to do so. Remember to visit you local pub as the industry is on its knees. It will be a great day when we all sit around with friends in the local. Later this month we will be eager to see what the government plans and whether we will have a tier system in place. We cannot operate within the old Tier 2 system and will not open if you will have to have a meal in order to drink a pint. Hoping to see you all soon when it safe, thanks Trembling Madness x
We'll try to update everyone with anything that's exciting or new. Give us some feedback!