Key Keg

Brewery Origin Beer ABV Style Colour Tasting Notes
Anspach & Hobday London The Pfeffernüsse Saison 7.5% Spiced Saison golden German spiced cookies (pfeffernüsse) meets saison yeast – spicy with notes of pepper, cloves, toffee and caramel.
Bexar County Brewery Peterborough How DIPAs Your Love 8.1% Double IPA golden A (Short) Session IPA
Boundary Belfast American Pale Ale 3.5% Pale Ale golden This 3.5% Pale Ale offers a surprisingly full body which allows the hops to remain balanced. Think biscuit, citrus and refreshing.
Boundary Belfast Push & Pull: Imbongo 5.5% Pale Ale pale A juicy pale ale loaded with Mosaic, Citra, Azacca and Cascade hops.
Chorlton Manchester Sour Blend 2 6.7% Sour golden A blend of spontaneous and brett aged sour beers.
Cloudwater Manchester DIPA v11 9.0% Double IPA pale Oats make up 14% of the grist in v11, up from 6% in v10, for a bigger, more luscious mouthfeel. Vic Secret takes the lead in a 19g/l dry hop charge, backed up by Mosaic and Exp 431.
Cloudwater Manchester Sorachi Ace Grisette 3.6% Light Saison pale A light, refreshing Grisette featuring the unmistakable flavour of Sorachi Ace hops.
Elusive Brewing Berkshire Herman Toothrot 7.6% Strong Ale brown Bucketfuls of Columbus, raisins soaked in spiced rum, full malt body – layers of flavour and complexity. A fireside sipper for the colder months. Wild Weather collaboration brew.
Moor Bristol Hoppiness 6.5% IPA golden A rich California style IPA – bringing together the malt and body of a barley wine with the hoppy crispness of a pale ale. “Hoppiness = Happiness.”
Pig & Porter Kent Cast No Shadow 5.7% Porter dark Pleasantly dry porter with bitterness from cocoa nibs and orange zest.
Weird Beard London Little Things That Kill 3.9% Session IPA pale A violently hoppy little beer.
Wild Beer Co Somerset Keller 5.0% Pils Lager pale An unfiltered hoppy lager – a traditional German style popular in Franconia.
Wild Weather Berkshire Damn Dead Strawberry 4.2% Fruit Sour golden-pink A massive strawberry nose leads into a puckering tartness rounding off with a smooth and creamy mouth coating.


And here’s Jolly Good Beer’s article [link] explaining what Key Keg is.