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Hello again, and welcome to another instalment of our weekly blog. We find it’s good to take stock every once in a while and catch your breath. It’s always our aim to make the best beer we possibly can, and if that means slowing things down, planning efficiently and making sure what we are doing is enjoyable, then that’s alright with us. Needless to say, we’ve still had a very busy week, just without making any beer this time! Plenty of beer leaving HQ still so expect to see our beers out in the wild as regularly as usual.

A fresh batch of Electric Eye and Lucid Dream will be available from next week. We’ve also kegged our Belgian Red Rye collab with Squawk and sent that, along with a pallet full of other beery delights, to Glassworks (Manchester based wholesaler) ahead of our joint Tap Takeover at Port Street Beer House, Manchester.

We’ve also shipped beer out to our friends Jolly Good Beer in Cambridgeshire for the first time. As well as supplying our two events next week, our beers “Electric Eye” and the shiny new “Armadillo” have made it to the Stevenage Winter beer festival which runs from 1st-3rd of Feburary.

Another event for our calendar: A joint Tap Takeover with our chums from North Brewing Co. Our beers and theirs will be showcased on 22nd February in a few weeks time at Furley and Co, Hull. Aron and I are huge fans of North. It's going to be great to share the bar with them at this event! Next week we have another collab being brewed at TP, (Spoiler alert) with the fine folk from Ridgeside Brewing Company. More details to follow. We do have something rather special lined up... with both breweries getting a little giddy about it! Today we’re finishing off kegging possibly the juiciest brew of Disco King to date. Which is always an exciting thing to say. Aron’s out on the road taking some of our wares to Hull, or ‘ull as it’s oft pronounced. Once wrapped up today we’re heading into York, more specifically to Brew York, where we’ll be collecting an award for Lucid Dream (Gold: Dark beers 5% and under) which we very proudly won at our first entry into the York Beer and Cider Festival. So any volunteers, organisers, brewers, we’ll see you for Friday pints this evening! Cheers Cameron

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