Parish Brewery award winning ales are brewed in a 400 year old converted stable block in Burrough on the Hill in rural East Leicestershire. It is here that we follow the traditional ways of brewing using only the finest malted barley, East Kent Goldings and Fuggles hops, yeast and water. The brewery began life in 1983 and was the first microbrewery in the area and the forerunner to many others that have opened since. The brewery has a 20 barrel plant brewing over 5,000 pints per brew. In addition to the many beer festival awards the brewery is the proud recipient of a Guinness Book of Records award in 1994 for having brewed the world’s strongest beer at that time - ‘Baz’s Super Brew’ at 23% abv.
Parish Special Bitter 3.9% A refreshing pale session ale. Distinctive floral aroma with mild hints of pine. Sharp hop bitterness balanced with crisp malt flavour in the taste giving way to a lovely lingering floral finish.
Hectolitres (per year)
Brewery Taproom/Bar Available
6, Main Street, Burrough-on-the-Hill, Leicestershire, LE14 2JQ