Reddish brewery’s bitter set for House of Commons bar
Another one of our local breweries is set to grace the Commons’ bar. This week, it will be the turn of Reddish’s Ringway Brewery.
Their 3.8% bitter named ‘Session’ will be making the 190 mile journey to the Houses of Parliament next. This will be the second ale within the Tameside and Stockport areas to be tapped and vented in the House of Commons’ bar.
‘Session’ is an easy drinking hoppy amber ale with a citrus tang to it and a clean finish. At 3.8% it is ideal for its intended purpose. It is also the Reddish brewery’s first ale, launched in September 2012.
Ringway Brewery was founded in 2012 by Paul Alderson from his garage. Upon receiving redundancy money, he stepped up his home brewing hobby. After completing a 3-day course, he opened his microbrewery in the northern part of Reddish. As well as ‘Session’, their other beer is ‘Ringway Best’, a 4.2% traditional English bitter.
S.V., 11 November 2013.