About Wylam Brewery
Foreboding fables and thrilling folklore flood through the flavourful creations born inside the Newcastle-based Wylam Brewery. Wylam’s founding fathers, John Boyle & Robin Leighton, pawed over their first malt bills and recipes in the humble surroundings of a potting shed in the village of Wylam, Northumberland. Today, the brewery finds its home inside the resplendent surroundings of the renovated Palace of Arts – a space where art, culture and beer collide.
Wylam’s brews are leading the way when it comes to highlighting just how unique and engaging contemporary beer can be. No brew lacks conviction, yet they all go down without a fight. The uncompromising artwork and startling titles attached to their brews will undoubtedly grab your attention, while your first sip will transport you to intriguing and thoroughly satisfying flavour destinations you’ve never visited before.
This double dry hopped dark India ale will come to exist and in time will rely heavily on oats, wheat dextrin and rye malt. Acute shockability will render high fruit injections of Citra, Simcoe and Mosaic delivering fleshy, tropical freshness enclosed in darkness.
A double India Pale Ale brewed with Citrus and Mosaic, Oats and Malt. Expect a smooth and creamy brew with tastes of tropical fruits and citrus that pack a punch at 8.2% ABV.
An Ultra Pale which emulates almost baneful levels of citrus zing. A nuclear sherbet dib-dab of lemon, lime and tropical pineapple.