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A complex raisiny beech-smoked porter.
ABV 5.8%
OG 1.062
IBU 35
Allergens: malted barley, malted wheat

Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) 2015 “Supreme Champion Cask Beer of Britain”.


Burnout began as a collaboration brew with the University of York Real Ale Society. The first brew used peat-smoked malt but the current version uses the rauchbier staple: beech-smoked malt.

Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) 2015 “Supreme Champion Cask Beer of Britain”.

We advise that bag-in-boxes are kept refrigerated and drunk within 21 days.  Bag-in-boxes are filled from a cask and therefore have a cask level of carbonation (approx 1.5 volumes of CO2 - or 'a gentle tingle on the tongue').  If the boxes are are allowed to warm above serving temperature, then some CO2 may be lost from the beer, causing the bag-in-box to expand.  In that circumstance, the bag-in-box can be vented by standing it vertically (serving valve uppermost) and opening the valve.


Brass Castle Brewery Ltd will notify you by way of email when your goods are to be dispatched to you. The message will contain details of estimated delivery times in addition to any reasons for a delay in the delivery of the Goods purchased by you.

For bottle and merchandise orders we expect delivery to be 2 working days after the order is placed. For bag-in-boxes and minikegs delivery may be up to 4 working days after the order is placed depending if we have stock or if we need to fulfill the order from casks in our cold store.

If Brass Castle Brewery Brewery Ltd receives no communication from you, within 10 days of delivery, regarding any problems with the Goods, you are deemed to have received the Goods in full working order and with no problems.


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Only because my box just ran dry! Can't recommend this highly enough, especially when stored in this way as it will last longer! Was used as a "party piece" on this occasion attached to a beer engine though that's not an essential piece of kit. Not much was left but have enjoyed a quiet pint on a couple of evenings in front of the fire, love the smoky feel on the palette and the hints of coffee & liquorish. Don't take my word for it, try it yourself

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