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Adnams and Vocation launch Balmy Days India Pale Lager 


Embrace the imminent arrival of sunnier days with Adnams’ new refreshing India Pale Lager, Balmy Days, the second collaboration brew crafted with Vocation Brewery.  


Balmy Days is a distinctive mixed-style brew, seamlessly combining elements of a white beer with the characteristics of a lager. The 4.3% ABV lager is zingy upfront, with a refreshing hint of acidity and a crisp finish. It combines the refreshing and flavour-packed qualities of a Cold Session IPA, with the ripe fruit and spice of a White IPA. Wheat and extra-pale malt create a light character, while lemondrop hops and orange peel bring fragrant aromas of sweet citrus fruits. 


Available in keg and cask from 1st March £32.99 for 12x440ml cans from from 14th March 




About Adnams 

Founded by George and Ernest Adnams in 1872, Adnams began as a Southwold brewery on the Suffolk coast and has been fiercely independent for the last 150 years.In 2010, Adnams became the first brewery in England to build a distillery on the same site. Its pioneering spirit has enabled Adnams to become a distinctive brewer, distiller, wine merchant, retailer, publican, and hotelier. From its Southwold home, Adnams crafts award-winning premium beers and spirits which are available from its retail stores, managed properties, partner pubs, and in outlets nationwide and overseas. Adnams has long taken pride in its heritage and strong values and is committed to running its business sustainably, leaving its footprints in the sand, not on the planet. 


About Vocation Brewery 

Vocation Brewery is from the market town of Hebden Bridge, in the Calderdale district of West Yorkshire. In 2015, Vocation was born with one member of staff, a rebuilt chicken shed, and a dog for company. From humble beginnings, that little brewery on the top of a windy hill has grown to brew over 10 million pints a year sold to 40 countries. They got there because of the passion and dedication of the 100+ people who work there. After all, a brewery is just another factory making a product - it’s their people and their passion that makes this their Vocation. 




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