Freedom Brewery has added a 4% ABV lager to its range of hand-crafted English draught lagers.
Freedom Four is described as an easy drinking Helles Pale lager with a crafted Continental edge.
“We are finding that bars and restaurants are increasingly keen to source British products and they value how the product is made more than ever – which is where Freedom stands out from our competitors,” said MD Susan Mayman. “We made the decision to brew a 4% ABV lager in response to feedback from our existing draught customers – they wanted a flavourful lager with a lower ABV to replace their mainstream product offerings and enable them to maintain a high-end drinks offering across the board.”
As with all Freedom lagers, Freedom Four is bottom fermented, not bottle conditioned – and triple filtered, not pasteurised, which gives it a cleaner taste, according to the brewer.
The Staffordshire based brewery is situated on top of a natural underground lake of Burton upon Trent brewing water.
The beer is available in 50 litre kegs along with a range of POS material and glassware.