New Liquid Launches At Blueys Steakhouse And Bar.Published On Thursday 29 May 2014 by Sticky Beak
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Blueys Steakhouse and Bar in Alfreton has always had a great selection of Beers, Wines and Spirits right from the opening day and many places would’ve rested on their Laurels quite contentedly at that point. But not these guys....
They have such a passion for what they do that they’re always on the lookout for something new and often unusual. One New Kid on the Block is the Wild Berry variety of the Rekorderlig Cider they serve. This Premium Swedish Cider is an excellent drink anyway, very crisp and clean tasting up there with other premium ciders such as Thatchers Gold, and the Strawberry and Lime Variety is a hugely popular drink at Blueys.Steve and Leonie discovered the Wild Berry Cider was due for release this summer back in December last year, and installed the tap for it in advance. They are among a very very small number of establishments to stock this particular flavour of Rekorderlig in the UK, and it is testament to their hard work and commitment to their business that they have been selected to sell it.Like its Strawberry and Lime sibling the Wild Berry Rekorderlig is an extremely quaffable drink, but not quite as sweet ; so if you like your fruit ciders a bit drier this will appeal to you.
Another Cider feature that Blueys are launching in June is the “ Cider Hog “. This nifty little fella is a mini barrel that holds 5.3 pints of Cider, making it great for groups to take it their table along with glasses. The Hogs contents will be a Cider called the “ Somerset Snuffler “ which is a Medium Dry Still Cider crafted by the Shepton Mallet Cider Mill down in Somerset. For those who love a more Traditional Cider this will be right up your street.The cost of the Cider Hog is £15, which works out at only £2.86 a pint.
Lest the beer drinkers feel left out I’ll mention that Blueys now has Budweiser on tap at £3 a pint.
All that’s left to say is “ Cheers, Good Health and Bottoms Up !! “