Liverpool-based Neptune Brewery has seen its Ezili pale ale chosen as ‘beer of the day’ to celebrate Cask Ale Week today.
Ezili is a 4% ABV pale ale, available as part of the core range of Neptune Brewery beers. This citrus pale has flavours of grapefruit pith and lemon, with a light bitterness.
The beer won Merseyside’s best beer 2019 via international beer review site, RateBeer. As well as a cask version, Ezili is also available in keg and 440ml cans.
Julie O’Grady, co-owner of Neptune Brewery, said: “We’re thrilled that Ezili has been selected as one of the ‘beer of the day’ beers. It’s great to continue to be part of Cask Ale Week, at a time when cask ale and our pubs really need our support.”
Les O’Grady, co-owner and head brewer, added: “Ezili is a great sessionable beer; we’re continually brewing it to keep up with demand, with another batch being released next week.”
Neptune Brewery launched its online store during lockdown, for customers across the UK who aren’t able to get its beers in their local area. Cask, keg, and cans are also available for local customers to take out from the brewery on a Friday (3pm until 7pm). The taproom opens on Saturdays (bookings only) for anyone in the area wanting to visit.
Founded in 2015 by Julie and Les O’Grady with friend Geoff Wainwright, Neptune Brewery is run on the principle of brewing quality, consistent beer, for all to enjoy.
Committed to working with the finest ingredients to produce world-class beers, from their core range to one-off collaborations, Neptune now produces 2,000HL of beer per year and employs four people.