The Fox Box – Our original Pub In A Box

The Fox Box – Our original Pub In A Box

£28.00

Everything you need to enjoy a night at the pub from the comfort of your own home…A selection of 8 bottled beers (500ml), your own Fox Inn glass and a pub quiz curated by our very own quizmaster! We’ve even thrown in some delicious homemade snacks!

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The Fox Box…Our original Pub In A Box!

Everything you need to enjoy a night at the pub from the comfort of your own home…A selection of 8 bottled beers (500ml) from local breweries, your own Fox Inn glass and a pub quiz curated by our very own quizmaster! We’ve even thrown in some home fried crisps for you, because we’re nice like that!

Beers:

2 x Hadham – First
ABV: 4.0%
Fruity, bitter-sweet body, with caramel notes and a full finish. The aroma is slightly spicy, with marmalade and caramel notes. Brewed with pure spring water, Maris Otter barley, and Target and First Gold hops.

1 x Hadham – Gold
ABV: 3.7%
A gently hoppy citrus character which is lightly bitter in body with a sweetness developing. The aroma is pleasantly floral with lemon and lime and notes of pine. Brewed with pure spring water, Maris Otter barley, and Challenger, Fuggles, Goldings and Bobek hops.

2 x Bishop Nick – 1555
ABV: 4.3%
A rich tawny beer, with an unmistakably sweet nutty taste underlined by the ginger and fruit of Styrian goldings hops.

2 x Maldon Brewing Co – A Drop of Nelson’s Blood
ABV: 3.8%
An easy drinking but flavourful bitter brewed for Trafalgar Day October 21st. After the battle, Nelson’s body was returned to England preserved in a barrel of brandy. It is said that the sailors on the Victory drank some of the brandy as part of their grog ration, which became known as Nelson’s Blood. Every glass contains a drop of brandy.

1 x Maldon Brewing Co – Golden Boar
ABV: 5.0%
An amber beer with a tremendous aroma that will knock your socks off.  An obscene amount of Cascade Hops are used to get the aroma. It’s expensive to make but we just love it! It was originally brewed for the Pig’s Ear Beer Festival, but it is still popular so it’s now part of the core range from Maldon.