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Love on Tap - The White Waves White IPA Love Tale

  Love on Tap-The White Waves White IPA Love Tale Greetings, Lord Chambray enthusiasts! This Valentine's Day Special, we're thrilled to share a heartwarming love tale that goes beyond the ordinary as we unravel the love story behind an extraordinary beer, its flavour profile, and the perfect chocolate pairings that make it an ideal companion for the season of love. Picture this: two beers coming together in a serendipitous dance, forming a brew that's nothing short of magical – our very own White Waves White IPA. The Love Story of White Waves White IPA In the heart of Lord Chambray Brewery, a love story began to unfold. Two distinct beers, each with its own character and allure, found themselves drawn together by fate. The result of this union was nothing short of enchanting – the birth of White Waves White IPA. Beer Description: White Waves is our unique interpretation of a beer style that defies clear definition – a spiced Belgian wheat beer abundantly hopped. Imagine a

Sip, Savor, Bake: Winter Warmers from Lord Chambray

Hello, Lord Chambray enthusiasts! As the winter chill settles in, there's nothing quite like the warmth that comes from a well-crafted brew. Here at Lord Chambray , we're thrilled to introduce you to our collection of Winter Warmers – a selection of beers that not only take the edge off the cold but elevate your winter experience to a whole new level. So, grab your favorite blanket, find a cozy spot, and let's delve into the rich and robust flavors of our winter brews.   1. 67 IPA: A Bold Symphony of Flavors Our 67 IPA is a local favorite for a reason – it's bold, it's attention-grabbing, and it demands to be savored. Imagine old-school piney and resiny aromas blending seamlessly with aromatic citrus and a sweet caramel backdrop. Clean and light-bodied yet crisp, hoppy, and aggressively bitter – this IPA is a winter powerhouse. Food Pairings: Dive into the boldness with Thai and Indian cuisines, complement it with pork schnitzels, or let it dance alongside a piece