Black Iris Brewery
Located down in Basford in the old Shipstones building, Black Iris brew an increasingly wide range of lovely beers...
They’re becoming legendary in Nottingham but their beers can be found as far afield as Yorkshire, Cheshire, Birmingham and more. They’ve got consistently strong artwork from Kev Grey and have been known to put on rowdy parties with their ‘Piss Up In A Brewery’ nights.
- Endless Summer (IPA, 4.5%)
- Snake Eyes (Pale, 3.8%)
- Divine Elements (IPA, 6%)
- Rise and Shine (Stout, 5.3%)
- Bleeding Heart (Rye, 4.5%)
Beer list (via Untappd)
Black Iris Brewery - IPA - Session / India Session Ale, 4.5%star star star star_half star_border
Black Iris Brewery - Pale Ale - English, 3.8%star star star star_half star_border
Black Iris Brewery - IPA - American, 6%star star star star star_border
Lost Art of Keeping Secrets
Black Iris Brewery - IPA - Imperial / Double, 8.5%star star star star star_border
Rise & Shine
Black Iris Brewery - Stout - Milk / Sweet, 5.2%star star star star star_border
Black Iris Brewery - Pale Ale - American, 4%star star star star_half star_border
Better The Devil You Know
Black Iris Brewery - Pale Ale - Australian, 5.5%star star star star_half star_border
Stab In the Dark
Black Iris Brewery - Stout - Other, 5%star star star star star_border
Let The Juice Loose
Black Iris Brewery - IPA - New England, 6.5%star star star star star_border
Black Iris Brewery - Rye Beer, 4.5%star star star star_half star_border
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Black Iris BreweryUnit 1, 27 Shipstone Street
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