Enjoy pub-style beer at home with a mini-keg!
This mini-keg contains 5L / 8.8 pints of Two Degrees, our flagship 4.7% Craft Lager.
Mini-kegs should be chilled in the fridge and consumed within 3 days of opening.
You’ll never go back to supermarket lager again.
We searched far and wide to find the perfect lager, and we've finally nailed it. We'd go as far to say that it's not just Really Good, it's downright fantastic.
This is lightyears ahead of your ‘safe’ mainstream brand of choice; packing some serious flavour but not compromising on crisp, clean refreshment.
Style: Craft Lager
Ingredients (allergens): Water, Malted Barley, Hops, Yeast
Up and awake early in your log cabin, deep in the heart of a pine forest, you tuck into a hearty breakfast of porridge topped with sweet syrup and donuts.
This beer fights climate change
This beer fights climate change:
2.5% of the sales of this beer goes to support Soil Association UK via Work for Good
To find out more and see how we pick ‘em go to Causes.
We know creating beer (and running a business) has it’s own impact – and we’re working on that. Find out more here.
Everyone knows that climate change is a serious threat, but not everyone knows that soil just might save us. This goes beyond carbon offsetting and companies pledging to 'reduce their carbon footprint' (yawn); this is about regeneration and proactively capturing carbon and reversing its effects.
The Soil Association is the UK’s leading membership charity campaigning for healthy, humane and sustainable food, farming and land use. They work across the whole food chain, from farmers and growers to processors and consumers and even caterers, encouraging sustainable and regenerative methods and practices.
Carbon emissions must reach zero by 2030 in every country in the world if we are to stay at less than TWO DEGREES (Celsius) of warming by the year 2100. [source: Scientific analysis of climate futures published in Nature Climate Change (vol 9, April 2019) referenced in National Geographic Online]
Find out more about what you can do to help at - Soil Association – cut your carbon footprint