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Stomping Ground celebrates its 100th brew with a 100-year-old recipe

Jess Ho

Stomping Ground Brewery has been open for just under two years and has just brewed its 100th type of beer. To commemorate this massive feat, brewer Ashur Hall managed to get his hands on a 100-year-old recipe, donated by local Andy Butt – the recipe belonged to Butt's great grandfather.

An ale has been brewed inspired by the notes and recipe of this century-old frothy, named the 'Celie' Centenarian Ale, after 101-year-old, beer-loving Stomping Ground regular Celie Curtis. After sharing the experience of brewing the beer with a centenarian, Stomping Ground is now committed to offering anyone aged 100 or over free beer and a guaranteed seat at the bar.  

Get yourself a taste of the 'Celie' Ale for a limited time only. Expect a sweet caramel and bready malt character with dry fruity yeast aromatics. 'Celie' was hopped with a combination of noble and new world hops to give a floral, orange and citrus aroma.

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