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WELCOME TO PUNCHLINE BREWERY

Five friends walk into a brewery…

We’re a group of beer-lovers who had a dream to brew seriously good beer and have fun in the process.

We took over the premises and 200-litre kit of a small Wolverhampton brewery in the spring of 2017 and Punchline was born.  With the help of our supporters we’ve developed a range of beers that are big on flavour and we’ll continue to experiment and develop a range of good, hand-crafted beers to put a smile on your face.

Original Punchline Lineup
The Punchline Brewery Team
A Punchline beer being brewed

OUR BEERS

Did you know all our beers are named after punchlines?

Didn’t get the joke?
No problem, tap and hold the label  for the full joke.

Tap the label for more information on each beer.

For the latest on our beers please visit us on twitter or facebook.

Seriously good beer #nojoke

 

Punchline Brewery Logo

WELCOME TO
PUNCHLINE BREWERY

Original Punchline Lineup
The Punchline Brewery Team
A Punchline beer being brewed
Punchline Brewery Logo
Original Punchline Lineup
The Punchline Brewery Team
A Punchline beer being brewed

All our beers are named after punchlines. Didn’t get the joke? Here they are in full.

 

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A horse walks into a bar.

The Barman asks:

Why the Long Face?

 

An American style IPA (6.4%)

Using Magnum and Mosaic hops.

Additionally dry hopped to increase the hop aroma. Pale gold in colour, medium bodied with a balanced malt backbone.

 

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What do you call a deer with no eyes?

No eye deer (no idea).

 

Belgian-Style Saison (6.1%).

Originally Saisons (or farmhouse beers) were brewed in Belgian in the winter months when the farms were less active and stored for consumption in the Summer.

 

Ours is great for drinking year round. Highly carbonated (but not fizzy) and flavoursome.

 

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What do you call a dinosaur who has lost his glasses?

Dyathinkhesaurus

(do you think he saw us).

 

Imperial Porter (7.7%).

A robust (extra strong) porter with Magnum and Hellertau Tradition hops added in the boil. Despite its strength it is extremely drinkable and will win over drinkers who are not normally drawn to dark beers.

 

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What’s black and white and red all over?

A sunburnt penguin.

 

Belgian Style Wheat Beer (6.2%).

Brewed with more than 50% wheat to give a luxurious silky mouthfeel. Fermented at a lower temperature and for longer than normal to produce a perfectly balanced flavour.

 

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Why did the chicken cross the road?

To get to the other side.

 

Black IPA (6.2%).

Otherwise known as a Cascadian dark ale, this brew has caramel and dark roasted malt flavours and a slightly spiced / herbal characteristic with a full-on hop kick. Additionally dry hopped to give the beer a strong hop nose.

 

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A bear walks into a bar and says: “A pint and.......a packet of crisps please”.

The barman asks: “Why the big paws?” (big pause)

 

Hazy IPA 5.7%

This hazy IPA has aromas of tropical fruits and is jam-packed with juicy, citrus hops. Brewed with Magnum, lots of Mosaic and then dry hopped with even more Mosaic. Pour carefully to ensure the sediment is not disturbed.

 

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What do you call a three-legged donkey?

A Wonkey

 

Session Ale 4.1%

Not your eee-ordinary session ale: hoppy, light and easy drinking. Lots of flavour from Magnum and Cascade hops but lighter on ABV than our other beers.

 

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What do you get if you cross a shark with the Loch Ness Monster?

Loch Jaws

 

Small Scots Ale 4.9%

Our lower-ABV take on a traditional Scottish Ale hence ͚Small͛. Displays the darker colour and malty sweetness associated with its higher-strength counterparts. Less hop-forward than many of our other beers.

 

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How do you make an octopus laugh?

Ten tickles

 

Bitter 5.3%

Our easy-drinking bitter ale uses a small amount of Rye and Magnum hops. The late addition of Cascade hops gives the beer complex aromas of citrus peel, orange, pine and lychee.

 

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Why did the chicken cross the playground?

To get to the other slide

 

American Brown Ale 5.7%

Our American Brown Ale seamlessly blends burnt caramel and chocolate-like flavours with a high-hop kick and a bitter finish

 

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What’s the difference between a dhal and a tarka dhal?

One’s a little Otter

 

Golden Citra Ale 5.2%

Whilst spending most of their time floating on their backs eating molluscs and crabs, our brewing team packed this refreshing golden ale full of Citra hops. A perfect partner for a curry!

 

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What do you get if you cross a sheep and a Kangaroo?

A Woolly Jumper

 

Rye IPA 5.2%

Ewe won’t baa-lieve how good this Rye IPA tastes! There may be some natural sediment down under so pour carefully and have a g’day.

 

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For the latest on our beers please visit us on twitter or facebook.