New beers from the Docks

Docks Beers, based in Grimsby’s King Edward Street, has launched 2 new canned beers.

One is the first ever Lager to be commercially brewed in Grimsby. The second is a Pale Ale brewed in collaboration with Magic Rock Brewing in Huddersfield. The cans of both beers are decorated with striking designs featuring iconic local landmarks.

The lager, a 4% brew, is called Overtime and the can features a red, black and white illustrated Docks scene with the clock tower of the Associated British Ports Humber Office. Will Douglas, co-owner and director of Docks Beers, explains:

Our customers have been asking us to can Overtime for months but our thirsty taproom drinkers get through so many pints that saving any for canning was proving difficult.

The second new beer is called Golden Hour, and is a 6.8% Double Dry Hopped Mimosa PaleAle. The can design is a great blend of sun on Cleethorpes beach and graphics from Magic Rock. Shahram Shadan, another co-owner and director of Docks Beers, says that

as well as cans we will be serving this beer on draft in our taproom and Magic Rock’s taproom in Huddersfield.


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Mary Vickers moved to North East Lincolnshire in 2010, from the Wiltshire/Hampshire border, to become Urban and Industrial Chaplain NELincs. Made redundant in 2017, she's maintained many of her connections within the business, faith, and other local communities. She's also decided to stay here rather than return to either the south or her husband's native Yorkshire, so that she can continue to enjoy and help promote the positives of NELincs.

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