Barnsley Beer Company

Coil Oil

A Coil Oil is a place in the house where coal is stored - a coal hole but pronounced "coil oil" in local dialect. Usually a shed at the side of the back door on a typical council house. The NCB used to deliver a ton of coal free to miner's houses once a month - dumped on the pavement - you then had to shovel and barrow it into the "coil oil" before it disappeared.

Style: Dark Spiced Porter

Tasting Notes: A delicious Black and Tan ingeniously and enticingly spiced with a selection of star anise, cloves, cinnamon, lime leaves and dried tangerine peel.

ABV: 3.9%

Great Wi Snap

This beer is a spicy black and tan ingeniously mixed with a selection of star anise, cloves, cinnamon, lime leaves and dried tangerine peel. Its a mix of pale ale and porter so we thought it would suit some type of curry. Curry is popular in Barnsley but obviously does not originate here so we recommend you enjoy the beer with a homemade Black Pudding Bhuna and a tray of mixed pickles. Guaranteed to be popular with your beer mates and a round of popudoms.

Coil Oil

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