LANX x Northern Whisper | "Talking Cobblers"

LANX x Northern Whisper | "Talking Cobblers"

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LANX and Northern Whisper have teamed up to create "Talking Cobblers", a 5.2% West Coast IPA, proudly made in Lancashire. Available to order online today.

A few months back in the depths of world isolation we decided to throw a few ideas around for projects that would get the juices flowing and help us stay sane whilst being cooped up. Unsurprisingly we decided it was a good idea to drink more beer, but not just any beer, our own beer. 

We got in touch with the lads at Northern Whisper who from past experience made bloody good beer just over the hill in Rossendale, the historic shoe capital of Lancashire. 

We settled on the name "Talking Cobblers", with the obvious shoe connections to both LANX and Rossendale. The name is also appropriate because the beer has a nice subtle kick to it, which we discovered a few weeks back when tasting the first batch made by Meli the Chief Brewer. After 1 or 2 swift halves of our 5.2% West Coast IPA the beer inevitably and appropriately caused a few of us to talk a load of cobblers.

About Talking Cobblers...

"The yanks might be able to talk the talk but in Lancashire we know how to walk the walk. This may be an American style beer but it has all the swagger of a proper Lancashire lad!"

Ingredients: Water, Malted Barley, Wheat, Hops & Yeast. 

Available to buy online or from the below stockists...

> Northern Whisper, Hill End Lane, Rawtenstall
> Whalley Wine Shop, Whalley, King Street
> Sauce Box, Clitheroe, 31 Moor Lane
> Derby House Food Hall, Wrightington

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