28/9/16 - 2/10/16


Neon Raptor

Neon Raptor Tap Takeover

On Wednesday 28th September, Derby based brewers, Neon Raptor take over our taps!

Starting out with a domestic hob, a stock pot from Wilko, a garden hose and a copper pipe, they were on to something kinda awesome from the off and scooped 1st prize in the Brewdog Nottingham Homebrew Contest, giving the them the encouragement to giving brewing a go, like, for real.

A newer, better version of the prize winning beer was brewed and now goes by the name of Endangered. It’s a 6.6% ABV porter matured with authentic Kentucky bourbon, American oak and Madagascan vanilla and it’s great.

Since then, the Neon Raptor range has grown quickly and at the tap takeover, you’ll be able to taste 6 brand new beers! See all of the details below.

Anyone who knows the PLY team knows we’re big dinosaur fans so as well as enjoying some gorgeous craft beer you can also enjoy a Pisanosaurus or a PIZZanosaurus (of course!) – a roasted vegetable pizza with dinosaur décor. We’ll also be leaving out blank pizza boxes and neon craft supplies for you to design your own Neon Raptor themed pizza boxes. The creator of the best box will win Neon Raptor beer to take away and all entries will go on display in the bar.

Don’t miss it! x

Beers on tap on the night:

An American Porter brewed with 7 malt grains and bittered using British and German hops, matured with American oak, Authentic Kentucky bourbon and Madagascan vanilla.

Raging Harpoon
A bigger badder version of its little brother, Happy Harpoon. This DIPA boasts an even bigger hoppy punch as it is pumped up with over 3kg of hops per BBL!

Linear Sunrise
A refreshing modern IPA with hops from the furthest corners of the globe.

Hello Operator – Blueberry Blonde
A modern English summer ale. A traditional English Pale Ale transformed by being infused with 100% blueberry juice.

An all English Strong Ale. The water, malt, hops and yeast showcasing in this particular ale are all local to England.

A big San Diego style Pale Ale. What does this mean? It means it is typically more bitter than your average Pale Ale as San Diego love their IBUs!