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The Norfolk locals love the fact that village and town names can be mispronounced or subtly altered to make visitors and newcomers feel they have landed in a foreign land. The small village of Stiffkey is a perfect example, pronounced and known as Stewkey by the locals many a visitor has wondered away scratching their heads in a bemused fashion.
Stewkey Blues is the popular name for the blue shelled cockles that are found in the nearby Stiffkey Freshes Creek.
This wheat beer is made with samphire and inspired by the salty German beer style of Gose, this is as murky as a saltmarsh creek, slightly brackish and gently soured using Lactobacillus from the malt itself. This will delight your palate and accompany seafood dishes very nicely.