A modern re-creation of a Victorian porter from Wilsons brewery. Hopped with Northern Gold and Goldings for a British hoppy bite and fermented with yeast traced back to Boddingtons brewery in Manchester. Roasty, dry with a hoppy berry note.
A single hop IPA with New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops and nothing else. Big, luscious gooseberry and white grape throughout. A simple pale malt base allows this unmistakable hop to shine through in all its glory.
A great sessionable bitter with decent hoppiness and a properly nice bitter finish.
Named after the Maori word for 'little' this is NZPA's little brother. Brewed with low colour Maris Otter pale malt and several NZ hops including; Nelson Sauvin, Motueka and Green Bullet. Crisp with citrus and floral aromas on the nose and huge flavours of gooseberry, grapefruit & tropical fruit.
Warrington Special Bitter, an English bitter with a typical malty base, Pioneer and Bramling Cross hops giving the beer a crisp and refreshing bittering with aromas of blackcurrant and citrus.
Gluten Free Pale. Our first foray into the world of gluten free goodness! A quaffable hoppy pale ale packed with the classics Citra and Mosaic hops, creating a super quaffable and refreshing pale ale.
A stronger, slightly fuller-bodied version of our immensely popular Yorkshire Blonde. Low in bitterness, slightly sweet on the palate and with a delicate floral hop aroma resulting from a generous addition of American Mount Hood hops late in the boil.
Single hopped with plenty of English Boadicea hops for flavours and aromas of floral orchard blossom. This is definitely one to kick back on a Saturday afternoon with.
Session pale ale, juicy pineapple notes are kissed with a vibrant citrus lift of lemon and grapefruit. A pleasing piney character is rounded off with a light bitter finish. Refreshing and easy-drinking; the ideal showcase for the US Azacca hop. Low on ABV, but big on flavour! Vegan friendly.
Dry as a desert. Refreshing as an oasis.
A birthday IPA to celebrate the highs, lows and muddy toes of 20 years brewing first rate beer in the Lake District. This beer is full to bursting with the very finest American hops over a crisp and dry malt base. Packed with notes of citrus and stone fruit and brewed with a healthy dry hopping of Ekuanot, bringing aromas and flavours of pithy orange and a citrusy crush.
Mouth-watering, balanced and smooth English stout. A combination of specialist malts lends roasted chocolate and biscuit notes to this award winning stout. Then the Challenger, Northdown and EKG hops break through, releasing bursts of toffee and flowery tones.
Completely created by chance, just like some of life's beast creations. A reasonably sessionable, strong IPA.
A stout brewed with 8 total malts for complex but choral roastyness with a small addition of malted oats for an extra bit of velvet drinkability. To the hops, well if you want a true to style icon we've only one choice, UK hops! Meet the 3 British classics: Pilgrim, Phoenix and East Kent Goldings. All add a spicy, earthy and layered peppery pep approach to this complex beer.
Our take on the West Coast pale ale brewed especially for cask. Balanced sweetness with assertive bitterness and fresh citrus and grassy resin. This beer is all about balance and clarity. Hops: Cascade, Chinook and Centennial.
A robust ale with a malt dominated body. A 'Real Beer' multi-malt and multi hops have made this 'Classic English Beer'. Spicy and fruity, culminating in a very moreish finish.
A heady waft of hops lead the drinker to a complexity of fruit, malt and hop flavours with a clean dry bitter finish.
A yellow/golden best bitter with a good balance of malt and a fruity hop on the nose and on the palate. The sweetness follows through an ultimately more bitter finish.
One of the original Ossett core beers from 1998 and SIBA national champion. This regal beer continues to be a timeless classic. A simple combination of pale malt and American Cascade hops result in a crisp, dry and refreshing pale ale with aromas of citrus fruit and balanced bitterness.
Amarillo and Citra do the talking here. A stripped back pale malt base gives centre stage to two of our favourite hops. Brewed for easy drinking and good times, so good we named it after breweries cobbled Street that's been our home for the last ten years.