English-hopped, rich ruby ale.
A moreish full flavoured beer with a peppery and warming taste, on the darker side than norm. Hops combine to give a rich, ripe orchard fruits flavour with a smooth bitter finish. Hops: Northdown, Fuggles, Golding and Bramling Cross.
A dry Irish stout. Serves black in colour and packs plenty of caramel and roast malt flavour. A sessionable stout with a thick and creamy mouthfeel.
A full-on dose of Golding and Fuggles hops for a taste of historic Kent.
An homage to the crisp and clean American style pales we were drinking in 2005 long before the softer sweeter NEIPAs were a thing.
A real apple cider infused with tart rhubarb and blended with vanilla for a smooth session cider.
Often a cloudy perry, it has good flavours despite being lower strength, which is achieved by a mixture of a 1st and 2nd pressing. The 2nd pressing has water added to re-hydrate the fruit, to assist pressing out the remaining colour, juice and flavours. Varieties include Doyenne du Comice, Thorn, Blakeney Red and Conference.
Lovingly referred to as the Tangbomb this lip moreish number is awash with tropical pineapple flavours, balanced with a light touch of citric acid from the lemon.
A beautiful dark ruby ale with pale, dark crystal and Weyermann speciality malts. A deceptively sessionable dark ale.
Full bodied, traditional-style mid-brown "best" brewed from 100% English barley malt and copious English Challenger and Boadicea hops, which shine through. This is a great beer of its type and a classic session beer.
A crisp modern Pale Ale that replicates the very best of the West Coast.