Pale beer with a distinct sweetness and underlying hints of citrus and a fruity aroma.
The palate is fresh, piercing and focused, with soft malt overtones and pronounced citrus flavours. A strong focus of taut, lemony, grapefruit on the finish which is balanced by a dry bitterness.
Zesty pale golden ale with a fresh citrusy aroma from target hops, a firm fruity flavour and delicate finish.
Hancock's HB dates from at least 1925 and is a traditional Cask Ale with an aroma full of crystal toffee and pear drops, with a hint of liquorice. A touch drying, it's soft and smooth malty palate has a faintly sharp finish.
A refreshing chestnut brown beer with a complex flavour of light hops giving way to a bittersweet blend of roasted malt. Suggestions of chocolate and coffee undertones.
A well rounded premium bitter, amber in colour, clean in taste leading to a pleasant dry finish.
A straw coloured quaffing beer, with an impressive bold citrus hop aroma, fruity balanced sweetness and a lingering refreshing after-taste.
Smooth and sophisticated mango cider made with an ample portion of mango juice and Somerset cider.
A fruity medium dry cider bursting with the spectacular blend of our finest apples. A true farmhouse cloudy cider with a wonderfully smooth finish.
The fresh aroma of hops blends seamlessly with light fruity-sweet notes. In the mouth the beer feels succulent and despite its lower gravity delivers a good measure of hoppy bitterness. This is complemented by a light, almost honeyed malty sweetness.
This golden, zesty beer is laden with bittersweet flavour from Admiral and late hopped with First Gold and Cascade.
Almost golden with a strong hop aroma. A fine fresh lively session beer hopped to give a clean crisp finish of hoppy dryness and a touch of astringency.
An inviting red ale for the festive period, crisp with hints of citrus and pine sit atop a smooth sweet malt body.
This is Purbeck’s strongest cider to date – with its well-balanced flavour, it is cloudy and still, like all great traditional farmhouse ciders.