A Best Bitter brewed in a traditional Sussex style using Maris Otter, Crystal and Chocolate malts with East Kent Golding hops. Typical of Dark Star ales, the Best Bitter relies on the heavy handed addition of aromatic hops late in the boil.
Soft, juicy and packed with the freshest hops. Expect light and balanced flavours of citrus and pine.
A rounded and flavourful stout brewed with UK hops and using 6 different malts. Dark chocolate and sweet coffee notes.
This full-bodied, malty beer is a great partner to robust flavours. A delicate apricot aroma is followed by peach and toffee on the palate and a toasted bitter finish.
Refreshingly zesty, easy drinking, light session pale ale, with floral, tropical fruit and pine notes.
Malt flavours and citric notes from Bobek, Goldings and Cascade hops dominate this deep golden ale with a subtle hint of lemon.
A classic best bitter with a fruity aroma and flavour. Made with British malt and hops.
This very pale hoppy ale is made from low colour Maris Otter malt. A combination of three high-alpha American hops produce an intensely aromatic and resinous finish.
An oldie but a goodie. The recipe's been around for yonks. Clear, bright and full flavoured with a malty, biscuit taste.
This moreish little number is a riot of four different hops giving it a fruity/hoppy nose and a malty hop flavour. It’s all going on and not at all predictable.
Over 600 years of heritage has gone into this new stout that is brewed with Lindisfarne Oysters, grown on the Oyster beds set up in the 14th Century by the Monks of Holy Island.
Pale in colour with a citrussy hop character, underpinned by the typical Sharp's fruity character. Refreshingly crisp, light mouthfeel - very drinkable.
Dark gold bitter with distinctive citrus fruit notes apparent in the aroma, toffee and vanilla in the taste with a long bittersweet finish.