Otter Head is our strongest beer - delivering an amazing rich flavour and aroma. Otter Head has a distinctive barley wine old ale character. It has a malt, fruit sweet flavour which gives way to a long bittersweet aftertaste. It has a well balanced aroma that reflects its taste and is deep red brown in colour.
Light amber session beer hopped with Bobek and Challenger. Great aroma of hops and malt with deep long bittersweet finish.
An exceptional example of the Special Bitter beer style, offering substance and depth of flavour without compromising balance and drinkability. An aroma of inviting roasted and dark berry notes gives way to sumptuous, fruity, malty flavour and a moreish hop finish.
Golden with a subtle orange aroma, gentle but persuasive bitterness.
Old Rosie is the name given to our 1921 Aveling and Porter steam roller, that still sits in our yard in Herefordshire. Strong, reliable and so loved by everyone in the Westons family, we named this cloudy cider in her honour. Light, crisp and dry, this truly old fashioned cloudy cider is slowly matured and left unfiltered.
A deliciously light cider complimented with traditional, mouth-watering rhubarb.
Made with plenty of scrumpy soul. Not every cloudy cider has to be a challenge, Devon Mist is a gentle joy. Rich autumnal fruit with a perceptible sparkle and satisfying finish.
A champion scrumpy that is a well-rounded, still, medium cider. Blended to show off our fruits natural depth and character, Devon Scrumpy is the perfect balance of tradition and innovation.
This is a blend of this cider-maker’s award-winning perry and Katy cider, resulting in a smooth, wine-like pear flavour, balanced with a crisp apple bite.
Bushey Farm is home to plenty of berry bingers, thankfully there's enough left to freshly press into Bushey Berry - an expertly balanced cider with a punchy apple flavour and British berry kick.
With its distinctive orange hues, this smooth, robust, naturally cloudy cider is a Somerset tradition. For those who like oak-aged cider medium dry, our cidermakers choose apples including Tremlett’s Bitter for its tannins, while Dabinett brings a rich, full body.
Pale in colour with a citrussy hop character, underpinned by the typical Sharp's fruity character. Refreshingly crisp, light mouthfeel - very drinkable.