An award-winning modern IPA, packed full of citrus, pineapple and grapefruit resinous flavours with a fine crisp bitter finish.
Otter Ale is a very well balanced beer that delivers the flavours of quality floor malted barley and finishes with a combination of fruit and some bitterness. It's nose is a balance of malt and fruit.
A full-bodied, deep golden brown beer, Jail Ale has a well-rounded flavour and a rich, moreish aftertaste. We’re proud to have achieved many top awards with Jail Ale in the Premium Bitter categories at numerous beer festivals.
The intention was to brew a changing monthly blonde beer that is lighter than the Ale. Brewed with low colour barley, complementing the hefty amount of American and Australian new world hops.
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.
This is Purbeck’s strongest cider to date – with its well-balanced flavour, it is cloudy and still, like all great traditional farmhouse ciders.
The richness of exotic mango has been expertly blended with the juice of our homegrown Herefordshire cider apples. With a lightly balanced sweetness, this smooth and sophisticated crafty drop is an easy drinking taste of the tropics.
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.
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.
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.
Rhubarb juice combined with Herefordshire Cider to produce a taste of the English Countryside. A medium cider with the subtle tart of rhubarb juice.