An extra pale ale with a prominent citrus hop aroma and finish.
This golden, zesty beer is laden with bittersweet flavour from Admiral and late hopped with First Gold and Cascade.
An assalt of aromatic citrus hop, a hoppy, fruity and grassy bittersweet palate and an uncompromising dry, bitter aftertaste characterise this impressive straw-coloured ale.
A pale juicy ale, centered and brewed around one of our most successful specials, Where Friendship Begins.
Our Best Bitter, no contemporary twists, no gimmicks, just a true celebration of a style enjoyed for generations. Using English hops to provide a subtle bitterness that balances a biscuit sweet malty overtone.
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.
An IPA as an IPA should be: packed with a full malty flavour and a strong complex hop finish imparted by Styrian Goldings and Fuggles.
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.
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 straw coloured quaffing beer, with an impressive bold citrus hop aroma, fruity balanced sweetness and a lingering refreshing after-taste.
A well rounded premium bitter, amber in colour, clean in taste leading to a pleasant dry finish.
A fruity medium dry cider bursting with the spectacular blend of our finest apples. A true farmhouse cloudy cider with a wonderfully smooth finish.
This is the very first cider I produced. Giving you the dry refreshing taste and velvety tones of cider made in the traditional way, best served icecold, after a hard days work or on one of those longingly wanted hot summer days.