Light, hoppy pale ale with citrus and passion fruit flavours.
Packed with flavour, courtesy of a full and rounded malt bill, consisting of Munich and Dark Crystal with the addition of oats, providing a rich red hue to the beer and triple hopped with Challenger and Bramling Cross.
Lots of Oats and Wheat in the mash, obscene amounts of post boil and dry hops and a fruity yeast strain combine to create a super juicy, super drinkable Pale Ale. Naturally hazy.
Roasted malt start, leading to a sweet finish. Toasted granary bread dark malts collide with Kentish Challenger whole green hops finishing with a hoppy bitterness on the palette.
A full bodied IPA with a wonderful ruby red hue provided by the rye malt, giving way to rich caramel and chewy toffee notes, finishing with a soft dry bitterness.
Light and fruity real cider with a clean fresh finish and elegant bouquet to enhance your drinking pleasure.
Starting out slightly dry then quickly giving way to sweetness and traces of oak, with a sherbet like finish, well worth spending an afternoon sipping to.
A full-bodied porter with coffee and chocolate undertones.
A modern version of a traditional Best Bitter, copper-coloured and brewed only with British hops to produce an aromatic ale with a clean bitterness.
Our rotating hop IPA. A light, crackery malt base which rotates each time it's brewed. The First version has lashings of Summit and Mandarina Bavaria which add a smooth bitterness and hints of orange and grapefruit. Keep your eyes out for forthcoming hop combos.
Light, subtle biscuit malt tones lead to a full bodied and robust mouth feel. The Simcoe and Chinook hops allow for citrus fruits to flow through the aroma and into the taste which then subside into a delicate bitterness.
A full bodied stout with flavours of coffee and liquorice. Brewed with naked and malted oats for added texture and creamy head.