Hopped with 3 varieties of new world hops, set against a malt backbone of 5 different malts Maris the Otter is a complex modern take on English Bitter.
Notorious pays homage to the original US 'C' hops: 4 revolutionary - now classic - hops that helped the UK fall in love with citrusy, hoppy pale ales in those heady early days of the Craft Beer Revolution. Columbus, Chinook, Cascade and Centennial combine to make a legend of a pint: citrus, sherbet, black pepper, floral, tropical and piney flavours make this an epic pour. A king of sessions, this will have you coming back for more.
Roasty and robust. It is deep, dark and rich, with layers of malty complexity to be unravelled with each sip.
Sour Citra IPA brewed with the addition of wheat, oats, and a scoop of lactose for a smooth, sweet, creamy mouthfeel - rippled through with real pineapple and mango. Smooth, sweet and medium-bodied, with a refreshing tang of Citra hops and fresh tropical fruit sorbet. Brewed in collaboration with Funky Fluid Brewery.
We put together an A team of Simcoe, Citra and Galaxy with our super fruity house yeast strain to make a classic New England IPA - just a hint of bitterness, and a balance of sharper citrus fruits to stop the tropical aroma being too sweet.
In our little town of eccentrics and artisans we like to create the unexpected and unrivalled. This lager is no exception. Clean, crisp and refreshing.
A small pale ale brewed with oats and wheat for a soft malt backbone, fermented with Kveik yeast for a fruity flavour and hopped with Citra and Nelson Sauvin.
Peach and raspberry sour. A delicately balanced peach and raspberry sour with Madagascan vanilla and lactose.
An IPA dry hopped with Strata, Simcoe and Loral.
Pale ale with Citra and Mosaic - think juicy citrus notes, with tangerine, bubblegum and berries, but thanks to our generous use of the oft-disregarded Comet in the whirlpool, we've balanced that sweetness out with piney resin to keep everything in line.
Delirium Red 8.0%
Belgium cherry double
Fuerst Wiacek Dream #7 11.6%