One Mile End’s staple IPA. Big and hoppy, it boasts a lightly sweet toffee flavour from natural caramelisation. US hops such as Mosaic and Citra cut through and liven everything up, adding tropical and blueberry notes.
A session pale ale with a variety of fruity and aromatic hops from around the globe. The malt and hop combination creates an interesting flavourful thirst-quenching beer.
Brewed using a mixture of 4 different malts together with Goldings hops to give a traditional chestnut coloured bitter.
This beer is dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is brought to an even keel by the late addition of Goldings hops and natural plum flavouring. Take the opportunity and go for the low hanging fruit, this sumptuous beer really is a plum!
Pale ale brewed with wheat, oats and flaked barley in the grist to smooth out the body. Whirlpooled and dry hopped with Australian Cascade and Citra. Its restrained bitterness and dry finish help maintain Pintle's all day crushability.
First brewed in 2007 this was meant to be a totally different beer but Jeremy aka Dad aka The Apprentice added Polish Marynka hops instead Challenger ones. The end result was so tasty and popular it's grown to be our best selling beer. Amber in colour, slightly malty with a hoppy nose. Definitely a session.
Luxurious Triple IPA made with Carapils, lager, oats and wheat malt. Fermented hot with Kveik yeast and dry hopped with Cryo Citra and Enigma hops. Decadent.
The Desert in a Can series brings you the Pineapple Upsidedown Cake. We tried to recreate the recipe and added some flavour of our own.
West Coast IPA, brewed with Falconer's Flight hops.
A clean crisp premium lager made with East Anglian malt and Czech hops.
Part of the Damn Dead Lactose Sour series. A light bodied and refreshing blackcurrant sour that strikes a nice balance between tart and sweet.
This IPA radiates citrus fruit from the moment you pour it to the second you finish that last sip with a satisfied sigh. The bright, sharp twist of bitterness on the end makes you want to dive back in for one more.
Table beer packed with Citra Incognito, Strata, Ella and Galaxy hops.
Somerset cider bursting with berry scrumptiousness. Crafted with the most sublime cherries & berries, this mouth-watering cider is sweet with a soft underlying berry flavour and bold cherry notes.
Crisp apple cider blended with Strawberry, Raspberry and Blackcurrant. Perfect over ice on a freshly mowed lawn.
Cider with russet juice and cinnamon.
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.
Smooth and sophisticated mango cider made with an ample portion of mango juice and Somerset cider.
We have blended our Somerset cider with an explosion of tropical fruits. Pink grapefruit, pineapple, mango and lime all combine to make this a succulent thirst quencher. Perfect for drinking on the beach and making you feel closer to the Caribbean with every sip.
Lilley's Lemon and Lime cider is a refreshing blend of tangy citrus fruits and crisp Somerset cider to awaken your taste buds, a real taste of summer.
We have expertly blended our crisp Somerset Cider and tangy rhubarb to make this taste sensation. Sweet and full of rhubarb flavour with a tart edge to it.
A medium low alcohol cider that is crafted out of traditional cider apples to give a full bodied yet refreshing taste.
Sweet cider infused with tart raspberry rippled through with vanilla.
Made from real apples from our own orchards and from those brought in by local people without any concentrates. It ferments with our own natural yeasts and is rarely ready for sale within one year. The Eastern Counties style lacks the head banging tannins of the West Country cousins and maintains a genuine apple flavour. The depths of flavours reflect the blend of more than 60 apple varieties.
A golden coloured refreshing cider with an appley nose and long dry finish. A quaffable well balanced flavour using dessert/culinary apples comprising our own and locally sourced Hampshire and Sussex apples and bittersweets from the West Country. The Egremont Russet and Bramley cider provide the aromatic and acidic balance and the Dabinett and Yarlington Mill cider the predominant bittersweet tannic length to the sweetness of this cider.
First press of the season. This medium/dry cider delivers super appley flavour from our farm grown Discovery apples.
Often a cloudy perry, it has good flavours despite being lower strength, which is achieved by a mixture of a 1st and 2nd pressing. The 2nd pressing has water added to re-hydrate the fruit, to assist pressing out the remaining colour, juice and flavours. Varieties include Doyenne du Comice, Thorn, Blakeney Red and Conference.
Medium/sweet cider. A mix of John O Prince, Breaburn and Spartan from Greenway Farm and Scrace Cookers have produced a strong, refreshing crisp green cider with notes of Granny Smith sweet and sharp.
Bang on trend. This sumptuous blend of cider and caramel, with just a hint of salt to soften the acidity is a massive hit with those who have a sweeter tooth. Golden in colour, with a sweet caramel aroma, this moreish cider will keep heads turning… and pints serving.
This cider won us our first award back in 2014. A soft and sweet cider with just enough bite to cleanse the palate. Needs to be respected as it can soon catch you out on a hot day.