Awaiting tastings notes from brewer.
A pale mash hopped ale. Orangey hop aroma with a grassy hint. Citrus fruit and slightly sweet, a dry finish makes it a perfectly good sessionable bitter.
A traditional session bitter, amber gold in colour with a fruity hoppy taste. Nice and refreshing.
Hand crafted Pyder.
A full bodied cider, made with a mixed blend of apples. May cause serious enjoyment.
Well rounded, easy to drink, still dry cider, made on the family farm from a blend of bitter sweet and sharp cider apples Dabinett, Michelin and a smattering of Kingston Black the old cidermakers favourite.
A beautifully crisp, golden craft cider drawn from ancient Herefordshire orchards, lying in the shadows of the black mountains. The magical, mystical elixir could fetch Kings off Thrones! Made with Herefordshire cider apples.
A dark bitter brewed with chocolate malt, giving it plenty of body without being heavy.
Big news big news! The Corvedale Brewery turns the big 20 years old this month! Congrats to the boss man for all his hard work and beer-dedication.
Brewed in honour of the mascot of the now defunct Staffordshire Regiment and his handler. Colour Sergeant Watchman III, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, was a regular at the Brewery tap, until his death in June 1998, but never drank on duty. Hops used are Challenger.
A burnished golden ale single hopped with Sovereign, delicately flavoured with some dry hops in the cask.
Very dark brown, fruity beer with distinctive bitter-sweet finish.
A crisp citrussy pale ale.
Brewed with English Maris Otter malted barley, and three varieties of English hops (Target, Goldings & Progress). Our aim was to create an easy drinking bitter inspired by many of the great brewers of the Black Country. It is amber in colour with complex earthy flavours.
A strong brown ale with sumptuous Crystal malt flavours, triple late hopped with a combination of Fuggles, Challenger, and Goldings hops.