Light golden ale, late hopped with the English Northdown variety, providing a wet pine forest aroma. A light malty pallet, bittered by English Progress hops to provide a mature bitterness.
A pale easy drinking summer ale with a hint of tropical fruits.
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 refreshing quaffing ale for the thirsty factory workers, and first brewed by the old NB in the 1880s. Slightly paler than traditional bitter beers of the time it was the forerunner of IPA for which the brewery became famous throughout the British Empire.
Powerful fruitiness, with flavours reminiscent of redcurrants, raspberries and strawberries intermingled with citrus notes. The fruitiness is balanced out by the famous Ruddles bitterness and by a delicate aroma.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
An easy-drinking American style pale ale bursting with fruity citrus hop aroma and flavour. Dry-hopped with a quartet of four American hop varieties - Chinook, Cascade, Columbus and Centennial. Collaboration with Shipyard Brewing Company.