Golden beer with subtle hop aromas of honey and spice.
Dark, full bodied malty mild with roast malt and chocolate flavours, leading to a lingering, dry, malty finish.
Brown ales lost favour in recent years but now they are back and Old Fergie is the very best of this great beer style.
Clear golden beer with a delicately balanced taste of noble hop bitterness and unique caramel sweetness. Intensely hoppy with a balance of subtle sweetness and velvety bitterness, wrapped in a gloriously crisp body.
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Cider made the 'Udders Orchard way, matured in ex-whisky casks to give a warming depth of flavour.
Medium dry perry made using dessert pears, and a few rosy-fleshed apples, grown in Huddersfield.
Medium Sweet. A delicious cloudy cider with a full apple flavour. Made using cider fruit from Yorkshire and eating apples from Lancashire, a sweet union of two great counties.
Fruity sweet organic cider, crisp and fresh, bursting with flavour.
Taste the sense in this down to earth cider. Silly Ewe Dry Cider is very light brown in colour with oak and apples in the aroma. Packed full of rich apple flavours that provide a dry, good appley bite throughout with a refreshing and crisp taste.
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Michelin single variety cider. This apple variety has gained popularity due to it’s ability to a very reliable, heavy crop. The fruit produces a medium bittersweet cider.
Dabinett single variety cider. Originally discovered at Kingsbury Episcopi in Somerset, this cider apple will provide a bittersweet taste.
A medium, still, single varietal perry made from pears of the Winall's Longdon variety.
If you are more of a traditional cider fan this is for you. We have left it uncarbonated so the full flavour of the apple comes through. Light, refreshing and easy drinking.
Single variety Dabinett Cider from Sussex. Pressed, fermented and matured for 12 months at Kentish Pip. A dry cider with tongue tingling tannin, fruity on the nose with a smoky finish.
This medium/dry Real Cider is handmade from a variety of eating cooking and crab apples mainly from within West Berkshire which has been fermented and matured in oak rum barrels.
A more challenging cider for the connoisseur. Again, Dabbinett apples feature highly in the blend along with other traditional bitter sweets such as Harry Masters and Ellis bitters. Not so dry as to be unpleasant, just slightly sweeter to ensure a crisp balanced cider where all the flavors really shine through.
The Michelin first grown in Normandy 1872 contrasting the Dabinett producing soft flavours smooth easy drinking summer cider.
Medium, wine style cider made from Kent grown culinary and dessert apples. Our famous Strong Kentish cider is still and smooth with a refreshing apple taste. Created using the traditional Barnes' family recipe, all Biddenden’s ciders are produced from a blend of farm-pressed, quality Kentish culinary and dessert apples.
Janet’s Jungle Juice is a golden medium dry and is a three time CAMRA champion cider.
A sweet single variety cider made from apples grown in and around Husthwaite, which is known as the orchard village of North Yorkshire.
Sweet variety of our traditional farmhouse cider.
A dry cider made for festivals using mainly sharp and bitter-sharp cider fruit with the addition of some eating apples from gardens in Deanhouse.
Limited edition medium Sussex cider barrel-aged in Bourbon casks.
A very drinkable still perry, with a true pear aroma that starts with a medium sweet taste and is followed by a dry finish.
Dry, wine style cider made from Kent grown culinary and dessert apples. Our famous Strong Kentish cider is still and smooth with a refreshing apple taste. Created using the traditional Barnes' family recipe, all Biddenden’s ciders are produced from a blend of farm-pressed, quality Kentish culinary and dessert apples.
A dry eastern counties style cider handcrafted in the Yorkshire Wolds using locally sourced desert, culinary and crab apples.
An IPA that is all about hops! The Nelson Sauvin variety from New Zealand give a unique white-winey aroma. Bitterness is high, but balanced nicely by a residual malty sweetness.
This award winning, very pale brilliant blonde beer has citrus and summer fruit aromas making it an extremely refreshing ale.
Very dark mild brewed with addition of chocolate and black malt. In keeping with the beer style, hops don’t feature in the flavour profile of this beer as much as with other Great Heck beers but it’s no shrinking violet. Beautiful chocolaty, roasty flavours dominate this classic dark mild.
A dark enriched ‘black and white’ stout balanced by ploughing through roasted malts and flaked oats with a subtle bitter hop character.