Very dark brown, fruity beer with distinctive bitter-sweet finish.
All new hop forward American super pale ale.
Pale and quenching yet bursting with passionfruit, mango, blueberry, and citrus aromas courtesy of a Chinook and Citra base and a double dose of Simcoe and Mosaic dry hop.
Deep ruby, softly hopped, strong ale. The malty flavours and aromas are twinned with a gentle sweetness in this traditional bitter.
Session Vienna style beer. Pale in colour with an orange hue. Smooth, slightly sweet malty beer. Floral and pine on the nose with orange and pine flavours finishing with soft tropical fruit.
Lightly golden Helles lager with a bubbly, medium white head that steadily shrinks to a thin foamy lace, the aroma is soft and sweet with grain and very flowery hops.
A well balanced, full bodied flavoursome Bavarian beer with a smooth aromatic hop taste. Cool, refreshing session beer with an intense yellow/golden appearance and great ability to produce an excellent head.
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 fruity cider – gorgeous pink colour – made from 100% cider apples on their Herefordshire farm – intense fruity aroma – very drinkable!!!
Thundering Molly is a well rounded medium cider. Fresh and fruity with a lovely apple aroma. Gorgeous golden colour and a balanced finish. Made on our Herefordshire farm from 100% cider apples. Made from a blend of bitter sweet and sharp cider apples.
Matured in ex-Glen Moray (previously Glenglassaugh Distillery) whisky casks this is a dry and subtle cider. Infused with mellow, vanilla oak of the cask. A refreshing, complex drink to be savoured.
A cider liberally imparted with orange and cinnamon. Enjoy warm in the winter as an alternative to mulled cider or wine, or cold over ice in the summer.
The marrying of these three flavours, sloe, gin and cider culminate with the characteristics of a fruity cider punch.
A copper coloured session beer.
A light bitter, with distinct grapefruit aftertaste. First produced in Summer 2012 as an Olympic beer, the original proved so popular it was renamed after a local landmark and brought back as a permanent resident on our cask list.
Delicious malty, caramel and liquorice flavours combine wonderfully in a smooth drinking velvety, oatmeal stout with a freshly roasted coffee and toffee finish.