For all its relatively low alcohol, Abolition’s malt bill delivers a full body. The coloured malts also add a slight sweetness as well as the ale’s warm amber hue. British hops provide an earthy aroma and mid-range bittering. Highly drinkable – you’ll never be parched again.
A proper stout with a rich roasted malt backbone, and added oats for an extra creamy finish. British WGV hops accentuate the roasted malt tones by adding herbal, earthy notes with a hint of autumn fruit on the aftertaste.
The perfect brew for the festive season - pale, fruity and very easy drinking! US grown Willamette and Cascade, give a citrus punch with a light fruity aftertaste.
Pale in colour with a citrussy hop character, underpinned by the typical Sharp's fruity character. Refreshingly crisp, light mouthfeel - very drinkable.
The brewery’s flagship beer. Well rounded, ruby red ale with a distinctive, tight creamy head. A good balance of malt, hops and bitterness.
Medium-sweet, cloudy, and slowly matured still cider made from freshly pressed apples, paired with a refreshing infusion of rhubarb juice. The well balanced, fruity taste and tart finish provides a deliciously moreish cider.
A classic North East brown ale recipe with the addition of Amarillo hops to give it a lovely peach hop aroma and flavour.
This light beer is true to a traditional Blonde style – a light malt base delightfully balanced with delicate hops. Generous amounts of wheat malt provides Seraphim’s velvet smoothness. The finish is crisp and dry with a slight sweetness. An easy-drinking light ale.
Hybrid pale, showcasing ever changing New World hops. Filled to the brim with flavour bursting aromas and tropical juiciness. Soft textured and slightly sweet with a low bitterness.
Crisp and fresh, Blonde Star is light in body but certainly not in flavour. Brim-full of lemon, grapefruit, passion fruit and pale malt. Refreshing and satisfying, this was our first beer and it’s still our biggest seller.