A beer which really needs no introduction. Arguably the most decorated beer in recent British brewing history. A rich, complex, dark ruby porter from an 1872 recipe. It has an old port nose, coffee and bitter chocolate flavours from four malts including finest Maris Otter and English hops. Supreme Champion Beer of Britain. Three times National Winter Ales Champion.
This grown up fruit salad is as colourful as the most hideous Hawaiian shirt you've ever seen. It's super juicy and crammed full of fruity hop flavours that will have your mouth watering. Packed full of American hops, amplified by peach, passionfruit, pineapple and mango flavours. Previously called Clwb Tropicana.
A smooth pale ale brewed with Australian hops. With a smooth bitterness and a peachy aroma finished with a well balanced tropical fruity flavour.
An incresingly dry, hoppy, bitter finish complements the spicy, citrus character of this full-flavoured and well balanced amber beer.
Inspired by the fixed wheel couriers of the west coast, this American inspired IPA has no brakes and is packed full of classic American hops delivering upfront fruity citrus flavours, English malts add some balance to the hops with a touch of sweetness.
Single hopped pale ale with an all Sabro hop bill giving massive flavours of lime and tropical fruit.
Mid-straw coloured beer with aromas of tropical fruit and mangoes. The beer is sweet all the way through, balanced by some bitterness at the finish. Flavours are fruity with toffee apples and bananas. A clean tasting beer, sweetish but not cloying. Characteristic hop aromas come from British hops, but this is not too floral. Hints of lychee as it goes down. Very drinkable.
House bitter developed to meet the tastes of the regular patrons of The Jolly Crispin. There they like their beers pale, with a slight citrus flavour and bitter, this is by far the bitterest ale we make.
A light refreshing beer with pungent grapefruit, lychee and gooseberry aromas leading to a dry, bitter finish.
Intensely hoppy and full-bodied golden best bitter. Tropical fruit flavours provide a counterpoint to the grapefruit hoppy character. An abiding dryness develops.