The aroma is intense with malt and copious resinous hops. The flavour is amazingly rich, which is balanced by truckloads of leafy hops, spice and citrus.
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.
A light, bright and fruit-forward Pale Ale, currently showcasing the El Dorado hop. Aromas are of delicate tropical and stone fruit. The beer has a light body, with a crisp, dry finish.
An English IPA, floral with earthy hints of blackcurrant, honey and spice with a delicate citrus aroma.
Akin to Poe’s ebony bird, this brew is much more than meets the eye. Oats and a multitude of malts give this sweet stout its sumptuous base. Expect bitter, yet silky chocolateyness from cocoa nibs and chocolate malt, giving way to the smoky sweetness from ageing in bourbon liquor oak casks. The Raven is a moreish combination and certainly not a case of ‘nevermore’.
A top fermented fruity, aromatic and lively, full-bodied beer. Our wheat beer has a natural yeast cloudiness with a yeast sediment. Easy drinking with soft floral flavours.
Golden, immensely hoppy and alive with grapefruit, peach and mango. A West Coast IPA full of flavour but subtle with bitterness.
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.
Golden medium cider with a refreshing apple aroma. Smooth balanced flavour that has a fresh, crisp sharpness.
Satisfyingly sweet and refreshingly tart, perfectly ripe Raspberries are a fabulous addition to this masterfully crafted Devon cider.
Made from the deep, dark and mysterious apples that mature right at the end of the harvest season. Often being pressed as Autumn really sets itself towards Winter, the fruit has usually been quietly maturing in cool orchard grass for a while before we get our hands on it. The resulting cider is rich with lots of smooth tannin and an array of interesting flavours including a hint of apple pie. Delicious! This is the dry version.
We dropped beer for cider and have worked hard (see what we did there?) with Hogan's to create this 5.5% fruity number. Crisp, tangy and super drinkable. This is hard cider at its best. How do you like them apples?!
A perfectly balanced, refreshing, medium cider named after the rich red soil that gives our orchards their distinctive quality.