A rich auburn ale with complex malty flavours and a richness balanced by the clean hoppy finish. A signature brew for Henry Hobson that embodies the Hobsons art of brewing beyond their weight. Old Henry is a premium British ale brewed with the finest local Maris Otter barley and Worcestershire hops - Goldings and Challenger.
A single-hopped Best Bitter, brewed with Fuggles hops from Hukins Hops. Refreshing and smooth, Best has notes of caramel and biscuit, and a lovely grassy, herbal freshness that makes you want to reach for another one.
A gold coloured beer, light on the palate with a smooth bitter finish.
A delicious porter with hints of blackcurrant and grapefruit, followed up with a bite of black cherry.
West Coast American IPA brewed with tons of Simcoe, Columbus, Centennial and Amarillo hops. This beer packs a flavour punch, with some Crystal Malts to add some a pleasant sweet caramel undertone to the beer. Rather easy drinking for 7.0%
A classic Czech Pilsner with plenty of body at 4.9%. Floral, citrus notes in the aroma are followed up with some dominant bittering hop characteristics.
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.
Bursting with fruit and flavour. Made purely from local black cherries and apple juice, this old favourite is one of our best sellers.
Bang on trend. This sumptuous blend of cider and caramel, with just a hint of salt to soften the acidity is a massive hit with those who have a sweeter tooth. Golden in colour, with a sweet caramel aroma, this moreish cider will keep heads turning… and pints serving.
A fruity and refreshing blend of our Medium Apple Cider infused with mango.
Cracklin’ Rosie is a 4.5% perry – made from 100% pressed pear juice. It is a medium perry and the taste is fine and delicate – it is light in colour with a very slight green hue.
Well rounded, easy to drink, still dry cider, made on the family farm from a blend of bitter sweet and sharp cider apples Dabinett, Michelin and a smattering of Kingston Black the old cidermakers favourite.
Gently spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves this really is like apple pie in a glass! Can also be warmed up as a mulled cider.
An easy drinking traditional cloudy medium dry cider blended to give a fresh apple flavour with hints of citrus and spice.
Our take on the traditional English brown ale. This is a well balanced, full bodied beer brewed with all-British barley and Golden Naked Oats, coupled with Willamette hops from the USA. Earthy aromas and flavours of demerera and hazelnuts. It’s a hug in a glass.
Even though it is just 2.8%, it tastes like a good 4% session beer. As Roger Protz says in his book 300 Beers To Try Before You Die, it’s a most remarkable beer.
A rich and warming dark porter, smooth and creamy with treacle helping to produce a hint of smokiness in the finish. Brewed with Phoenix, Bullion and Brambling Cross hops.
This quaffable best bitter is a golden sunset colour, with floral hints of lemon and subtle spice in the aroma, leading to gentle English hop flavours and a refreshing, zesty character.
A light, fresh and sessionable golden ale. Single hopped, during the boil and following fermentation, with lashings of Citra hops for a clean citrus flavour.
Our autumnal beer, dark, smooth and warming, with a background of liquorice and burnt toast. Brewed from a King and Barnes recipe, it is a real hark back to the past. Primed with molasses sugar, Horsham Old is launched on the first Friday in October with it’s own festival in the brewery.
Hopped with Simcoe in the boil and dry-hopped with Citra and Mosaic, this beer has bold, juicy citrus flavours and a tropical fruit character; think cantaloupe melon or papaya. With a low bitterness and refreshing body, this beer feels like a good way to kick off spring.