Heresy is the holy grail of golden ale. Top-notch pale ale malt and Challenger hops commit the brew to spicy bitterness before Goldings set about delivering citrus and florals. This is resolute refreshment.
This light igniting ale flickers complex fruits across your tongue leaving a dry fruity bitter finish smothering your thirst. Inferno uses a blend of five different hops from the Yakima Valley to create its floral aroma and unique flavour.
Hops, hops and more hops, although this is not just another one dimensional ‘lupin fest’. Cara, Munich and Rye Crystal malts provide a robust base for this punchy American West Coast IPA style beer brewed with American hops; Amarillo, Cascade, Simcoe and Citra.
English Fuggles and Goldings do a sterling job of balancing crystal and pale ale malts, working their hops off for a floral aroma and a satisfying bitterness that is subtle but, like us, in it for the long haul.
Originally a collab with our friends at Electric Nurse, this is a deliciously sticky, fruity and bold beer. that drinks easy for its strength. It boasts chewy toffee and date-notes with a spicy edge that is subtly reminiscent of Swedish gingerbread.
This exotic sour will definitely bring rays of sunshine to your soul. With hints of smooth vanilla, mouth-watering mango and a punch of passionfruit, it really allows you to create your own paradise. Especially when drinking it in the sun!
Sweet, roast malts, big coffee and chocolate all star in this beer. Brewed with lactose to smooth the bitterness of darker malts and add a light creaminess to this sessionable dark beer. We use wonderful whole bean Hasbean coffee for this brew.
Orr best-selling, classic Czech Pilsner has plenty of body. Floral and citrus notes in the aroma are followed up with subtle lemon and honey in the flavour, beautifully balanced by a dry bitterness and a spicy burst that lingers in the aftertaste.
A fruity and refreshing blend of our Medium Apple Cider infused with white peach.
Still, wine-like and easy-drinking. Medium-sweet, unfiltered.
An easy drinking traditional cloudy medium dry cider blended to give a fresh apple flavour with hints of citrus and spice.
Originally brewed as a one-off, this recipe was so well received that we had to bring it back... again and again. Each edition of this recurring Pale Ale pairs Citra with another of our favourite hops and this time it's Mosaic.
A dark and foreboding ale, London Porter is a brew of mystery and intrigue. Hidden within its shadowy depths are lurking notes of coffee, chocolate and smoke. Just like its namesake city, there is always more to discover in London Porters unlit complexity.
This best bitter is a modern take on the ales that were historically brewed in the Lea Valley. It combines a traditional British malt base with an international line-up of hops, including one of our favourites – the English hop Archer, which has a rich stonefruit note to it.
Pastry stouts are all the rage in the craft beer world these days and we wanted to do one our way, that we want to drink: a golden stout, loaded with vanilla, coffee, tonka, liquorice, and chocolate. It's rich and decadent, and packed with flavour.
A juicy and dank pale packed with a trio of US hops. Overripe tropical fruit, a rich mouthfeel and a quick, smooth finish.