Very pale and spectacularly thirst-quenching. Three different hops give this beer a delightful citrus nose.
A double IPA brewed in collaboration with Verdant. This big full bodied DIPA is packed full wheat and oats, providing an insane amount of chewy creamy body, married perfectly with vast amounts of Cashmere and Bru-1 hops, giving a big pineapple, mango and tropical fruit cocktail.
Session IPA dry hopped with Amarillo and Ekuanot.
An accessible and approachable Pale Ale made independently in Scotland. Stripped back and sessionable, this is craft beer for the people. Light hints of pear and banana sit on a caramel and biscuit malt backbone. Suitable for any occasion, this easy going pale ale is ready to rock when you, or anyone else, is.
A citrus dominated India Pale Ale, its immediate impression is soft and smooth yet builds to a crescendo of massive hoppiness accentuated by honey. An enduring, bitter finish.
A full-bodied stout, with a medium thick creamy head, with aromas of coffee, fruity liquorice and warm toast and lingering bitter dark chocolate aftertaste. Kept in line with classic London style, this dark beer is a perfect winter beverage kept light enough to bring joy in higher temperatures.
Heavily hopped with Saaz in the whirlpool this beer is so fresh and so clean! With an all German Pils malt grist, a light dry hop addition of Mandarina Bavaria Tettnang, a full lagering process and a high carbonation; this lager is smooth, frothy and fragrant with aromatics and finishes with refreshing bitterness that keeps you coming back for more. Collaboration with Temescal Brewing.
A light drinking, medium dry cider, made with Yarlington Mill and Dabinette cider apples to produce a stunning refreshing drink, full of fruit flavour.
A well balanced perry with subtle honey notes. Produeced from super ripe Comice pears.
Crisp apple cider blended with Strawberry, Raspberry and Blackcurrant. Perfect over ice on a freshly mowed lawn.
A Transpacific Pale Ale with New Zealand Pacific Gem and American Citra hops that give tropical fruit nose. Mango, peach and passion-fruit flavours carry into the taste and are balanced with light malt sweetness.
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.
English malt back bone, bittered with Anglo/Euro hops in the shape of Target and Aurora, then dry hopped with the same again. American yeast to keep esters at bay, so all that fruity punch comes just from the hops. Making a clean, bitter IPA with loads of fruity hop character, the way we think it should be.
This is brewed with a base of ten malts along with honey, molasses, oats and freshly roasted coffee beans making it a dark, rich, complex experience.
With a low ABV beer it is difficult to smack you over the head with hops, however we have thought of a way around this…Little Things that Kill will sneak round behind you, cut your hamstrings, then when you are on the ground, smack you over the head with hops. This beer will have the same malt and body each time, but the hops will change depending on the whim of the brewers.
A Sour Kviek IPA, brewed in collaboration with Gorilla Brewing in South Korea. Classic American 'C' hops, with healthy blast of Sorachi Ace, bring pineapple, coconut and passionfruit on the nose. This follows through with just enough tartness on the palate for a refreshing, sour hit.
Low on ABV, high on flavour. A beer showcasing our two main loves; good beer and heavy music. The kind of tipple you can have a couple of at a gig, with less of a struggle to work the next day.
This DDH Oat Pale Ale is a beer for all occasions. Just on the upper ends of a session beer, at 4% and a full on flavour and body. Pouring a deep orange with slight haze, as you would expect from the oats and wheat. The aroma is citrus and tropical fruits, which follows onto the palate and coats the mouth with each and every sip.
One of the very first beers we brewed as a brewery, and still a solid staff favourite. English malt backbone, bittered with Anglo/Euro hops in the shape of Target and Aurora, then dry hopped with the same again, but with a bit of U.S. hops too. This year we fermented with Kveik yeast from Norway, layering up and adding to all those fruity characteristics. All this making a clean, bitter IPA with loads of fruity hop character, the way we think it should be. With Hasbean coffee and orange additions for a fruity, zesty kick.
Lagers have a bad reputation in history so this is our attempt to avenge that. Each changing dry-hop profile is unrelenting in being aromatic & flavourful. Each hopping schedule is calculated & well executed in the final beer. Clean, crisp and unrelenting in flavour and aroma, based on our hops of choice.
Our monstrous collab with home brew club Beer Boars, and our first ever NEIPA. With lashing of Simcoe, Ekuanot, Mosaic and Citra thrown in at the very end of the boil, then again after some cooling. Combine this with English ale yeast, oats and wheat in the grain bill, a low IBU and two full on blasts of dry hopping, expect an amped up hoppy beast of an IPA bursting at the seams with character.