One of our single hopped range of beers, brewed using Cascade hops from the USA. This is pale gold in colour, with a hoppy light citrus nose, a bitter citrus lemon taste and a tart citrus finish. A lovely hoppy session ale!
One time featuring Simcoe and Cryo Loral.
Sparkling and fresh, with lots of bitter dry piney hops and tropical fruits buzzing across a tart and effervescent hop laden finish.
Still brewed using a complex yeast strain, Brew XI is characterised by hop notes giving way to buttery toffee, which washes over a basket of red and green apples, bananas and plums. A rounded crystal malt tones the rapid onset but not persistent bitterness. Warm and slightly astringent with a hint of cracked vanilla pods.
Classic robust porter: black and creamy, with a heady mix of rich caramel and coffee. This is light on the hops in order to allow the malt to take charge.
Our best selling session pale has had it's annual, green-hop special day. 22kg of locally foraged cones went into this one - the very definition of local beer! Vegan friendly and brewed sustainably.
A well rounded premium bitter, amber in colour, clean in taste leading to a pleasant dry finish.
A straw coloured quaffing beer, with an impressive bold citrus hop aroma, fruity balanced sweetness and a lingering refreshing after-taste.
A refreshing chestnut brown beer with a complex flavour of light hops giving way to a bittersweet blend of roasted malt. Suggestions of chocolate and coffee undertones.
With its distinctive orange hues, this smooth, robust, naturally cloudy cider is a Somerset tradition. For those who like oak-aged cider medium dry, our cidermakers choose apples including Tremlett's Bitter for its tannins, while Dabinett brings a rich, full body.
The marrying of these three flavours, sloe, gin and cider culminate with the characteristics of a fruity cider punch.