This dark amber ale has been brewed especially to mark the planting of 19 elm trees in Toppesfield in memory of the 19 young men of the village who gave their lives during World War I.
A crisp, clean, straw coloured light bodied beer. Citra hops are prominent throughout, with a huge hoppy citrus, tropical fruit aroma and taste which leads to a generous bitterness in the finish.
Packed with tropical fruit flavour and aroma to evoke exotic adventures, light and juicy and extremely drinkable.
A rich, satisfying stout brewed with oats that invites you to take one quaff after another. Up front, it greets your tongue with a treacle edge; rather than rudely overwhelming your palate though, the bitterness quickly smooths out with silky tides of flavour and a sweet finish. Hops: Bramling Cross and Archer.
Brewed using only Maris Otter pale malt for a light golden ale with biscuity malt flavours. Mount Hood and First Gold hops give a distinctive citrus character along with a long dry bitter finish.
A smooth, easy drinking traditional bitter, made with chocolate, pale and wheat malts and WGV hops. Amber in colour and with malty and biscuit flavours.
Fresh and super juicy, our NEIPA is generously hopped with delicate varieties balancing fruit and floral notes.
All American hops doing the work on this great balanced pale ale.
A dry, still cider which is clean and crisp with banana tones. Fresh apple flavours are retained, the cider is fermented for 2 months within an oak barrel. Worringly drinkable! Produced every year by the community at the Railway Arms Pub in Saffron Walden with apples that have been donated by locals who have trees in their back gardens or by local schools or businesses.
This is a strong, dry, still, spicy cider fermented for 6 months in oak barrels to provide a crisp taste. Produced every year by the community at the Railway Arms Pub in Saffron Walden with apples that have been donated by locals who have trees in their back gardens or by local schools or businesses.