A traditional deep amber coloured bitter brewed with Nelson Sauvin hop from New Zealand. The aroma is fruity and hoppy and on the palate; there is a slightly sweet maltiness that balances an easy going bitterness that is followed by hints of gooseberry, elderflower and grape in the finish.
Rich black creamy stout with satisfying malt flavours of espresso coffee, dark chocolate and a hint of dark fruit.
Our 2019 reworking of our Best Bitter! We have slightly altered the recipe and rejigged the hop regime slightly to make our Best Bitter even better.
Medium dry cider made in the depths of the Dengie Peninsular in Essex.
First brewed in 2007 this was meant to be a totally different beer but Jeremy aka Dad aka The Apprentice added Polish Marynka hops instead Challenger ones. The end result was so tasty and popular it's grown to be our best selling beer. Amber in colour, slightly malty with a hoppy nose. Definitely a session.
A spicy red ale with a blend of malts including dark crystal for colour, and some big American hops for flavour and aroma.
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.
This is a gloriously refreshing beer that we make whenever we have a gap in the brew schedule, quaffable, full of flavour with a citrus & floral aroma from a blend of US Galena, Columbus, Cascade and El Dorado hops. As ever with our beers the malted barley is from East Anglia.
Our most traditional beer - a British best bitter, hopped with suitably titled seafaring hops; Admiral and Columbus.
Our hoppy English IPA brewed in collaboration with the Heavy Rock Band of the same name. Brewed in the style of American IPAs but with purely British ingredients.