A golden session IPA infused with fresh lemon zest to enhance the Citra hops and give a long refreshing finish.
A trendsetter in the brewing industry; the original Summer ale brewed all year round. An extremely pleasant bitter, straw coloured beer with a terrific fresh, hoppy aroma. This, coupled with an intense bitterness, leads to an excellent long, dry finish. Probably the beer to receive the most awards in Britain!
This is a near black beer that's been infused with loads of big American hops. The aroma is one of an IPA and the initial flavours are similar. The end, however, brings in slight chocolate flavours that dwell within the darkness of this grand beer. This is truly special.
A New England Tropical Milkshake IPA, and it is seriously juicy. More than a hatful of Citra in the dryhop, New England yeast, a big old dose of tropical fruit juice, and lactose milk sugar to smooth and round thing out. 7 percent of juicy gold.
The hop hit of a US IPA, with the sessionability of a classic UK pale ale. Centennial, Mosaic and Comet hops dominate this beer, contributing a big tangerine aroma and long, quenching citrus pith flavour which goes on and on and on.
This is a desert in a glass. Layers of raspberry aromas are followed by smooth, creamy coconut flavours with a hint of chocolate.
Citrus overload with a Citra single hope pale ale.
Honey coloured, wildflower nose with almond notes, hints of bittersweet and a lingering dry finish. Using locally sourced Hampshire and Sussex apples and bittersweets from the West Country.
The Moorland Farmer's always liked for a drop of Mr Hunt's cider to be sent up each Summer. Mixing in the Blackcurrant crop, they'd warn against too much afore setting out anywhere.