A red amber rye beer with aromas of sweet malt, orange and light spice. Smooth on the mouth, this festive treat promises flavours of rounded malt and sweet orange that give way to a bitter zesty finish.
Special brew for our friends at South West Silents celebrating Bristolian William Friese-Greene, a founding father of British film. Golden, fruity and hoppy. A deliciously refreshing brew, unfined* for yet more flavour from the suitably pioneering Rakau hops.
A second collab brew with Edge Brewing. We've tried a new IPA style - Brut IPA. Enzymes break down the complex wort sugars into easily fermentable glucose, resulting in a bone-dry IPA backed up by high carbonation. We fulfilled a long standing idea, to brew with grapes alongside Nelson Sauvin hops. The hop line up was also backed up with Halllertau Blanc, Citra BBC and Ekuanot Cryo pellets for a soft but crisp, resinous IPA full of juicy grape, elderflower, apricot and lime zest flavours.
Mosaic of Rye combines Mosaic hops with rye malt to create a delicious IPA. Belgian Special B malt provides a smooth fruity backbone that plays perfectly into the modern American hops.
We wanted to create a light, crisp, punchy, go to beer! A beer that you know you can pick up and appreciate or simply get it down ya neck. Extra pale base malts are used to keep it crisp and give the hops a great platform to dance on. Masses of hop additions during the whirlpool and a huge dose of dry hops make this a brilliantly 'easy' IPA.
A rich chocolate milk stout with roasted cocoa nibs and a ludicrous amount of cinder toffee. Collaboration with Hale Brewing.
Extra creamy due to a double dose of lactose, and filled with Christmassy aromas thanks to delicate additions of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla. Rich and velvety - it's a liquid Christmas.
A 4.5% pale ale with spicy, grassy aromas and a taste of grapefruit and apricot. Undercurrent is part pale, part oats and part caramel barley. Her swirls of bold, bready and nutty malt whirl into a concoction of spicy, citrus, floral hops. Mystery lurks in those cascade and palisade hops.
This marshmallow porter has the classic roasty qualities of a proper dark ale, whilst the marshmallow gives it a smooth sweetness, both combining for a delightful, S’mores-like ale. A sweet treat for the cold winter nights.
Beer re-made by Edinburgh. We’re starting with lager. That most taken for granted, everyday of beers is actually one of the most complex from a brewing perspective, and given due care and imagination really can be sublime.
As the name suggests, our 4.5% blend is based on the Harry Master’s Jersey apples sourced straight from the farm in Somerset. Towards the sweeter end of the scale, with enough character to be different but not too challenging.
Unique Porter using US Cascade hops in balance with smooth roast malt; not a black IPA, something hoppy yet more mellow to ease into Autumn. Cascadia is a ghost town in Oregon, the original home of Cascade hops.
We’ve used a beech wood smoked malt to give our porter its subtle smoky character. Expect aromas of dark sugar and stone fruits. Deliciously balanced and smooth on the mouth with a warming lingering smoky finish.
A blend of two American hop varieties, ever-popular Citra and the relatively new El Dorado for a juicy, fruity, delightfully citrus-scented hoppy taste. Unfined for yet more body band flavour.