A radically different beer... it has roast barley added to the pale and crystal malts. It has a deep burnished copper colour, a rich port wine aroma, a big chocolate and creamy malt palate and a dry, grainy, roasty finish balanced by hop bitterness and tart fruit. It is a remarkably complex beer that deepens and changes as you sup it. Roger Protz - CAMRA.
A Japanese friend returns to Cotleigh Brewery! Golden, complex Sorachi hop flavours, grapefruit finish.
This light igniting ale flickers complex fruits across your tongue leaving a dry fruity bitter finish smothering your thirst. Inferno uses a blend of five different hops from the Yakima Valley to create its floral aroma and unique flavour.
A heap of Topaz hops take the fore on this one with that classic 'Wilde Child' haze to boot. Seriously smashable session beer.
This blend of six malts, five hops and roasted barley speaks to the diversity that has characterized the Portobello Road for almost a hundred years. Expect coffee and chocolate notes with warming alcohol on the finish - and to go home having spent more than you were planning to!
Well balanced copper coloured session ale, light and refreshing.
A pale ale with a delicate biscuit malt.
A deep, rich plum crumble porter made with muscovado sugar, vanilla and plums.