Wonderful, refreshing zesty aromas top off a pale, light biscuity body. Sweetness and bitterness combine in a hugely satisfying session beer.
Smooth and malty dark mild for drinking in quantity! Fruity and full – the use of roast barley in the mash provides not only deep-ruby colour, but also a subtle, clean and dry flavour.
Full bodied, traditional-style mid-brown “best” brewed from 100% English barley malt and copious English Challenger and Boadicea hops, which shine through. This is a great beer of its type and a classic session beer.
Golden amber and flavoured with outstanding US Citra and Mosaic hops.
Very pale with delicious (and outrageously expensive!) US Amarillo hops, which are earthily aromatic and the beer, highly drinkable. Yakima Valley is the area of Washington State in which the hops are grown.
Supreme Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British Beer Festival 2005 AND 2006, this multi-award-winning beer is pale, refreshing and extravagantly hoppy with gorgeous aromas of tropical fruits. Brewed with 100% extra-pale English barley malt and flavoured with heaps of choicest Brewers Gold hops, sourced with care from small-scale growers in the Hallertau.
A superb premium golden ale with wonderful aromas of Amarillo hops and a lasting spicy and orangy flavour. Cara malt provides a little burnished colour, but the light body belies its strength. Dangerously drinkable!
A sweet but incredibly refreshing perry with a glorious fresh-tasting pear flavour and a wonderful pear aroma.
Old Rosie is the name given to our 1921 Aveling and Porter steam roller, that still sits in our yard in Herefordshire. Strong, reliable and so loved by everyone in the Westons family, we named this cloudy cider in her honour. Light, crisp and dry, this truly old fashioned cloudy cider is slowly matured and left unfiltered.
An easy drinking traditional cloudy medium dry cider blended to give a fresh apple flavour with hints of citrus and spice.
Fruity plum coloured medium cider with an apple aroma.
Warming, smooth and invigorating dark ale for the winter months. There aren’t any hops to speak of, really.