This beer is a single hopped beer with new British hop variety Jester, we then also dry hopped it to bring out the best of the hop. Described as fruity but not citrussy, well rounded and deceptively easy to drink.
A wonderful winter warmer. Deep amber, strong ale not for the faint hearted. A magical blend of malts with Styrian hops that give a mouth-watering hop aroma, smooth and warming malt flavours with a deep, spicy hop finish. Devilishly moreish.
A beautiful deep copper/red coloured ale, medium bodied with a rich malty flavour and fruity nose.
At 4.5% abv, this Pale Ale has a good assertive pithy bitterness and a malty backbone. It is brewed with a selection of malts: Pale Ale, Rye and Cara. We use Citra, and a blend of other American hop varieties to create some great citrus flavours.
Brewed with English Pioneer and American Citra hops, this golden thirst-quenching ale has a lemony, grape-fruity aftertaste with a crisp dry bitterness, making your taste buds yearn for more.
A chestnut, tawny red premium ale. Brewed with roasted malts and English Fuggles hops, to give a smoky, spicy hoppiness on the nose, leading to a molasses, nutty palate with a light fruity hop dryness.
A delicious full flavoured Tawny English bitter, made with traditional English Hops. Challenger and East Kent Goldings.
This legendary premium bitter combines a chestnut coloured maltiness with a well balanced citrus hoppy bitterness and aroma, matched by a clean finish. Full-bodied, easy-drinking and subtly complex.
A golden, quaffable session beer with an aromatic nose. Brewed with Pale Ale, Cara and Wheat malt, hopped and then dry-hopped with English Minstrel hops, giving a malty, easy drinking ale that’s golden in complexion with a wonderful orangey, citrus, hoppy aroma and finish.
A bronze coloured best bitter. A combination of roasted malts and rich, aromatic hops provide a well rounded flavour and a distinctive hoppy bitterness.
A robust, silky smooth porter, with an intense depth of flavour obtained from the crystal rye and Challenger hops.
Black with roasted malt, port and mature vine fruits.
This is the ideal beer for those who refuse to be jolly, since this dark golden, rich, fruity, spiced ale is guaranteed to make even the most seasoned party-pooper smile.
A strong ale that boasts aromas of toasted malt and spicy hops on the nose. Deceptively light in colour, it has a strong flavour balanced with a zingy hop bitterness and a long clean finish.
Light ruby traditional Malty best bitter, slight bitterness at the end. Wonderful to drink but do you know also the best beer you could put in a gravy or a casserole.
Our second collaboration with Newport's finest, Goldie Lookin' Chain! There are no gimmicks with this super pale Christmas Ale. It’s brewed as light as the first snow, with Super Pale and Carapils malt, then hopped so it’s as crisp as Christmas morning. The result is a super light, easy drinking beer with lots of aroma and just a little bit of bitterness. Just like that uncle that always seems to ruin your Christmas dinner.