This American Amber Ale has beautiful citrus and pine notes that come from our generous additions of Amarillo, Centennial and Chinook hops. It is smooth and velvety in the mouth with the toasted malts giving it a medium body with hints of roasted hazelnut, toffee and caramel malt flavours. Sequoia, a beautiful beer for all occasions!
An easy-drinking golden bitter, delicately hopped.
A traditional Bristol porter aged on fresh blackberries to give a deep British berry taste that complements the rich chocolate and soft roast flavours in the beer.
Elderflower and orange Kveik pale. The 2019 Willingham Craft Beer Festival elderflower beer brewed at Three Blind Mice brewery using kveik yeast from Bone Machine Brewery and 11kg of elderflowers from Willingham village.
This golden lager is light, crisp and refreshing with subtle malty flavours and a super hoppy aroma of tropical fruits, citrus and passionfruit.
Artisan cider made by selecting the best local fruit combined with years of experience to craft ciders that our traditional, yet suit the modern palate. The sweet tasty Pineapple is balanced out by the tangy Grapefruit. English cider with a tropical twist!
Something wildly different - our brand new English cider! Wild Wave is a delicious blend of bittersweet and dessert apples. It's a bright, sparkling cider with flavours and aromas of fresh apples and mango balanced with a medium-dry finish.
English Best Bitter brewed with Crisp Extra Pale Winter Barley Malt, Crisp Munich, Crisp crystal 150 and Crisp Crystal 400, late Hopped with Challenger, and Bramling Cross.
An IPA for everyday drinking. A pale malt base gives a crisp mouthfeel that allows late-addition and dry hops to come through with a clean punchy bitterness and a good deal of hop flavour for such a light beer.
Chestnut in colour with plenty of maltiness. Balanced with late-hopped spicy character.
A rich red ale, with a zesty, lingering hop character.
Both dark and light meet in our latest beer to make this incredibly juicy, light on the palate, black beer with subtle malt flavours. Well rounded and easy to drink.
Amber, malt driven bitter, smooth and full-flavoured.
Light amber ale brewed in collaboration with Malton's Woodhams Stone historical society, which houses the breweriana of the towns earlier breweries and the last barrel coopered in Malton.
Wonderfully balanced pale ale with a huge hop aroma giving way to malty sweetness and a gentle bitter finish.
Session is a mini-IPA, punching well above its weight at 3.5% ABV. Classic US 'C' hops do the business in this one.
Extra pale, dry, with a grapefruit hop aroma.
A juicy pale ale brewed with Columbus and Mosaic hops.
The light golden colour says refreshment but this not a bland beer. The aroma is complex with different members of the NVB team noting spicy, grapefruit, lemon, and pine aromas. BSA has good body with a hint of sweetness is well balanced by a robust bitter aftertaste.
The optimum December session-able pale ale, an indulgent sweet malt body and generous cascade hopping.
Classic cask bitter.
Pale ale brewed with wheat, oats and flaked barley in the grist to smooth out the body. Whirlpooled and dry hopped with Australian Cascade and Citra. Its restrained bitterness and dry finish help maintain Pintle's all day crushability.
Ekuanot single hopped pale ale.
A robust and punchy American style IPA filled to the brim with hop character. Hops used, Cascade and Ekuanot.
Our Pale Ale aims to provide a balance between new wave hops, yeast esters, and easy drinkability. It’s full of ripe tropical fruit flavours, that linger over a finish that’s soft, juicy and low on bitterness, to leave your taste buds satisfied but your palate fresh.
The core of Kernel's range – a pale ale with an ever changing hop bill. This beer changes batch to batch but it is consistently flavourful and excellent. This version features Wai-iti, Taiheke and Simcoe hops.
Designed to pack the punchy flavours you've come to expect from us into a low-strength package. We've dedicated time to developing a beer that has enough body to balance the bold hop notes, so you'll find flavours of mandarin and grapefruit held by a smooth, firm base.
We are exploring the flavours of dark Munich malt in this German style Dunkel lager. Fermented low and slow, and then lagered at zero degrees celcius for four weeks, this beer has the crispness of a lager, the smoothness of a weizen, and the roasted flavours of an ale, served cold from the keg.
This juicy American Pale is double dry hopped with a rounded body with a soft bitterness. Juice bombs are undeniably the beer-du-jour – and this is no exception being entirely tropical in the aroma.