A moreish full flavoured beer with a peppery and warming taste, on the darker side than norm. Hops combine to give a rich, ripe orchard fruits flavour with a smooth bitter finish. Hops: Northdown, Fuggles, Golding and Bramling Cross.
The Mayflower set sail for America in July 1620 from Rotherhithe, under the command of Capt. Christopher Jones, a local resident, calling at Southampton and Plymouth before landing at what is now know as New Plymouth.
A deep chocolate, malty beer brewed with oranges to give it a background citrus bitterness and matured to create a classic 'old ale' style.
A golden pale ale with flavours of biscuit malt balancing a long fruity hop profile.
A straw coloured beer, dry, malty and lightly hopped. Originally brewed for St George's Day. This Beer is brewed using Pearl Pale Malt, Wheat Malt, Challenger Hops and Golding Hops.
A light, uncomplicated session bitter. Copper coloured with a bitter introduction, sweetish malt undertone and refreshing increasing bitterness.
Our flagship bitter first brewed in 2009. This Best Bitter combines four types of malts to give depth of body, with English and American hops for a pronounced hop finish.
A pale ale exploding with citrus aromas and using exclusively American hops Simcoe, Columbus and Centennial,