The Black Bear
Wool, BH20 6BP

The Black Bear
Wool, BH20 6BP

Cask Beers Available

Cask Beers Available

Theakston - Lightfoot

Lightfoot - 4.1%



4.1% abv

A very pale, straw-coloured ale served using a special blend to give a delicious peach-like flavour, balanced by a generous mix of traditional hops.

Dorset - Jurassic

Jurassic - 4.2%



4.2% abv

Crisp golden ale with hints of apricot, lasting bitterness and a clean citrus aroma.

Flack's - Flack's Double Drop

Flack's Double Drop - 3.7%

Flack's Double Drop


3.7% abv

A classic amber bitter with the full flavour of Maris Otter barley and the bitter citrus after notes of Sovereign hops.

Ciders & Perries Available

Thatchers - Haze

Haze - 4.5%



4.5% abv

Naturally cloudy thanks to the juice of the Jonagold apple.

Thatchers - Gold

Gold - 4.8%



4.8% abv

This crafted Somerset cider is full of flavour blended from the highest quality apples, here at Myrtle Farm. A medium dry golden cider, with a smooth and refreshing taste.

Coming Soon

Sharp's - Doom Bar

Doom Bar - 4%

Doom Bar


4% abv

Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.

Arkells - Big Hit

Big Hit - 4.2%

Big Hit


4.2% abv

To celebrate this years' Six Nations Championship, we have brewed a BIG HITTING dark hoppy IPA. With chocolate malt and wheat, this beer has an amber colour, balanced with a big hit of powerfully flavoured hops, producing a tropical fruity hoppy flavour.

Isle of Purbeck - Fossil Fuel

Fossil Fuel - 4.1%

Fossil Fuel

Isle of Purbeck

4.1% abv

A light amber best bitter with a fresh malt and peppery hop aroma, Fossil Fuel was the first beer brewed at the Isle of Purbeck Brewery in 2003. Balanced malt and a hop presence lead to sweetish caramel notes, cereal malts, a touch of tangy hedgerow fruit and a pleasantly dry and clean finish.


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The Black Bear is in the East Dorset CAMRA branch area.