A tawny coloured beer. Abundantly hopped but balanced by malt sugars to give a rich full palate, with a black pepper and herb garden aroma.
A full bodied stout with a well-balanced nutty flavour with a slight bitterness and a hint of treacle.
A crisp and refreshing blonde beer, not too bitter with a subtle malted wheat biscuit taste. On the palate very fruity and sweet. The patron saint of Burton upon Trent, St. Modwen was a 7th century nun wo founded the Burton upon Trent abbey where it is said that beer was brewed and she produced miracles with the Burton well water.
A traditional golden bitter brewed with English hops to give a dry, yet smooth palate and lingering bitterness.
A deep brown pale ale, with a fruity character and a top note of fresh bread. A full luxurious mouth-feel combines with a subtle peppery character to create an exquisite finish. Masterpiece was the name of one of the former dray horses at the museum.
Draught Bass is still brewed to an original recipe using only the finest ingredients and the experience of generations. It is brewed with two strains of yeast to produce a complex nutty, malty taste with subtle hop undertones, which has widespread appeal to repertoire drinkers.