A creamy, full bodied malty brew, satisfyingly rich with distinct caramel and coffee notes. A combination of crystal and roasted malts give the stout its deep, dark flavour topped of with a creamy, thick tan head.
New recipe for The Usual, brewed with the king of barley's; Maris Otter from heritage maltsters Warminster Maltings this amber best bitter is fruity and malty. A great sessionable 4.2% ABV.
American Pale Ale brewed with Amarillo American hops from Washington State.
A session IPA that doesn't compromise on flavour! Dry-hopped with Nelson Sauvin for a tropical fruit aroma while a lower abv retains drinkability.
A clean tasting, easy drinking and flavorsome hoppy golden brew with a bittersweet finish. This ale is sure to keep your customers suitably refreshed as summer approaches.
Ripe mango and freshly squeezed grapefruit notes jump out of a glass of this captivating English Pale Ale before finishing with a clean bitterness and lasting dryness. Hops used are Idaho 7, Citra and Mosaic.
A double dry-hopped pale ale brewed with Ekuanot giving flavours of grapefruit, gooseberry and guava.
A warm velvety stout with a deep rich roasted malt flavour and coffee aroma.
Award winning fruity refreshing English Pale Ale with hints of citrus makes it a great drink for any occasion.
An English IPA with a floral orange and full hop flavour. With big traditional hop flavours as the name suggests this one will leave you wanting more.
A single-hopped IPA, thats flavoured and dry-hopped exclusively with Nelson Sauvin. Beautifully aromatic, bold and fruity, this maverick of hops is named after its city of birth in New Zealand and its unique taste of the sauvignon blanc wine grape. The result is a beer that transports your taste buds to the other side of the world, with hints of gooseberries, mango, peach, grapefruit and a burst of pepperiness.
Easy drinking NZ Wheat Pale Ale. Brewed with Taiheke hops it is characterised by a floral, citrus profile, with a hint of spice. The bitterness is clean and well rounded.
Our West Coast Pale Ale is waiting to give you a lift west-side. Better than an Uber any day. Inspired by Elon Musk's Space X reusable rocket. Our plucky hero is ferrying hops to one of our colonies ferrying flavours of mango and pineapple. Aroma of pears, watermelon and stone fruit.
This American pale ale has a fragrant burst of aromatics evoking a bowl of tropical fruit that has been ripening in a sun-flecked kitchen, all thanks to the presence of Centennial, one of the great stars of US hops. The touch of tropical fruit plus a soothing lemon citrusiness continues on the palate and is joined by a great whoosh of bitterness that leads onto a dry, bittersweet and peppery finish.
A crisp and refreshing blonde beer, not too bitter with a subtle malted wheat biscuit taste.
An easy drinking blonde beer with low bitterness, refreshing with a malty palate.
A punchy pale ale packed with Galaxy hops. Willie John himself would have been proud.
A pale easy drinking summer ale with a hint of tropical fruits.
This is a deep red, nutty bitter based on the old NBC recipe, passed on to us by Pat Heron who started at NBC in 1954. Pat's father was Head Brewer at NBC's Phoenix Brewery on Bridge Street before him. Red Star is a true working man's pint made with the traditional Mild Ale malt variety that was a staple of NBC bitters and milds in the 1950s.
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.
IPA style but with a subtle punch of an export strength ale. Full bodied with a distinct underlying maltiness balanced by fruity dry hoppiness.
This is a classic, traditional, still, medium-sweet cider, with tannins, sweetness and acidity all evident in the pleasing, complex flavour.
A blend of the finest West Country cider apples and a natural raspberry flavouring gives our raspberry cider it’s vibrant thirst-quenching qualities.
During long, hot Summer days a haze would descend on the countryside. As the men returned from days in the field Mr Hunt would call them to the cellar saying "Yer, have the Hazy Dazy, tis a bootiful drop." describing his classic sweet, cloudy cider.
On a clear night, when the moon is full the Barn Owls could be seen hunting the hillside above Hunt's Farm. Their piercing shriek would make the men look up, "Barn Screecher" be hunting tonight beys, pass the dry cider.
Before the autumn cattle sales there would be Bull Wallopers calling on Mr. Hunt, "Ave ee some of the strong cider? Us had it 'ere last year!" they'd ask, whilst eyeing his best cattle. This rich, medium-sweet cider always helped drive the bidding a little higher.
Awaiting tasting notes from brewery.