Citrus hops balanced with cutting bitterness. Easy drinking beer which will leave you wanting more.
A classic Amber Session Beer brewed with Maris Otter, Cara and Amber Malt with a balanced charge of fresh English hops. Collaboration with Bill from Cranborne Chase Cider.
A smooth and rich stout with lashings of fresh coffee and Tonka beans. Chocolate, coffee and Tonka beans - lovely! Brewed with BrewDog Southampton as part of their 2019 Collabfest.
Pupa is built to sit between East and West Coast styles of American IPA. Both aroma and flavour swell with a deep hit of light citrus and ripe tropical fruits. Oats create a full yet smooth mouthfeel and the fruity yeast strain lends a soft stone fruit flavour to the finish.
IPA hopped with Mosaic, Citra, Simcoe and Cryo Chinook. Sweet, zesty orange, pineapple, mango. Intensely hoppy but with more drinkability than you can shake a stick at.
Our flagship Faith is a tribute to our beloved hops, in particular the unique US variety Citra. No other hop comes close to the intense mango and orange citrus notes that Citra delivers, which we back up with a touch of Mosaic for its deeper tropical and berry notes and Columbus, delivering just a touch of dank pine and black pepper to add another dimension to this flavoursome but easy-drinking New England style pale.
Czech-style Pilsner collaboration brew with The Butcher's Dog Ashley Cross.
Nothing refreshes you more than this naturally cloudy wheat beer with its wonderful yeasty fragrance and taste. Goes well with dishes that do not have too intensive a flavour, especially that Bavarian speciality 'Weisswurst' or white sausage.
Brewed and matured for 102 days, about 7 times longer than most other beers and using the finest ingredients: Moravian Malt, Whole cone Saaz hops, Artesian water from a Glacial well directly underneath the brewery and our own strain of yeast. This beer is perfectly balanced and remains independently owned by the Czech people.
Pale ale with Citra, Simcoe and Mosaic hops.
A Berliner-style sour beer that is liberally dry hopped with different hops for each batch. The newest addition to our core beer range is Calypso, the Goddess known for her sharp tongue. This beer is our homage to this enchantress, a tart, spritzy Berliner-style sour beer.
The world's first grapefruit hefeweizen beer. A radler with refreshing well-rounded taste with hints of fruity sweetness and a zest of grapefruit notes.
Big on flavour but super sessionable. A light biscuit base is layered with grapefruit-y Citra and pineapple-y BRU-1 hops that keep the beer super fresh and offer a lightning quick finish.
A golden lager with a full malty body, balanced by an elegant hoppy bite and a crisp, refreshing finish. The drink of choice in the biergartens of this great city, this classic Helles lager is Bavaria’s most popular lager.
A smooth drinking medium still cider, low in acidity but with a dry mouthfeel imparted from the pressing of specially chosen British bittersweet cider apples.
Original Garden Cider perfectly balanced with raspberry juice and rhubarb extract.
Made with plenty of scrumpy soul. Not every cloudy cider has to be a challenge, Devon Mist is a gentle joy. Rich autumnal fruit with a perceptible sparkle and satisfying finish.
Brewed in the classic quadrupel style and adheres to the original 1946 recipe. St.Bernardus Abt 12 has a very fruity aroma that is the result of using our own unique yeast. It brims over with different, complex tastes and stands out through its long, bittersweet finish. Thanks to its mild, rounded taste and perfect balance between bitter and sweet, this beer goes down very easily.
Pale ale hopped with Centennial, Mosaic, Cryo Idaho. Each beer name for this wave of brews originates from one tune and one tune alone. Will anyone work it out. This is just your classic fruit forward, hop bomb pale.
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.