61 metres. That’s the depth of the well at the Brewery that gives this refreshing pale ale its name The five American and Australian hops give it its fresh, zesty aroma, whilst the tropical fruit and citrus notes make it extremely drinkable. Dive in.
A strong lager type ale, light straw coloured with the use of a delicate hop to give a fruity pleasant refreshing finish.
Our take on the traditional Yorkshire Bitter. Beautiful amber colour, a sweet malty nose, resinous and red berry hop flavours with a long balanced finish.
With its chocolate-toffee malt flavour, moderate bitterness and distinctively fruity character, this is a ruby-red-glowing, full-bodied and well balanced ale.
This beer is dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is brought to an even keel by the late addition of Goldings hops and natural plum flavouring. Take the opportunity and go for the low hanging fruit, this sumptuous beer really is a plum!
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
This award winning, very pale brilliant blonde beer has citrus and summer fruit aromas making it an extremely refreshing ale.
A beer which really needs no introduction. Arguably the most decorated beer in recent British brewing history. A rich, complex, dark ruby porter from an 1872 recipe. It has an old port nose, coffee and bitter chocolate flavours from four malts including finest Maris Otter and English hops. Supreme Champion Beer of Britain. Three times National Winter Ales Champion.
This Trans-Atlantic fusion IPA is light golden in colour with tropical fruits and light caramel on the nose. The palate soon becomes assertive and resinous with the New Zealand hops balanced by the biscuit malt. The finish is aggressive and dry with the hops emerging over the warming alcohol.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
Powerful fruitiness, with flavours reminiscent of redcurrants, raspberries and strawberries intermingled with citrus notes. The fruitiness is balanced out by the famous Ruddles bitterness and by a delicate aroma.
This popular award winning traditional Scrumpy strong cider is naturally cloudy and medium dry in flavour! It was named after our 1921 Aveling Porter Steam Engine, which has found rest in our Henry Weston Garden which is open to the public all year round!
The legendary Black Dragon! This cider now has quite a following amongst the most descerning cider drinkers. It is rich in colour, body and flavour with a fresh, fruity aroma.
Matured in ex-Glen Moray (previously Glenglassaugh Distillery) whisky casks this is a dry and subtle cider. Infused with mellow, vanilla oak of the cask. A refreshing, complex drink to be savoured.
Pendle Witches Brew casts a powerful spell. Auburn in colour, bittersweet - and steeped in Lancashire history. A full, malty flavoured beer with a crisp fruity aftertaste and soft citrus nose.