A traditional English pale ale. Well hopped, refreshing and satisfying with bags of malt characteristics. Creamy head…all the way down the glass.
With its chocolate-toffee malt flavour, moderate bitterness and distinctively fruity character, this is a ruby-red-glowing, full-bodied and well balanced ale.
A beautifully structured beer which is extremely rich in flavour but light on the palate. A fresh aroma of mango, peach, lemon offer hints of the depth of hop character that swells refreshing across the taste buds in a bold and tart fashion.
Crisp and fresh, Blonde Star is light in body but certainly not in flavour. Brim-full of lemon, grapefruit, passion fruit and pale malt. Refreshing and satisfying, this was our first beer and it’s still our biggest seller.
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 light copper, highly drinkable and very moreish best bitter was brewed with plenty of crystal male and Magnum hops, creating a massively satisfying, juicy flavour.
Easy drinking premium ale made with pilsner and wheat malts. Light straw in colour, Apollo Bay is well hopped with Australian Galaxy to give a citrus, passion fruit flavour and aroma.
Our number one seller, bursting at the seams with American Chinook hops, which provide it with one of the most distinctive and captivating tastes you might ever try. With copious amounts of flavour and an abundance or aroma.
A wheat beer for those who love outstanding wheat beer flavour the undisputed classic in the Erdinger product range. Brewed according to a traditional recipe and in strict accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law, the beer is still bottle-fermented in the traditional way taking three to four weeks to mature.
Pleasantly well-rounded taste profile. Mild, crispy hop tone for a unique slightly tart taste experience. Only top quality ingredients are used in the brewing of this beer. The beer is pleasantly light thanks to especially soft brewing water.
A fine example of a classic Bavarian Lager Beer, easy drinking but with a full and rounded palate. Beer fit for a King. A genuine Bavarian Royal Lager, named after Kaltenberg Castle originally built in 1290. Kaltenberg beers are strictly brewed according to the Bavarian purity law of 1516.
A crisp, medium dry cyder with a delicate aroma and taste of fresh pressed apples.
Super easy drinking pale with a slight lime and lemon kiss reminiscent of 7Up, tropical fruit and nectarine segway into a soft crispy bitterness.
Wonderfully golden session beer. Fresh malt and hop aroma lead to a satisfyingly bitter finish.
A refreshing blonde ale, dry hopped to give a smooth American finish.
Amarillo, Chinook and Simcoe from the USA work in harmony with New Zealand’s Nelson Sauvin to produce a punchbowl aroma of lemon, tangerine and gooseberry, followed by a balanced grapefruit bitterness.