An interpretation of a traditional English IPA. The blend of English and New Zealand hops delivers tropical fruit aromas, developing into apricot and orange notes and a bitter, lingering, resinous kick in the finish, all complemented by a caramel malt flavour. Brewed exclusively for J D Wetherspoon at Hook Norton Brewery, Oxfordshire by Brad Nolan, Mash Brewing, Western Australia.
This traditional Scottish brown ale has a solid, biscuity malt base, balanced and enlivened by big hop flavours, with grass and citrus notes delivering a clean bitterness in the finish.
A copper coloured ale with a pleasant fruity and malty nose. It has a lingering bittersweet flavour of balanced Maris Otter malt and traditional Fuggles and Golding hops.
This dark copper-coloured beer is a limited-edition celebratory brew, marking the opening of this brewery’s new brewhouse. An inviting aroma, with hints of fruit and malt, leads to a satisfying, rich flavour, with further malt and fruit notes balanced by a subtle bitterness.
This new, ruby-coloured ale has a rich, malty flavour, with its generous blend of traditional English hops providing an excellent balance and clean bitterness in the finish.
This is a golden-coloured beer with a light haze in the appearance, juicy, fruity flavours and a moderate bitterness. Brewed exclusively for J D Wetherspoon at Adnams Brewery, Southwold by Toshi Ishii, Ishii Brewing, Guam.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
Rich in character and long on refreshment. Solid gold in colour, strongly aromatic, with hints of fresh citrus. The distinctive light malt and fresh floral flavours combine with the zesty citric hop to deliver a mouth-watering adventure.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
A deep amber-coloured ale brewed in the style of a classic brown ale. Its blend of malts provides a smooth, sweet base, balanced by the subtle hop notes and fruity aroma. Brewed exclusively for the Oct 2019 Wetherspoon real-ale festival.