A winter session ale made from malt smoked over a perry barrel and hopped with Worcestershire Bramling Cross.
We are produced 10 different green hop beers in 2019 using 10 different hops grown on at least 6 different local farms. The brewery is based right next to one of the 2 UK hop growing areas (Herefordshire). In each brew we used a different hop, picked fresh from the bines and into the copper normally within 30 minutes. This brew uses Isabel hops from New House Farm.
This is our straw coloured best bitter. Delightful hop flavours soften to a delicate malt finish.
Black, chewy and creamy. A first class example of what a stout should be.
A sharp, full flavoured pale bitter. Bucket fulls of American hops, give it that lemony edge.
A full golden coloured beer with a soft hop flavour and finish.
Dark black and red in colour, with a complex mixture of chocolate and roast flavours. The use of two different hops, gives the beer a complex feel and smooth finish.
Golden yellow nectar. Pale barley, crystal malt and oats, blend to fill the palate with flavour. Aromatic hops dance over the tongue for a gentle hop finish. Champion Beer of Britain at GBBF 2017.
Our distinctive American pale ale is full of big hop character but without the strong bitterness. Carefully selected American hops are added continuously during the boil and also during conditioning (dry hopping) to give a really fresh aromatic boost. This beer is mainly about hops but we have given it a malt backbone to balance the beautiful tropical fruit aromas.
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.
A light pale lager reflecting all the brewing values and beliefs of Freedom. Four ingredients producing an inherently British lager conditioned for a minimum of four weeks resulting in a refreshing beer delivering both flavour and satisfaction.
Brewed by Dortmunder Union in 1873, this light golden beer became very popular with the workers of the industrial movement and was responsible for Dortmunder Union becoming Germany's largest Brewery.
A dry tannic grip with a suitably satisfying apple depth. Real, real, real good.
A pale citrus beer that is refreshing and hoppy. The flavours in the beer make it really easy to drink for its strength.
A rich auburn ale with complex malty flavours and a richness balanced by the clean hoppy finish. A signature brew for Henry Hobson that embodies the Hobsons art of brewing beyond their weight. Old Henry is a premium British ale brewed with the finest local Maris Otter barley and Worcestershire hops - Goldings and Challenger.
Golden ale with fruit flavours of tangerine, melon and apricot.