This new ruby ale’s blend of all-English malt and hops delivers a complex fruity nose and balanced flavour, resulting in a rich, full-bodied character. Hops: Fuggles, Goldings and Progress.
This occasionally seen, gluten-free beer is blond in colour, with a floral and hoppy aroma which leads to a crisp character, resulting in a refreshing, long, biscuity finish. Hops: Bramling Cross, Challenger, Sovereign and UK Cascade.
This seasonal golden-brown beer has been brewed to celebrate two great British hop varieties – delivering generous citrus and red fruit flavours to its refreshing character. Hops: Endeavour and Epic.
This straw-coloured beer was first brewed for J D Wetherspoon's 2016 autumn festival. It has a light lemony floral hop aroma, leading to a clean, refreshing flavour, with spicy orange notes on the finish. Hops: First Gold, Minstrel and Pilot.
This seasonal black ale is a vibrant and refreshing IPA, with a crisp, clean palate, hints of berries and spice and a lingering, zesty finish. Hops: Challenger and Target.
This straw-coloured beer has a blend of mango, blackberry and lime flavours which explodes on the palate, resulting in a crisp, refreshing and memorable taste experience. Hops: Godiva and Opus.
This new amber-coloured IPA's blend of fresh English hops will delight your senses, then balancing malt flavours launch into a flavour crescendo, before gently drifting away in anticipation of the next mouthful. Hops: Harlequin, Jester and Northdown.
This seasonal ruby-coloured beer has a dry, malty character, with its oak-maturing imparting aromas and flavours of coffee, vanilla and tobacco, resulting in a pleasing, mellow oak-malt character. Hops: Goldings.
This new dark amber beer has spicy hop notes on the nose, leading to a delicious malty flavour which continues through to dry malt and rich berry fruit notes in the finish. Hops: Boadicea, Challenger and Goldings.
This dark amber strong ale has an inviting marmalade aroma, leading to a character brimming with biscuit malt and succulent fruit flavours. These combine with peppery spice notes to deliver a lasting finish. Hops: Challenger and Goldings.
A rich, smooth and wonderfully balanced beer, its distinctive malty base is complemented by a well-developed hop character, from adding Target, Challenger and Northdown varieties to the brew.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
A light, uncomplicated session bitter. Copper coloured with a bitter introduction, sweetish malt undertone and refreshing increasing bitterness.