An assalt of aromatic citrus hop, a hoppy, fruity and grassy bittersweet palate and an uncompromising dry, bitter aftertaste characterise this impressive straw-coloured ale.
Relax and enjoy this classic English ale brewed with Maris Otter, Crystal, Brown and Chocolate malts. Savour the delicious toffee flavours with a hint of coffee, perfectly balanced against the fruitiness, spice and hints of citrus from East Kent Golding, English Cascade and Challenger hops.
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.
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.
This is a blend of this cider-maker’s award-winning perry and Katy cider, resulting in a smooth, wine-like pear flavour, balanced with a crisp apple bite.
The perfect marriage between Scottish methods and Scotland's favourite craft cider. We use Glen Moray Distillery casks to give our cider its warming notes of oak, vanilla and honey.
A traditional English pale ale with complex roasted malt flavours, leading to a fruity hoppy bitter/sweet finish.
A memorable and deceptively easy-drinking IPA. This is an authentic recreation of the beer style created for, and enjoyed throughout the Empire. Goldings, Fuggles and American Cascade hops combine to give a crisp, citrus hop aromas, with a balanced, bittersweet finish.
Late Mosaic hops punch in a hearty grapefruit base for a fruity influx of Amarillo at dry hop. Caramel undertones. Are you ready to get moosed?
At 4.5% abv, this Pale Ale has a good assertive pithy bitterness and a malty backbone. It is brewed with a selection of malts: Pale Ale, Rye and Cara. We use Citra, and a blend of other American hop varieties to create some great citrus flavours.
Rummaging in his archive, Bill unearthed one of his Great Great Grandfather’s recipes from 1854. The beer, called XX at the time, became one of King of Horsham’s most important beers and went on to become King and Barnes’ Sussex Bitter. Today we have revived his original recipe in tribute to him, but added a modern twist with the addition of Challenger hops and a unique dry hopping technique using the Progress variety. The result is an amber beer with a fresh, hoppy aroma and a full bodied and satisfying taste with a lingering and pleasant bitterness.
Inspired by the famous India Pale Ales brewed in the 18th century, Blue Top delivers a satisfying bitterness smoothly balanced with caramel flavours from the Crystal and Maris Otter malts, finished with a refreshing hint of citrus from East Kent Golding, Challenger and Fuggle hops.
Refreshing blond beer, Galaxy, Cascade and Summit gives exotic fruit flavours.