The quintessential Oxfordshire Bitter. Amber in colour with a good fruit, hop and malt nose. The initial taste of malt and well hopped bitterness dissolves into a bitter-sweet and fruity finish. Brewed using the famous Henley 'double-drop' fermentation system incorporating six Victorian square fermenting vessels. Previously called Brakspear Bitter.
Mild chocolate and roasty malts, with a bit of citrus. Light but very pleasant and well balanced. A perfect dark mild for session drinking.
Tetley's Cask is an amber cask ale, which has roasted caramel bitter sweetness balanced with distinctly aromatic smooth hoppy flavours and a lingering dry bitter finish.
An incresingly dry, hoppy, bitter finish complements the spicy, citrus character of this full-flavoured and well balanced amber beer.
Pleasant light drinking bitter, golden hue, crisp initial taste with a lasting bitterness through the finish.
Crafted with the finest ingredients to deliver a really easy drinking beer. A deep gold in colour it comes with malty, hoppy flavours and clean finish with fruity overtones.
A light coloured Pale Ale brewed with a quintet of American North West hops, floral with good bitterness, tropical fruit flavours with a citrus finish.
An easy drinking, light and refreshing full bodied hoppy IPA. Positively charged with a fistful of English Goldings and an element of Slovenian hops.
Brewed with two English whole cone hops and natural coloured malt giving a chestnut red hue to the beer. Red Breast drinks with a full flavour and a warming glow.