Amber gold in colour, brewed with whole flower English hops, Best Bitter packs a genuine spiky bitterness with big character. Challenger, Goldings and Fuggle hops blend to create a beautiful aroma and flavour with kicks of grassy freshness and a big peppery punch. The Maris Otter malt offers a light sweetness that balances against those big bitter characters.
This tropical-tasting hazy IPA has fruit-forward aromas (mango, pineapple, stone fruits) with a clean finish.
Get ready to quench your thirst with our new, super refreshing craft lager. We've always strived for perfection in whatever we do and brewing a lager is no different. This is the ultimate premium craft lager, and it's joining the main Tiny Rebel core range.
A pale gold beer leads with a balanced hop aroma and a sweet caramel malt.
Rich amber coloured, well balanced and refreshing. Goldings and Fuggles hops from The Welsh Marches create an appetising crisp aroma to complement the subtle flavour of fine pale malt. Crystal clear water combines with the unique Brains yeast to create the complete Welsh beer experience.
A lightly malted session bitter.
John Smith's bitter, which is still going strong, is a malty, bitter sweet ale with a slight fruitiness and a bitter aftertaste we probably took the words right out of your mouth.
We wanted to create a light, crisp, punchy, go to beer! A beer that you know you can pick up and appreciate or simply get it down ya neck. Extra pale base malts are used to keep it crisp and give the hops a great platform to dance on. Masses of hop additions during the whirlpool and a huge dose of dry hops make this a brilliantly 'easy' IPA.
A golden coloured beer with a full malt and superb hop aroma, with a long lasting dry-ish hoppy complex finish.
Made with Herefordshire red apples, Inch's is a lightly sparkling cider with a fresh apple aroma. It is a medium apple cider which means every drop is crafted to be perfectly balanced between sweet and dry for great tasting refreshment. We make it using 100% British apples, grown within 40 miles from our Hereford mill.