This ultra-pale ale is brewed with a limited availability hop from America to impart a pronounced floral and citric quality to the beer, with honey and elderflower in the nose.
Luscious pale and wheat malts paired with heavy weights Citra, Mosaic and Galaxy. Crisp, fruity with a great balanced bitter finish.
A refreshing, well hopped, fruity and bitter Golden Ale with complex fruit flavours from the blending of English hop, First Gold, with the outrageously fruity American hop, Cascade. A hopheads' beer... with balance. A real beer drinkers beer.
A low on ABV pale ale, huge on hops. Packed with more Citra and Cascade than ever before. Hopcat is bursting with intense tropical and citrus flavours. Lighty toasted malts give a hint of sweetness before a second round of hops, big mango and lychee zest courtesy of a generous Citra third round of dry hopping. Just like every crazy cat person, you won't be stopping with one.
A sweet and decadent stout at a (reasonably) sessionable ABV. A combination of the dark malts and lactose produce sweet chocolate flavours alongside a very subtle bitterness on the finish.
Our extra pale light Blonde ale is brewed with German lager hops. It is a light and fruity session ale and is seriously easy drinking.
A nod to tradition this is our premium Northern English bitter. It pours dark mahogany in colour with a smooth and wonderfully balanced malty base and a rich flavour.
Pacific Pale packed with hops from New Zealand and Australia. Exceptionally refreshing pale ale with aroma of passionfruit and grapefruit coming from the Vic Secret hops blended with Motueka and Rakau.
Our take on a classic English porter. Generous amounts of chocolate and brown malt give a nice dark chocolate flavour with subtle hints of coffee, Hopped with Target and First Gold to balance some of the sweetness, with some notes of liquorice.
Brewed to showcase a trio of Australian hops. Galaxy giving citrus and passion fruit, Ella bringing anise and floral aromas and Enigma redcurrant and melon. A clean base of extra pale malts let the hop aromas jump out of the glass.