Beautifully clear, golden, with a strong and lacing creamy white head. Extremely refreshing and with a clean finish and perfectly balanced notes of citrus and nectarine, this blonde is a definite session beer for those who prefer the lighter side of the spectrum.
A traditional dry stout brewed with roasted barley and balanced with chocolate malt for slight sweetness.
A crisp blonde ale with sweet citrus aromas, infused with real Mexican Tequila and lime.
Our traditional session ale, with a chestnut hue this bitter is pleasing to the eye as well as to the palette; a delightful flavour produced by three varieties of hop.
A delicately dry-hopped pale ale, with an aroma hop of NZ Taikehe. This session-able pale has a citrus character moving towards grapefruit.
Made with only the best specially selected apples that provide this crafted medium dry cider with a smooth and refreshing taste.
An easy drinking pale ale. Light and hoppy with delicate floral notes and a well balanced finish.
Our English Bitter is full of flavour that lingers gently on the palate. Using the finest ingredients we balance the sweetness from the malt with bite from the best quality hops. With a hint of caramel and toffee and the aroma of hedgerow fruits this is our take on a classic cask ale.
A well-balanced, full bodied stout, with toffee and liquorice notes and a burst of Madagascan vanilla. Oat malt gives a full earthy body; roasted barley and wheat malts balance out the bitterness. Hopped with Northern Brewer bringing aromas of spiciness.
Made using Pale Crystal malt, giving a delicate toffee aftertaste. Cascade aroma hop provides a refreshing citrus flavour.
A light ale absolutely bursting with flavour, packed to the brim with New Zealand hops it will leave you coming back for more.
A British standard pale ale with a pale golden hue. This is a beer with a floral and fresh citrus aroma, which complements its crisp citrus hop flavour.
Amber malt taking centre stage in this bitter, East Kent Golding adding a touch of forest fruits alongside a thirst-quenching bitterness.
Erdinger Weissbier 5.3%
Dortmunder Vier 4.0%