A single hop IPA made using Sabro. Smooth, creamy mouthfeel, with coconut, pineapple and citrus notes.
This West Coast pale has a lovely malt backbone backed up by a solid bitterness. It's hopped with Cascade, Citra and El Dorado hops for a lovely grapefruit and tropical palate.
A blend of West Coast and East Coast pales. An aroma of citrus combined with pine, an adjunct heavy malt bill finishing with a firm bitterness. This beer gives all our favourite aspects of both styles.
Traditional style ale brewed with Norfolk's finest Maris Otter barley which is malted by Crisp maltsters just 18 miles from the farm. This produces a distinctive English malt sweetness and character that sets the perfect base for the hops. Challenger hops provide the noticeable but rounded bitterness with more English classics First Gold and Goldings balancing the act giving hints of spice running alongside floral and citrus aromas.
A modern session beer balancing vibrant flavour with effortless drinkability. Packed with Simcoe hops for a complex profile of stone fruit, pine and citrus zest.
A cask pale ale hopped with Simcoe and Amarillo. Collaboration with Fyne Ales.
A beautifully bright copper colour, this beer has a fresh bouquet of floral notes as well as mango and passionfruit. A perfectly balanced malty backbone with subtle sweetness, a gentle bittering note followed by high notes of tropical fruits and grassy tones. Keeping the story true to its era we've used heritage English malt Chevallier, English hops Olicana and Harlequin and fermented with London Ale III yeast. Morale is delicate and designed with balance and sessionability at the forefront. Ronald Pattinson, the great beer historian shared his 1940s IPA recipe with us. From the base recipe we adjusted it to modern brewing techniques but kept the concept true.
Our pals at Low Key paid a visit to the Vault City brewery to collaborate with us on something very special. We both wanted a big beer but a sessional ABV, so that's exactly what we did. Expect sweet flavours of chocolate and vanilla layered with delicately tart cherries. The addition of Tonka beans creates an amazing aroma, amplifying vanilla and cherry notes. With every sip you can almost picture the irresistible black forest gateau that inspired this decadent, but sessionable, pastry sour.
A highly flavoured blend of rich malts bring complex, luscious flavours of dried raison, fig and cinder toffee to this dangerously drinkable 9% Trappist style ale. A dark copper complexion with a light tan head you are first lured in with a sweet caramel maltiness on the nose and biscuit, sticky toffee and dried fruit on the pallet.
IPA dry hopped with Idaho 7, Mosaic and Vic Secret.
A light and fluffy New England style session IPA with overtones of pineapple, mango, and citrus, stone fruit and pine. Very drinkable, refreshing, and hazy.
A perfectly balanced, refreshing, medium cider named after the rich red soil that gives our orchards their distinctive quality.
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 bright golden easy drinking cider; a real thirst quencher for those rare sunny days.Thistly Cross Traditional boasts the same great flavour as Original but at a slightly lower ABV making it the perfect Summer Session Cider! Imagine the aroma and flavour of freshly peeled apples, then bottle it. Easy drinking and full of fruit, a great introduction to Thistly Cross.
Traditional East Anglian Cider has always been made from sweet and sharp apples. We have been making this cider for over 30 years and over this time, our methods have changed very little. We've only ever used one simple ingredient - organic apples. These are pressed in the autumn, put into wooden whisky barrels and allowed to ferment, using only the wild yeasts present on the apple skins. When the fermentation has finished we are left with a fresh, dry and slightly sharp cider which, after continuing to mature over the winter months in barrels, also takes on some interesting oak characteristics.
A strong dry-hopped porter inspired by the stouts from the 18th century typically exported to the British colonies. Brewed with all British malt and hops, including a large dry-hop of UK Cascade from Brook House Hops in Herefordshire. Vegan friendly.
Blood orange, Sicilian lemon, carrot and vanilla kettle sour. Collaboration with Fermenterarna, Sweden.