Light and refreshing, pale in colour, hopped with Cascade and Equinox, aromas up front of citrus and tropical fruits leading to a sweet citrus flavour throughout.
An extremely fruity ale with rich aroma and taste, with notes of passion fruit, grapefruit and white grape, with a nice fry and bitter finish.
Deep amber in colour and displaying classic English hedgerow hop characteristics harnessed from a blend of Challenger, Fuggles and Whitbread Goldings Variety hops. Vegan friendly.
A deep amber ale with a red hue, deliciously fruity and malty with a lingering bitter aftertaste.
A beer that's truly in its element, Copper Hop is here to see out the summer in style. With a taste as rich as the colour, this ale is worth every penny.
A dark, full-bodied number; a wonderful stout with intense roasted barley flavours and a dry, bitter finish. It boasts roasted coffee notes and plenty of hop flavour. It's only the second beer to gain top beer writer Roger Protz's five-star rating.
Fandango is a limited-edition craft beer that you will not want to skip. Featuring Azacca and Comet hops, Fandango's light, citrusy undertones are a definite crowd-pleaser.
We have expertly blended our crisp Somerset Cider and tangy rhubarb to make this taste sensation. Sweet and full of rhubarb flavour with a tart edge to it.
Made from apples of a single year's harvest, all sourced from within 50 miles of our cider mill in Herefordshire. This draught cider is bright golden in colour, and slowly matured to ensure a rich and characterful aroma. A refreshing medium-dry, sparkling cider that is smooth and rounded in flavour.
A sparkling, clear, berry-coloured cider made from a unique blend of bittersweet, sharp and sweet apples, which is matured in Westons traditional oak vats before being blended with berry fruits to deliver an exceptionally flavoursome and refreshing cider.
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The Horse And Jockey @ Norwood House is in the Telford & East Shropshire CAMRA branch area.