A lovingly crafted English IPA, golden amber in colour with a nose of stone fruit and red berries, a gentle maltiness on the palate and a wonderful citrus, lemon-pith bitterness. The official beer of the award-winning Peaky Blinders TV series.
The original Bristol Milk Stout with smooth chocolatey sweetness and balancing coffee bitterness with hints of dark fruits. This award winning national champion stout is a beautifully creamy, full-bodied stout.
Pale in colour, combining American citrus hops and a hint of bergamot, to provide a beautifully balanced ale.
Our first foray into the French hop Barbe Rouge. Clean, refreshing and super easy drinking. Notes of red berries followed by a gentle woody spice.
Heaps of Ekuanot and Amarillo hops with a touch of Mosaic create flavours of citrus and pine. Married together with a perfect undercurrent of bitterness and herbal tones. A brilliant session beer.
Loki's wolf child can not be bound by the gods. Similarly, a huge dry hop of Citra, Nelson Sauvin, Vic Secret and Lotus can barely be contained by this massive Triple IPA. Beware, when Fenrir Breaks Free.
A Gose brewed with 500kg of peach and passonfruit and a touch of Halen Mon sea salt.
A golden medium cider, with a well balanced fruity flavour. An easy drinking smooth cider that keeps you coming back for more.
This real cider is smooth and mellow, having been seasoned for a perfectly balanced pint.
A dry cider with an appley sharpness that sorts the men out from the boys. Brewed locally in Eltham.
A fruity, juicy blend of three different apples. Browns, a sharp, with low fruit notes, light body (and thereby low alcohol), provides the base, which Tardive builds on with it’s powerful tannic finish. Completed with the addition of Foxwhelp to bring a dash of intensity to this refreshing, slightly sharp cider.
A dry traditional blended cider aged in whiskey oak barrels for that original taste. Please not the abv may vary slightly from batch to batch.
Medium organic cider, easy drinking with the classic Dunkertons deep apple flavour.
Often a cloudy perry, it has good flavours despite being lower strength, which is achieved by a mixture of a 1st and 2nd pressing. The 2nd pressing has water added to re-hydrate the fruit, to assist pressing out the remaining colour, juice and flavours. Varieties include Doyenne du Comice, Thorn, Blakeney Red and Conference.
A low abv cloudy apple cider, a blend of Kentish dessert and cooking apples, back-sweetened with the fresh juice of Cheerfull Gold apples.
Matured in ex-Glen Moray (previously Glenglassaugh Distillery) whisky casks this is a dry and subtle cider. Infused with mellow, vanilla oak of the cask. A refreshing, complex drink to be savoured.
A full-bodied red ale. Roasted and Red malts bring a blend of sweetness and bitterness, while the European Hops deliver a powerful, floral aroma. Meaning “Red Dwarf” in Afrikaans, this is truly a stellar beer.
A classic blonde amplified by both the German orange hero hop Mandarina Bavaria and Kveik yeast. Kveik is a Norwegian yeast that, a little like Belgian yeast, can be used as more of the star flavour profile. Get ready for a crisp pale and super refreshing orangey pint.
Relatively new and highly rated, this gem comes recommended by our peers and beer lovers alike. This stunning English hop boasts notes of passion fruit, pineapple and peach.
Delray Beach features a blend of US hops: Warrior is a classic US Pale Ale favourite known for its aromas of citrus and spice; big hitters Citra and Simcoe bring more citrus and tropical notes and aromas of grapefruit; new-wave hops Azacca and Bitter Gold accentuate the tropical flavour. Pouring uber pale, Delray Beach is a fresh, pale, sunshine pint.