The perfect embodiment of this classic beer style. A dark, rich, smooth and intensely flavoured beer with an aroma of coffee and chocolate.
A bright gold ale. A triple hopping of English First Gold gives powerful citrussy flavours and vinous aromas, however the malt grist of barley, wheat and lager gives plenty of body and sweetness which balances the assertive bitterness.
Very black and very tasty with the traditional smooth porter palate of treacle liquorice toffee chocolate and toast.
Butty Bach is Welsh meaning ‘little friend’. This smooth and satisfying premium ale is burnished gold in colour, and certainly has made a few friends in its time. Brewed using Maris Otter and Crystal malts, flaked barley, malted wheat, and locally grown Fuggles, Goldings and Bramling Cross hops.
Light hopped pure water session super pale.
A light golden beer with hop character of mango, tropical fruits and lime.
A straw coloured quaffing beer, with an impressive bold citrus hop aroma, fruity balanced sweetness and a lingering refreshing after-taste.
A well rounded premium bitter, amber in colour, clean in taste leading to a pleasant dry finish.
A refreshing chestnut brown beer with a complex flavour of light hops giving way to a bittersweet blend of roasted malt. Suggestions of chocolate and coffee undertones.
A medium dry, slowly matured Herefordshire-stlye apple cider with full-bodied caramel flavours and deeply refreshing finish.
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.
Well balanced cloudy cider with delicious strawberry flavour and hints of added elderflower.
Medium-sweet, cloudy, and slowly matured still cider made from freshly pressed apples, paired with a refreshing infusion of rhubarb juice. The well balanced, fruity taste and tart finish provides a deliciously moreish cider.