India Pale Ale made with selected malts and hops from the UK, New Zealand and the USA creating fresh citrus and pine needle flavours.
Laden with the best dank, piney hops from the US Coast: Centennial (super Cascade), Columbus - sometimes also known as Tomahawk - and Summit. It is also dry hopped in cask with Centennial whole leaf hops to give it an aroma bursting with pine, resin and citrus.
This black stout has aromas of dark chocolate and coffee; these continue into the flavour and are balanced by a subtle sweetness and roasted barley notes, leading to a silky mouthfeel and surprising crisp finish.
An incresingly dry, hoppy, bitter finish complements the spicy, citrus character of this full-flavoured and well balanced amber beer.
A refreshing, medium-bodied, unfiltered Belgian-style wheat ale spiced with fresh coriander and orange peel for a uniquely complex taste and an uncommonly smooth finish.
A light, slammable beer boldly dosed with a glorious fortune of hops.
Pilsner style lager brewed with Crystal, Aurora and Styrian Cardinal hops. The perfect refreshment. A crisp, clean, lager with pine, citrus and earthy hop notes.
An American style IPA brewed with Citrus, Chinook, Columbus and Centennial hops. A refreshing, clean beer that combines a light caramel base with subtle citrus hop notes.
Ruthlessly delicious. A well-rounded, highly drinkable IPA. Caramel malt barley provides the richness that mellows out the twang of the hops.
Unmistakeably GUINNESS, from the first velvet sip to the last, lingering drop. And every deep-dark satisfying mouthful in between.
Hells is the lovechild of our two favourite German beer styles - Helles and Pilsner. Clean, crisp and dry, it’s the beer we always wanted to drink and the reason we started our brewery. We hope you agree.
Balanced bittersweet taste, both appley and fresh. Golden brown in colour using 100% British apples.
A wonderfully balanced cider. Neither too sweet or too dry, with an appley taste and long refreshing finish.
Refreshing, dry and hoppy pale golden ale. The New River which has been London’s ’tap’ for over 400 years inspired this Pale.