Our first blonde ale! A very drinkable session blonde perfect for a summer's afternoon session down at your caravan escape hole!
An amber pale ale coming in at lovely 4.5% abv. We brewed this for the first time to celebrate our first ever tap takeover at Tails & Ale in Horwich in March 2020. It went down a storm!
Easy drinking ultra pale ale hopped with Chinook, Citra and El Dorado.
As pale as a 100W light bulb but as juicy as an IPA. Sessionable, quenching and totally addictive. Biscuity malt base with a hint of sweetness all drenched in fruity/dank hops.
A soft pale hopped with Wai-iti, Amarillo and Comet BBC hops giving stone fruit, tropical, lime, floral and orange flavours.
A fresh session strength pale ale with a scrumptious dosage of Citra and Idaho 7 dispersing plump, velvety palpitations of tropical drooping ripeness.
Mosaic Citra pale ale brewed specially to launch our new Adlington bar, The Old Post Office. Be amongst the first the get your hands on this!
An easy drinking Cascade hopped pale ale. It was initially brewed as a one off never to be brewed again pale ale to use some small quantities of grain and hops we had! We received rave reviews and just had to brew it again and again and....
Pale Ale, pine, citrus, balanced bitterness, fruity, gooseberry. Hopped with Dr Rudi, El Dorado and Hallertau Blanc.
A juicy and dank pale packed with a trio of US hops. Overripe tropical fruit, a rich mouthfeel and a quick, smooth finish.
Inspired by the ridiculously tasty hoppy beers we fell for, we got brewing our own versions, over and over again, while listening to the blues greats. The heady concoction of old time blues records and juicy American hops transfixed us from the start and the rolling man was born in these sessions! Incredibly soft and delicate with intense tropical fruit hop aromatics and saturation, this is our vision of the perfect pale ale.
Cherry ale brewed with a light grain bill and Kolsch yeast for a nice crisp and refreshing finish. Fermented on sweet cherry for a sweet, zingy and slightly tart finish.