A full-bodied, nut-brown ale with a fruity flavour, reminiscent of bananas and pears with citrus overtones.
For those who like a powerful hit of bitterness and citrus in their beer, this pale ale is perfect for you. Our brewers have woven together four powerful hops to develop a dry hop brew with the unique combination of Amarillo, Bravo, Citra and Summit. The result is a full-on zesty taste. Serve chilled for the perfect refreshment.
Brewed in honour of the mascot of the now defunct Staffordshire Regiment and his handler. Colour Sergeant Watchman III, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, was a regular at the Brewery tap, until his death in June 1998, but never drank on duty. Hops used are Challenger.
A lovely hoppy golden brew with classic UK Bramling Cross and US Citra to give a perfect juicy fruity blend of hop flavours.
A champion amongst premium beers. Light in colour and a good hop balance giving an easy drinking, strong ale that commands respect.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
A traditional style of ale typical of the East of Scotland. A superb classic with a deep copper hue and light bronze creamy foam. 80/- is brewed using Belhaven yeast and allowed to ferment at a slightly higher temperature. This delivers satisfying malt flavours and layers of soft fruit with a toffee finish.
This Trans-Atlantic fusion IPA is light golden in colour with tropical fruits and light caramel on the nose. The palate soon becomes assertive and resinous with the New Zealand hops balanced by the biscuit malt. The finish is aggressive and dry with the hops emerging over the warming alcohol.
With rich, malty and toffee notes, it is sweet and lightly hoppy with a distinct fruity aroma.
Our Lager takes its inspiration from the German style of lager, Helles. It has a sweet, malty flavour balanced with a light aromatic hoppiness that makes it very refreshing. We use Naked Golden Oats to make our Lager. Naked Golden Oats are grown without husks so that even more sweetness and flavour can be extracted from the grains during brewing.