This beautifully balanced session bitter is packed with all the spicy, fruity and floral flavours you'd expect from English hops, creating a brew as fragrant as it is moreish.
A yellow/golden best bitter with a good balance of malt and a fruity hop on the nose and on the palate. The sweetness follows through an ultimately more bitter finish.
Punching above its weight, this IPA has a sharp clean bitterness, with a light malt character. Idaho 7 and Citra provide the juicy aroma and citrus notes.
Using the finest Maris Otter malting barley and aromatic Fuggles hops, delicious, fruity Cascade and Amarillo hops and, of course, purest Mendip spring water. A distinctive, clean tasting pale ale with a smooth, citrus twist. A bold, standout beer that's one of a kind.
The West Country's favourite beer derives from pure Mendip Spring Water…notably bitter clean tasting refreshingly dry and distinctive. Made with 100% best Maris Otter malt (the Rolls Royce of malts) together with a blend of (never divulged) English hop varieties. Butcombe Bitter is a moreish Mendip masterpiece!
We wanted to create a light, crisp, punchy, go to beer! A beer that you know you can pick up and appreciate or simply get it down ya neck. Extra pale base malts are used to keep it crisp and give the hops a great platform to dance on. Masses of hop additions during the whirlpool and a huge dose of dry hops make this a brilliantly 'easy' IPA.
Brixtons famous street market winds down Atlantic Road, brimming with exotic wares. Bold aromas and flavours compete for passing attention, a bit like our Atlantic A.P.A. A deluge of aroma hops after the boil and generous dry hopping deliver a juicy tropical flavour. Extra Pale malt keeps it crisp and lets the hops rule. American Pale Ale Bursts of citrus and tropical fruit. Bold, modern and refreshing.
Made with Herefordshire red apples, Inch's is a lightly sparkling cider with a fresh apple aroma. It is a medium apple cider which means every drop is crafted to be perfectly balanced between sweet and dry for great tasting refreshment. We make it using 100% British apples, grown within 40 miles from our Hereford mill.
A dark ruby red beer rich in fruitcake flavours, it has a wonderful balance of malt and hop flavours. Made with Pale Ale malt and First Gold hops which add orange marmalade flavours.
A veritable smorgasbord of mango and guava flavours, subtly enhanced by a sweetish finish. This tropical pale ale is brewed using new US hop varieties (HBC586, Idaho 7 and Strata) which have delivered a beer that is somewhere between a New England and West Coast IPA in style, also known as a Mountain IPA.
At 4.5% abv, this Pale Ale has a good assertive pithy bitterness and a malty backbone. It is brewed with a selection of malts: Pale Ale, Rye and Cara. We use Citra, and a blend of other American hop varieties to create some great citrus flavours.
A copper coloured, easy drinking beer, with considerable depth and complexity. A well balanced malt and fruit flavour continues to a long, refreshing and crisp finish.
Finest Maris Otter malted barley is supplemented with a dash of Crystal malt for balance. Our hops are a blend of four different local varieties, to give a distinctive hoppy finish.
Dark and full bodied, with roasted malt, subtle dried fruit flavours and a light bitterness to finish. An ale for all seasons.
A beautiful copper-coloured beer, late and dry-hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness. Brewed with the finest East Anglian Pale Ale malt barley, sourced locally to the brewery. We use Fuggles hops which we add late in the boil to preserve the herbal flavours of this traditional English hop. We add more Fuggles to each cask so that the flavour of the hops infuses into the beer.
Full bodied and full flavoured, Hophead is our mothership. Hoppy and golden with a distinct floral aroma and mighty elderflower hit from the Cascade hops. A stellar session beer.
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