A 3.8% beer bursting with hops, extremely clean-drinking Hoppy Pale Ale with a strong floral aroma. Full-bodied and full-flavoured yet gentle enough to make it a stunning session beer. Citra, Chinook and Equinox hops.
Brewed to celebrate the 200th year of Crabble Corn Mill, this beer is named after the red paint used on the mill stones. A 5 Hop, ruby red premium bitter with biscuit and toasted malt base supporting a broad hoppy smooth finish.
Made using a single Pilsner malt and Cascade and Galaxy hops. It has the pale straw colour normally associated with lagers but is less carbonated and definitely an ale. Fruity and less bitter than the IPA.
A classic copper-coloured Kentish Session Bitter which perfectly captures the ruggedness of a Whitstable Native. Satisfying malt flavours complement the aromas of the county’s most famous hops – the Fuggle and the East Kent Golding.
Brown, chocolate, black, and crystal malts produce a dark rich ale with roasted vanilla aroma, and a sweet chocolate coffee flavour. This RUM version is conditioned with Dark Navy Rum, giving added sweetness and rich rum aroma.
A golden ale with burst of liquorice and black pepper with blackcurrant and lemon notes.
Cracklin’ Rosie is a 4.5% perry – made from 100% pressed pear juice. It is a medium perry and the taste is fine and delicate – it is light in colour with a very slight green hue.
A zingy blend of cider and bursting blackcurrants, with a crisp apple finish. A perfect blend of sweetness and soft acidity.
First press of the season. This medium/dry cider delivers super appley flavour from our farm grown Discovery apples.
The marrying of these three flavours, sloe, gin and cider culminate with the characteristics of a fruity cider punch.
A classic aromatic blend of cider and seasonal spices. Great for all seasons, but especially tasty as a festive treat!
Bang on trend. This sumptuous blend of cider and caramel, with just a hint of salt to soften the acidity is a massive hit with those who have a sweeter tooth. Golden in colour, with a sweet caramel aroma, this moreish cider will keep heads turning… and pints serving.
Old Rosie is the name given to our 1921 Aveling and Porter steam roller, that still sits in our yard in Herefordshire. Strong, reliable and so loved by everyone in the Westons family, we named this cloudy cider in her honour. Light, crisp and dry, this truly old fashioned cloudy cider is slowly matured and left unfiltered.
A sumptuous blend of cider and cherry. Not too sweet, but full of fruity cherry flavours.