An easy drinking traditional cloudy medium dry cider blended to give a fresh apple flavour with hints of citrus and spice.
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.
This medium, pale and slightly hazy Perry has a subtle fresh pear aroma, and lingering honey notes. Made from super ripe Comice pears, and blended with a touch of Bramley to add a soft acidity.
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.
A sumptuous blend of cider and cherry. Not too sweet, but full of fruity cherry flavours.
Full flavoured bitter, brewed with sloe berries and totally delicious.
Our Kentish Ale envokes the faint spicy aroma of well-seasoned, smoked cedar logs and orange drifts from this full-bodied bitter. A great pint to enjoy with friends at your local.
A Porter with a pronounced maltiness balanced with a mild bitterness, giving a satisfying, quaffable and refreshing Ale. The rich flavour is enhanced by a combination of Kent grown “Bramling Cross” and “Golding” hops that combine light citrus with blackcurrent notes.
Crisp, clean tasting blonde beer with a refreshing bitterness to quench a thirst any time of year. Fully flavoured with a combination of spicy and citrus notes from generous amounts of Kent grown “Challenger” and “First Gold” hops. This beer packs a real taste punch and is very hoppy, maybe not for those that like their Ale on the milder side.