Packed to the wings with Apollo, Simcoe and Admiral expect bold herbal, pine and grapefruit flavours to swarm your pallet. For the hop head, and those who like things a little bit bitter.
Our very first ale, a rich golden coloured beer produced by blending optic malt, crystal wheat and a small amount of torridied wheat. Added to this are Goldings and Styrian Golding hops which give that distinctly light hoppy aroma and taste.
Red in colour and big in character. Grateful Red IPA perfectly balances the hop-forward flavors and aromas of a traditional IPA with the delicious caramel, malty body of an Amber Ale. Enjoy the resinous kick of an IPA with notes of something a bit softer and smoother.
A refreshing cask-conditioned White Pilsner hopped with Target, Simcoe and Chinook, Paddler has a fruity aroma with notes of berry, apricot, passion fruit, and citrus. The flavour and aroma is quite complex and unique.
Straw gold in colour, a balanced malt bill gives a great mouth feel and a finish that keeps on giving. Restrained bitterness followed by massive peach, pine and resinous hop flavours to keep you satisfied. A session IPA that’s perfect for the end of the day (or the start).
Our Transatlantic Pale brings a little British reserve to the somewhat brash US pale ales. Uniting robust malt and epic fruitiness with balanced bitterness and a clean finish.
Easy going citrusy session pale to kick back with.
A hop-driven, quietly refreshing session ale – inspired by America; crafted over here. Explore this resinous, floral brew for citrus notes of grapefruit.
Classic in style, much like the Helles lagers found in Germany, this is the original Cotswold lager. Deceptively easily to drink, but with lots of hidden depth of flavour.
Cider with rhubarb. Sweet cider blended with rhubarb juice for a distinctive sweet and just lightly tart rhubarb flavour.
A medium cider made from a selected blend of eating and culinary apples from Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Made in the Norfolk style to deliver a fresh apple flavour.
Very well balanced still cider, with a refreshing pure apple taste.
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.
Introducing Sabro, hailing from the mountains of New Mexico - a new hop which has been produced from a distinct sub-species of the hop family which has been growing wild in the mountains of New Mexico for the past million years. Sabro promises an intoxicating and complex blend of fruity, citrus flavours, distinct tangerine and coconut with hints of cedar, mint and cream. The anticipation for this neomexicana hop is real and the proof will be in the pouring.
Our take on the American Pale Ale. Centennial and Mosaic cosying up to each other in a rich malty body.
Best bitter brewed with all English malt and hops. Full malty body with a hint of fruit.
Pale ale, brewed with Simcoe, Citra and Mosaic hops. Nice balance of malt and fresh hoppy flavours and aromas.
Blonde ale with added strawberry essence and milk lactose to give a fruity aroma and creamy mouthfeel.
In hops we trust. Blonde and packed with three of the biggest hitting USA hops, this one punches above its ABV with a surprising amount of body.
A late hopped golden ale with Chinook and Cascade hops giving loads of hop flavour and aroma with hints of roasted malts.
A Limonata Pale… An Ultra Pale which emulates almost toxic levels of citrus zing. A nuclear sherbet dib-dab of lemon, lime and tropical pineapple.
This marshmallow porter has the classic roasty qualities of a proper dark ale, whilst the marshmallow gives it a smooth sweetness, both combining for a delightful, S’mores-like ale. A sweet treat for the cold winter nights.
Incredibly drinkable pale ale, extremely light in colour, crafted using US hops, giving massive citrus flavour and aroma.
Intentionally cloudy, hoppy pale ale. Described as alcoholic Lilt. Using Oats and Bramling Cross as the base, then double dry hopped with Mosaic. A collaboration brew with Honest Burgers, Reading.
Still, traditional medium-dry cider. It's all about the apples in this traditional cider crafted for the modern-day: well-rounded, with toffee-apple notes and the irresistible taste of a West Country Orchard.