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.
This is a traditional, dry Somerset scrumpy cider - cloudy in appearance, with a good balance of tannins in the flavour. Easy to drink but beware can make you go weak at the knees!
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.
An IPA for everyday drinking. A pale malt base gives a crisp mouthfeel that allows late-addition and dry hops to come through with a clean punchy bitterness and a good deal of hop flavour for such a light beer.
A single hop English Pale using the new UK hop Ernest. We use the freshest UK hops from Hukins in Tenterden, always bursting with flavour and aroma. This English Pale is slightly different from the norm. Ernest gives a lot more fruity notes, similar to Jester. Soft fruits and peaches on the nose, with pleasant citrus and stonefruit flavours.
A rich golden ale with a floral aroma preceding citrus and tropical fruit flavour from the Australian galaxy hops.
Our house session pale, light, bitter, zesty with Citra and Ekuanot hops.
All that grapey, gooseberryey, light citrusy goodness you'd expect from Nelson, with a spicey pepperiness and a clean bitterness to finish off. A clean yeast on this one, so it's all Nelson in yer face. Enjoy!
Picea combines massive amounts of Simcoe and Ekuanot to give a very clean and refreshing hoppy pale. Expect deep stone fruits from the Simcoe married to big and brash citrus from the Ekuanot.
A citrus-led pale, as you'd expect from Citra and Summit, but the more tropical notes of Citra are absolutely present, and accentuated by the joyous fruity esters of London Fog yeast.