Our award-winning flagship beer! Unicorn was born in 1896 and was originally called Robinsons Best Bitter. Unusually light, agile, yet complex, Unicorn hasn't changed in over a hundred years. Dripping with heritage, it's a magnificent, thirst-quenching, thoroughbred bitter. The first of a bloodline that continues to this day.
This is a dry-hopped Pilsner made with classic German Saphir hops, giving vibrant citrus and stone-fruit notes. Built from Bavarian yeast, it has a crisp clean taste. This is lager like it was, like it should be, like it will be. Lager is back!
This crafted Somerset cider is full of flavour blended from the highest quality apples, here at Myrtle Farm. A medium dry golden cider, with a smooth and refreshing taste.
Known at the brewery as Peggy, this Dizzy Blonde is great fun, great company, and often the centre of attention. Inspired by our colonial friends across the pond, Dizzy is sassy, fresh, and a firm family favourite. She's a zesty, vibrant ale with wild, aromatic, invigorating Amarillo hops...and a crisp, dry finish.
A full-bodied malty beer with a clean citrus aroma tackles your taste buds and kicks your opponents into touch.
This light igniting ale flickers complex fruits across your tongue leaving a dry fruity bitter finish smothering your thirst. Inferno uses a blend of five different hops from the Yakima Valley to create its floral aroma and unique flavour.
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.
A very pale, straw-coloured ale served using a special blend to give a delicious peach-like flavour, balanced by a generous mix of traditional hops.
A well-balanced, genuine Yorkshire Bitter, with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma. Boltmaker is first choice for the discerning drinker - on both sides of the Pennines.
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