Pale premium beer balancing hints of sweetness and bitterness with full hop aroma. Pleasant grapefruit traces may be detected.
Chocolate flows through to smooth coffee in our deep red malty warming porter.
The original Summer ale brewed all year round. An extremely pleasant bitter, straw coloured beer with a terrific fresh, hoppy aroma. This, coupled with an intense bitterness, leads to an excellent long, dry finish. Probably the beer to receive the most awards in Britain!
A strong hop flavour of citrus and resin with a delicate malt background.
The yeast strain used for the brewing of this American style pale ale is specially imported from the USA, along with Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops. The low colour Maris Otter malt provides a perfect light colour and dryness to complement the crisp taste and full aroma of the hops. SERIOUSLY FULL OF HOPS.
An extremely clean-drinking pale golden ale with a strong floral aroma and elderflower notes from the Cascade hops.
Our traditional still farmhouse cider with the addition of lime.
A medium-dry still cider produced using a blend of Kentish culinary and dessert apples.
A fruity and refreshing blend of our Medium Apple Cider infused with rhubarb.
A 100% whole juice cider from apples that are hand-picked, hand sorted, hand-pressed and fermented with yeast time and patience. Seacider Hardcore is a full bodied dry cider has complex and punchy apple aromas.
The bittersweet aroma and taste of cider country with a lingering ripe fruit sweetness, easy drinking Somerset cider.
Grapefruit and citrus from exclusive use of Cascade hops are enhanced by a Jasmine flower infusion. Brewed with Brighton band The Galleons for the launch of their third album.
A light refreshing beer with pungent grapefruit, lychee and gooseberry aromas leading to a dry, bitter finish.
A super hoppy pale ale. Heavily loaded with American Simcoe hops.
Since we’re based in the post-industrial heartlands of Lancashire, we needed a true northern lad of a beer that tells it like it is. So open thy chops and get thee some of this golden ale down t’piehole.