Light, copper-coloured ale with fruity taste and aromas with an unusual blend of body and dryness.
A refreshing extra pale session ale, brewed using Sussex spring water, extra pale malts and an indecent amount of zesty, floral, oh so delicious hops. Unfined, naturally hazy, suitable for vegans and gluten free.
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.
Our new winter warmer, a smooth and warming beer perfect for the dark winter nights. A big malt base and large charge of English grown Northdown, Goldings and Challenger hops combine perfectly to give a rich, slightly spicy and decadent flavor with aromas of festive fruits. Finishing with a full body rounded bitterness.
A dessert in a glass. This beer is brewed using unfermentable lactose sugar, vanilla beans and plenty of roasted malts to provide a sweet, smooth caramel drinking experience. No blowtorch was used in the making of this beer.
An extremely clean-drinking pale golden ale with a strong floral aroma and elderflower notes from the Cascade hops.
Medium-sweet, cloudy, and slowly matured still cider made from freshly pressed apples, paired with a refreshing infusion of rhubarb juice. The well balanced, fruity taste and tart finish provides a deliciously moreish cider.
A genuine taste of sticky toffee made from caramel and apples to ensure this number is full flavoured and utterly delicious!
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.
The bittersweet aroma and taste of cider country with a lingering ripe fruit sweetness, easy drinking Somerset cider.
A still cider produced using a blend of Kentish culinary and dessert apples. Medium-dry.
This isn’t your average bitter - the hops do more to this deep amber coloured beer than just provide bite. Any old hop can do that! We’ve selected some of the most aromatic and tangy hops from the other side of the pond to give this red a fresh hit that complements the caramel flavours of the malts that gives this beer its colour.
This very pale hoppy ale is made from low colour Maris Otter malt. A combination of three high-alpha American hops produce an intensely aromatic and resinous finish.
A collaboration with our good friends at St Austell Brewery. A delicious East India Porter using Centennial and Mosaic hops, St Austell's yeast and a smidge of Nelson Sauvin. Expect notes of chocolate, a slight roasted aroma and a great hop punch.
A delightfully smooth cream stout with flavours of chocolate, coffee and liquorice from a blend of dark roasted English malts, balanced perfectly with the rich fruity aroma and subtle spice undertones of East Kent Golding, Challenger and Bramling Cross hops.
Dark and delicious, a rich jet black milk stout made with a combination barley, oats, wheat and roasted chocolate malts. The result is a satisfying balance of coffee, vanilla and chocolate notes and a full malt base. One to be savoured.
Very pale and light malt flavours are accentuated by four heavy charges of England’s finest hops. A modern twist on a classic style.