A lager of purity and freshness, brewed using Saaz and Cascade hops and fine English pale malt. Then, for a cleaner, fruitier and more aromatic finish, re-fermented with Champagne yeast and a ‘dosage’ of rare Nelson Sauvin hops. This is a lager for people who love beer.
This golden beer, has been gently infused with juniper berries to give a subtle, dry, fruity finish to this stunning beer.
A gorgeous, easy-drinking Golden Ale where tropical fruit flavours come to the fore ahead of a subtle yet rewarding bitterness.
Pilsner style lager brewed with Crystal, Aurora and Styrian Cardinal hops. The perfect refreshment. A crisp, clean, lager with pine, citrus and earthy hop notes.
A distinctive, mid-brown bitter ale, with all the hoppy aroma you would expect of a beer brewed in the heart of the hop country.
The concept was to create a juicy tropical beer. A brew you can sit on and drink all day, rammed with juicy malts and huge tropical aromas of mango and grapefruit. Massive additions of American hops are added to the whirlpool giving huge hop flavour. The beer is then dry hopped for days, driving the punchy aromas so you can smell it from miles away!
A modern take on a classic bitter, Slave to the Money has a complex and measured malt base and generous additions of Kentish Bramling Cross hops giving notes of blackberries, currants and all the best parts of a really great fruit cake.
An ultra-pale super refreshing session IPA hopped with Ella and Galaxy. Expect hints of tropical fruit, mango, lychee and melon.
Chinook, Mosaic and Simcoe hopped pale.
Vibrant yet well-balanced hop flavours leave the palate with an assertive finish. A painstakingly chosen blend of aromatic hops complements the best British pale malt to give both its citrus floral aroma and glorious golden hue.
A beautifully balanced amber Best Bitter; Winkle Picker’s maltiness offset by a firm but not overpowering bitterness and a delightful hint of orange delivers everything one could desire from a classic British Bitter.
A classic copper-coloured Kentish Session Bitter which perfectly captures the ruggedness of a Whitstable Native. Satisfying malt flavours complement the aromas of the county’s most famous hops – the Fuggle and the East Kent Golding.