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.
Roasted barley, malted oats and Kent-grown Fuggles hops combine to create this luscious, bible-black stout.
We wanted to create a light, crisp, punchy, go to beer! A beer that you know you can pick up and appreciate or simply get it down ya neck. Extra pale base malts are used to keep it crisp and give the hops a great platform to dance on. Masses of hop additions during the whirlpool and a huge dose of dry hops make this a brilliantly 'easy' IPA.
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!
Using the sweetest dessert and a higher percentage of cider apples this, more punchy cider is aged for a year to mellow, giving a rich medium sweet cider with lots of complexity and a long smooth finish.
High Diver plunges you into a world of fine bubbles and bobbing apples. A luxurious blend with Cox and Bramley apples, medium dry, marrying fresh acidity with a bright aromatic fruit character.
Naturally cloudy thanks to the juice of the Jonagold apple.
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.
A light refreshing beer with pungent grapefruit, lychee and gooseberry aromas leading to a dry, bitter finish.
Warming, mid brown beer, hints of autumn berries, toffee and caramel with a predominantly malty flavour, balanced by a hoppy nose and a dry hoppiness emerging in the finish.
Here in Kent, we brewers brew Kent Green Hop ales, fetching freshly picked and undried hops from the growers during the harvest, in September, and rushing back to the brewery to capture the spirit of the season in the day's brew. These beers are the freshest beer can get, truly of place and season, and they taste divine.
Roasted malt start, leading to a sweet finish. Toasted granary bread dark malts collide with Kentish Challenger whole green hops finishing with a hoppy bitterness on the palette.
Lovely, light green hop pale. Generous on those fresh green East Kent Goldings hops.
Mid brown, slight maltiness on the palate followed by a burst of hops with a lingering bittersweet aftertaste.
A mellow, easy drinking ale brewed with a little crystal malt and a lot of Goldings hops. Nothing flash, just a very decent malty body and a balancing hop flavour.