Festive Citra hopped IPA. This lovely zesty beer is laden with fruity and floral aromas.
A full-bodied, dark brown, strong ale. Slightly malty but with hints of roast coffee and liquorice. A smooth caramel overlay and a complex fruitiness leads to a bitter chocolate finish.
A full-bodied, nut-brown ale with a fruity flavour, reminiscent of bananas and pears with citrus overtones.
A full-bodied, very distinctive beer with a bitter-sweet aftertaste.
Powerful fruitiness, with flavours reminiscent of redcurrants, raspberries and strawberries intermingled with citrus notes. The fruitiness is balanced out by the famous Ruddles bitterness and by a delicate aroma.
Bitter with a faint flowery aroma and a moderately fruity, malty taste. The finish is long but pleasantly bitter with some sweetness and dryness.
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 legendary Black Dragon! This cider now has quite a following amongst the most descerning cider drinkers. It is rich in colour, body and flavour with a fresh, fruity aroma.
A light brown hoppy traditional beer with a German twist and hints of sweet blackcurrant aromas.
A beautifully balanced beer, fruity by nature, with a well-rounded body and the suggestive echo of crystal malt.
A full-bodied warm chestnut coloured ale with a fresh caramel chocolate taste and a smooth bitter/dry finish.
Our award-winning amber ale packs a smooth citrus punch whilst balancing a dry pine and zesty flavour throughout. The finish is robust with a long bitterness.
This seasonal brew's rich and spicy fruit flavours combine with roasted malts and hops to perfectly balance its darker aftertaste. Red in colour, it's a ruby temptress with flavours of devastating proportions.
Mahseer IPA is now brewed at a higher strength of 5.8% abv India Pale Ale as it was always intended to be strong bitter and very hoppy! Named after the legendary Golden Mahseer, which is the most highly prized fish a freshwater angler can catch.