Hop forward cask ale, which is made from the finest pearl barley, English grown Sovereign hops and El Dorado hops. This combination creates a deceptively full-bodied pale ale with a refreshing floral and fruit hop character.
Plum, prunes, raisins, a touch of toffee and tropical fruit are just some of the flavours flourishing beneath the crimson-copper coloured cloak of this eminently easy-drinking ale. A peppery, resinous hop finish - courtesy of Kent-grown Cascade hops - adds a spice to the nutty sweetness. Rather remarkable with a roast.
A beautifully light and fruity beer with good hoppy bitterness. It leaves a refreshing bitterness which prompts the next gulp. A wonderful, old fashioned, 'session' beer. Brewed for drinking with no frills.
A thirst quenching golden ale. It has refreshing citrus flavours and the lovely aroma of the cascade hops. Brewed since December 2011, this beer has become a much loved beer.
The quintessential Oxfordshire Bitter. Amber in colour with a good fruit, hop and malt nose. The initial taste of malt and well hopped bitterness dissolves into a bitter-sweet and fruity finish. Brewed using the famous Henley 'double-drop' fermentation system incorporating six Victorian square fermenting vessels. Formerly known as Brakspear Bitter.