Brewed with all-British hops. The zesty beer has a tang of grapefruit and lime in its flavour. It takes its name Indian Runner, from the ducks that feed outside the brewery on our spent grain each day.
Our flagship beer. Brewed to the same recipe for over 30 years. A classic Burton style bitter with a distinctive Burton flavour. Our most popular beer Hops used are Challenger, Target and Northdown with Styrion added at the end of the boil.
The first of the Mild's brewed by Burton Bridge Brewery, following on from the success of the XL Bitter, the brewery was asked for a darker beer Adapting the recipe slightly with the inclusion of caramel to darken the beer and produce a smoother flavour, XL Mild proved an immediate favourite.
A pale and refreshing beer with a distinctive hop character, ideal for quenching a well earned thirst.
This milk porter gives a big hit of chocolate with hints of treacle and liquorice in its flavour.
A fruitier version of Top Dog Stout. The addition of blackberry juice adds a subtle sweetness to our regular stout. Hops used are Challenger.
A powerful, well balanced brew of Cascade and Magnum hops with a fruity malty taste.
A blonde beer with a zesty grapefruit aroma and palate. This is a rebadge of Abbey Blonde but with the addition of Pacific North West hop oil.
A cloudy NEIPA brewed from oats and pale malt. Low in bitterness, but crammed full of citrus and tropical fruit flavours from dry-hopping with Mosaic, Citra and Amarillo.
A crisp, light and refreshing session IPA, brewed from pale, wheat and oat malts. Thirst-quenching and moderately bitter, hop aromas of citrus and tropical fruits come from generous quantities of Mosaic, Ella and Vic Secret added to the kettle and as a dry hop.
A collision between our crisp Somerset cider and our own premium cola. Smooth and refreshing with hints of caramel.
Very dark brown, fruity beer with distinctive bitter-sweet finish.
Originally brewed as a 'something different' for a small beer festival, Porter has now become a regular beer of the brewery's portfolio. A dark fruity beer with a distinctive bitter after palate.
Golden bitter. A perfectly balanced, moreish beer. The malty and bitter start leads to a hoppy body with some astringency.
Awaiting tasting notes from brewery.
Amber in colour, this premium bitter has light malty overtone, balanced with the classic pairing of Fuggles and Target hops.
Brewed in honour of the mascot of the now defunct Staffordshire Regiment and his handler. Colour Sergeant Watchman III, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, was a regular at the Brewery tap, until his death in June 1998, but never drank on duty. Hops used are Challenger.
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The Woodman is in the Potteries CAMRA branch area.