A pale bitter with hints of lemon and mango.
Light brown beer, abundantly hopped but balanced by malt sugars to give a rich full palate.
A stronger version of Worcestershire Way, this pale golden beer is sweeter and full bodied. Brewed using Celeia, Worcestershire First Gold and Fuggles hops.
A blonde session beer full of hops and gooseberries with a passion fruit aroma.
A luscious stout with rich vanilla and molasses. Vegan friendly.
A copper coloured Bitter given an international twist with an eclectic mix of new and old world hops that give the beer its distinctive lemony aroma and dry finish. Hops: Mosaic and Centennial.
A well rounded premium bitter, amber in colour, clean in taste leading to a pleasant dry finish.
A straw coloured quaffing beer, with an impressive bold citrus hop aroma, fruity balanced sweetness and a lingering refreshing after-taste.
A well rounded beer bursting with natural plum flavour.
Inspired by the fixed wheel couriers of the west coast, this American inspired IPA has no brakes and is packed full of classic American hops delivering upfront fruity citrus flavours, English malts add some balance to the hops with a touch of sweetness.
A light refreshing blonde ale combining Cascade and Centennial hops, flavours of citrus, lemon and lychee sit on top of a sweet malt base.
Deliberately designed to reflect the former 'proper' qualities of Burton-style beers -meaning that pale and crystal malt are combined with British hops and necessary salts at a medium strength, to achieve a complex, amber beer.
A pale coloured ale with a floral nose, slightly sweet start and bitter finish.
A rich dark stout with a strong roasted malt flavour and a long, smooth aftertaste. Suitable for vegans.
Best described as Piffle Snonker with attitude: Extra-pale malt in large enough quantities to induce an alcoholic euphoria are combined with floral hops to produce a deceptively easily-drinkable five-percenter.
This pale ale combines all the best ingredients as those in our other beers but gets an extra 'zesty' hop-hit at the end of the boil.