Aromas of cracker, light honey and pepper this lager is crisp, balanced with a suitable level of bitterness to ensure it has a dry, refreshing bite. Keep it nice and chilled. We drink it straight from the bottle. Feel free to pour yours into a glass if you want. Goes well with any food eaten on a hot summer’s day.
- Big Drop
- Big Drop
- Brains Craft
- East Of Avalon
- Little Creatures
- Marston’s Brewery
- Old Speckled
- Stella Artois
- Taunton Cider Company
- Timothy Taylor's
- Wild Weather Ales
This dry-hopped pale ale is deliciously refreshing. The nose has hints of pine and honey. Packed full of flavour from citrus-heavy hops with a twist of fresh lime to create a crisp, zesty beer. We serve it cold from the fridge in a straight-sided half pint glass and enjoy it on its own, with a spicy Thai curry or a well-stacked chicken burger.
With notes of coffee, cocoa nibs and a lingering hint of sweet vanilla this beer is dark, rich and indulgent. We keep ours in the fridge but take it out about an hour or so before we drink it as all that decadence needs a bit of warming up. We pour it fast into a tulip glass so the gorgeous coffee aromas can stretch their legs. If it’s early in the evening, an oyster or two sets it off nicely. If it’s later, a chocolate fondant rounds off this truly extravagant beer.
The vibrant Amarillo hop infuses fresh, orange flavours into this bright, refreshing, award-winning beer.
Crisp, dry Japanese beer.
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NEW! A contemporary IPA. Golden in colour with a clean citrusy taste, coupled with a full-bodied mouthfeel
Light and refreshing, our signature Blonde ale balances soft malt flavours with subtle spice from Bohemian Saaz hops.
A well-balanced, genuine Yorkshire Bitter, with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma. Gold medal winner in the Bitters category…