2023's Beers and Ciders
The ales and ciders will be announced as soon as they are known.
Fruity, premium strength golden ale, hops from America, way down under, and the Continent. 2020 Champion Beer of Yorkshire Gold medal (premium bitter category) and 6-time medallist since 2011. Dangerously easy drinking.
American Pale Ale
Crisp and citrusy with a signature dry finish, our classic American Pale Ale is brewed with a liberal dose of US hops: Cascade, Chinook and Centennial. A stellar combination.
Dark Star Brewing Company
An eminently drinkable pale session ale. Subtle malt and floral notes are matched splendidly with citrus hop, rounded off with a slightly dry finish.
Dancing Duck Brewery
Bonza is our big ripper cask pale from the land down under. Light and super fruity, Galaxy and Topaz hops combine to give you heaps of passionfruit on the nose and a smooth mouthful of ripe peach and juicy lychee, chocolate finish.
Only With Love
Easy-drinking ale, it drinks much fuller with plenty of rich malt, toffee and biscuit flavours complemented by a hint of bitterness. A moreish, sessionable ale that's full of character.
St Austell Brewery
This pale-straw coloured beer delivers complete satisfaction. With refreshment levels going through the roof, this beer can be enjoyed at all times of the day (although before breakfast may be pushing it a little).
The palest golden beer packed with peachy, exotic fruit flavours. Dangerously drinkable!
A malty fruitcake of a bitter underpinned with a modern hop profile with Centennial, Monroe and Azacca hops giving a fresh citrus edge to a classic bitter.
This amber-red beer has an inviting fruity, hoppy aroma, leading to a smooth, balanced flavour, with generous fruit and malt notes, plus hazelnut hints in the finish.
A very rambunctious pale ale, Seville oranges atop of Amarillo & Mandarina Bavaria hops deliver a jampacked orange fruits explosion of a pale ale.
Fixed Wheel Brewery
Green Hopped Hoppily
Pale session ale hopped with British endeavour for a light aromatic and very drinkable flavour.
Have It! Best Bitter
Best Bitter Appearance: Dark Gold/ Light Ruby Aroma: Malt, Biscuit Flavour.
Brewed with extra pale malt and wheat for a light biscuit base, then layered with mountains of pithy, aromatic Citra and juicy, dank Mosaic hops for a burst of citrus fruit flavour and a subtle, bitter finish. Made to be as pale as a Scottish suntan.
Glen Affric Brewery
This light golden American-style IPA has a complex hop experience, with a building hoppiness in the mouth which bursts with powerful citrus fruit flavours, culminating in a surprisingly smooth finish.
Lincoln Imperial Ale
Malty and floral aroma. Clear gold body, white head. Biscuit, malty, floral, chalk.
Black Hole Brewery
A classic approach to a style of beer first developed in Victorian London. Roasted malt and chocolate flavours abound in London Thunder; a smooth, dark porter brewed using a blend of seven malts and English hops.
Roosters Brewing Company
Extra Pale ale at session strength, dry-hopped with two classic American hops - Citra & Amarillo - leading to a characterful, however still easy-drinking pale ale.
Bristol Beer Factory
A beautiful, chestnut coloured ale with subtle hints of caramel and lovely depth of flavour from Roasted and Crystal barley.
Our summer session ale, Vegan and Gluten Free. This light easy drinking beer is perfect when the sun comes out.
Hollow Stone Brewing Company
Pale/Hazy Aroma of Berries with a flavour of Light bitterness, Citrus, Peach, Juicy notes.
Black Storm Brewery
Tyne & Wear
The Bandon Car
Well-balanced porter which is rich and satisfying, with a roasted edge and a sweet lingering aftertaste.
Lords Brewing Company
An extra pale ale using three American hop varieties used in abundance to deliver a crisp, aromatic pale ale with clean and refreshing citrus fruit flavours.
Session IPA showcasing the tropical flavours of the mosaic hop delivering bold and fruity flavours. A hoppy thirst quencher.
The Fat Cat Brewing Company
A classic hoppy ale balancing a strong citrus aroma and a pronounced malt background.
The ultimate in cider indulgence, with the firstpress of Herefordshire apples at the heart and soul of Friels.
Aston Manor Cider
Filled with the bright, zesty flavours of earlyseason fruit such as Discovery, Katy and Irish Peach, our Traditional Cider is light refreshing and very easy-drinking.
Ampleforth Abbey Cider
Semi sweet cider with a hint of Perry.
Panting Partridge is a medium organic perry with a juicy pear taste and delicate wine finish.
Newton Court Cider
Sweet but incredibly refreshing with a glorious fresh tasting pear flavour and a wonderful pear aroma.
A rich bronze cider that is as smooth as it is tasty. Beautifully balanced with a satisfyingly rounded finish.
Snails Bank Cider Company
Pineapple and Pink Grapefruit
The sweet tasty Pineapple is balanced out by the tangy Grapefruit. English cider with a tropical twist!
Snails Bank Cider Company
Red and black fruits blended with our cloudy cider to produce a unique, refreshing fruit medley bursting with flavour. Slightly cloudy.
An out of the ordinary mix of apples and pears expertly blended to tantalise your taste buds. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs.
Gwynt Y Ddraig Cider
Somerset cider and tangy rhubarb to make this a real taste sensation. Sweet and full of rhubarb flavour with a tart edge
A rich and fruity rustic cider bursting with apple flavour. Cloudy and Medium Sweet.
Semi-sweet, it's an easy one to drink. light coloured, slightly bitter taste with a good hint of apple.
A fruity medium Perry with a complex yet balanced flavour only found in real Perry, made from Stinking Bishop Perry pears.
Snails Bank Cider Company
The perfect marriage between Scottish methods and Scotland’s favourite craft cider. We use single malt scotch whisky casks to give our cider it’s warming notes of oak, vanilla and honey.
Thistly Cross Cider
Celtic Marches Wild Berries 4% Cider is medium craft cider bursting with the quintessential taste of the Herefordshire hedgerow. A rich blend of wild berries creates its deep crimson tone. The delicate strawberry nose comes through leaving the wonderful afternotes of the bramble blackberries finish.
Celtic Marches Cider
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