Our Double Dry Hopped Pale is brewed to soup up your down time by delivering the hop flavour intensity of our DIPAs at a moderate ABV. Doubling our standard Pale Ale’s dry-hopping rate of 8g/L, this beer upturns industry norms where double more often means twice, and delivers a bold, juicy, hazy, and heavily-hopped Pale Ale. Out of our hoppy beer range, this sets the marker for balance between drinkability and flavour impact.
Aroma & Flavour: Juicy tangerine and zesty grapefruit, soft white peach and resinous hop notes
Body: Medium-bodied and velvety with soft carbonation
Aftertaste: Lingering juicy orange and peach with a light, peppery bitterness
This DIPA’s roots stretch back to a full team West Coast beer tasting in September 2015, and our scene-changing V series. Now a staple style in the UK, this DIPA is hoppier, softer, and juicer than the IIPAs that inspired us, and is brewed to showcase our favourite hops, yeast and brewing processes. Effervescent, bold, and bright, this deceptively drinkable strong beer is an excellent party starter.
Aroma & Flavour: Overripe mango and papaya, supported by peach and passion fruit with a light, sweet malt profile
Body: Full-bodied, smooth and juicy
Aftertaste: Lasting juicy orange and noticeable peppery character
Enjoyed the world over, Pilsner is truly iconic beer style and one that leaves little room for error. It calls for exquisite balance between malt character and hop flavour and aroma, with a well-judged bitterness on the finish. We use a classic German lager yeast to provide clean flavours and a crisp finishing snap, but add a New Zealand hop known for soft citrus flavours as a modern twist on this traditional style.
Aroma & Flavour: Lemon, floral hop notes, light herbal honey character
Body: Medium-bodied and crisp, with a dry finish and lively carbonation
Aftertaste: Lasting herbal bitterness, bready malt accents/p> Cloudwater Brew Co.
Our Small Pale is designed to pack the punchy flavours you`ve come to expect from us into a low-strength package. We`ve dedicated time to developing a beer that has enough body to balance the bold hop notes, so you`ll find flavours of mandarin and grapefruit held by a smooth, firm base.
Aroma & Flavour: Top notes of satsuma, supported by pithy grapefruit
Body: Medium-light, smooth with a soft, rolling carbonation
Aftertaste: Juicy orange with a light, resinous bitterness
Classic in style, much like the Helles lagers found in Germany, this is the original Cotswold lager. Deceptively easily to drink, but with lots of hidden depth of flavourCotswold Brew Co.
This is attractively light bodied, seductively well balanced and very drinkable. Brewed by Denmark`s Evil Twin Brewing at Two Roads Brewing Company.
A different kind of IPA; one brewed and dry hopped with a globetrotting selection of new hop varieties from Europe, New Zealand and North America. A beer that delivers massive hop aromas and a signature malt balance.
Pivo Pils is a classically rendered pilsner with a West Coast dry--hopping twist, showcasing stylistic in?uences from Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic. Lighter beer styles like pilsner have been hijacked by industrial lager beer in the United States, and it’s time for craft brewers to take it back. Pivo Pils o?ers impeccable balance with ?oral aromatics, spicy herbal nuances, and bergamot zest and lemongrass notes from dry hopping with German Saphir hops.
This aggressively hopped West Coast IPA showcases stunning pineapple, citrus and piney aromas along with exceptional dry hop flavors of grapefruit and tangerine. This intense brew finds its balance in honey-like pale malt sweetness. The name Union Jack is a nod to the colonial origins of the IPA style, and to the British expatriate who co-founded our brewery.
Two inflammatory words...one wild drink. Nectar imprisoned in a bottle. Let it out. It is cruel to keep a wild animal locked up. Release it."- Ralph Steadman"
Ola Dubh 12 pours black with a modest spattered head that reduces slowly, leaving behind textbook lacing. The aroma is delicious; smoky Worcestershire sauce, leather, iodine and grilled steak. Flavours of smoky-sweet malts, roasted peat, coffee beans and a well-bittered finish. Overall this is a rather exotic brew with a defined barrel influence. It’s refined rather than over the top and very delicious indeed.Harviestoun Brewery
Legend has it that Old Engine Oil was dedicated to our Head Brewer`s love of classic cars. But it`s the thick, dark, chocolatey viscosity that reveals the real inspiration behind the name. We use loads of roasted malt to give it a rich black colour and add plenty of oats to smooth out the tannins and give it a creamy mouthfeel. No aroma hops here, just Galena, East Kent Goldings and Fuggles for bittering. It’s just the job for anyone who appreciates beautifully engineered stuff that used to be made properly. So undo the top button of your pressed pits overalls, ease into the wingback and roll out a rare taste of a truly great British beer. Welcome to our Owners` Club.Harviestoun Brewery
Like the famous mountain it takes its name from, Schiehallion (pronounced "She-hal-i-on") brings intense reward for the sort who like to plant their flag at the very top. The perfectly-paired combination of wheat malt and lager malt is our secret sauce for this ‘Champagne of Lagers’, providing an elegant head, luscious lacing and crisp palate. A lingering, fresh grapefruity finish from whole, pressed hop cones tops it off. So unstrap your knapsack, find a comfy boulder and pour out a pint of pure, premium pluck. It’s all downhill from here!Harviestoun Brewery