Dark and strong. Full of sweet malt character, toffee and liquorice. Chased along by a big hard hitting bitterness with blackberry, citrus and aniseed. The sort of beer to poke you in the eye and pinch your Christmas presents!Backyard Brewhouse
Smooth, golden bitter. Citra and Styrian hops give an intense citrus, tropical fruit
Double Dry Hopped seasonal special. Amber hued beer with a light sweet note. Denali, Simcoe, Mosaic, Citra and Centennial hhops for big tropical flavour with hints of pineapple and soft pine.Backyard Brewhouse
A straw-coloured bitter which initially seems sweet, but a complex dry, hoppy taste soon predominates.
Probably the best example of the traditional Black Country style of bitter. No better partner to a lunchtime snack!Batham's Brewery
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.
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.
Triple Hopped Bitter - British caramel floor malt with triple hops for bitterness, liquorice and tropical fruit aromas, producing a unique depth and intensity.Birmingham Brewing Co.
An Amber Ale with 18% Rye malt to add a dry and biscuit quality to the beer. Rich malts add caramel character and Chinook hops add citrus, pine and spice while Cascade adds more spice and citrus with added floral notes. Clean US05 yeast is used to allow the hops to shine through.Brick Brewery
A combination of Citra, Simcoe, Ekuanot and Amarillo provide a big hit of citrus, mango and peach, which coupled with the soft and pillowy body means this is hazy, juicy and punchy.Brick Brewery
Extra Pale, Wheat, Flaked Barley & Carapils - Hopped in the whirpool with Columbus & Centennial then dry hopped with Columbus, Centennial & HBC431 for bright tangerine and grapefruit aromas, backed up with subtle piney bitterness.
Super pale, oats & malted wheat make up the grist to provide a lean malt profile for the layering of Citra, Chinook, Comet & Simcoe hops, providing bright citrus, melon and pine!Burnt Mill Brewery
This one-off IPA is brewed to showcase one of the most distinctive and expressive hop varieties developed by the Hop Breeding Company in recent years, alongside a staple of the craft beer world. Sabro has quickly captured the imagination through a unique and unusual flavour profile, encompassing everything from key lime pie to fresh mint, while Citra is renowned for consistency of quality.
Aroma & Flavour: Top notes of fresh mint, juicy pineapple and tangerine, light coconut
Body: Full-bodied, smooth and juicy, soft carbonation
Aftertaste: Lasting notes of mint, pithy navel orange
Advancements to our water treatment and yeast give this one-off Double IPA an incredibly soft, smooth body and rounded flavour profile, making it remarkably easygoing despite its strength. A blend of bold, hand selected hops from America and New Zealand provides an intriguing combination of floral high notes and a juicy fruit backbone.
Aroma & Flavour: Floral notes and green pear, with underlying flavours of honeydew melon and tangerine
Body: Full-bodied, soft and silky, low carbonation
Aftertaste: Notes of pine and juicy melon, with a touch of resinous bitterness
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
Orange and fennel is a classic flavour combination that has become a staple of the culinary world, particularly in light summer dishes. So we decided to use these ingredients in a smooth, aromatic Belgian Pale Ale, hopped with Loral, which is known for bright orange and herbal characteristics. One to savour with a delicious meal on a late summer's evening.
Aroma & Flavour: Top notes of underripe banana, bubblegum and clove, a squeeze of orange, supporting fennel flavour
Body: Smooth and creamy with a dry finish
Aftertaste: Light herbal bitterness, lasting flavours of fresh dough and fennel
This Belgian Bitter is an exercise in balance. Trademark Belgian yeast characteristics, including flavours of clove and underripe banana, intertwine with a firm hop bitterness, underpinned by a soft, sweet malt profile and smooth body. It's our take on an elegant, modern classic.
Aroma & Flavour: Bright orange and grapefruit, supported by clove, cardamom and underripe banana
Body: Smooth yet light, slight sweetness followed by a dry finish
Aftertaste: Clove, cardamom and banana linger in a long finish characterised by a strong, pithy bitterness
This clean, delicate beer sits somewhere between a Pale Ale and a Lager - an ideal, easy-drinker for nights out with friends, or just moments where you’re craving a beer but need to keep it moving afterwards. Bright citrus flavours lead into a crisp finish with a restrained, zesty bitterness.Cloudwater Brewing Co
Juicy, soft, and full of ripe tropical fruit flavours from a blend of hops and aromatic yeast, this IPA is our modern take on a classic style. Showcasing hop flavours and yeast esters against a big body from high protein malts, to replicate the mouthfeel of tropical fruit, this beer finishes with a low bitterness to let the hop aromas and flavours linger on your palate.
Aroma & Flavour: Mango pulp and pineapple chunks, combined with navel orange
Body: Silky, full-bodied and juicy with soft, pillowy carbonation
Aftertaste: Lasting juicy orange and noticeable peppery character
Old world meets new world in this bright, clean and refreshing Pilsner. Modern hops from Germany and New Zealand were used as a slight twist on a classic recipe, providing fresh citrus and herbal notes without detracting from the overall balance. Firm bitterness and a crisp snap on the finish make this the perfect partner for a summer beer garden.
Aroma & Flavour: Lemon, grapefruit and marmalade, prominent floral and herbal notes, light underlying malt accents
Body: Light and clean with a dry finish
Aftertaste: Firm herbal bitterness, accompanied by grapefruit pith and white bread
This is the final beer brewed at Cloudwater by one of Staffordshire's finest exports, Jake Oulsnam. Our moustachioed brewer has left for a life on the road, slinging coffee to folks across Europe from the back of a van. Before heading off he brewed one of his favourite recipes - a bright, bitter West Coast IPA with New Zealand hops. Dunna be flummoxed lad, always fassen fossen fost.Cloudwater Brewing Co
Brewed with the team from our London taproom, 73 Enid Street, Nazerbier is a tribute to our very own Helpful George. This Coffee Porter is designed to imitate George's drink of choice - a black Americano. It uses the very same espresso blend from Brewtal Coffee London that the 73 Enid Street team drank together while setting up the bar. Proceeds will be donated to SUDEP Action, dedicated to raising awareness of epilepsy risks. See you later, sunshine. This one is for you.Cloudwater Brewing Co
Our season-long Pale Ale is a beer for everyday moments, whether it's conversation with friends or quiet relaxation after work, and aims to provide balance between bold flavour and easy drinkability. It's full of rounded tropical fruit flavours with a soft juicy finish and low bitterness.
Aroma & Flavour: Mango, passion fruit and orange, with a light, lasting malt character
Body: Light to medium body with spritzy carbonation
Aftertaste: Soft and juicy fruit finish, low bitterness
Brewed in collaboration with our friends from Modern Times in San Diego and Crosby Hop Farm, this low-ABV Pale Ale is designed to showcase two Crosby varietals renowned for deep, fleshy fruit flavours, Idaho 7 and Belma. A high proportion of Munich malt was used to add greater depth of flavour and a subtle sweetness that will complement the fruity notes.
Aroma & Flavour: Initial hit of overripe mango and pineapple yields to soft peach and light, creamy mango, supported by resinous hop notes
Body: Light, yet soft, smooth and silky
Aftertaste: Notes of grapefruit zest become more prominent, underpinned by light, biscuity malt flavours
Distinctive New Zealand hop varietal Motueka is famous for producing incredibly bright flavours of fresh lime. We couldn't resist the chance to use one of our hand selected lots in a light, thirst-quenching Gose, the German style that blends sourness with salinity. Additions of lime juice and zest were used to ramp up the refreshment even further, creating a vibrant and eminently drinkable sour beer.
Aroma & Flavour: Freshly zested lime, followed by a burst of lime juice, with a light, supporting salinity
Body: Light with a restrained sourness and dry finish, spritzy carbonation
Aftertaste: Lime juice lingers into the finish, over a faint cracker malt base
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.
Café Racer is a dark roasted coffee and vanilla porter with a hint of danger. A nod to the speed-crazed bikers who risked life and limb to race from one greasy spoon café to the next – dark as your favourite leathers, smooth as a Triumph Bonneville and crazy as going ton-up and heading for the hairpin.Fierce Beer
A fabulous balance of Amarillo and Centennial hops, orange peel and orange puree. Its a full on juicy and hazy IPA with a bitter kick from both the hops and the peel. Really drinkable, and a perfect Summer refreshment.Fierce Beer
Pilsner is a classic lager style beer which has been brewed for centuries in Pilsen, in the Czech Republic. It is cold fermented and matures slowly. Fierce Pilsner has spent over six weeks in tank, uses a traditional yeast strain and noble hops to develop a crisp, clean flavour profile with a little sweetness.Fierce Beer
Carioca is a superfruit kettle sour. Acai leads, with blueberry, pomegranate and cranberry playing back-up. It’s a sweet and sour, super food of a beer. (Maybe) one of your 5 a day.
Goes well with budgie smugglers and healthy(ish) living.Gipsy Hill Brewery
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
A dark brown strong beer, finely balanced, with a strong malt and nutty flavour. The hop character is present in the aftertaste, which is dominated by a pleasant sweetness.