The 3rd in a series of IPAs exploring the depths and breadths of modern IPA brewing. Ekuanot, Ella and Enigma hops are used in the kettle, whirlpool and dry hop delivering a complex hop profile of tropical fruit, over ripe mango, red currants and spice. A slightly more complex malt bill including oats and a small portion of Cara Red gives a little balancing sweetness, whilst an American Ale yeast strain keeps the beer clean, precise and bright.
Collab with with Newtwon Park, this Double IPA was made with Citra, Galaxy, Idaho 7, Motueka & Nelson Sauvin hops and warm fermented with the Valkyrie Kveik yeast strain.
Having been brewing for over 180 years, Arkell's have celebrated numerous jubilees, but the Queen’s 70th is of course a first! This 4.2% dark amber ale is another British classic and a fitting celebration.
Inhale sweet aromas of caramel, fruit, some toffee and biscuity malts, with a little spice and orange peel. Indulge in the taste of caramel, butterscotch and subtle spicy hops, making this the perfect Christmas after-dinner tipple!
Classic craft Golden Ale Style. Refreshing, clean, balanced, light-bodied. Aromas subtle with floral and earthy notes. Brewed with premium Vienna Malt along with combo of English and traditional American hops. Gluten Free.
Imperial Barrel-Aged Bitter. High alcohol helps carry deep caramalt and prune flavours, whilst notes of fresh cranberries and honey offset a lingering bitterness.
Brewed with orange peel, lemon peel and coriander seeds for a refreshing burst of citrus that cuts through a light, soft body. Super pale in colour, topped with a fluffy white head.
Born from a classic West Coast recipe, Formula pours clear with a rich copper colour. It's crisp & bitter, piney & resinous, with a caramel malt backbone. A more modern dry-hop regime adds restrained citrus & tropical flavours on top.
Single-hop Idaho 7 pale, with 25p from every can/pint donated to charities helping to support those affected by cancer. Peach ice tea, pineapple sherbet and icing sugar.
Aromas of strawberry jam with fresh strawberry flavours continuing all the way down the glass. A touch of tartness balances the sweet fruits, serving to dry the palate rather then give the perception of sourness.
Rich and refreshing Helles style lager. The result of years of experimentation, building on a rich history of pure-brewed lagers. Full of rich bready malt flavour with a little spicy hop to round off each sip. Perfectly rounded, wonderfully crisp and refreshing.
Attic's flagship pale and the culmination of their quest to produce a session strength beer that has the flavour and body to stand up to stronger counterparts. Hazy and juicy, flavours of pineapple and ripe peaches with a touch of pithy bitterness on the finish.
Citrus and stone fruit flavours, leaning towards grapefruit and apricot with more than a hint of blackcurrant. A little bitterness helps give structure and depth.With artwork inspired by the control panel of New Street station's iconic signal box, Signals is a bit of Brum in a can.
A gloriously rich and complex barley wine. Made using a blend of barrel- and steel-aged beers, giving masses of sticky candied fruit flavour, toffee, cooked dark fruits and warming brandy.
Espresso Martini Stout - After tasting Yorks' roast of their single-origin Kenyan coffee, Attic were immediately reminded of an espresso martini. Smooth, decadent and full of body, the coffee makes the perfect addition to this indulgent stout and creamy coffee stout.
Hails & Horns Halfords Ale - a fantastic collaboration between Backyard Brewhouse and Judas Priest legend Rob Halford (along with his beer loving brother Nigel).
Modern English Best Bitter. Amber colour. Full bodied and full of character. Finest English Fuggles and East Kent Golding hops in the boil for a classic, bitter sweet flavour. And then late hopped with olicana for a tropical fruit twist.
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.
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!
Alcohol-free Stout. Forget the notion this is a beer style that has had its day. Instead, think of it as honeycomb covered in chocolate, because that’s exactly what it tastes like: rich, unctuous and an absolutely decadent treat of a beer.
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.
Alcohol-free craft lager. Gluten free and vegan-friendly. Easy drinking, full-flavoured but elegant. Light herbal and floral hop aromas, a hint of caramel with peppered spiciness on the palate and a touch of orange at the end.
Triple Hopped Bitter - British caramel floor malt with triple hops for bitterness, liquorice and tropical fruit aromas, producing a unique depth and intensity.