An India Pale Ale that continues on from Headband but has the ABV that an IPA deserves. Think blueberry muffins, dank, stinky and packed with juiciness with a good solid bitterness.
Murky, thick, juicy and chewy. It’s like a packet of sherbet sweets drenched in tangy fruit layers cuddled by a comforting bready hug. Soft to drink with a slight creamy texture and medium dry finish, it’s tough to stop drinking it.
Malts and hops share an even footing in this brew. Glowing amber in looks with spicy caramel, dried fruits and orange citrus on the nose. Bready malts ease the flavours along with a healthy dose of sweetshop toffee bouncing off some subtle raisin notes and a touch of warming rye
Cranberry Christmas Stout
Festive stout with subtle roast character that plays well with fruity and slightly tart notes from the cranberry. Sorachi Ace hops, which there are plenty of in this beer, gives hints of vanilla and coconut.
Rauchbier Spiced with Chipotle
Our smoked lager style made using Beechwood Smoked Malt with the added kick of chillies that builds with each sip.
A top fermented ale but with lagering that gives a smooth crisp finish. This beer was origionally popular around the Cologne region and has seen its popularity soar as its crisp refreshing character is recognised as the perfect thirst quencher.
An American-style IPA brewed to “sessionable” strength. Passionfruit and grapefruit dominate the flavor profile, while the clean Irish malt keeps to the background, creating an intense, yet balanced hop-forward beer.
Deeply malty notes of rich caramel and toffee with hints of peat smoke and roasted malts. Earthy, full-bodied, with a somewhat chewy mouthfeel and slight alcoholic warmth. Flavours intensify as the beer warms.
Dry Hopped Lemon Sour with Hibiscus Berry and Ginger
Sour Beer with a funky berry, ginger twist. Great gateway introduction to the sour beer phenomenon.
Aroma of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg, some Christmas wine too. Very spicy and warming taste, with a little honey and ginger. Medium body and very warming.