Featured Beers

  • 1. Laughing Frog - 5.2%

    1648

    Brewed by Yanick, the French brewer at 1648 Brewery – Laughing Frog is a French Belgium style beer amber gold lightly hopped slightly sweet with full malty taste.

  • 2. Red Oak - 5.0%

    Acorn

    Rich red coloured ale, smooth and malty with citrus fruit & spice aromas from the Admiral and Challenger UK hops.

  • 3. Pennine Pale - 4.0%

    Allendale

    Fruity, floral and aromatic due to Columbus, Cascade and Citra hop additions.

  • 4. Jennys Jig Pale Ale - 4.4%

    Ayr

    An extra pale beer bursting with lots of tropical fruit flavours with a hint of watermelon.

  • 5. Crème Bearlee - 4.8%

    Beartown

    A velvety stout with burnt cream, Madagascan vanilla and molasses.

  • 6. Anchor Bay IPA - 4.8%

    Bexley

    A deep golden ale with Tropical zesty aroma and a fruity Citrus, Passionfruit, Tropical flavour

  • 7. Goldy Locks - 4.0%

    Bingley

    Made with Pale Crystal malt, giving a delicate toffee aftertaste. Cascade aroma hop provides a refreshing citrus flavour.

  • 8. Milky Way - 6.0%

    Black Hole

    A pale wheat beer brewed using Mount Hood and Styrian Golding hops which provide a bitter sweet finish to the strong ale.

  • 9. Moonlight Blonde - 4.0%

    Blue Square

    Golden blonde ale crafted to give a slightly biscuit malt note, with a tropical dry hop finish.

  • 10. Wee Jock - 4.6%

    Broughton Ales

    A dark red, full-bodied, Scottish Scotch ale.

  • 11. Sheepshaggers Gold - 4.5%

    Cairngorm

    An exceptional golden continental style beer with good body and refreshing aftertaste. The best beer baa none!

  • 12. Merrie City Crystal Gold - 4.2%

    Clarks

    Brewed using the American ‘Crystal’ Hop , it is a deep golden ale that has a tangy, orange aroma with a full bodied, warming, fruity taste. Wakefield, the home of Clarks Brewery, was dubbed the Merrie City in medieval times.

  • 13. Flintock Pale Ale - 4.4%

    Coach House

    A pale golden ale, light on the palate with a slight sweetness. Hopped with Yeoman hops for bitterness and German hops for aroma.

  • 14. Albatross - 5.0%

    Cotleigh

    Golden big bitter with the blend from the Progress , Columbus and Northern Brewer hops giving very subtle hint of aniseed and gentle hop bite . A very crisp clean finish – previously brewed at 6.5% the 2019 version is lower at 5%

  • 15. Shipping Forecast Seris - 4.1%

    Cullercoats

    The first in the Shipping Forecast Series an English Red Ale

  • 16. Daleside Blonde - 3.9%

    Daleside

    A refreshing golden beer with a hoppy aroma and a crisp palate. Extremely quaffable with a delicate taste and a subtle aftertaste.

  • 17. Ay Up - 3.9%

    Dancing Duck

    An eminently drinkable pale session ale. Subtle malt and floral notes are matched splendidly with citrus hop, rounded off with a slightly dry finish.

  • 18. Golden Newt Ale - 4.1%

    Elgoods

    A well balanced, but dry palate with very prominent bitterness; the unusual malted grain types used give a clean but slightly fruity depth to the finish of this dry-hopped beer. The beer was rebranded as CB2 In 2018 (yes, really!)

  • 19. White Lion Blonde Ale - 4.3%

    Empire

    A fantastic ale brewed to Bob Hunters original recipe. Chinook & Cascade hops combined for a well balanced beer.

  • 20. Sunchaser - 4.0%

    Everards

    Sunchaser is a thirst-quenching beer made in the style of a continental lager. Hence you will find subtle fruit flavours and a little sweetness within.

  • 21. What Mama Don’t Know - 4.1%

    Franklins

    Crisp, refreshing and most importantly bitter, Best Bitter.

  • 22. Jarl Blonde Ale - 3.8%

    Fyne Ales

    Single hopped pale golden beer produced with American Citra hops.

  • 23. Hurricane Jack - 4.4%

    Fyne Ales

    This Golden Ale has a smooth start that leads to deep, dry citrus flavours which mellow to a lingering citrus, bitter finish.

  • 24. Golden Goose - 4.5%

    Goose Eye

    A pale coloured traditional bitter, with a delicate hoppy aroma. Brewed using Fuggles and Golding hops.

  • 25. Golden Tap - 3.9%

    Great North Eastern

    Refreshing, prefectly balanced golden ale, with plenty of hops and good bitterness

  • 26. Golden Best - 3.8%

    Green Jack

    An easy drinking session beer brewed with German lager hops and locally grown East Anglian malt. Golden Best has a light floral aroma, clean and crisp and a slightly crisp finish

  • 27. Trawler Boys - 4.6%

    Green Jack

    Copper coloured beer brewed with English hops for a balance of malt and fruity in a traditional style.

  • 28. Ripper Tripel - 8.5%

    Green Jack

    Amber in colour. Champion Winter Ale of Great Britian in 2007. Dangerously drinkable, smoot yet well hopped. A match for any Belgian beer!

  • 29. Seagull Session Bitter - 4.0%

    Greyhound

    A balanced, well rounded chestnut amber Ale. Malty biscuit flavours and light caramel notes makes it a very quaffable session bitter with a clean hop bitterness and delicate aroma from UK hops, in particular the late addition of Goldings.

  • 30. Jetsam - 4.5%

    Hadrian & Border

    A well hopped. Light coloured bitter with a fruity and refreshing taste.

  • 31. Northumbrian Gold - 4.5%

    Hadrian & Border

    A light golden coloured ale with a biscuit malt flavour , with floral and aromatic hops.

  • 32. Stallion Amber - 4.2%

    Hambleton

    This premium bitter has a distinctively malty character with a hint of nuttiness. It is reminiscent of a true Yorkshire bitter.

  • 33. Lakeland Gold - 4.4%

    Hawkshead

    A crisp, refreshing Pilsner- style beer, brewed with lager malt, wheat and European lager hops but top fermented for maximum flavour.

  • 34. Citra Pale - 4.2%

    High Weald

    An American Pale Ale brewed using Citra hops.

  • 35. Hippy Chick Blonde - 4.0%

    Hybrid

    Made with 50% Lager malt in the grain mill, a clean fermenting yeast and then cold conditioned this beer crosses the boundaries of ales and lagers.

  • 36. Ilkley Blonde - 3.9%

    Ilkey

    A golden session ale, packed with soft fresh aromas, yet light, thirst quenching and superbly easy-drinking. Good balance of mid-point sweetness and slow-onset bitterness with just a touch of citrus acidity throughout, and a caramel biscuit finish.

  • 37. Cart Blanche - 5.0%

    Kelburn

    Named after Paisley’s river, White Cart Water, this golden full-bodied ale boasts smacks of flavour. The appearance is enhanced by a touch of wheat malt, giving good head retention and a wonderfully dry after-taste that won’t be easily forgotten.

  • 38. Easy Rider - 4.3%

    Kelham Island

    Easy Rider is a smooth easy drinking premium strength pale ale. The initial crisp bitterness gently gives way to a lingering fruity aftertaste.

  • 39. Pale Rider - 5.2%

    Kelham Island

    A multi award winning popular pale ale, celebrated by a number of accolades including Camra ‘Supreme Champion Beer Of Britain’ in 2004. This popular pale ale is a well balanced, strong and fruity ale flavoured with North American hops.

  • 40. Stanleys Pale Ale - 3.8%

    Kirkby Lonsdale

    Brewed using a trio of pale malts, together with a trio of hop varieties to create a sessionable pale ale with balanced malt and hop notes.

  • 41. Lancaster IPA - 4.2%

    Lancaster

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  • 42. Autumn Ale - 4.4%

    Langham

    A deep golden honey coloured beer made with local Sussex hops which give a unique spiced fruity hop aroma. Smooth with a subtle honeyed finish.

  • 43. Yorkshire Gold - 4.0%

    Leeds

    A light hoppy bitter. Select Chinook hops give citrus notes to this delicate golden ale.

  • 44. Lees Gold Ale - 4.5%

    Lees

    A golden-coloured beer with a creamy head and a big heart. Brewed with Admiral, Jester and Cascade hops for aromas of citrus and tropical fruits and a moreish fruity aroma.

  • 45. Tods Blonde - 5.0%

    Little Valley

    A bright and crisp blonde ale with a pleasant malty taste and a smooth bitter finish.

  • 46. Notus Ale - 4.7%

    Loddon

    A copper coloured APA – A tropical hopfest, brewed with citra, centennial, sterling, Cascade + late hopped on 3 occasions with Citra. Intensely hoppy, yet still well balance, with a rich mouth feel. ‘Potus’ refers to the President of the United States. The beer has been previously brewed under the name of Potus but in 2017 the brewery decided not to repeat that name!

  • 47. American Pale ale - 4.8%

    Long Man

    Made using only the choicest American hops this triple-hopped American Pale Ale has a pleasant citrus fruit aroma and characteristic robust bitterness.

  • 48. Suffolk Pride - 4.8%

    Mauldons

    An Amber coloured, full-bodied premium bitter, with a powerful bouquet of hops and a dry fruity finish.

  • 49. Swedish Blonde - 4.2%

    Maxim

    Named after Maxim Breweries own Anna Goransdotter – Bell, this smooth blonde beer is very light in colour and uses cascade and first gold hops to give refreshing hoppy and complex grapefruit flavours on the palate.

  • 50. McMullen Country Bitter - 4.3%

    Mc Mullen

    The recipe for Country’s distinct fruity taste drives from carefully mixing the Progress, Bramling Cross and English Fuggle hops. The addition of crystal malt to the pale ale malt creates a light colour and adds a nutty taste.

  • 51. Golden Wobbler - 4.1%

    Millis

    A well hopped golden ale.

  • 52. Premier - 3.7%

    Moorhouses

    A very quaffable bitter, this smooth and creamy beer is amber in colour with a refreshing hoppy finish.

  • 53. Stray Dog - 4.2%

    Moorhouses

    A collaboration with the band New Order, Stray Dog is brewed with three American hop varieties for hints of citrus fruit and lychee, all balanced by a subtle bitterness.

  • 54. Big Willie - 4.3%

    Mr Grundys

    Thirst quenching golden ale packed with English hops giving a light bitter finish. Big Willie was a British heavy tank developed during WWI.

  • 55. Sniper - 4.6%

    Mr Grundys

    Amber coloured smooth refreshing bitter with a hint of toffee and a satisfying malty aroma.

  • 56. Naylors Gold - 4.0%

    Naylors

    This unique recipe has been intensely tested and refined to create a session beer with full body and a crisp, hoppy finish. A beer to satisfy all drinkers.

  • 57. Old Growler - 5.0%

    Nethergate

    A complex, satisfying Porter, smooth and distinctive. Roast malt and fruit feature on the palate and the finish is powerfully hoppy.

  • 58. Pale Ale - 4.3%

    Nine Standards

    A classic pale ale with a strong hoppy aroma, which combines citrussy notes with a good earthy bitterness. [Previously known as Silver Standard. ]

  • 59. White Lady - 4.7%

    North Yorkshire

    Very pale, brewed with lager malt and heavily hopped with German hops for a clean taste and crisp finish. The name comes from the female ghost dressed all in white reportedly seen at the site of the Old brewery

  • 60. Blonde Bombshell - 4.0%

    Old Mill

    A pale barley malt, wheat and Bohemian hops makes this a delicate and refreshing fruity beer with a sweet finish.

  • 61. Heavenly Blonde - 3.8%

    Oldershaw

    This pale blonde beer has become a real head turner. Packed with zesty, super-refreshing tropical fruits with a strikingly crisp, dry finish.

  • 62. Raven Amber Ale - 3.8%

    Orkney

    A golden coloured ale with an intense grainy nose, rich and fruity on the palate with a lingering hint of hop in the finish.

  • 63. Northern Light - 4.0%

    Orkney

    A superb light and refreshing beer, full of flavour and shining in the glass – as clear as Orkney skies and waters. A surprisingly full mouth feel with ‘a superior balance of malt and hop, and a rewarding fruit finish.

  • 64. Yorkshire Brunette - 3.7%

    Ossett

    An easy-drinking session bitter brewed from pale, wheat and roasted malts. Pale chestnut in colour and with moderate bitterness, aromas of spice and citrus fruit come from German and Slovenian hops.

  • 65. Silver King - 4.3%

    Ossett

    A lager style beer with a crisp, dry flavour and citrus fruity aroma is ideal for drinking anytime, but is particularly well suited to the spring and summer months.

  • 66. Blonde - 4.5%

    Outstanding

    Pale, citrusy, refreshing – This modern beer style is guaranteed to appeal to wide spectrum of tastes. Bursting with flavour and character, this light fresh ale epitomises contemporary craft brewing.

  • 67. Peerless Pale - 3.8%

    Peerless

    A deliciously pale session ale. Good initial bitterness and a hint of grapefruit on the finish derived from the use of Goldings , Cascade and Colombus hops.

  • 68. Skyline - 4.2%

    Peerless

    Easy drinking amber ale. Brewed with Pale, Crystal and Roast malts and then finished with a blend of Cascade, Chinook and Summit hops.

  • 69. Hair of the Dog - 3.9%

    Pennine

    A bright sparkling blonde beer with a delicate roasted caramel flavour and a smooth sweet refreshing aftertaste.

  • 70. Natural Gold - 4.2%

    Pennine

    A golden coloured ale with a sweet palate and a great bitter hoppy aftertaste.

  • 71. Best Bitter - 3.8%

    Pheasantry

    A smooth tasting copper coloured beer, with medium bitterness and low to medium sweetness.

  • 72. Excitra - 4.5%

    Pheasantry

    A refreshing golden beer with grapefruit and floral aromas and a crisp hoppy finish.

  • 73. Cobblers Ale - 4.0%

    Phipps NBC

    A chestnut session bitter that gives you a full range of complimentary flavours and a dry finish that leads you smoothly into your next pint. Cobblers Ale was a 1930s NBC brew that celebrated both the county’s famous shoe industry and its football team. Back in 1897 Pickering Phipps became the first chairman of the newly formed Northampton Town Football Club, loaning the club £500 to start the hand stitched leather ball rolling. (Northampton Town Football Club became known as The Cobblers).

  • 74. Gold Star - 5.2%

    Phipps NBC

    A strong export pale ale. This was the last new recipe developed by Phipps in the 1960s.

  • 75. Pale Moonlight - 4.2%

    Phoenix

    Well-balanced, straw coloured beer. Full malt flavour balanced with a dry, hoppy finish and an exceptional hop aroma.

  • 76. American Pale Ale - 5.0%

    Portobello

    Portobello A.P.A. is made from 100% Maris Otter Pale Malt giving a pale-golden, rich malty base to showcase the finest American hops. Cascade and Summit give robust but not excessive bitterness. Citra, Amarillo and Summit late additions give a well-balanced hop flavour and aroma of tropical fruits, orange and pink grapefruit.

  • 77. Hop Trotter - 4.1%

    Potbelly

    Golden in colour, spicy aromas with citric notes from the hops, balanced by warm malt and a wonderful burst of zest. Beautifully balanced, refreshing beer.

  • 78. Hedonism - 4.5%

    Potbelly

    A light coloured bitter with a citrus hoppy finish.

  • 79. Snowdonia Ale - 3.6%

    Purple Moose

    “Cwrw Eyri” – A delightfully refreshing pale ale brewed with pale and crystal malts combined with a delicate combination of aromatic hops.

  • 80. Monkholme Premium - 4.2%

    Reedley Hallows

    A premium golden ale, smooth with a great hoppy taste throughout.

  • 81. London Thunder - 4.2%

    Roosters

    A classic approach to a style of beer first developed in Victorian London. Roasted malt and chocolate flavours are abound in London Thunder; a smooth, dark porter brewed using a blend of seven malts and English hops.

  • 82. Jorvik Blonde - 3.8%

    Rudgate

    A flaxen blonde ale with balanced hoppy bitterness with a crisp, fruity, lightly hopped finish.

  • 83. Battleaxe - 4.2%

    Rudgate

    A robust, chestnut brown Best Bitter with an initial sweetness and gentle bitterness, leading to a complex fruity flavour.

  • 84. Darwins Origin - 4.3%

    Salopian

    Darwin’s Origin is an eclectic mix of hops from across the world but this blend produces a copper coloured beer that offers something to everyone. Crisp, tart, fruity and refreshing but also with a juicy malt background.

  • 85. Golden Thread - 5.0%

    Salopian

    A bright gold ale, using wheat and lager malt and flavoured with an infusion of aroma hops.

  • 86. Saltaire Blonde - 4.0%

    Saltaire

    A straw coloured light ale with soft malt flavours, delicately hopped with Czech and German hop varieties.

  • 87. Main Line Bitter - 3.8%

    Settle

    Proper Copper coloured Yorkshire Bitter. Full bitter flavour balanced with a hint of fruity sweetness.

  • 88. Ribblehead Bitter - 3.8%

    Settle

    Traditional copper coloured Yorkshire Bitter, a perfect balance of malt and subtle hops.

  • 89. Young Pretender - 4.0%

    Skye

    Originally produced to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the ending of the Jacobite Rising. Golden coloured with a refreshing, full flavour.

  • 90. Red - 4.2%

    Skye

    Reddish-hued, slightly malty and nutty in character, smooth to the taste. Previously known as Red Cuillen.

  • 91. Haka - 5.2%

    Slaters

    A New Zealand Pale Ale that is dry hopped in the conditioning tank for three weeks as a result the sweetness of the strength is balanced by a strong aromatic finish.

  • 92. Summit Blonde IPA - 5.2%

    Snowdon

    Blonde IPA. Mandarina Bavaria added early in the brew, and Summit hops dry and late- a perfect combo for a juicy and aromatic tangerine kick. Idaho 7 and Pacific Jade hops bring balance with a crisp lemon and pink grapefruit finish.

  • 93. Abolution Amber Ale - 3.8%

    Sonnet 43

    Be a slave to tedious session bitters no longer! For all its relatively low alcohol, Abolution’s malt bill delivers a full body. The coloured malts also add a slight sweetness as well as the ale’s warm amber hue. British hops alone give an earthy aroma and mid-range bittering. Highly drinkable, you’ll never be parched again.

  • 94. Aurora IPA - 4.4%

    Sonnet 43

    We make use of four malts and three hops, each from different countries. Black malt to add complexity, Crystal malt to add a slight sweetness and improve body. Hops with an almost botanical feel give an earthy yet fresh taste with a subtle bitterness. The equilibrium of hop and malt gives Aurora great flavour retention for a lingering hoppiness. Altogether a beautiful display and highly drinkable.

  • 95. Carousel - 4.0%

    Southport

    A refreshing golden blonde floral hoppy bitter.

  • 96. Orkney Best - 3.6%

    Swannay

    A very refreshing, easy drinking Orkney light ale. Hopped with American, Polish and New Zealand hops early and late in the copper.

  • 97. Orkney IPA - 4.8%

    Swannay

    A modern IPA, not overly bitter but still nicely ‘hoppy’ and at 4.8%, just about a session IPA for a sensible night’s drinking. The hop profile is nothing short of stunning.

  • 98. Boltmakers Best Bitter - 4.0%

    Taylors

    A well balanced, genuine Yorkshire bitter with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma. Rebranded at October 2012 from Best Bitter to Boltmaker’s. Winner of the Camra Champion Beer Of Great Britain 2014.

  • 99. Anchor - 4.1%

    Titanic

    The anchor of Titanic Brewery`s range, the first beer the brewery ever produced back in 1985. To celebrate their 20th anniversary the name changed from Premium to Anchor. This impressive brown/gold beer has a strong fruity aroma. Bitterness in the initial taste slips gently from the mooring to allow the full impact of the hops to burst through.

  • 100. Crazy like a Fox - 4.5%

    Totally Brewed

    A traditional English bitter with no English hops or crystal malt. Dried fruit malt flavours with a citrus hop finish.

  • 101. Punch in the Face - 4.8%

    Totally Brewed

    Packed full of American hops that pack a wallop!

  • 102. Side Pocket for a Toad - 3.6%

    Tring

    Unmistakable citrus notes from Cascade hops balanced with a floral aroma and crisp, dry finish make this straw coloured ale a fantastic session beer.

  • 103. Colleys Dog - 5.2%

    Tring

    Dark but not over rich. Strong, yet very drinkable, this premium ale has a long, dry finish with overtones of malt and walnuts.

  • 104. Drovers 80/- - 4.3%

    Tryst

    A traditional well malted, tan coloured Scottish eighty shilling with an element of sweetness common to this type of ale. A gentle nose complements a smooth finish. Originally brewed at 4%, the abv was increased to 4.3% in summer 2015

  • 105. Nog Dark Ale - 4.6%

    Woodfordes

    This is a smooth, reddish-black, rich and rounded ‘Old Ale’ with a velvety texture. The beer oozes dark and deep roast malt flavours including hints of chocolate, treacle and liquorice. These flavours really come through when set against the subtle hopping that characterises this award winner. The beer was previously known as Norfolk Nog but was rebranded as Nog during 2019.

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