Betty Stogs, Skinner's Brewing Co Limited (4.0%)
Light hop aroma with underlying malt. Easy drinking copper ale with a superb balance of citrus hops, malt and bitterness. Bitter finish is slow to develop but long to fade.
Brains Bread of Heaven, S.A Brain (4.0%)
A traditional cask ale with a distinctive reddish hue and a rich hop aroma, finely balanced by a more-ish fruit finish.
Butty Bach, Wye Valley Brewery Ltd (4.5%)
‘Butty Bach’ is Welsh term meaning ‘little friend’. This full-bodied, smooth and satisfying premium ale is burnished gold in colour, and certainly has made a few friends in its time
Flack's Double Drop, Flack Manor (3.7%)
Hogget, Cotswold Lion (3.8%)
Malty and Citrus, with a hint of Spice.
Hullabaloo, The Loddon Brewery Ltd (4.2%)
English Fuggles impart a dry, herby bitterness which is balanced by the distinctly biscuity flavour of Crystal and Amber malts..
Knight of the Garter, Windsor & Eton (3.8%)
A Golden Ale.
Kronenbourg 1664, Heineken (5.0%)
Kronenbourg 1664 is a lager with a noble history, characterized by its fine taste. Its golden hues and delicate bitterness come from selecting the best hops (the Strisselspalt), and the unique know-how of one of the French master brewers.
Otter Ale, Otter Brewery (4.5%)
A premium beer's alcohol content should always be high enough to enable a perfect balance with flavour and aroma
Ringwood Best Bitter, Marstons (3.8%)
Ringwood Fortyniner, Marstons (4.9%)
Fortyniner is named after the 1849 gold rush. Golden in colour and brewed to 4.9%, Ringwood has been brewing this classic beer since 1978’.
The Rev. James, S.A Brain (4.3%)
The Rev. James beer is one steeped in history. Acquired after the purchase of Crown Buckley, Rev. James is brewed to an original recipe dating back to 1885. The beer is named after one of the original owners of Buckley Brewery, the Rev, James Buckley.
Village Idiot, White Horse Brewery (4.1%)
This golden beer uses an idiotic amount of fresh hops to create a refreshingly clean bitter beer, with fine pale malt and a touch of wheat for a fine balance.
Becks Vier, Becks (4.0%)
Launched in April 2006 for the UK market. Brewed in Bremen, but packaged in the UK. "The Vier brand, whose German name translates as "four", is being positioned at the top end of the standard lager sector.
Carling, Carling (4.1%)
Carling has been Britain’s best selling lager for more than three decades. It is brewed to have the perfect balance of sweetness & bitterness ensuring it is as brilliantly refreshing from the first sip to the last.
Golden Sheep, Black Sheep Brewery Plc (3.9%)
Golden Sheep is a gloriously refreshing, beautifully balanced, golden cask ale, perfect thirst quencher!
Guinness Draught, Guinness (4.1%)
Guinness is an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.
Hooky, Hook Norton Brewery Co. Ltd (3.6%)
classic session beer, eminently drinkable.
Hullabaloo, Loddon (4.2%)
London Pride, Fullers (4.1%)
In recent years its popularity has grown to the extent that it is now Britain’s leading premium ale: a welcome fixture in many pubs and off licences around the country, and now winning new friends abroad.
Proper Job, St Austell Brewery (4.5%)
A powerfully authenic IPA, Proper Job is brewed with a blend of imported American hops. It is a real treat of a beer with a growing reputation and loved by beer enthusiasts far and wide.
Pure UBU, Purity Brewing Company Ltd (4.5%)
Pure UBU (pronounced ‘OO-BOO’) is named after our faithful canine friend ‘UBU’, a maverick, brim full of character and the unofficial protector of our secrets.
Bombardier Pale Ale, Charles Wells Ltd (3.6%)
Aspall Cyder Draught, Aspall Cyder (5.5%)
Fruity, dry, racy, thirst-quenching, lip-smacking