Just Jane, Ferry Ales (3.8%)
Banquo, Newby Wyke (3.8%)
Black Gold, Castle Rock Brewery (3.8%)
A well balanced dark mild ale with some bitterness, full bodied, but not overly sweet. An award winning mild that delivers a light fresh taste to one of the more traditional of beer styles.
Exmoor Beast, Exmoor Ales Ltd (6.6%)
Brewed with a mix of pale ale, chocolate and crystal malts, and hopped with Goldings, Challenger and Brewers Gold, it is dark mahogany-brown in colour, with the merest hint of crimson tints at its edge.
Exmoor Fox, Exmoor Ales Ltd (4.2%)
As subtle as the creature after which it is named, this is one of Exmoor Brewery’s most popular ales.
Scarlet Macaw, Oakham Ales (4.4%)
This beer has a tart gooseberry and soft peach aroma on the nose. Gooseberries and fruit to taste, before an intense bitterness that's as sharp as a Macaw's screech.
XL Mild, Burton Bridge Brewery Ltd (4.0%)
The first of the Mild's brewed by Burton Bridge Brewery, following on from the success of the XL Bitter, the brewery was asked for a darker beer
Batemans Gold, Batemans Brewery (3.9%)
A light gold/yellow ale with Chinook and Cascade hops
JHB (Jeffrey Hudson Bitter), Oakham Ales (3.8%)
A golden beer whose aroma is dominated by hops that give characteristic citrus notes. Hops and fruit on the palate are balanced by malt and a bitter base. Dry, hoppy finish with soft fruit flavours.
Draught Burton Ale, Burton Bridge (4.8%)
This is the old Ind Coope bitter originally brewed in Burton on Trent.
Coors light, Coors Brewers Ltd (4.0%)
The Coldest of the Cold!
Liefmans Fruitesse, Liefmans (4.2%)
Sipping a Liefmans Fruitesse on the rocks is like taking a city break in Berlin, soaking up the atmosphere in Milan or discovering culture in New York. Take your time to enjoy it in a friendly bar, or chilling out with your friends.
Shipyard - American Pale Ale, Marstons (4.5%)
A beer born out of a conversation between Master Brewers Alan Pugsley of Shipyard Brewing Co. and Simon Yates of Marston’s to craft a classic American style Pale Ale to satisfy the growing thirst of British drinkers for American craft beers.
Amstel 1870, Heineken (4.1%)
Our classic, golden Amstel Beer, with its very distinctive and mildly bitter taste, has over the years become well known beyond the borders of its native country.
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.
Guinness Original, Guinness (4.2%)
Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm.
Aspall Cyder Draught, Aspall Cyder (5.5%)
Fruity, dry, racy, thirst-quenching, lip-smacking
Wyld Wood, Westons Cider (6.0%)
Old Rosie, Westons Cider (7.3%)
Mid golden and straw-like in colour, Old Rosie is a cloudy, medium-bodied fruity cider that has a wonderful aroma of wild berry-fruits, honey and vintage cider-barrels.
we have over a dozen real ales and ciders of which these are just a selection. Come in and see for yourself.