Craft Beer & Cider line-up
On the taps
Renegade Brewery – Craft Lager – 4.5%
This uncompromising lager is crisp, clean and utterly refreshing. Lagered for six weeks and loaded with Progress and Fuggles hops for masses of flavour.
Renegade Brewery – West Coast Pale Ale – 5.1%
Pow! Hops! This American Pale Ale is inspired by the great craft beers of the U.S. West Coast. Shedloads of Cascade, Summit, Columbus and Chinook result in a big, fat, hop bomb of a beer.
The Craftier Lager Tap
Lost & Grounded – Keller Pils– 4.8%
It is a very welcome return for this cracker from Bristols Lost & Grounded. This is a beer that proves that often the simple things in life are the best. Take Pilsner Malt from Germany and combine with three traditional hop varieties – Magnum, Perle and Hallertauer Mittelfruh – to produce a clean, unfiltered, Hop Bitter Lager Beer. Boom.
COMING SOON! Electric Bear Brewing – Edison Pilsner – 4.8%
Another welcome returner, this time from Bath. A traditional style clean, crisp pilsner. Steeped in spicy Czech hops, it’s a fresh, dry lager with a citrus finish. Exactly as it is meant to be, no wonder this always flies out!
The Pale & Hoppy Tap
DEYA Brewing Company – Into The Haze – 6.2%
This is a soft, juicy India Pale Ale totally soaked with beautiful tropical fruit hop aromatics brewed up the A419 in Cheltenham.
COMING SOON! Unity Brewing Co. – Congregate Belgian Pale – 4.2%
Congregate is an everyday beer, brewed to be enjoyed with good company, good food and for good times. It’s equally inspired by modern hoppy Belgian session beers and the more traditional ‘Patersbiers’ brewed by Trappist monks to drink at meal times.
COMING SOON! Saltaire Brewery – Cascade Pale – 4.8%
From Shipley brewers Saltaire, this American style pale ale comes with the floral aromas and strong bitterness of Cascade and Centennial hops.
The Dark Stuff Tap
Hammerton – Pentonville Oyster Stout– 4.2%
In 1938 the original Hammerton Brewery was famous for being the first in the world to use Oysters as part of the brewing process. In this new recipe we’ve used a variety of flavoursome malts, including a good dose of oats. Fresh wild Maldon oysters are then added to the boil to add a subtle extra complexity to the taste of this stout.
COMING SOON! Tap Social Movement – Grebe’s Procession – 5.5%
Grebe’s Procession is a rich and roasty oatmeal stout with biscuit aromas and subtle coffee flavours. The addition of oatmeal gives Grebe’s Procession a smooth, rich body and a creamy head which complements its higher than average carbonation.
COMING SOON! Electric Bear Brewing – Spilt Milk – 5.0%
This incredibly quaffable stout smells like chocolate biscuits – brewed with Fuggles and Phoenix hops on a makt base that includes chocolate malt and a little wheat it’s rich and smooth with hints of sweet vanilla.
The Apple Tap
Hoxton Cidersmiths – Harry Masters Jersey – 4.5%
Made from the vintage bitter sweet cider apple raised originally by Somerset nurseryman Harry Masters in the late 1800s, this is a medium blend cider with a refreshing and distinctive taste. As right for a summer’s day as a night on the tiles.
On the pumps
West Berkshire Brewery – Good Old Boy Best Bitter – 4.0%
Gold winner, Supreme Champion Beer of Britain for 2017! A classic bitter brewed with a blend of rich malted barley and fruity hops to produce an exceptionally well-balanced and full-flavoured beer.
West Berkshire Brewery – Mr Chubbs Lunchtime Bitter – 3.8%
This beautifully balanced session ale has a refreshing light floral flavour provided by a single variety of English hops. Mr Chubbs was the nickname given to the Brewery founder’s father, a lock keeper on the River Thames.