40th Cambridge Beer Festival Beer List

Please note :-
That all the beers ordered are subject to availability and therefore may not be at the festival.
We aim to have the vast majority of these beers available at all the sessions.
However, the nature of real ale means that some beer will not be ready at the start of the festival, and the nature of our thirsty customers means that not all beers will be available at the end of the festival.
Whilst we will endeavour to update this information, this may not always be feasible.
All information on this page is only correct at the time of publication and therefore is subject to change.
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  • AcornWombwell, S. Yorks est. 2003 Barnsley Bitter 3.8% Brewed using finest quality Maris Otter malt and English hops. Chestnut in colour, having a well rounded, rich flavour, it retains a lasting bitter finish. Plenty left
  • Lightness 3.6% A light, golden Pennine mild brewed with Fuggles hops which impart light, noble aromas. Sold Out
  • AustendykeSpalding, Lincolnshire est. 2012 Holbeach High Street 4.5% Strong dark ale with chocolate malts and Challenger hops. Some beer remaining
  • Long Lane Bitter 4.0% A rich, smooth-drinking session beer. Some beer remaining
  • B & TShefford, Beds est. 1982 Edwin Taylor's Extra Stout 4.5% A pleasant bitter beer with a strong roast malt flavour, brewed using Pearl Pale malt, Crystal malt, roast barley and Hercules hops. A little remaining
  • Fruit Bat 4.5% A straw coloured beer, malty and fruity, lightly hopped and tasting of raspberries, brewed using Pearl Pale malt, wheat malt, Challenger hops and Golding hops. Sold Out
  • Backyard BrewhouseWalsall, W. Mids est. 2008 Gold 4.4% Classic golden ale with a twist. Light and refreshing with a blend of hops offering hints of spice and lime. Fresh root ginger adds a touch of the exotic. Sold Out
  • The Hoard 3.9% A golden straw coloured beer brewed specially to mark the discovery of the 'Staffordshire Hoard'. Sold Out
  • BartramsRougham, Suffolk est. 1999 Bees Knees 4.2% An amber beer with a floral aroma, honey softness on the palate leads to a crisp bitter finish. Plenty left
  • Comrade Bill Bartram's Egalitarian Anti-Imperialist Soviet Stout 6.9% A bold and tasty Russian stout with a mouthfilling, airy texture and a lot of enjoyable, peppery, bitter chocolate flavours. Plenty left
  • Ruby... don't take your beer to town 4.0% What better way to celebrate a Ruby anniversary than with a Ruby Beer? A classic British hop of 40 years ago combined with a popular New World hop from today. Name those hops - answers on a postcard! A little remaining
  • BeowulfBrownhills, Staffs est. 1997 Dragon Smoke Stout 4.7% Really bitter and black. Dark malts and roasted barley combine to produce smouldering 'chocolate' flavour followed by a mouth embracing bitterness. Sold Out
  • Mercian Shine 5.0% Amber to pale gold with a bitter and hoppy start. Plenty of caramel and hops with background malt lead to a good bitter finish. The caramel and hops linger in the aftertaste. Sold Out
  • Bexar CountyPeterborough, Cambs est. 2012 Lone Ryder Granada 5.1% A rye beer infused with pomegranate. Sold Out
  • Negra Como Tu Corazon 5.8% A dry stout, dark and roasty with chocolate and coffee notes. The finish is slightly sweet and dry but long lasting. Sold Out
  • Seis-Banderas 7.3% A big, bold American style stout. The malts lead but hops are still there. Burnt toast, roast chocolate and hints of toffee are held together by the bitterness. Sold Out
  • Vaquero 3.7% A lower-strength summertime beer but still with a great deal of flavour. Ideal for a vaquero (cowboy) after a long day on the range. Some beer remaining
  • BinghamsRuscombe, Berks est. 2010 Hot Dog Chilli Stout 5.0% Stout with a warming chilli afterglow. Just enough chilli to produce a pleasant aftertaste, without having so much that it will have you dashing for some water. Sold Out
  • Space Hoppy IPA 5.0% Pale golden ale with a refreshing citrus flavour from the hops. Sold Out
  • Bishop NickFelsted, Essex est. 2011 Heresy 4.0% Golden ale with pale ale malt. Challenger hops deliver spicy bitterness before Goldings set about delivering citrus and florals. Resolute refreshment. Sold Out
  • Black IrisDerby, Derbyshire est. 2011 Intergalactic IPA 6.0% Golden 100% Maris Otter IPA with Galaxy and Stella hops. Strong bitterness coupled with a sweet aroma of apricots. Big fruit flavours with a warming finish. Sold Out
  • Krasny Red 5.3% Rich, red IPA. The red colour comes from Vienna and Crystal malts. Finishes with big hoppy, fruity flavours from huge additions of international hops. Plenty left
  • BlackBarCambridge, Cambs est. 2011 Bert's Lager 5.2% A traditional style lager which is brewed with lager malt, hops and yeast. Conditioned in Cask. Sold Out
  • BlackBar Bitter 3.6% A malty tawny brown bitter with a noble hop finish. Plenty left
  • IPA Noire 5.0% A big hoppy, bitter black Indian Pale Ale. Brewed with only British Admiral, Beta and Pioneer hops. Nearly finished!
  • Little Boy 2.8% Summer Strength mild with British Hops. This mild beer is a great low strength beer for the long summer days enjoying pub gardens and beer festivals. Plenty left
  • Longhair BPA 6.2% A light copper hued beer with a big nose of Summit hops and a bittering from British Admiral and Pioneer hops. Full of zesty, effervescent flavours and a great body. A little remaining
  • Boggart Hole CloughNewton Heath, Manchester est. 2000 Dark Mild 4.0% Classic dark mild. Plenty left
  • Rum Porter 4.6% A classic porter with a smooth roast finish, enhanced by a sweet spicy hop taste, complemented with a hint of dark rum. Sold Out
  • BrentwoodBrentwood, Essex est. 2006 BBC2 2.5% A true session Pale Ale; a full body and malty flavours make this beer very deceptive. American hops give it a tropical fruit and citrus punch. Sold Out
  • Brentwood Best 4.2% A traditional, light-coloured best bitter with a well-rounded flavour and aroma. Sold Out
  • Burton Ale 4.8% Deep copper with faint orange notes in the aroma. The malty flavour is dominated but not overpowered by dry bitterness which continues to the finish. Sold Out
  • Chockwork Orange 6.5% A deep chocolate malty beer brewed with oranges to give it that extra pizazz and matured to provide a classic old ale style beer. Sold Out
  • Marvellous Maple Mild 3.7% A dark brown mild with a hint of maple syrup. Sold Out
  • Summer Virgin 4.5% A light golden ale with American hops creating a refreshing citrus pint. Sold Out
  • BrewshedBury St. Edmunds, Suffolk est. 2011 American Blonde 5.5% Crisp bitterness balanced with a rich malt character and a citrus fruit nose. Sold Out
  • Ruby Mild 4.0% A deep Ruby ale with a lightly toasted slightly smokey malt character, very low bitterness and a clean mild flavour. Nearly finished!
  • Bristol Beer FactoryBristol est. 2003 Acer 3.8% Golden and powerfully hopped. Columbus hops give bitterness. A late addition of Sorachi Ace gives an aroma dominated by bright citrus with notes of coconut. Sold Out
  • Milk Stout 4.5% Dark creamy stout, reviving an old Bristol tradition. Black colour with a creamy mouthfeel. Nearly finished!
  • Burton BridgeBurton upon Trent, Staffs est. 1982 Damson Porter 4.5% Fruity beer with a distinctive bitter-sweet after palate. Sold Out
  • Golden Delicious 3.8% Pale straw colour; delicate Styrian hop aroma; dry bitter finish. Sold Out
  • XL Mild 4.0% Dark; malty aroma but with more bitterness than a traditional mild. Plenty left
  • BuxtonBuxton, Derbyshire est. 2010 Black Rocks 5.5% A Black IPA. Late mash additions provide colour without the roasted flavours of the dark malts. Blackcurrant aroma and flavours of liquorice and grapefruit. Some beer remaining
  • Dark Nights 5.0% Deep chestnut brown, with a billowing cappuccino head. Aromas of forest fruits and a biscuity, malty body. Generously hopped with US varieties. Some beer remaining
  • Moor Top 3.6% Hopped with American Chinook hops, this oozes citrus flavour and aroma. Sweetness balanced with a lingering bitter finish backed up with a late grapefruit hit. A little remaining
  • Rednik Stout 4.1% Deep brown-tinted black. Aromas of burnt roast coffee, malty molasses, prunes, and a hint of smoke. It is gently sweet & sour, with a moderate bitterness. Some beer remaining
  • Cambridge Brew HouseCambridge, Cambs est. 2013 Festival Special 5.0% Chestnut bitter with very mild spice. Some beer remaining
  • King's Parade 3.8% Classic best bitter. Earthy, spicy, biscuity aroma and sweet malty, but fruity finish. Well-balanced, very drinkable ale. Sold Out
  • Misty River 4.2% Hoppy pale ale with a subtle blend of English, European and American hops to give a floral and citrus aroma with long tasting hints of grapefruit and spice. Sold Out
  • Night Porter 4.4% A rich complex dark stout porter with delicious chocolate and coffee character. Sold Out
  • CastorCastor, Cambs est. 2009 Castorware 4.4% Dark, malty, and balanced by interesting hops. Some beer remaining
  • Life Begins at... 4.9% A premium bitter, golden and hoppy. Sold Out
  • ColchesterWakes Colne, Essex est. 2011 AK Pale 3.7% 1900s pale ale, mildly hopped. Fresh and fruity. Sold Out
  • Cat's Whiskers Cream Stout 4.8% A rich and smooth cream stout. Sold Out
  • Colchester No. 1 4.1% A classic English best bitter, copper in colour. Whole leaf Boadicea hops for flavour and the definitive aroma of East Kent Goldings. A little remaining
  • ConistonConiston, Cumbria est. 1995 Blacksmith's Ale 5.0% Brewed with crystal malt and Challenger hops. Rich and warming with hints of Christmas pudding. Sold Out
  • Bluebird Bitter 3.6% Exceedingly pale, with just a hint of colour in its cheeks from the dash of crystal malt. Massive orange fruit aroma from the hops, balanced by biscuity malt. Sold Out
  • Infinity IPA 6.0% Amber beer with a spicy fruit aroma, sweet fruity flavour and a very dry finish. Sold Out
  • Crafty BeersThe Carpenters Arms, Great Wilbraham est. 2012 Carpenter's Cask 4.2% A traditional best bitter, made from a blend of four malts, with a smooth malty taste, moderate bitter notes and plenty of East Kent Goldings hops on the nose. Sold Out
  • DentDent, Cumbria est. 1990 Aviator 4.0% This amber-coloured ale with strong hints of citrus and a hoppy full flavour develops into an enjoyable bitter finish. Sold Out
  • Kamikaze 5.0% Hops and fruit dominate this full-bodied, golden bitter with a pleasant dryness and a hint of citrus and honey in the finsh, leading to a bitter after taste. Some beer remaining
  • Deverell'sGrays, Essex est. 2012 Best Bitter 3.6% Light brown traditional bitter. Crystal malt gives a caramel flavour, balanced by spicy & fruity hops. Some beer remaining
  • Elgood'sWisbech, Cambs est. 1795 Black Dog 3.6% Dryish, complex dark mild. Caramel binds a good cross-section of malt, roast and dark berry fruit flavours and there is a hint of sweetness. A little remaining
  • Saturday Night Beaver 4.5% Pale gold and hoppy. Brewed with only pale malt. Sold Out
  • ElmtreeSnetterton, Norfolk est. 2007 Daylight 3.5% Malt and fruit flavours last into an enduring finish of great character. A true mild, full in body and rich in flavour. Sold Out
  • Mad Maudie 4.5% Straw coloured with a pleasant citrus palette and an unusual hop combination. Perfect for the long days of summer. Sold Out
  • EnvilleStourbridge, W. Mids est. 1993 Cherry Blonde 4.2% A light blonde bitter delicately infused with essence of cherry to produce a Belgian style fruit flavoured beer. Sold Out
  • White 4.2% This very pale straw coloured beer is brewed with 20% wheat, has a gentle hop aroma and a dry finish. Sold Out
  • Fat CatNorwich, Norfolk est. 2005 Marmalade Cat 5.5% Burnished copper with a bitter yet smooth finish. The generous use of Goldings and Progress hops coupled with English & Belgian malts give balance. Sold Out
  • Stout Cat 4.6% Malty, sweet aroma matches the deep red-brown hue of this well balanced roasty stout. Malt and prunes provide depth and balance. Rich creamy and satisfying. Sold Out
  • Wheat 4.7% Honey and citrus hints add depth to this refreshing wheat beer. Some beer remaining
  • FellowsCottenham, Cambs est. 2009 Clarty Fellow 3.4% Classic styled English Mild Ale. Smooth nutty, roasted malt flavours from the generous quantities of chocolate malt in the mash. Some beer remaining
  • Doctor Syntax 6.5% Dark and bitter. An IPA backbone with Munich malt. Heavy on the Summit and Columbus additions right through the boil and dry hopped to give the final punch. Plenty left
  • Pepys Ink 4.5% An English stout with a bitter chocolate and espresso base followed by a smoother sweet malt softness. Plenty left
  • Shy'Ann 4.5% A golden bitter ale bursting with floral and fruity citrus aromas and flavours. Dry hopped with Cascade and Chinook. Sold Out
  • FelstarFelsted, Essex est. 2001 Peckin' Order 5.0% Amber gold coloured lager with citrus notes. A dry finish with a pinch of spice. Some beer remaining
  • GoachersMaidstone, Kent est. 1983 Gold Star 5.1% A true pale ale made with floor-malted low-colour Maris Otter malted barley and hopped with the finest East Kent aroma hops. Sold Out
  • Real Mild 3.4% A full-flavoured dark mild brewed with chocolate and black malts and hopped with Kent Fuggles. A little remaining
  • GrainAlburgh, Norfolk est. 2006 Blackwood Stout 5.0% Based on a 1790 Whitbread recipe. Black in colour with roast dominating from the aroma to the long lingering ending. A bittersweet chocolate note adds depth. Sold Out
  • Blonde Ash 4.0% Wheat beer with a lemon, clove, and banana nose. Sweet fruity flavour supported by a hoppy bitterness. Caramel appears in a strong finish. Sold Out
  • Redwood 4.8% A rich red premium bitter that beautifully balances roasted malts with sherbert grapefruit hoppiness. Sold Out
  • GrainstoreOakham, Rutland est. 1995 Rutland Beast 5.3% Strong yet exceptionally balanced. Dark earthy brown in colour, its fantastic flavours blend together to produce a mind blowing great beer. Sold Out
  • Rutland Panther 3.4% Well-balanced dark mild. Chocolate and fruity flavours balance the long roasted bitter finish. A little remaining
  • Triple B 4.2% A smooth, well-rounded mid-strength beer with a balance of malt sweetness and a hoppy clean aftertaste. Sold Out
  • Green JackLowestoft, Suffolk est. 2003 Baltic Trader 10.5% A rich and fruity export stout with plenty of hop character. Nearly finished!
  • Lurcher Stout 4.8% Fruity, chocolaty, rich and fulsome, well-balanced with hops, yet smooth. Sold Out
  • Orange Wheat Beer 4.2% Light golden ale, with grainy citrus & marmalade flavours, brewed with Citra hops. Sold Out
  • Ripper 8.5% Inspired by Belgian tripel ales. Rich amber in colour Ripper is sweet and fruity with a warming finish. Sold Out
  • GrowlerPentlow, Essex est. 1986 Essex Border 4.8% Fruity and spicy overtones are noticeable from the start on the nose and palate. At the end, sweet and soft orange notes return for a well-rounded finish. Sold Out
  • Growler Bitter 3.9% Light tasting, sweetish and fruity session beer. Sold Out
  • Hound Dog 4.2% Light golden, gently hopped with American hops. Smooth and refreshing at the start, the hops build leaving a fruity taste at the end. Sold Out
  • Mary's Ruby Mild 4.5% Nutty, fruity aroma with toffee and chocolate notes, with a hint of hop. Sweetness permeates, followed by a gentle Goldings hop finish. Sold Out
  • Old Growler 5.0% Well-balanced porter in which roast grain is complemented by fruit and bubblegum. Sold Out
  • Umbel Ale 3.8% Pleasant, easy-drinking bitter, infused with coriander, which dominates. Plenty left
  • HambletonMelmerby, N. Yorks est. 1991 Nightmare 5.0% This impressively flavoured beer satisfies all parts of the palate. Strong roast malts dominate, but hoppiness rears out of this complex blend. Some beer remaining
  • Stud 4.3% A smooth drinking beer. Straw coloured, the aroma hops give a delicacy and subtlety to the robust full-bodied flavour. Nearly finished!
  • HarveysLewes, Sussex est. 1790 Imperial Extra Double Stout 9.0% One of the world's classic beers. The recipe contains a dense concentration of varied malts and hops. Roast, alcoholic and spicy notes combine in this unusually sweet & sour beer. Sold Out
  • Knots of May 3.0% A ruby-coloured light mild that imparts a delicate hop fragrance on the nose. Some beer remaining
  • Sussex Best Bitter 4.0% Full-bodied brown bitter. A hoppy aroma leads to a good malt and hop balance, and a dry aftertaste. Sold Out
  • HarviestounAlva, Clacks est. 1984 Grizzly 3.8% Sold Out
  • Natural Blonde 4.0% Clear gold with a peach and grapefruit aroma. Bitter and citrus flavours last to the finish. Some beer remaining
  • Schiehallion 4.8% Wheat and lager malts combine to give a crisp palate with more body than some. The hops give a lingering, fresh grapefruity finish. Sold Out
  • HopshackleMarket Deeping, Lincs est. 2006 Resination 7.0% The aroma and flavour are loaded with hop oils and resins giving intense spice, herbal and citrus notes. Sold Out
  • Sumo 5.2% A golden amber beer with an aroma and flavour packed with hop resins balanced by a malty background. Sold Out
  • HoustonHouston, Renfrewshire est. 1997 Peter's Well 4.2% An exquisite pale ale. The aroma is of freshly cut grass with warm floral hop notes. The taste is smooth yet dry and is refreshingly zesty. Sold Out
  • Jo C'sFakenham, Norfolk est. 2010 Bitter Old Bustard 4.3% A rich russet coloured ale with warm nutty biscuit flavours coming through a smooth malt body. Some beer remaining
  • Knot just another IPA 5.0% A golden hoppy bitter, with a good blast of British Bodicea hops. Sold Out
  • Norfolk Kiwi 3.8% An easy drinking, lightly hopped straw coloured beer. A blend of English and New Zealand hops. Sold Out
  • KissingateLower Beeding, W. Sussex est. 2010 Black Cherry Mild 4.2% A full and flavoursome dark mild. Subtle additions of real black cherries in Muscovado with light Amarillo hopping provide a truly rich taste. Sold Out
  • Gardenia Mild 4.5% A refreshing amber mild with the subtle floral fragrances of an English country garden. Some beer remaining
  • Liverpool OrganicLiverpool, Merseyside est. 2009 Iron Men 4.0% A pale gold ale with citrusy and tropical fruit aroma and a zesty, fresh taste; packed with New Zealand hops. Sold Out
  • Josephine Butler 4.5% Golden coloured with hints of lemon and elderflower in the taste with a good hoppy finish. Nearly finished!
  • Lord Conrad'sDry Drayton, Cambs est. 2010 Hedgerow Hop 3.7% A light amber beer with a kick of bitterness. Wild hops from around Swavesey provide a hoppy nose. Some beer remaining
  • Slap 'n' Tickle 4.3% A summer blonde ale. Tickle your fancy with a slap of summer refreshment. This light ale is brewed with a single hop in three stages to give a lasting finish. Some beer remaining
  • Sticky Hot Cross Bun 3.8% A speciality brown ale. A fruity, malty, spiced treat - forget the afternoon tea! Sold Out
  • Zulu 4.5% An exotic black beer made using hibiscus extract. UK assured malted barley roasted until black giving this a beautiful colour. Sold Out
  • Magic RockHuddersfield, W. Yorks est. 2011 Curious 3.9% Pale in colour but lacking nothing in the flavour stakes. US hops give a floral/grassy aroma and citrus flavours which combine with a defined malty character. Sold Out
  • Dark Arts 6.0% Chocolate, liquorice, blackberry and fig flavours with a long roasted bitter finish. Sold Out
  • MarbleManchester est. 1997 Dobber 5.9% Dark golden IPA. Pronounced New Zealand hop character and smooth biscuit base offset by fruit aroma. A little remaining
  • Ginger 4.5% This full bodied copper coloured beer displays a delicate blend of cloves, coriander and heaps of fiery ginger. Sold Out
  • Mersea IslandMersea Island, Essex est. 2005 Mersea Mud 3.6% Light and smooth dark mild. A little remaining
  • Oyster Stout 5.0% Lots of oats, a mixture of light and dark malts, and a small amount of Fuggles hops combined with Mersea Island Oysters give a distinct unique flavour. Sold Out
  • Mighty OakMaldon, Essex est. 1996 Kings 4.2% A deep golden beer, brewed with Citra from the USA. Bitter bursts and hoppy fruitiness of passion fruit, nectarine and orange zest last long into the finish. Sold Out
  • Oscar Wilde Mild 3.7% Roasty dark mild with suggestions of forest fruits and dark chocolate. A sweet taste yields to a more bitter finish. Sold Out
  • Mile TreeWisbech, Cambs est. 2012 Fenland Wheat 4.2% Naturally cloudy wheat beer, brewed using Munich wheat yeast, giving aroma/taste of cloves and ripe banana with a spicy dry finish. Sold Out
  • Jolly Makepeace 3.8% Dark mild, sweet and full-bodied with a lightly hopped dry finish. A little remaining
  • MiltonWaterbeach, Cambs est. 1999 Flava bona pretiosior est rubinibus 6.2% Highly hopped blonde beer. A blend of British, American and New Zealand hops give this strong ale a powerful hop punch backed up with a delicious bitter finish. Sold Out
  • Justinian 3.9% Crisp pale gold-coloured bitter. Attractive bitter orange flavours persist into a satisfying lasting finish. Sold Out
  • Marcus Aurelius 7.5% Imperial Roman Stout - an enormous, luscious and velvety stout. Bursting with dark, roasty flavour with an underlying vanilla richness. Sold Out
  • Nero 5.0% A satisfying, full-flavoured black brew with a good balance of malt, roast and fruit. Bittersweet flavours carry through to a dry finish. Sold Out
  • Nike 4.7% Ruby Ale. A delicate balance between maltiness and hops makes this dark ruby ale a distinctive and quaffable pint. Sold Out
  • Pegasus 4.1% Fruit and some hops on the nose lead through into a fine balance of malt, fruit and hops on a bittersweet base. Malt is also present in the long, dry finish. Sold Out
  • MoonshineCambridge, Cambs est. 2004 Bury St. Edmunds Brew Club 4.6% Belgian style wheat beer. The recipe was designed by members of the brew club and each member participated in the brewing of this beer at the brewery. Sold Out
  • Cambridge Pale Ale 3.8% Straw coloured beer with a smooth malt profile which is complemented by a restrained hop flavour. Sold Out
  • Heavenly Matter 4.1% A refreshing golden session bitter, with a fresh citrus taste and a lovely finish of citrus fruits. Sold Out
  • MoorPitney, Somerset est. 1996 Dark Alliance 4.5% Hoppy coffee stout brewed in collaboration with Clifton Coffee Company Some beer remaining
  • Old Freddy Walker 7.3% A rich, dark, full-bodied old ale. Bramling Cross hops are added to provide a hint of orange and a balancing dose of bitterness. Sold Out
  • OakhamPeterborough, Cambs est. 1993 Dreamcatcher 6.9% Deep red with black fruit flavours and aromas, underlined by subtle caramelised malt. Delicate marzipan on the tongue leaves a smooth, warming, yet dry finish. Sold Out
  • Hare & Hedgehog 3.9% An intensely dry and bitter beer loaded with citrus hops. Sold Out
  • Midnight Mild 4.0% Deep black, with a mild aroma of hops and coffee. Treacle and malty milk flavours lead to a dry chocolate finish. Sold Out
  • Scarlet Macaw 4.4% Tart gooseberry and soft peach on the nose, gooseberries and fruit to taste, before an intense bitterness that's as sharp as a macaw's screech! Sold Out
  • Okell'sKewaigue, Isle of Man est. 1994 Bitter 3.7% A golden coloured beer with a full malt and superb hop aroma, with a long lasting dry-ish hoppy complex finish. Plenty left
  • Jiarg 4.7% Rich ruby red colour. Amarillo hops give a spicy citric hop aroma. An initial sweetness leads to a very smooth easy drinking beer. Sold Out
  • Old BearKeighley, W. Yorks est. 1993 Estivator 3.8% Light golden. Three strong hop varieties create a smooth sweet lemon taste on the tongue followed by a buttery smoothness leading to a bitter hoppy after taste. Sold Out
  • Honeypot 4.4% Made with Yorkshire honey, which adds to the amber glow. A single delicate hop added to the honey for both aroma and taste gives a balanced and refreshing ale. Sold Out
  • Old DairyCranbrook, Kent est. 2010 Red Top 3.8% A rich tan-coloured beer that is balanced on the palate, with a hint of citrus aroma. It shows all the characteristics of best English bitter. Some beer remaining
  • Silver Top 4.5% A well-crafted complex stout with a good balance of dark malts, roast barley and caramel, and a long finish. A little remaining
  • Opa Hay'sAldeby, Suffolk est. 2008 Liquid Bread 5.2% Bavarian Style wheat beer which comes naturally cloudy because of the use of original Bavarian wheat beer yeast, gives a distinct aroma of cloves and banana. Sold Out
  • Samuel Engel Meister Pils 4.8% A Pilsner style beer with German Hallertau Hops. Light in colour and with a hoppy aroma. A little remaining
  • OrkneyQuoyloo, Orkney est. 1988 Dark Island 4.6% Roast malt and chocolate character with hints of fruit. A sweetish roast malt taste leads to a long-lasting roasted, slightly bitter, dry finish. Sold Out
  • Raven Ale 3.8% Mid-golden ale. A complex mixture of toasted and biscuit malt aromas with spicy resinous hop notes give way to a crisp, dry hop bitterness. Sold Out
  • Skull Splitter 8.5% An aroma of fruity malt with hints of dark fruit, spicy hop, dates and figs. Rich and complex palate with sweet toasted malt, molasses, fruit and hints of spice. Sold Out
  • OtleyPontypridd, Mid Glamorgan est. 2005 O1 4.0% Pale straw coloured bitter using Brewers Gold and Styrian Hops. Nearly finished!
  • O3 Boss 4.4% Chestnut red bitter using American hops for bitterness and aroma. Plenty left
  • OtterLuppitt, Devon est. 1990 Ale 4.5% A balanced aroma of malt and fruit. Flavours of floor-malted barley lead to a combination of fruit and some bitterness. Plenty left
  • Bright 4.3% A very refreshing beer with a fruity taste and a strong and citrus fruit aroma. The aftertaste is sweet with a subtle bitterness. Sold Out
  • Head 5.8% Malt and fruit sweet flavours give way to a long bittersweet aftertaste. Well balanced aroma reflects its taste. Deep red brown in colour. Sold Out
  • Plain AlesSutton Veny, Wiltshire est. 2008 Inncognito 4.8% Full bodied night-black ale with sweet roasted malts, aged port and robust fruits of the vine with a complex bitterness. Sold Out
  • Inndulgence 5.2% This dark ruby coloured porter has hints of hot chocolate mocha, espresso coffee, toffee and Autumn berries. Sold Out
  • Innocence 4.0% Refreshing golden straw coloured session beer with a deliciously dry hoppy finish: perfect for a summer evening! A little remaining
  • ProspectStandish, Lancs est. 2007 Blinding Light 4.2% A pale refreshing beer with citrus and spicy notes. Named after the burst of light often seen at the head of a pit shaft by miners. Sold Out
  • Nutty Slack 3.9% A delicious dark mild with hints of liquorice and a smooth malty taste. Named after a type of coal much prized for its slow-burning qualities. Plenty left
  • Purple MoosePorthmadog, Gwynedd est. 2005 Dark Side of the Moose 4.6% A delicious dark ale with a deep malt flavour from roasted barley and a fruity bitterness from Bramling Cross hops. Sold Out
  • Snowdonia 3.6% A delightfully refreshing pale ale brewed with a delicate combination of aromatic hops. Sold Out
  • Round TowerChelmsford, Essex est. 2013 Lucky 7 6.1% Strong and hoppy. Sold Out
  • Point to Point 4.0% A dark brown bitter with mild bitterness. Sold Out
  • Stout 4.6% Complex and rich. Sold Out
  • SaffronHenham, Essex est. 2005 Ramblers Tipple 3.9% Rich copper coloured easy-drinking medium bitter with plenty of toffee and caramel flavours. Sold Out
  • Saffron Blonde 4.3% Light golden ale. Maris Otter barley and torrefied wheat, plus Fuggles and Goldings hops create a delicate balance of citrus and smooth malty flavours. Sold Out
  • SaltaireShipley, West Yorks est. 2006 Blackberry Cascade 4.8% American style pale ale with the floral aromas and strong bitterness of Cascade and Centennial hops, infused with a hint of blackberries. Sold Out
  • New World Red 5.2% A deep red malty ale with firm bitterness and citrus notes from blended Australian, American and New Zealand hops. Sold Out
  • South Island Pale 3.5% A clean, pale beer, with cool crisp fruitiness from New Zealand hops, grown at Tasman Bay. Sold Out
  • Skinner'sTruro, Cornwall est. 1997 Betty Stogs 4.0% Light hop aroma with underlying malt. Copper in colour with a superb balance of citrus hops, malt and bitterness. Bitter finish is slow to develop but long to fade. Sold Out
  • Ginger Tosser 3.8% A lovely hoppy golden ale, fused with Cornish honey. Superb round finish with a hint of ginger. Sold Out
  • Son of SidLittle Gransden, Cambs est. 2007 Golden Shower 4.1% This easy drinking, slightly hoppy ale was named in honour of one of Gordon Brown's fiscal masterstrokes: selling all our gold at the bottom of the market. Sold Out
  • Muck Cart Mild 3.5% Our slogan for this award winning beer is "It's full of country goodness, it's full of it". The brewer prefers the beer to be full of it, rather than the tasting notes. Try it for yourself. Sold Out
  • Raspberry Wheat 4.8% The Raspberry Pi is the computing phenomenon of Cambridge and this wheat beer is the raspberry phenomenon of Cambridgeshire. The sourness of the wheat is balanced by the raspberries, leading to a refreshing beer. Sold Out
  • XL Ale 5.1% The brewer currently claims small brewer's relief from the taxman. The regulations do permit a supersize portion of hops however. A generous dose of Nelson Sauvin hops makes this ale XL. Some beer remaining
  • StarMarket Deeping, Lincs est. 2012 Meteor 4.0% A traditional style amber-coloured bitter blending four different malts for a clean, balanced flavour with three UK hop varieties to add subtle hop aromas. Sold Out
  • Sirius 5.2% Golden in colour and full bodied with moderate sweetness and alcohol, balanced by generous hopping using cascade, chinook and other new world varieties. Some beer remaining
  • Two TowersHockley, Birmingham est. 2010 Chamberlain Pale Ale 4.5% Sold Out
  • Jewellery Porter 5.0% A full-bodied wholesome stout with a thick and slightly chocolate texture underlined with long, fulfilling English hops. Sold Out
  • Livery Street Mild 5.4% A slightly sweet, mild ale with a more robust character than some milds. A rich hierarchy of flavours, marked by richer mid-range notes finishing with hints of porter. Plenty left
  • Tydd SteamTydd St. Giles, Cambs est. 2007 Golden Kiwi 4.1% A pale golden refreshing best bitter. Hopped exclusively with Motueka, Nelson Sauvin and N.Z. Cascade. Sold Out
  • White Rabbit 4.2% Deep golden bitter with peach and citrus flavours. Heavily hopped with Eldorado hops. The brewery is donating 10p for every pint to breast cancer care. Sold Out
  • ValeBrill, Bucks est. 1994 One Ton Morris 4.1% Brewed to mark 100 years since the first Morris was produced. A copper-coloured best bitter using all-English malt and hops. Some beer remaining
  • Red Kite 4.0% Chestnut red malty bitter. Some beer remaining
  • Waen BreweryPenstrowed, Montgomeryshire est. 2009 Chilli Plum Porter 6.1% A dark velvety smooth porter, with luscious plum flavours and a chilli warmth. Sold Out
  • Festival Gold 4.2% A golden, citrus and hoppy beer. Sold Out
  • WhitstableWhitstable, Kent est. 2003 Bohemium Lager 4.9% Straw-coloured Czech style pilsner using Saaz hops to create this original style lager. Sold Out
  • Native Bitter 3.7% Deep amber in colour with nutty notes complemented by honest malt flavours. Aromas of Kent's hop gardens - the Fuggle and the Golding. Some beer remaining
  • Renaissance Ruby Mild 3.8% Ruby in colour, this classic mild has a nutty taste with a gentle roast malt aroma. Sold Out
  • WibblersMayland, Essex est. 2007 Crafty Stoat 5.3% Made to a recipe developed by the Durden Park Beer Circle to recreate a stout brewed by Ushers in 1885. Six different malts and a huge amount of English Fuggles make a dark and complex beer. Sold Out
  • Dengie IPA 3.6% A darker malty brew with plenty of flavour. Lower strength and not overpowered by hops. Some beer remaining
  • Williams Bros.Alloa, Clacks est. 2003 80/- 4.2% A rich mahogany ale, with malt and butter aroma, biscuit texture, and a clean, satisfyingly sweet finish. The hops take a back seat on this ride. Sold Out
  • Fraoch 4.1% The unique taste of heather flowers is noticeable in this beer. A fine floral aroma and spicy taste give character to this drinkable speciality beer. Sold Out
  • Midnight Sun 5.6% A spiced porter with a blend of malted barley, oats, roast barley, chocolate malt balanced with a generous helping of hops. Fresh root ginger in the finish. Sold Out
  • Wold TopWold Newton, E. Yorks est. 2003 Wold Gold 4.8% A blonde beer. A heady mix of Wold grown Barley, Wheat and Cara malt hopped with Goldings and Styrian hops give a soft, fruity flavour with a hint of spice. Sold Out
  • Wold Top Bitter 3.7% Light amber, crisp, clean and aromatic session bitter. Unusually full flavour for its strength with a long hoppy finish. Plenty left
  • Woodforde'sWoodbastwick, Norfolk est. 1981 Bure Gold 4.3% A classic aromatic golden ale brewed using pale and lightly roasted malts in combination with American and Slovenian aroma hops. Sold Out
  • Headcracker 7.0% Pale but strong and full-bodied. Carries an intricate combination of plums and damsons countered by an abundance of 'citrus' hopping. Sold Out
  • Nelson's Revenge 4.5% An infusion of vine fruit, malt and hops provide a rich, rewarding experience. The aromas and flavours bounce merrily along to a sweet, Madeira-like finale. Sold Out
  • Once Bittern 4.0% A copper coloured ale with a distinctive aroma of rich spice and citrus fruit. The palate is a blend of sweet malt, fruit and warm spice, and the finish dry. Plenty left
  • Sundew 4.1% Subtle golden beer. Pale in colour and light on the palate with a distinct hoppy finish. Deliciously golden and refreshing. Sold Out
  • Wherry 3.8% Fresh and zesty with crisp floral flavours. A background of sweet malt and a hoppy 'grapefruit' bitter finish this champion bitter. A little remaining
  • XTLong Crendon, Buckinghamshire est. 2011 π (3.14) 3.1% A transcendental Mild, with an irrational, never ending depth of roasty flavours. Works out perfectly. Sold Out
  • No. 13 4.5% Galaxy, Riwaka, Columbia and Pacific Gem Hops from all around the Pacific Ocean meet on a raft of Amber Red Malts. Sold Out
  • YatesWestnewton, Cumbria est. 1986 Solway Blonde 4.5% Straw coloured with medium body. Cascade and Northern Brewer hops give citrus notes and a zesty finish. Brewed to celebrate springtime on the Solway Coast. Sold Out
  • Yates Bitter 3.7% A well balanced, full bodied bitter, golden in colour with complex hop bitterness. Good aroma and distinctive flavour. Plenty left

Last updated: 2013-05-26 13:12:23

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