Beer List 2018

Potbelly Brewery

Best

3.8%

Chestnut

Brewed using a mixture of 4 different malts together with Goldings hops to give a traditional chestnut coloured bitter.

Ambrosia

4.0%

Mid Mild

Overall Champion Northants CAMRA 2016. Smooth drink of the gods.

Waterways World

4.4%

Light Gold

A single hopped golden beer, preserving the maltiness of the grain, and the sweetness of the hops.

Beijing Black

4.4%

Dark Mild

A strong dark mild, but not meek!! Gold Award for “Supreme Champion” at SIBA National Beer Competition

Hedonism

4.5%

Light Citrus

A light coloured bitter with a citrus hoppy finish, very easy drinking.

Piggin Saint

4.2%

Golden

APA style, dry hoppiness and certified GLUTEN FREE

Crazy Daze

5.5%

Very Light Golden

A very light golden bitter with hidden strength! Champion Strong Ale SIBA National Beer Competition 2007

PC Piglet

9.99%

Dark Ruby

Full of deep flavours, but not a stout! Rich fruity liquorice taste.

Gun Dog Brewery

Round the Bend 

3.8%

Blonde

Sponsored by Lee Sanitation A blend or moreish malt & Cascade hops creates this delicious Blonde Ale. Buying a pint of this brew gets you a special pint pot with handle for you to re-use.

Hart Brewery

No1 Tawny

4.1%

Chestnut

Best bitter, with all the traditional flavours you would expect from a best-selling brew.

No3 Ruby

4.7%

Ruby

Richly flavoured dark ruby mild

Frog Island

Shoemaker

4.2%

Golden Brown

The initial malty taste is complimented by the citrus flavours and bitterness of the hops. The thirst-quenching character of the beer is enhanced by a lasting malty, bitter aftertaste.

Natter Jack

4.8%

Pale

An initial sweetness is followed by floral hop flavours. The combination of malts provides a perfect balance and lingers into a dry, bitter aftertaste

Great Oakley

Welland Valley Mild

3.6%

Dark Mild

Welland Valley Mild is a true mild in every sense of the word. Dark and flavoursome with a slight roast taste.

Gobble

4.5%

Straw coloured

Overall Champion and Gold in the Premium Bitters section at the 2011 SIBA Regional Competition at Nottingham. A large smack of hops at the end giving a fantastic mouth feel.

Delapre Dark

4.6%

Black Old Ale

A black old ale with full flavour made from 5 different malts. Bronze in the Porters, Strong Milds, Old Ales & Stouts at the SIBA Beer Competition Nottingham 2006.

Julian Church

Gold Testament

3.8%

Golden

Light refreshing session strength beer

Charles 1st

4.1%

Chestnut

Traditional session beer with a warming hoppy flavour.

Black Prince

6.5%

Black

Sweet strong porter, brewed for those with a discerning nature!

Purple Cow

Hoof Hearted

3.9%

Pale

Floral notes, and a light hoppy citrus flavour.

Slaughterhouse

5.0%

Pale

Traditional style IPA with a careful blend of American hops, balanced with the pale malts.

NBC (Phipps)

Farthing Ale

3.5%

Chestnut

Ale brewed to the original recipe, this “old fashioned” ale reminds you how beers used to be.

Midsummer Meadow

3.9%

Amber Gold

A floral hoppy ale brewed using modern aromatic Amarillo hops.

IPA

4.3%

GoldenPale

Subtle malt tones, hops deliver orange citrus finish.

Market Harborough Brewery

Hoppy Pale

4.1%

Pale

American hopped beer in the traditional style.

Whirlpool

4.5%

Golden

Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra, Cluster, Columbus & Crystal hops. Tropical fruit aroma, pine & bitter citrus

Slaughterhouse Brewery

Saddleback

3.8%

Amber

A conversational bitter

Hog Goblin

4.6%

Chestnut

A mid-brown full-bodied premium English bitter.

Nobbys Brewery

Claridges Crystal

3.6%

Pale

Ultra pale summer ale, crisp and fresh with a slightly citrus hop finish.

T’owd Navigation

6.1%

Dark Brown

Dark strong ale from years gone by! Rich malt and hops and wonderfully warming. Not for the faint hearted.

Towcester Mill

Saxon Shield

4.7%

Golden

Easy drinking with a slight citrus finish.

Bell Ringer

4.4%

Light

Subtle malt tones, hops deliver orange citrus finish.

Weldon Brewery

Rosies Sweat Box

4.2%

Dark

Easy drinking and yet very tasty with roast malts and almost plummy overtones.

Windmill

4.2%

Brown

Award winning classic English bitter made with generous amounts of East Kent Goldings.

Langtons Brewery

Inclined Plane

4.2%

Light Golden

Straw coloured bitter with a citrus nose.

Farrier

4.5%

Chestnut

Traditional bitter with a slight floral / citrus flavour and aroma

Hopback

Summer Lightning

5.0%

Blonde

Probably the most awarded beer in Britain. Easy drinking, and delicate flavours on the palate

Framework Brewery

Centennial Simcoe

3.7%

Pale

American hops Simcoe & Centennial bring pine, citrus & floral aromas and taste to this delicate pale ale

Fox Paw

4.0%

Amber

Hopped with Brewers Gold, this fruity hop offsets the sweetness brought forward from the malt bill

Friday Street IPA

4.9%

Pale

A vibrant session IPA, weaves juicy new world hops around a caramel & biscuit backbone and a collision of soft stone fruit & citrus makes this a ‘go-to’ beer

Church End Brewery

Gravediggers

3.8%

Dark

Dark black & red in colour with a complex mixture of chocolate & roast flavours. The use of 2 different hops gives the beer a complex feel & smooth finish

Goats Mild

3.8%

Golden

Golden pale nectar. Pale barley, crystal malt & oats blend to fill the palate with flavour. Aromatic hops dance over the tongue for a gentle hop finish

Fallen Angel

5.0%

Pale

A sharp, full flavoured pale bitter. Buckets full of American hops give it the lemony edge

What The Fox’s Hat

4.2%

Golden

A full golden coloured beer with a soft hop flavour & finish

Mike’s Meteor

5.6%

Gold

Deep gold in colour and softly hopped. An aromatic bitter with hints of tropical fruit

Vicars Ruin

4.4%

Golden

Straw coloured best bitter. Delightful hop flavours soften to a delicate malt finish

Froth Blowers Brewery

Jolly Brewer

4.3%

Pale

Pale malt to give a little colour & malt taste and use of two New Zealand hops gives this beer its particular attraction

Riverside Stout

4.8%

Dark

Classic Oatmeal Stout, ‘micronized’ oats & a hint of Weyermann’s smoked malt give it its perfect finish

Hornswoggle

5%

Pale

Extra pale malt is combined with floral hops to produce this ‘Piffle Snonker’ with attitude

Dow Bridge Brewery

Onslaught

5.2%

Dark

A deep ruby strong ale. A good balance of fruit & hops with rich flavours and aroma

Ratae’d

4.3%

Tawny

Tawny coloured with strong hop aroma and bittersweet finish

Gladiator

4.5%

Ruby

Ruby chestnut, well balanced beer. Smooth & malty but with a bitter, dry finish. Some fruit aroma & slight toffee sweetness

Summer Light

3.5%

Light

A pale golden seasonal brew with a refreshing quality, through the use of Maris Otter pale malt & Goldings hops

XT Brewing Co

West Coast

4.2%

Light

An American style IPA packed with Chinook, Columbus & Cascade hops. Crisp, clean & refreshing with a lasting hoppy bite

Hopcat IPA

3.9%

Pale

Lightly toasted malts give a hint of sweetness, bursting with intense tropical & citrus flavours

Lion Porter

4.5%

Dark

A smooth rich deep dark porter with roasty coffee flavours

Sea Star

4.6%

Amber

Toasted malts lend themselves to sweet caramel & raisin notes which are complemented with deep lemon/lime, floral & vanilla hoppy flavours

Byatts Brewery

Amarillo IPA

4.9%

Golden

Big orange citrus flavour and a soft fruit aroma

Regal Blond

5.2%

Blonde

Citrus, vanilla & lemongrass notes. Powerful & hoppy, smooth & refreshing

Brewhouse Best

4.1%

Chestnut

Rich malt, toffee flavour with a balances bitter finish

Phoenix Gold

4.2%

Golden

Initial malt sweetness. Crisp, fresh & hoppy with a rounded bitterness


Cider List 2018

Gwynt Y Ddraig Ciders

Haymaker

6.5%

Medium

Celtic Warrior

5.5%

Sweet

Black Dragon

7.2%

Medium Dry

Autumn Magic

4.0%

Medium Blackberry

Two Trees Perry

4.5%

Medium Sweet Perry

Farmers Pride

5.3%

Cloudy Scrumpy style

Celtic Marches

Abrahalls Dry

6.5%

Dry Cider

Lilleys

Dark Cider

7.5%

Dark, woody overtones.

Rum Cider

4.0%

Quality Somerset Cider, with a hint of Rum

Bad Boy Cider (Pipewell, Northants)

Bad Boy

6.0%

Cloudy, Dry, natural yeast from dabinett apples

 

 

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