Our traditional range of classic beers produced using ancient brewing methods, freshly milled malt, whole hops and our own live yeast strain.

Glacier - January

Glacier - January 4.3%

American ale with a woody, citrus finish

Eureka - February

Eureka - February 4.1%

Golden ale with hints of tropical fruit

Dragon - March

Dragon - March 4.1%

Blonde ale with melon and passion fruit flavours.

Azacca - April

Azacca - April 4.2%

Pale, with notes of citrus, mango and pine

Mystic - May

Mystic - May 4.3%

Copper ale using this American hop.

Hercules - June

Hercules - June 4.2%

German hops give this pale ale a unique, spicy flavour

Zeus - July

Zeus - July 4.1%

Pale, with a hint of citrus and a hoppy aftertaste

Jupiter - August

Jupiter - August 4.1%

Blonde ale made using British hops

Challenger - September

Challenger - September 4.3%

Crisp, fruity pale ale with floral notes

Chinook - October

Chinook - October 4.2%

Light blonde ale with grapefruit flavours.

Victory - November

Victory - November 4.1%

Easy drinking pale American ale

Snowdrop - December

Snowdrop - December 4.1%

Malty, pale ale with a dry hoppy finish

Chestnut Red - December

Chestnut Red - December 4.5%

Spicy, fruity red ale packed with full of redcurrants.

What makes us unique?

Freshly Milled Malt

Milled in our own, state-of-the-art malt mill. Most breweries use pre-milled malt, often milled weeks before brewing. We mill our malt on the same day we brew and this gives our beers unusually rich malt textures and flavours.

Whole Leaf Hops

Rather than increasingly common hop pellets or oils. This allows the full range of hop tastes to come through rather than just the concentrated bitterness of the modern alternatives.

Fermentation With Fresh, Live Yeast

We use a live yeast strain with ancestry dating back over 200 years. Our yeast differs from the dry yeast used by many micros as it smooths out some of the harshness in the hops and gives our beer a mellow edge.

Environmentally Aware Brewing

We source our electricity from the vast array of solar panels on the building roof. We also ensure all our used malt product is consumed by local, free range pigs.

Salsa Plus Beer Certified

We are extremely proud to say we have again achieved the Salsa Plus Beer Standard. Approval certification is only granted to suppliers who are able to demonstrate to a SALSA auditor that they are able to produce safe and legal beer and are committed to continually meeting the requirements of the SALSA plus Beer standard.

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