Classic Best Bitter, Gower Wolf (4.0% ABV) has got a nice traditional feel to it, hints of chocolate and honey in the aroma and flavour give it character. Locally grown hops give an edge to the smooth malt profile. A traditional pint for a traditional pub, especially on more wintry days.
Great with sausage and mash.
An English Pale Ale, Gresham Hopper (3.7% ABV) is like sunshine in a pint glass. The citrusy hops provide a really refreshing bitterness when served cellar cool on a warm day. Just what you need if you’ve cycled or walked to the top of the North Downs Way.
A perfect foil for fish and chips.
Leveson Buck (3.7% ABV) session IPA is a feisty little fellow with an American accent. Can be enjoyed either as cask ale from the handpump or carbonated from the keg tap. After hopping in the brew as normal, more hops are added as it ferments, tons more flavour but without the extra bitterness.
A more complex beer for bigger flavours.
Innes Lager (4.0% ABV) is a crisp and golden lager using authentic Helles malt and Saaz hops then late hopped with German Hallertau Blanc hops before being properly ‘lagered’ for a delicate, floral finish with a hint of lemon. How did the Germans ever inspire us? Innes Lager is a perfect example.
Just the ticket with spicy dishes!