Outstanding hoppy beer using Pilgrim and Styrian Goldings for full-flavoured satisfaction. Good body and luscious aroma. Inspired by the statues of water nymphs in York House gardens in Twickenham, known locally as the "Naked Ladies".
The blend of pale and dark crystal malts and caramalt give this copper/amber beer a gentle maltiness, whilst the English and German hop mix gives it a spicy hop character.
A crisp and hoppy session bitter. Amber malt provides a pleasant biscuity edge to this pale golden-coloured ale. A blend of English and American hops add a wonderfully floral and citrus-like, long dry finish. Silver Medal in the Bitters category at the Great British Beer Festival 2007.
A well-hopped and well-balanced, brownish amber session beer. Refreshing, with light citrus hoppy notes and a fresh clean finish. The one beer to have when you're having more than one.
Hoppy ale with a sweetish edge. Golden-coloured beer with a big fresh fruity citrus nose and taste. Refreshing hoppy finish. Perfect for a Spring day.
Hoppy golden ale. A wonderful golden, flavourful ale with a refreshing, hoppy bite and delicate citrus aroma with possibly a touch of tangerine. The hop varieties Citra and Amarillo feature prominently in this beer.
Very pale, very hoppy beer with an excellent flavour. Extra pale ale malt and wheat malt combine with aromatic, flavourful hops to make a very refreshing, quaffable pint.
Dark brown in colour. English hops varieties Bramling Cross and Beata combine with six different kinds of malt for a complex, and definitely spicy tasting beer.
Strong and dark, rich and full-bodied to keep out the winter chill. This luscious dark brown ale with ruby hues uses dark crystal malt, chocolate malt, oat malt and roasted barley in the grist whilst English hops balance out the sweetish finish.
Australian and New Zealand hopped light golden ale with a pleasing, distinct aroma and taste. Surf’s up!
A dark golden ale with a big, hoppy aroma and flavour over a fine malty base - well-balanced, with a hint of spiciness from the hops. A strange brew indeed and fitting for Halloween, as this beer only came into being because of a mistake by our maltsters that led us to blend two beers together. Now a separate brew with five hops and four different hop additions to the brew kettle. Despite the image on the pump clip, no pumpkin is used in the recipe.
Go with the Grain! An ale brewed with four malts: barley, wheat, rye and oat. Hopped with the Pioneer variety from England. A spicy, almost herbal aroma. Medium, moreish body. Hoppy taste with malt underpinnings and not-at-all grainy.
A strong, dark mild brewed using pale crystal and two types of chocolate malt. Full-bodied and malty but with a dryish, chocolatey edge. Inspired by Strawberry Hill House, the "Little Gothick Castle", not so far from the brewery.
Clear pale wheat ale in the English tradition. Robustly hopped with aromatic varieties, it is extremely refreshing and dangerously drinkable. Wheat accounts for 40% of the malt grist.
Amber ale with a refreshing citrus and pine aroma. Dry, hoppy flavour with a slight fruitiness underneath. Long, pleasing hoppy finish with a touch of orange peel.
Strong dark beer. Chocolate, coffee and (of course) honey all figure in the aroma and flavour of this full-bodied, tasty ale.
Big hoppy flavour and nose with juicy malt underpinnings; long pleasing dry hoppy finish. With four American and two British hops battling it out, it's like the Normandy invasion on your tongue.
A black beer showing an intense hoppiness and citrus flavours combined with an undercurrent of chocolate.
A strong, well-hopped ale. Powerful golden coloured beer with a fruity, citrus nose and flavour. A veritable Hop Bomb, with over a kilo of hops per brewers barrel, it avoids being too bitter with a skillful blend of American hops, making this a beer to be reckoned with. Handle with caution. Silver Medals at Reading Beer Festival 2007 and Peterborough Beer Festival 2006, as well as at SIBA SE Competition 2008 & 2009.