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We have a wide range of real ales from a variety of sources that we offer. You will find that we change our range frequently and you will be able to keep track of it all here.
Brown & Malty
A burnished copper coloured beer brewed from pale and crystal malts with Challenger and Styrian Goldings hops. It has a rich and tempting aroma of peppery hops and raisins, while the palate is dominated by more dark fruit, juicy malt and tangy hops, followed by a lingering soft, spicy finish with a sultana fruit character and a gentle hop bitterness.
Charlie Wells Dry Hopped Lager
Golden & Hoppy
Our Master Brewers have poured the company's 139 year heritage into crafting a new lager, using its founder's roots travelling the world in the Merchant Navy as inspiration. Charlie Wells Dry Hopped Lager is brewed with natural mineral water from a well sunk by Charles Wells himself in the early 1900s and the brewers combine several varieties of hops from around the world to create the beer's slight bitterness, hoppy aroma and subtle maltiness with a deliciously smooth finish.
Brewed in true continental style, we use 100% malt in the mash and add in Target hops followed by a late addition of Styrian Goldings to add that really noble hop aroma. We ferment the beer cool with lager yeast for seven days, and what makes this beer really special is a two week cold conditioning stage with Australian Galaxy and Ella hops which brings out all that depth of flavour and dry hop character.
Slight bitterness, hoppy aroma and subtle maltiness with a deliciously smooth finish.
McEwans - IPA
Amber & Malty
full bodied and fruity ale
Amber & Bitter
Young's Bitter shares the heritage of 175 years of brewing expertise. Today Young's Bitter is the fastest growing standard cask ale in England and Wales (AC Nielsen GB Ons) and is a 'Top 10' standard cask ale brand (No.4 in London).
(Alc 4.5% Vol.)
Young's London Stout
Black & Smooth
A traditionally crafted Stout with a contemporary London feel. Stout is often thought of as an Irish drink but many would argue its true roots are in middle class 18th century London. William Hogarth, the great English painter and satirist, depicted alcoholic spirits (such as gin) as the ruin of health and society, and beers (like stout) as the healthy alternative! For the discerning drinker who knows that Young's beers are best in class for taste and quality, this rich dark brew is synonymous with the history of London itself and quite different from the more ubiquitous beers sold under the stout genre!
A dark ruby coloured stout, with a beautiful creamy head. Unlike Irish stout, this true English stout is richer and slightly sweeter.