Pilgrim Brewery, 11c West Street, Reigate, Surrey. Surrey Bitter (3.7%) an easy drinking but full bodied bitter amber in colour hopped with Worcester Goldings and Bohemian Styrians. Progress (4%) our first beer brewed on January 8 1982, a rich malty best bitter with a Styrian hop flavour and balanced bitterness. Quench (3.6%) a refreshing, zesty pale golden ale. Ideal for matching with light meals.
Milestone Brewing Co, Great North Road, Cromwell, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
Pekko (3.9%) Single hopped citrus session ale. Superb bitterness on the palate coupled with a smooth finish.
Crafty Brewery, Thatched House Farm, Loxhill, Dundfold, Surrey.
Crafty One (4.2%) Fresh lemon aroma with a soft delicate flavor.
Hammerpot Brewery, The Vinery, Arundel Rd, Poling, Arundel, West Sussex. Red Hunter (4.3%) a ruby red bitter with a full bodied, rich character. Beer of the month for Camra Bottled beer club Oct 2009. Hammerpot Pale Ale (4.2%) a light, golden, tangy pale ale with a full, fresh, hop flavour. Shooting Star (3.8%) a chestnut amber bitter with malt, toffee, and blackcurrant in the mouth. Fresh lemon / floral hop aroma with a mellow, balanced aftertaste. Mosiac (4.1%) Brewed with extra pale kilned English Maris Otter barley and American Mosaic hops. The result is a crispy, hoppy, fruity pale ale with hints of lemon, peach, mango and pine.
Slaters Brewery, St Albans road, Stafford, Staffordshire.
Premium (4.4%) Rich amber coloured beer with hints of caramel, malt and a complex fruity hop aroma developing a bitter finish and balancing the well-rounded 'malty mouthfeel'.
Ramsbury Brewery, Priory Farm, Axford, Marlborough, Wiltshire.
Sunsplash (4.0%) Pale Summer Ale, full of citrus flavours, fruity on the nose with a bitter finish.
Tollgate Brewery, Unit 1 Southwood House Farm, Staunton Lane Calke, Ashby De La Zouch, Derbyshire.
Red Star(4.5%) Traditional pale IPA, smooth start and lots of hoppy flavours to finish.
Firebird Brewing Co, The Old Brickworks, Lynwick Street, Rudgwick. Heritage XX (4.0%) Rummaging in his archive, Bill unearthed one of his Great Great Grandfather’s
recipes from 1854. The beer, called XX at the time, became one of King of Horsham’s most important beers and went on to become King and Barnes’ Sussex Bitter. Today we have revived his original
recipe in tribute to him, but added a modern twist with the addition of Challenger hops and a unique dry hopping technique using the Progress variety. The result is an amber beer with a fresh, hoppy
aroma and a full bodied and satisfying taste with a lingering and pleasant bitterness. This beer is great drinking on its own, and will accompany any dark meats or fried dishes. Two Horses Pale
A Pale Ale intensely hopped with bold Simcoe, Willamette, Centennial and Cascade varieties
from the US to give a bold aroma and intense bitterness. A full flavoured blend of Crystal,
Caramalt and Munich malts ensures Two Horses punches well above its abv. Parody Session IPA (4.5%) The big malt base of this amber ale acts as a great foundation to a hop storm of modern and traditional hops to give powerful bitterness, huge aroma and a long, satisfying finish. Dana Single Hop (4.2%) Another new addition to the single hop series, this time from up and coming Slovenia. Bitter and pale as ever, this hop displays a strong lemon and pine fragrance. Hop Heads are Happy Here.
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