Irving & Co. Brewers, Unit G1 Railway Triangle, Walton Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire.

Frigate (3.8%) a golden bitter with citrus hop flavour derived from the addition of English Sovereign and Boudicea hops in the hopback. Complemented by a background sweetness from the subtle use of light crystal and cara-malt.  


Greene King, Westgate Brewery, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. 

Old Golden Hen (4.5%)  This  golden ale leads with a unique mango and tropical fruit aroma from the rare Tasmanian Galaxy hop. Very fragrant from the mix of hops used, light and easy to drink with a good level of bitterness to provide a crisp finish to balance the sweet impact of the quite intense tropical fruit flavour. Fuggles, Galaxy, Willamette hops. Pale & Amber malt. Barmy Army (3.7%) An east drinking golden ale that delivers tropical, citrus and spicy notes and was created with the help of the Barmy Army team who visited the Westgate Brewery to develop the recipe with Greene King brewers. Suffolk Pale Ale (5%) Local, historic Chevallier malt paired with Saaz and Strisselspat hops make this a.crisp, refreshing pale ale. Yardbird (4%) Inspired by American pale ales, Fruity and hoppy.


Canopy Beer Co.  Bath Factory Estate, 41 Norwood Rd, London SE24.

SX SW  Pale Ale (4%) A light gold Australian pale ale with tropical fruit character. Brewed in collaboration with the Craft Academy.


Bellhaven Brewery, Brewery Lane, Dunbar, Scotland.

Robert Burns (4.2%) A mild chestnut brow beer with sweet toffee notes and a long malty finish.


Pig Iron Brewery, Venture Way, Brierley Hill, West Midlands.

EPA  (4.2%)  Extra pale malts and English hops give this brew a wonderful aroma and bitter flavour.


Black Hole Brewery, Old Hall Mill Business Park, Alfreton Road, Little Eaton, Derby, Derbyshire.

Cosmic (4.2%)  Cosmic has an amber glow with an initial malt aroma.The complex balance of malt and English hops give lingering tastes of nuts, fruit and a dry hoppy bitterness.


Maypole Brewery Ltd, North Laithes Farm, Kneesall, Newark, Nottinghamshire.

Artic Blast (4.9%)  Full bodied golden brew.


Milestone Brewing Co, Great North Road, Cromwell, Newark, Nottinghamshire.

Best (3.8%)  Traditional English ale. Copper coloured. Well balanced, crisp and refreshing with a clean bitter finish.


Itchen Valley Brewery, Unit D Prospect Commercial Park, Prospect Road, New Alresford, Hampshire.
 Hampshire Rose (4.2%)  Awarded by Henry V on the battlefield of Agincourt to the Archers of Hampshire. Visually tempting, Rose is a carefully selected blend of Maris Otter and roasted barley. Brewed using four choice hops; Target, Hercules, Nugget and Galena producing a truly hoppy finish, worthy of any Kings’ approval. Watercress Best (4.2%) hint of locally produced watercress gives this smooth-drink bitter a unique and attractive flavour. Named after the Watercress Line heritage railway, which passes by the brewery at Alresford. New Hampshire APA (4.3%)  Golden Ale. Light, refreshing, and uber-hoppy pale ale, with flavours of peach, pear, and citrus. Pride of the Valley (3.8%)  Appearance/Style: Hazel/Session Bitter. Taste: Aromatic, slightly bitter, easy drinking and perfect as a session beer. Food Match: Nuts, Crisps, Pork






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