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We pride ourselves on making ‘a beer for everyone’ with styles ranging from traditional English bitters to hazy pale ales through to smoked beers and stouts. Below is a list of our core range ales, as well as our keg beers and seasonal specials – if you’re looking for our monthly cask special, please click here.

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Alchemist Lager

4.5% ABV Crisp, clean and refreshing – liquid gold!

Tasting notes
Brewed with noble hops from the Czech Republic and Germany, Alchemist is our signature premium lager.

Lightly-kilned malts are blended with Hersbrucker and Saaz for a lifting floral aroma, finished with authentic lager yeast for notes of gentle spice and sweet grain.

Refreshingly crisp on the palate and effervescent in complexion, Alchemist Lager is liquid gold!

Vegan appropriate.

Food pairing
When it comes to summertime imbibing, Pretzel and Lager are a match made in heaven, both perfectly portable and refreshing.

Side Pocket for a Toad

3.6% ABV Golden, hoppy and packed with flavour.

Tasting notes
It’s a toad not a frog! Unmistakable citrus and floral notes from only the best American Cascade hops balanced with a crisp dry finish make this straw coloured ale a fantastic session beer. All that flavour in a 3.6%. Oh Yes.

Food pairing
This sits very well alongside anything with big spicy flavours. The perfect partner to an aromatic jalfrezi or fiery enchiladas. Of course it drinks well on its own.

Ridgway

Ridgeway

4.0% ABV Beautifully balanced.

Tasting notes
An ever popular stalwart of our range, Ridgeway is defined by the finest UK malts balanced with the fruity characteristics of Styrian Goldings hops. This is a classic English ale at it’s most refined and drinkable.

Food pairing
We particularly like this one with rich hearty meals. A boeuf bourguignon or mushroom stroganoff on a cold winters evening.

Brock Bitter

Brock Bitter

3.7% ABV Traditional quaffing ales don’t get much finer than this.

Tasting notes
Proof that traditional session beers don’t have to be bland. This light brown quaffing ale graces us with a hint of sweetness and caramel on the palate, with the dynamic duo of Challenger and Styrian Golding hops imparting complimentary flavour, aroma and bitterness.

Food pairing
A no nonsense ale that sits well with no nonsense food. Bangers, mash and a rich red onion gravy is just one of our recommendations.

Mansion Mild

Mansion Mild

3.7% ABV A smooth, dark, sweet, ruby mild.

Tasting notes
A classic ruby dark mild, smooth like velvet, sweet and creamy, you’d be fooled into thinking we were talking about a chocolate box selection.

Food pairing
Pair with meats served with sweet sauce such as pork and apple, venison and redcurrant or fruit sponge puddings.

Moongazing

Moongazing

4.2% ABV A burst of colour, aroma and flavour to stimulate the senses.

Tasting notes
This red-amber hued ale has a well rounded late bitterness with grapefruit, mango and peach hop characteristics imparted by American Chinook and Citra. Rye crystal malt adds additional complexity to stimulate your senses.

Food pairing
The dominant citrus/grapefruit characteristics mean this beer sits well alongside Keralan seafood curries.

Colley's Dog

Colley’s Dog

5.2% ABV Yeast, hops, water and malt. Lots and lots of malt.

Tasting notes
This dark ruby premium ale is all about the malt, and we’ve packed a lot into this brew. It’s nutty, it’s malty and full of body. An old school strong English bitter.

Food pairing
This full bodied beer is almost a meal in itself. Best to pair with flavour packed snacks – anything from pickles and pies to cheeses and chutneys.

Tea Kettke Stout

Tea Kettle Stout

4.7% ABV Unlike bitter Irish stouts, it’s a smooth, dark delight.

Tasting notes
A stout like no other. The antithesis of bitter Irish stouts, this is creamy, smooth with underlying chocolate notes imparted by generous amounts of roasted malts and oats. Pours with a dark body and ivory head. It’s a tall, dark handsome pint.

Food pairing
Great with game, mild cheeses and smoked meats. Whiz in a blender with 2 scoops of good quality vanilla ice cream for the ultimate milkshake.

Death Or Glory

Death or Glory

7.2% ABV Deadly, no. Gloriously rich, sweet and aromatic, yes.

Tasting notes
Don’t be fooled by the strength, this is one easy drinking beer. A rich, sweet barley wine with a heady, alcoholic nose and incredibly complex flavour profile. Brewed since 1994 by appointment to the Queens Royal Lancers. They’re tough enough to sink a few… are you?

Food pairing
Treat this beer like a bold red wine or port. Pair with red meats, mature cheeses and rich deserts containing chocolate, ginger or orange.

Drop Bar

Drop Bar

4.0% ABV Pale, crisp and refreshing. Head for the bar.

Tasting notes
This is a beer to drink all night long and all year round. A slower, low temperature fermentation and dry hopping with Mosaic yields crisp flavours, subtle bitterness and a gentle floral, tropical fruit aroma.

Food pairing
Given the choice, we’d serve this alongside a plate of deep fried calamari and a wedge of lemon.

Citra Session

Citra Session

3.9% ABV Single-hopped session ale. Extra pale, citrus fruits.

Tasting notes
Single-hopped session ale. Extra pale, straw-gold with aromas of citrus fruits, grapefruit and lychee. Session strength with a refreshing palate and crisp, fruity finish.

Food pairing
Moules-frites is a favourite fresh and hearty dish. Citra Session acts as a perfect palate cleanser between mouthfuls of succulent mollusc.

Pale Four

Pale Four

4.6% ABV Dry hopped for BIG flavour and aroma.

Tasting notes
Hops, hops and more hops, although this is not just another one dimensional ‘lupin fest’. Cara, Munich and Rye Crystal malts provide a robust base for this punchy American West Coast IPA style beer.

Food pairing
Load up some bottles, head for the campfire and enjoy with rich cured meats, smoked fish and toasted marshmallows.

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Raven King

5.5% ABV Punchy, powerful, delicious.

Tasting notes
This powerful IPA brings waves of tropical fruits from Citra and Mosaic, dry-hopped for extra aroma. Brewed using wheat for a full-bodied, hazy finish.

Vegan appropriate.

Food pairing
Soft fruity flavours play well into the sweet, sticky fruits, and do well to compliment spice. Try a glass of this pale, accompanied by Thai fishcakes with a mango chutney dip.

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Lunardi’s

4.2% ABV Smooth, fruity and refreshing.

Tasting notes
A generous dose of oats adds a creamy, pillowy texture to this session-strength Pale Ale. Simcoe provides aromas of stone-fruit and mango, finished with Comet for a refreshing citrus edge.

Vegan appropriate.

Food pairing
Hints of stone-fruit go well with this stone-cold classic; peaches and cream!

Nosebag

Nosebag

4.3% ABV Classic ESB. (January to February)

Tasting notes
Chestnut coloured, this classic ESB (Extra Special Bitter) is characterised by its balance and extreme drinkability. Black malt gives colour without astringency and Fuggle Hops offer a fine aromatic bitterness.

Food pairing
As our winter seasonal special it’s only right this is paired with something warming. Game pie, served with seasonal vegetables.

Bring Me Sunshine

Bring Me Sunshine

4.2% ABV Golden, fruity and refreshing. (March to May)

Tasting notes
Fact – the sun has always shined on Tring the day we release this beer. Cascade hops and light roasted malts are the base for this fruity, hoppy golden brown ale. Get some ‘Sunshine’ in your life.

Food pairing
Great with pasta dishes. Try with a simple green pesto covered penne or spicy crab linguine.

Fanny Ebbs

Fanny Ebbs

3.9% ABV Thirst quenching Summer ale. (June to August)

Tasting notes
We’re not sure if Fanny Ebbs was a blonde but we know this beer is. It’s also amazingly crisp with very low bitterness and late citrus hop aroma from a combination of Saaz and Cascade varieties.

Food pairing
Let’s keep this simple. Hot summer day, pint of Fanny Ebbs and an assortment of pork scratchings, nuts and crisps. Done.

Squadron Scramble

Squadron Scramble

4.0% ABV Brewed to commemorate the Battle of Britain. (September to November)

Tasting notes
Brewed to commemorate the Battle of Britain, this ale is characterised by a debonair medium light colour and a dare-devil maltiness that compliments a courageous hop aroma from the best Mount Hood hops.

Food pairing
This works well with a good welsh rarebit – brown bread, strong cheddar and smoked bacon for the sauce, wholegrain mustard. Yum.

Santas Little Helper

Santa’s Little Helper

4.8% ABV Warming winter ale. (December)

Tasting notes
Warming winter ale, this festive special is the perfect balance of roasted malt and premium aroma hops. This tipple would warm even the cold heart of Scrooge.

Food pairing
Well it’s got to be the full Christmas dinner, with all the trimmings. Remember to save a couple of pints to have with the bubble and squeak on Boxing Day.