41st Cambridge Beer Festival Beer List

This list is a hopefully accurate record of the beers that were served at the festival.

  • Adnams Southwold, Suffolk est. 1890 Broadside 4.7% Brewed with Pale Ale malt and First Gold hops, Broadside is a dark ruby red beer rich in fruitcake aromas, almonds and conserved fruit.
  • Cambridge Beer Festival Special 6.0% A one-off, black stout, aged in oak casks previously occupied by Adnams Copper House Distillery's North Cove Vodka. This additional maturation has imparted flavours of vanilla, coffee and chocolate. Warming with a dry finish.
  • Fat Sprat 3.8% A pale amber summer beer with a lovely citrus, grapefruit aroma and some spicy notes. On the palate, the citrus character of the hops shines through, balanced with a light biscuit flavour and a crisp, dry finish.
  • Ghost Ship 4.5% This pale ale has a good assertive pithy bitterness and a malty backbone. It is brewed with a selection of malts — Pale Ale, Rye Crystal and Cara. Citra and a blend of other American hop varieties create some great citrus flavours.
  • Mosaic 4.1% Made with Mosaic hops, this pale blonde has bags of personality with bold mango, peach, lemon and pine flavours and a dry hoppy finish.
  • Southwold Bitter 3.7% A beautiful copper-coloured beer, late- and dry-hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness. Brewed with the finest East Anglian malted barley, sourced locally to the brewery.
  • Arbor Ales Lawrence Hill, Bristol est. 2007 Greenhorn Rising 5.2% Amber in colour with citrus, floral and pine aromas. Grapefruit and tropical fruit flavours are balanced by some caramel sweetness. Peppery bitterness lingers on the finish.
  • Motueka 3.8% A pale hoppy session beer brewed with Motueka hops. It has flavours and aromas of tropical fruit and sweet citrus with a delicate bitter finish.
  • Arran Cladach, Arran est. 2000 Arran Dark 4.3% A well-balanced malty beer with plenty of roast and hop in the taste and a dry, bitter finish.
  • Blonde 5.0% Aroma is malty, toasted, hoppy and citrusy. Flavour has a malty base with zesty and fruity flavours and a floral hoppy finish.
  • B & T Shefford, Beds est. 1982 Edwin Taylor's Extra Stout 4.5% A pleasant bitter beer with a strong roast malt flavour. Brewed using Pearl Pale and Crystal malts, roast barley and Hercules hops.
  • Shefford Mild 3.8% A dark beer with a well balanced, roast malt taste.
  • Bank Top Bolton, Lancs est. 1995 Dark Mild 4.0% A full bodied dark mild with hints of liquorice and roast barley.
  • Flat Cap 4.0% A light bitter with biscuit malt and fruit flavours.
  • Bartrams Rougham, Suffolk est. 1999 Comrade Bill Bartram's Egalitarian Anti-Imperialist Soviet Stout 6.9% A bold and tasty Russian stout with a mouthfilling, airy texture and a lot of enjoyable, peppery, bitter chocolate flavours.
  • Thy Last Drop 4.0% Based on a traditional London Porter recipe.
  • Tour de Force 4.1% Trip the light fantastic with a light relief after all that heavy going. With a certain je ne sais quoi.
  • Bexar County Peterborough, Cambs est. 2012 Black Eye 7.3% This extremely hoppy beer pulls no punches and will hit you full force in the face! Little to no aroma masks the brutal assault that your tastes buds will have once you take your first sip. Roasty and hoppy…not for the faint of heart (or palate). Unfined. Brewed in collaboration with Hand Drawn Monkey, Huddersfield.
  • I Am Not a Fruit Beer Too! 6.0% A slightly soured wheat beer with added beetroot. A classic flavour mix of sweet (from the wheat) and sour, this beer is a perfect thirst quenching ale for the summer months. Unfined.
  • Ronin 5.3% Rice, koji, ginger, and sake yeast were all used in brewing this beer. Slightly sweet and very refreshing, it has a lot going on. The finish is long with a slight warming sensation. Unfined. Brewed in collaboration with Hand Drawn Monkey, Huddersfield, and Three Blind Mice, Ely.
  • Texas Pecan Coffee Mild 3.9% A brown non-traditional mild. Pecan coffee imported from Texas is added to complement the mild flavors. Unfined.
  • BlackBar Harston, Cambs est. 2011 Bitter 3.6% Malty, tawny brown bitter with a noble hop finish.
  • Longhair BPA 6.2% A light copper-hued beer with a big nose of Summit hops and a bittering from British Admiral and Pioneer hops. Full of zesty, effervescent flavours and a great body.
  • Museum Old Ale 4.8%
  • Theory 143 5.5% Dark red malty comfort beer.
  • Brentwood Brentwood, Essex est. 2006 BBC 2 2.5% A true session pale ale; a full body and malty flavours make this beer very deceptive. American hops give it a tropical fruit and citrus punch.
  • Brentwood Best 4.2% A traditional, light-coloured best bitter with a well-rounded flavour and aroma.
  • Brentwood Blonde 3.8%
  • Brentwood Gold 4.3%
  • Chockwork Orange 6.5% A deep chocolate malty beer brewed with oranges to give it that extra pizazz and matured to provide a classic old ale style beer.
  • Marvellous Maple Mild 3.7% A dark brown mild with a hint of maple syrup.
  • Summer Virgin 4.5% A light golden ale with American hops creating a refreshing citrus pint.
  • Bristol Beer Factory Bristol est. 2003 Milk Stout 4.5% Dark creamy stout, reviving an old Bristol tradition. Black in colour with a creamy mouthfeel.
  • Nova 3.8% A light malt base: Maris Otter, Carapils and wheat malt allows the bright, fresh and zesty hop aromas to shine, underpinned by herbal and floral notes.
  • Brodie's London est. 2008 Citra 3.1% Hoppy session beer brewed with Citra hops. Flavours and aromas of pineapples and mangoes with a light mouthfeel.
  • Old Street Pale 5.0% Medium sweet American pale ale. A strong zesty citrus flavour with a fairly sweet finish, along with sticky pine, grass and toast notes.
  • Broughton Broughton, Biggar est. 1980 Exciseman's 80/- 4.6% The bittersweet blend of flavours is derived from the crystal, black and pale ale malts, and fresh, aromatic hops. Dark amber in colour, toffee aromas and full-bodied.
  • Greenmantle 3.9% A brown bittersweet ale, with licorice aromas and a lightly bitter aftertaste.
  • Buntingford Royston, Herts est. 2001 Highwayman 3.6% Light brown session bitter.
  • Single Hop 'Triskel' 4.0% The single hop is Triskel, a French hop from the Alsace region, fresh grapefruit and slight lemony sharpness with a bitter hop finish.
  • Burning Sky Firle, E. Sussex est. 2013 Devil's Rest 7.0% Deceptively drinkable, with a burnt orange colour and full flavour in the mouth. Huge amounts of Simcoe & Centennial hops find their way into the kettle, with even more sneaking in post fermentation for a 'proper' IPA flavour.
  • Plateau 3.5% Pale gold in colour, with a crisp malt edge and sharp bitterness. Plateau has been hopped at different stages of the brew, with a big mix of US & NZ hops to satisfy the discerning drinker.
  • Buxton Buxton, Derbyshire est. 2010 American Rye 4.3% A shed-load of American hops provide a delightful marmalade/citrus bitterness, well balanced by the sweetness of the malt, while delivering a charcteristic peppery rye flavour.
  • Axe Edge 6.8% Hopped with Amarillo, Citra and Nelson Sauvin, this beer's complex flavours include mandarin orange, schnapps, pineapple, and juicy tropical fruits. It is warmingly alcoholic with a dry finish.
  • Moor Top 3.6% Hopped with American Chinook hops, this oozes citrus flavour and aroma. Sweetness balanced with a lingering bitter finish backed up with a late grapefruit hit.
  • Rednik Stout 4.1% Deep brown/black in colour. Aromas of burnt roast coffee, malty molasses, prunes, and a hint of smoke. It is gently sweet and sour, with a moderate bitterness.
  • Calverley's Cambridge, Cambs est. 2014 Best Bitter 4.8% A smooth amber ale, with a good balance of malt and subtle bittering hops.
  • Citra Bitter 3.6%
  • Cambridge Brewing Company Cambridge, Cambs est. 2013 King's Parade 3.8% Classic best bitter. Earthy, spicy, biscuity aroma and sweet malty, but fruity finish. Well-balanced, very drinkable ale.
  • Sweet Chariot IPA 4.3% Pale bitter beer, with a blend of US and UK hops.
  • Wayne's Brain 4.3% In the style of a German Hefeweizen, with banana and clove flavours. Naturally cloudy.
  • Castor Castor, Cambs est. 2009 12th Man 4.5% Amarillo triple-hopped beer with spicy citrus and floral aromas and taste with an orangey finish.
  • Castorware 4.4% Dark, malty, and balanced by interesting hops.
  • Mozart's FinALE 4.5% Amber-coloured premium bitter with grassy and citrus hop notes.
  • Crafty Beers Great Wilbraham, Cambs est. 2012 Mild Mannered 3.5% A dark mild with a pleasant balance of sweet malt and tempered bitterness.
  • Sauvignon Blonde 4.4% Aromatic golden ale brewed with Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand, which create characteristics reminiscent of the Kiwis' most famous wine.
  • Dominion Moreton, Essex est. 2012 A Mild With No Name 6.0% Dark beer with hints of cherry and currants. Brewed in collaboration with Billericay Brewing Company.
  • Yukon Gold 3 9.7% Brewed with 100% Maris Otter pale malt with Bullion and Bramling Cross hops. It is matured in cognac casks and acquires an aroma of oranges and cream. The taste is of sweet malt with a rounded bitterness.
  • Downton Downton, Wiltshire est. 2003 Elderquad 4.0% A pale, generously hopped session beer. Hints of sweetness, and a subtle elderflower aroma, provide a terrific balance to the hops.
  • East London London est. 2011 Nightwatchman 4.5% A warm, smooth, beer, red-tinged in colour and relatively well hopped.
  • Orchid 3.6% A mahogany-coloured, slightly sweet a dark mild, lightly spiced with vanilla.
  • Elephant School Brentwood, Essex est. 2006 Peasants' Revolt 4.6% New world hopped red ale.
  • Smoking Trunks 5.4% A gently smoked porter style beer but with a twist of tropical fruit hoppy loveliness.
  • Elgood's Wisbech, Cambs est. 1795 Apple Wheat 4.0% Apple juice blended with a Belgian style wheat beer to create a refreshing, slightly carbonated, apple and vanilla beer. The fresh apple aroma combined with a hint of herbs and vanilla helps create a unique taste.
  • Black Dog 3.6% Dryish, complex dark mild. Caramel binds a good cross-section of malt, roast and dark berry fruit flavours and there is a hint of sweetness.
  • Black Eagle Imperial Stout 8.7% Raisins and soft fruit complement roast malt in this warming dark ruby stout. Bittersweet conclusion.
  • Cambridge Bitter 3.8% A mild brown bitter with a good balance of malt and hop character giving a pleasing session drink.
  • Double Swan 4.5% This beer has a floral aroma, refreshing to the taste with good bitterness and a slightly sweet mouthfeel.
  • Golden Newt 4.1% A beer with prominent hop character; a blend of Fuggles, Goldings and Cascade has been used in the recipe to bring the delicate hop flavour and aroma to the fore. The use of Cascade gives a pleasing citrus aroma.
  • Enville Stourbridge, W. Mids est. 1993 Cherry Blonde 4.2% A light blonde bitter delicately infused with essence of cherry to produce a Belgian style fruit flavoured beer.
  • Ginger 4.6% Made using ginger root extract for a refreshing flavour that is not overpowering.
  • Nailmaker Mild 4.0% A well-defined hop aroma and underlying sweetness give way to a dry finish.
  • Fat Cat Norwich, Norfolk est. 2005 Cat No. 3 3.8% Pale yellow session beer brewed with four pale malt varieties and highly hopped with American Chinook.
  • Meow Mild 4.0% Chestnut coloured mild. Roasted flavours throughout, backed up by fruit and coffee flavours. The hops in the aroma appear again in the aftertaste.
  • Fellows Cottenham, Cambs est. 2009 Doctor Syntax 6.5% Dark and bitter. An IPA backbone with Munich malt. Heavy on the Summit and Columbus additions right through the boil and dry hopped to give the final punch.
  • Old Fellow IPA 7.2% Amber in colour. Floral with big hop character, with enough sweetness to balance the bitterness.
  • Shy'Ann 5.5% A golden bitter ale bursting with floral and fruity citrus aromas and flavours. Dry hopped with Cascade and Chinook.
  • Voltaire 5.5% An American red style ale with six different US hops. Dry hopped for extra bite.
  • Felstar Felsted, Essex est. 2001 Peckin' Order 5.0% Amber gold coloured lager with citrus notes. A dry finish with a pinch of spice.
  • Rooster Booster 5.6% Strong pale ale brewed with American hops for bitterness and English full cone hops for aroma.
  • Five Points London est. 2013 Hook Island Red 6.0% A full bodied, aromatic red rye ale brewed with malted barley, 20% rye, and Chinook, Columbus and Simcoe hops.
  • Railway Porter 4.8% A Porter in the classic London style with our own twist. Aromas of chocolate and coffee with hints of caramel, brewed with British East Kent Goldings hops.
  • Fyne Ales Cairndow, Argyll est. 2001 Highlander 4.8% A dark amber-coloured bittersweet ale with an aroma of caramel malt and a hint of lemon. Tastes of rich caramel malts with a touch of toffee and soft citrus flavours leading to a good bitter hoppy finish.
  • Vital Spark 4.4% A dark ruby red coloured beer with an aroma of berries and roasted malts. Flavours of dark fruity and roast malts develop to a long dry finish. Deliciously drinkable and a real cracker.
  • Golden Triangle Norwich, Norfolk est. 2012 Hop Lobster 5.5% Brewed with East Anglian pale malt and five American hops to give a strong pale beer with big explosive hop notes.
  • Red Square 4.6% An American style red ale with a Soviet twist. Three local malts and three American hops combine to give a strong fruity hop aroma with a good malty base leading to a lengthy dry finish.
  • Grain Alburgh, Norfolk est. 2006 Blonde Ash 4.0% Wheat beer with a lemon, clove, and banana nose. Sweet fruity flavour supported by a hoppy bitterness. Caramel appears in a strong finish.
  • Oak 3.8% This well balanced session beer uses Maris Otter pale ale malt to give a light amber colour, and fermented slowly to give a dry, moreish finish.
  • Porter 5.0% An old-style porter. Smooth and creamy, with a dark berry flavour.
  • Great Heck Goole, N. Yorks est. 2008 Amish Mash 4.7% A German style weizen with the hops of an American IPA. Light, refreshing and extremely fruity as the hops balance the banana and clove notes from the German yeast. Light, refreshing and extemely fruity as the hops balance the banana and clove notes from the german yeast.
  • Black Jesus 6.5% A black IPA brewed with biblical quantities of premium American hops and dehusked German roasted malt. Enjoy with chocolate, cold meats or just loaves and fishes.
  • Green Jack Lowestoft, Suffolk est. 2003 Baltic Trader 10.5% A rich and fruity export stout with plenty of hop character.
  • Greene King Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk est. 1887 Gold Beach 5.0% An easy drinking lager style beer to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
  • XX Mild 3.0% A cask mild traditionally brewed using dark malt to give a sweet and roasted flavour.
  • Harveys Lewes, Sussex est. 1790 Prince of Denmark 8.0% A strong, dark beer of great complexity and depth.
  • Sussex Best Bitter 4.0% Full-bodied brown bitter. A hoppy aroma leads to a good malt and hop balance, and a dry aftertaste.
  • Highland Swannay by Evie, Orkney est. 2006 Orkney Best 3.6% A very refreshing, easy drinking beer. Hopped with American, Polish and New Zealand hops early and late in the copper.
  • The Duke 5.2% Clear golden ale, with citrus aroma and flavours. An Orcadian nod to American IPAs!
  • Hop Back Downton, Wilts est. 1987 Crop Circle 4.2% The subtle blend of aroma and bittering hops give a crispness on the tongue which is delicately fruity, giving way to some dryness. Brewed gluten free.
  • Taiphoon 4.2% A pale gold beer with hints of lemongrass and coriander.
  • Hop Studio Elvington, York est. 2012 Obsidian 5.0% A well-structured black IPA with notes of treacle and coffee, balanced by powerful hops that make it rich and palatable.
  • York 3.8% A deep copper coloured session ale with loads of berry and orange flavours and a hint of tangerine in the aroma.
  • Hopshackle Market Deeping, Lincs est. 2006 Firebelly 7.0% Double IPA with a sweet malty background overridden by an abundance of hops.
  • Zen 3.8% Amber brown in colour. Malt and bitter sweet flavours with background toffee and a dry finish.
  • Isle of Skye Uig, Isle of Skye est. 1995 Skye Black 4.5% Dark ale brewed with roast barley and rolled roast Scottish oatmeal, giving an almost stout-like bitterness, smoothed through the addition of pure Scottish heather honey.
  • Skye Red 4.2% Reddish-hued, slightly malty and nutty in character, smooth to the taste.
  • Jo C's Fakenham, Norfolk est. 2010 Knot Just Another IPA 5.0% A golden hoppy bitter, with a good blast of British Bodicea hops.
  • Norfolk Kiwi 3.8% An easy drinking, lightly hopped straw coloured beer. A blend of English and New Zealand hops.
  • Kissingate Lower Beeding, W. Sussex est. 2010 Chennai 5.0% Background flavours of pale and amber malts are balanced with the resinous bitterness and herbal characteristics of Pacific Gem and Cascade hops.
  • Gardenia Mild 4.5% A refreshing amber mild with the subtle floral fragrances of an English country garden.
  • Lacons Great Yarmouth, Norfolk est. 2013 Encore 3.8% Glowing with a pale amber hue, this flavour packed ale leads with delicate fruit aromas, comfortably balancing a dry pine and citrus crescendo of flavour throughout followed by a finish that is long and dry.
  • Falcon 4.2% A classic dark bitter with an auburn glint. Elaborately balanced use of hops and malt paves the way to complex flavours which are charming and lightly spiced.
  • Late Knights London est. 2013 Hairy Dog Black IPA 6.0% A single hop brew using Apollo hops to produce a hoppy warming black IPA.
  • P.IPA 5.4% An IPA made with three varieties of Polish hops.
  • Liverpool Organic Liverpool, Merseyside est. 2009 24 Carat Gold 4.2% Generously hopped with a bitterness that builds steadily towards a lingering finish with spicey orangey notes.
  • Josephine Butler 4.5% Golden coloured with hints of lemon and elderflower in the taste with a good hoppy finish.
  • Kitty Wilkinson 4.5% Chocolate and vanilla stout.
  • Loch Lomond Alexandria, Dunbartonshire est. 2011 Galaxy Trial 5.0% New beer – description forthcoming
  • Kessog 5.2% This ale is dark in colour with warm spicy flavours.
  • Lord Conrad's Dry Drayton, Cambs est. 2010 Hedgerow Hop 3.7% A light amber beer with a kick of bitterness. Wild hops from around Swavesey provide a hoppy nose.
  • Slap 'n' Tickle 4.3% A summer blonde ale. Tickle your fancy with a slap of summer refreshment. This light ale is brewed with a single hop in three stages to give a lasting finish.
  • Zulu Dawn 3.5% Dark with red highlights. Citrus bitterness on a malty base.
  • Mauldon's Sudbury, Suffolk est. 1982 Black Adder 5.3% A dark bitter stout. Roast and nut aromas with a fruity balance of hops and dark malt provide an excellent lingering finish.
  • Lemon Adder 4.0% Fresh citrus aromas which develop into a balanced, fruity and refreshing flavour, along with a lingering, dry, bitter finish.
  • Silver Adder 4.2% A light coloured bitter with fine hop and malt combinations giving a refreshing crisp finish.
  • Mighty Oak Maldon, Essex est. 1996 Oscar Wilde 3.7% Roasty dark mild with suggestions of forest fruits and dark chocolate. A sweet taste yields to a more bitter finish.
  • Mile Tree Wisbech, Cambs est. 2012 Fenland Wheat 4.3% Naturally cloudy wheat beer, brewed using Munich wheat yeast, giving aroma/taste of cloves and ripe banana with a spicy dry finish.
  • Wellstream 4.9% Copper brown, full-bodied malty beer with a bitter-sweet finish. Brewed with two English hops, Challenger and East Kent Goldings.
  • Milton Waterbeach, Cambs est. 1999 Lanterne Rouge 6.0% Bright golden ale. Bold, hoppy aroma, with a full tropical/citrus fruit flavour and a strong bitter finish.
  • Medusa 4.6% Strong mild. Cocoa, vanilla and fruitcake aromas are backed by a satisfying yet subtle bitterness. Very drinkable.
  • Minerva 4.6% Golden ale. Brewed with US, NZ and British hops for a powerful hop punch and satisfying bitterness.
  • Nero 5.0% A satisfying, full-flavoured black brew with a good balance of malt, roast and fruit. Bittersweet flavours carry through to a dry finish.
  • Pegasus 4.1% Fruit and some hops on the nose lead through into a fine balance of malt, fruit and hops on a bittersweet base. Malt is also present in the long, dry finish.
  • Moonshine Fulbourn, Cambs est. 2004 Cambridge Best Bitter 4.1% Fruity notes give way to a lasting, biscuit malt finish in this pale copper, easy-drinking ale.
  • Cambridge Pale Ale 3.8% Straw coloured beer with a smooth malt profile which is complemented by a restrained hop flavour.
  • Heavenly Matter 4.1% A refreshing golden session bitter, with a fresh citrus taste and a lovely finish of citrus fruits.
  • Hot Numbers Coffee Stout 5.5% Made with the cooperation of Hot Numbers Coffee of Cambridge. Dark roasted malts balance the coffee and hop flavours, lactose adds sweetness to the body.
  • Red Watch Blueberry Ale 4.2% A red-coloured beer brewed with fresh blueberries. A thirst-quenching, refreshing, fruity ale.
  • You Can Bike Too 4.3%
  • Moor Pitney, Somerset est. 1996 Old Freddy Walker 7.3% A rich, dark, full-bodied old ale. Bramling Cross hops are added to provide a hint of orange and a balancing dose of bitterness.
  • Revival 3.8% A very hoppy and refreshing bitter with a crisp finish and full flavour.
  • New Plassey Eyton, Clwyd est. 2012 Midnight Mild 4.2% A medium strength mild with a real fullness of character and flavour. Dark and subtle.
  • Oakham Peterborough, Cambs est. 1993 Bishops Farewell 4.6% A strong premium beer of structured quality, dominated by elaborate fruity hop notes, with a grainy background and dry finish.
  • Gangster 4.9% Ruby coloured with a rich, sweet base and powerful citrus fruit flavour with a lasting bitterness. Hopped with Simcoe, Galena and Apollo.
  • Paranoid 5.2% Rose gold beer with fresh hop aromas. Big bitter character wrestles with a hoppy fruit monster. With no outright winner, they fight on to the finish.
  • Oates Halifax, W. Yorks est. 2012 Saison 4.2% Medium cloudy and apricot coloured, with lemon peel on the nose. Flavours include shrivelled lime, cream cheese and coriander notes, sherbet and herb.
  • Old Dairy Cranbrook, Kent est. 2010 Gold Top 4.3% Combining Maris Otter, the best British ale malt, with malts normally used in the finest continental lagers gives a beer with good body, caramelised undertones and a distinct gold colour.
  • Red Top 3.8% A rich tan-coloured beer that is balanced on the palate, with a hint of citrus aroma. It shows all the characteristics of best English bitter.
  • Silver Top 4.5% A well-crafted complex stout with a good balance of dark malts, roast barley and caramel, and a long finish.
  • Opa Hay's Aldeby, Suffolk est. 2008 Fruity Little Number 3.8% A session bitter loaded with citrus hops.
  • Maibock 7.0% A rong German spring ale brewed with Bacarian yeast and Munich malt, hoppy and malty.
  • Samuel Engel Meister Pils 4.8% A Pilsner style beer with German Hallertau Hops. Light in colour and with a hoppy aroma.
  • Orkney Quoyloo, Orkney est. 1988 Dark Island 4.6% Roast malt and chocolate character with hints of fruit. A sweetish roast malt taste leads to a long-lasting roasted, slightly bitter, dry finish.
  • Red MacGregor 4.0% Generally a well-balanced bitter, this tawny red ale has a powerful smack of fruit and a clean, fresh mouthfeel.
  • Skull Splitter 8.5% An aroma of fruity malt with hints of dark fruit, spicy hop, dates and figs. Rich and complex palate with sweet toasted malt, molasses, fruit and hints of spice.
  • Otter Luppitt, Devon est. 1990 Amber 4.0% The special Cara malt and carefully selected hops in Amber deliver a finely balanced bitter flavour, with hints of tropical fruit and spice sometimes even an impression of ginger.
  • Bitter 3.6% Light and fruity beer with a dry, hoppy finish.
  • Head 5.8% Malt and fruit sweet flavours give way to a long bittersweet aftertaste. Well balanced aroma reflects its taste. Deep red brown in colour.
  • Panther Reepham, Norfolk est. 2010 Ginger Panther 3.7% Fiery with a ginger flavour and with subtle lemon flavour notes.
  • Red Panther 4.1% A beer with roasted nutty flavour and bitter spicy malts.
  • Poppyland Cromer, Norfolk est. 2012 East Coast IPA 7.0% An American IPA. North Norfolk Maris Otter malt with lots of New World hops, dry hopped with Columbus. Fruity, resinous and bitter. Gluten-free.
  • Stewkey Gose 4.7% A wheat beer inspired by the salt marshes of Stiffkey, North Norfolk. Made with foraged ingredients — sea purslane, wild hops, with alexanders, fennel and coriander spices and salt. Sour and salty. Gluten-free.
  • Portobello London est. 2012 American Pale Ale 5.0% Maris Otter Pale Malt gives a pale-golden, rich malty base with Citra, Amarillo and Summit late additions yielding a well-balanced hop flavour and aroma of tropical fruits, orange and pink grapefruit.
  • Market Porter 4.6% Aromas of cappuccino, chocolate, dark fruits and vibrant fresh peel. Velvety and rich, with notes of coffee, chocolate and hazelnuts with warming alcohol and cocoa in the finish.
  • Purple Moose Porthmadog, Gwynedd est. 2005 Snowdonia 3.6% A delightfully refreshing pale ale brewed with a delicate combination of aromatic hops.
  • Ysgawen 4.0% A refreshing pale ale brewed using Cascade hops with the added indulgence of elderflowers.
  • Saffron Henham, Essex est. 2006 Citurian 3.8% Light golden ale with grapefruit aromas and a gooseberry finish.
  • Royal Blue 4.1% Traditional style ale, malty with mellow sweet citrus tones.
  • Saffron Blonde 4.3% Light golden ale. Maris Otter barley and torrified wheat, plus Fuggles and Goldings hops create a delicate balance of citrus and smooth malty flavours.
  • Saltaire Shipley, West Yorks est. 2006 Dockfield Porter 5.0% Classic reddish black porter with roast malt aroma, chocolate and nut flavours and a spicy bitterness from Bramling Cross hops.
  • Raspberry Blonde 4.0% Refreshingly blonde ale delicately infused with raspberry flavours.
  • Shalford Braintree, Essex est. 2007 1319 Mild 3.7% Roast malt and delicate chocolate sweetness with a slight bitter finish.
  • Rotten End 6.5% Traditional coloured and strong, accompanied by a slightly sweet and nutty undertone with a bitter edge to finish.
  • Skinner's Truro, Cornwall est. 1997 Lushingtons 4.2% Using only Cornish pale malt and hops from the USA, this is a new world style hoppy, fruity pale ales, but at a session strength.
  • Son of Sid Little Gransden, Cambs est. 2007 Chocolate Cherry 5.1% Smooth, well balanced stout with a subtle cherry taste.
  • Muck Cart Mild 3.5% Smooth dark mild with a long liquorice finish. Roast and fruit aroma, with chocolate and coffee taste, and lingering roast finish.
  • Raspberry Wheat 5.5% The Raspberry Pi is the computing phenomenon of Cambridge and this wheat beer is the raspberry phenomenon of Cambridgeshire. The sourness of the wheat is balanced by the raspberries, leading to a refreshing beer.
  • St. Peter's St. Peter South Elmham, Suffolk est. 1996 Dark G-free 3.9% Suffolk grown, Sovereign bittering hops provide the floral notes for this full bodied gluten-free beer.
  • G-Free 4.2% A clean, crisp gluten free ale with a pilsner style lager finish and aromas of citrus and mandarin from American Amarillo hops.
  • Grapefruit 4.7% We use our Wheat Beer as a base for this superbly refreshing beer. The zesty/pithy grapefruit is in complete harmony with the hops and malt. Excellent as an apĂ©ritif or as a refreshing change.
  • Star Market Deeping, Lincs est. 2012 Comet 3.8% Pale, straw coloured refreshing session bitter that combines English barley and three American hop varieties. Zesty bitterness with citrus aromas.
  • Sirius 5.2% Golden in colour and full bodied with moderate sweetness and alcohol, balanced by generous hopping using cascade, chinook and other new world varieties.
  • Thornbridge Bakewell, Derbyshire est. 2004 Jaipur 5.9% A citrus-dominated India Pale Ale, its immediate impression is soft and smooth yet builds to a crescendo of massive hoppiness accentuated by honey. An enduring, bitter finish.
  • Kipling 5.2% Golden blonde beer with an exquisite passionfruit, gooseberry and mango aroma. An initial sweetness and full body are balanced by a lasting grapefruit-like bitter finish.
  • Three Blind Mice Little Downham, Cambs est. 2014 Chopper 4.3% Light refreshing pale ale. A single hop beer made with Chinook hops.
  • Pale Ale No. 1 4.5% Well balanced and hoppy with citrus notes. Brewed with Maris Otter and lager malts and Amarillo hops.
  • Tom Smith Ales Kettering, Northants est. 2012 Goat Sanctuary 4.0% Very pale, straw coloured, very dry and hoppy beer.
  • Tom's Tipple 3.5% Chocolate flavours, sweetness well balanced with Fuggles bittering hop.
  • Truman's London est. 2010 Runner 4.0% A dark copper bitter brewed with three different types of hops and five types of malt.
  • Swift 3.9% Brewed with both lager (Saaz) and ale (Cascade) hops for the perfect blend of flavour and refreshment. Juicy, gently hoppy and mellow.
  • Tydd Steam Tydd St. Giles, Cambs est. 2007 Learning to Fly 4.0% Light in colour. Clean and dry with citrus flavours.
  • Sandman 5.0% Deep golden strong bitter. Boldly hopped, predominantly with Australian Galaxy hops, importing clean citrus flavours and aroma of passion fruit.
  • Wibblers Mayland, Essex est. 2007 Crafty Stoat 5.3% Made to a recipe developed by the Durden Park Beer Circle to recreate a stout brewed by Ushers in 1885. Six different malts and a huge amount of English Fuggles make a dark and complex beer.
  • Hop Black 4.0% Dark Ale with lots of hoppy bitterness, dark in colour but with a floral aroma.
  • Wild Beer Westcombe, Somerset est. 2012 Fresh 5.5% A pale ale made with new-harvest Northern and Southern hemisphere hops. A punchy hop character alongside an appetising bitterness and a crisp dry finish.
  • Scarlet Fever 4.8% Citrus and floral notes from aromatic New World hops balance the smooth caramel and bready sweetness of traditional English malts, before a long, crisp citrus finish.
  • Winter's Norwich, Norfolk est. 2001 Geniuss 4.1% A full-bodied stout made with chocolate and caramalts to give a roasted flavour with a hint of liquorice with some brambly fruit.
  • Revenge 4.7% Amber coloured and well-hopped, for a distinct bitterness with a sweetish finish that makes this a warmer beer.
  • Wold Top Wold Newton, E. Yorks est. 2003 Against the Grain 4.5% A full flavoured gluten-free bitter with a good, creamy head, refreshing bitterness and a citrus hop aftertaste.
  • Mallard 4.0% Refreshing, easy drinking beer with a fruity bitterness and a lingering, dry finish.
  • Woodforde's Woodbastwick, Norfolk est. 1981 Bure Gold 4.3% A classic aromatic golden ale brewed using pale and lightly roasted malts in combination with American and Slovenian aroma hops.
  • Craft Lager 4.1% Continental style lager brewed using Norfolk grown lager malt and German Hallertau Blanc and Perle hops, creating a lager with real flavour. Fermented slowly at a lower temperature.
  • Flagon Dry 3.6% A highly aromatic and easy drinking ale, brewed using Norfolk grown and malted Maris Otter supplemented with finest Norfolk honey. A combination of Styrian Golding and Nelson Sauvin hops provide a memorable drinking experience.
  • Nelson's Revenge 4.5% An infusion of vine fruit, malt and hops provide a rich, rewarding experience. The aromas and flavours bounce merrily along to a sweet, Madeira-like finale.
  • Norfolk Nog 4.6% Smooth, rich and rounded 'Old Ale' with velvety texture and hints of chocolate, treacle and liquorice.
  • Wherry 3.8% Fresh and zesty with crisp floral flavours. A background of sweet malt and a hoppy 'grapefruit' bitter finish this champion bitter.