A medium hopped, light-bodied Amber lager.This brew derives its flavor from American grains with emphasis on domestic caramel and toasted malts.Oregon-grown hops abound, providing 28 IBUs.
A domestic interpretation of the fruit flavored beers that made Belgium famous. Very light and crisp with low hop bitterness, this beer gathers it’s flavor from fresh Raspberries that are used in place of flavoring and aroma hops.
Amber beer with a malty and citrus fruit aftertaste.
There's a story about some farm labourers who thought that the reflection of the moon in a pond, not far from our brewery, was a lovely truckle of Lancashire cheese. They tried to rake it out, but ended up falling in. You might find a pint of this stuff just as mesmerising. First brewed in 1950. Now featured in the book '1001 Beers You Mu...
Available filtered and pasteurised in 275ml dark glass bottles. Has appeared occasionally in cask.This fully fermented strong ale has been brewed by J.W. Lees as a celebration of the brewers art since 1985. Harvest Ale can be enjoyed now or laid down like a vintage wine for enjoyment in years to come.
Jabberwocky is brewed in teh English Strong Ale style. This ale is abundance of specialty grains is balanced with generous additions of Cascade, Perle, Willamette, and Chinnock hops. This blend of grains and hops produces a very smooth, well balanced and much appreciated brew.
Jack D'Or starts off with North American Pils, Vienna, Wheat and Malted Oats (among others) and is hopped with a combination of four hops, finishing with Palisade and Nugget. Fermentation-wise we use a blend of three yeast strains to give Jack D'Or its refreshingly dry character. Finally, despite all of the spicy flavours in this beer it ...
A unique tasting English-style pale ale with just a hint of blueberries. Surprisingly mild and deliciously refreshing.
The oldest of beer styles, our brown ale is a light bodied ale with a toasted malt profile, hints of coffee and a low hop character.
This rich, fruity beer is known as a saison This golden ale starts with a clove-like spiciness, followed by a rich, fruitiness and a dry finish.