To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Boréale is launching Boréale 25, a limited edition wheat beer packed with flavour, perfect to enhance your patio experience this summer. A symbol of pride and character, this ale is as bright as it is cloudy, showcasing both a seductive and mysterious side. With its abundant, clinging, whi...
This pale golden lager in the Munich Helles style is a medium-bodied beer with a subtle malt sweetness and a noble hop finish.
This style is a Belgian wheat beer spiced with coriander and sweet orange peel. An unfiltered golden colored ale with a fruity trappist yeast.
Brewed as a collaboration between Goose Island Brewmaster Brett Porter, Senior Brewer Keith Gabbett, Pub Brewmaster Nick Barron and Alumni Brewmaster Greg Hall. Deep mahogany color, rich fruit aroma with notes of lilac, big malt body with touches of roast and a dry, crisp finish.
Low gravity, very pale, very hoppy. Maris Otter Pale Ale malt with a bit of wheat. Loads of fruity hop flavours from a medley of traditional and modern hops. The signature aroma hop is Citra.
A pale, hoppy and bitter ale: a slight elderflower aroma from Slovenian "Celeia" hops, followed by long bitterness. The hikers' favourite -- the perfect thirst quencher after a day on the Fells. A great session bitter.
Originally called Best Bitter. A Red Ale. Bitter-sweet. First comes the sweetness of the Dark Crystal malt, which gives it the red colour, and then the long dry finish. A beer for those who like their ale to have some colour and taste of malt.
Known to fans as just: "Gold". Golden Ale. Hoppy and uncompromisingly bitter with complex fruit flavours from the blending of a modern English hop, First Gold, with the American hop, Cascade. A hopheads' beer... with balance. A real beer drinkers beer.
A traditional dry oatmeal stout & as dark as lakeland slate. Named in celebration of one of the defining features of The Lake District landscape - dry stone walls.
A dark premium beer, which takes you by surprise. It is not what it looks like. It is rich and malty with a roasted edge, but then comes the spiciness and fruit: from a medley of English and American hops. Beware it drinks a lot lighter than it is.