Beer

Type

Rating

  • Harviestoun Old Engine Oil Thumb
    Old Ale4.1

    Harviestoun Old Engine Oil

    A superb, rich, full-bodied beer derived from a 1970s homebrewing recipe. Wickedly smooth chocolate dominates the flavour, which is nicely balanced by the bitterness of the hops.

  • Harviestoun Bitter and Twiste... Thumb
    Extra Strong/Special Bitter (ESB)3.6

    Harviestoun Bitter and Twiste...

    "Bottled with approximately 1/3rd less Carbon Dioxide than most beers. This results in a fresher more natural tasting beer. Combines Hallertau Hersbrücker with Challenger. Late hopped with Styrian Goldings, which gives a sharpness like the twist of a lemon."

  • Harveys XX Mild Ale Thumb
    English Dark Mild AleN/A

    Harveys XX Mild Ale

    This dark traditional mild ale, brewed all year round to an original gravity of 1028°-1032° is a well balanced beer with a soft, slightly sweet palate.

  • Harveys Tom Paine Thumb
    English Pale AleN/A

    Harveys Tom Paine

    Brewed to commemorate the bicentenary of Thomas Paine's "The Rights of Man". It is thought that Paine help draught the American Declaration Of Independence. His work still ranks among the best sellers of all time. America celebrates Independence day on July 4th each year. CAMRA has designated July as a celebration of British Independent B...

  • Harveys Sussex Pale Ale Thumb
    India Pale Ale (IPA)N/A

    Harveys Sussex Pale Ale

    Originally brewed in 1920 as Harvey's IPA with an abv of 4.7%. In the 1930's it went down to 4.0%. Then down to 3.0% during the war, but eventually settled on 3.5% in the 1950's. (In 2003 a version named Harvey's Long Man IPA in honour of the Long Man Morris Men was released.) It is a well balanced, well-hopped bitter and was awarded Firs...

  • Harveys Sussex Best Bitter Thumb
    Bitter4.7

    Harveys Sussex Best Bitter

    Winner of the First Prize Gold Medal at the International Brewers’ Exhibition in 1980, this beer is brewed to an original gravity of 1036° -1040° from a recipe which has evolved over many years. It is a full, well-hopped bitter with a reputation that exceeds the borders of its native and adjoining counties.

  • Harveys Southdown Harvest Ale... Thumb
    English Pale AleN/A

    Harveys Southdown Harvest Ale...

    This is one of our very popular Seasonal Ales. Brewed from the new hops especially for the Harvest Festival. It is only available for a limited period each year. Usually from September to December.

  • Harveys Porter Thumb
    English PorterN/A

    Harveys Porter

    We have taken a porter recipe of 1859 from Henry Harvey’s brewing journal and reproduced it faithfully using pale ale malt, crystal malt, black malt, locally grown hops, our own spring water and yeast strain. We have subsequently bottled the beer in both pasteurised and bottle conditioned form. However, each March draught 1859 Porte...

  • Harveys Old Ale Thumb
    Old AleN/A

    Harveys Old Ale

    A premium bottled beer, originally brewed as No.1 Brown Ale but renamed due to the number of awards it has gained at successive International Brewers’ Exhibitions since 1952. Brewed to an original gravity of 1040° -1044° this dark, full bodied beer combines sweetness and strength to produce an exceptionally smooth palate for...

  • Harveys Knots of May Light Mi... Thumb
    English Pale Mild AleN/A

    Harveys Knots of May Light Mi...

    This summer beer was first brewed to celebrate the 21st birthday of this very popular team of Morris Dancers. The brew has a lower alcohol content and a deep ruby colour with a delicate hop fragrance. Our own spring water and yeast strain ensure that it has the distinctive Harvey character.