Heineken beer is brewed by 40 breweries in 39 countries around the world. It is 100% Barley malt, choice hops and pure water give this brew unsurpassed clarity. Brewed since 1886.
A special light beer containing only 3.5% alcohol and approximately 35% fewer calories than regular lager beer. But every bit as thirst-quenching and refreshing.
A lighter version of Heineken lager
A rich ruby malt ale, medium dry with hints of toffee & banana. Balanced with fresh spicy hops to give a zesty, peppery backdrop. Red is a warming full flavoured beer to be savoured.
available as a cask ale only Williams "Joker", this is our wildcard, this is a copper coloured ale, medium bodied and a pleasent mix of spice and fruit, which stretches the palate to a smile!
A refreshing and full bodied sparkling golden ale, brewed using a blend of seven malts. Undertones of vanilla and fruit are offset by the citrus aroma of fresh hops, suggesting grapefruit and orange.
A rich dark ale, dominated by the strong flavours of blended roast malts that are the foundation of this beer. Smooth coffee and chocolate undertones are complemented by the addition of late harvest cone hops, givnig a lovely blackcurrant aroma.
Prior to the 1850's there were many Scottish coastal alehouses which brewed their own ales, these ales were made from local malted barley which was grown on fields fertilised with seaweed. This environment gave the barley a very specific flavour which we have recreated by the inclusion of fresh seaweed in the mash tun. In addition to the ...
From the Gaelic "Groseid". Since at least the 16th century Scots monks and alewives brewed indigenous drinks from cereals, wild herbs and ripe fruits. Tibbie Shiels green Grozet was immortalised by such Scots literati as Sir Walter Scott, Jas Hogg. (The Ettrick shepherd) and Robert Burns whoconsidered it a most convivial drink. Brewed wit...