Current Ales

Our annual Autumn Beer Festival is now over, although we still have four of the original 10 CBOB-winning beers, all at £2.80 a pint - as well as a cider and a selection of dark bottled beers.

Salopian Shropshire Gold, 3.8% - Joint Bronze Bitter
Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Golden, with a floral aroma and a full hoppy flavour that is balanced by a crisp dry maltiness and a rich finish.

Adnams Ghost Ship, 4.5% - Bronze Strong Bitter
Southwold, Suffolk
Ghost Ship is a pale ale with an assertive pithy bitterness, biscuit flavours and fresh citrus aromas. Made with Pale Ale, Rye Crystal and Cara malts, and Citra and a blend of other American hop varieties.

Heavy Industry 77, 4.9% - Gold Strong Bitter
Henllan, Denbighshire

A big amber IPA brewed with the finest pale and crystal malts. Heavily hopped with Columbus and Cascade, then dry hopped with Mosaic and Simcoe whilst conditioning. The flavour of dark Seville marmalade is backed up by a piney, peppery bitterness.

Binghams Vanilla Stout, 5.0% - Gold Speciality Beer and Champion Beer of Britain
Ruscombe, Berkshire
A dark stout brewed using dark malts and infused with vanilla pods.

And a cider at £2.80 a pint:
Hallets Blindfold, 6.0%
Caerphilly
A medium, still cider made from a blend of apple varieties, which has an intense fruit flavour with a citrus sharp finish.

And in 500ml bottles at £3.00 each:
Dark Star Espresso, 4.2%
Partridge Green, West Sussex
A black beer brewed with roasted barley malt and challenger hops. Then freshly ground Arabica coffee beans, blended especially for Dark Star, are added to the copper for a few minutes after the boil to provide a rich and complementary coffee aroma.

Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout, 4.5%
Bristol
This award winning National Champion Stout is a beautifully creamy, full-bodied stout, the likes of which were brewed nearly a century ago on the very site of the Bristol Beer Factory today. Does not contain milk but is bottle conditioned, so pour carefully.

Wiper and True Plum Pudding, 6.5%
Bristol

W&T have added brandy soaked fruits, cinnamon and orange zest to a deep, dark malt base. The resulting brew combines caramelized sugar and rich, dark fruit flavours with a toasted finish.
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