3.8% Thwaites | Lancashire

“Refreshing amber ale, bursting with spicy and citrus hop characteristics.”

3.5% St. Austell | Cornwall

“Cornish Best is an easy-drinking, traditional, well balanced bitter with wide appeal. This superb ale bursts with rich malt, biscuit and fine fruit character followed with a flint-dry finish.”

4.2% Purity | Warwickshire

“Watch out for the Goose, her hiss is far worse than her bite. A zesty pale ale with a smooth and citrusy finish. Winner of five awards.”

3.8% Leeds Brewery | Yorkshire

“An easy drinking pale ale. Light and hoppy with delicate floral notes and a well balanced finish.”

3.5% Hook Norton | Oxfordshire

“A subtly balanced, golden bitter, hoppy to the nose, malty on the palate - the classic session beer, eminently drinkable.”

3.8% Joseph Holt | Manchester

“Joseph Holt IPA is a very pale, traditional English ale with relatively high bitterness and a fragrant hop aroma. It is brewed with traditional East Kent Goldings and Slovenian Styrian Goldings.”

3.8% Harviestoun | Clackmannanshire

“A superbly-balanced and lively beer. It has a malty-sweet aroma with a floral, fruity hoppiness and a zesty flavour. Complex, rounded, sweet and dry; the connoisseurs’ session beer par excellence!”

4.0% Black Sheep | Yorkshire

“The 40th anniversary Holy Grail is still going strong. With more hops than a killer rabbit, it’s a full-flavoured golden ale with a fruity flavour followed by the Black Sheep signature dry finish.”

Adnams | Suffolk

“Made with, you guessed it, Mosaic hops, this pale blonde has bags of personality with bold mango, peach, lemon and pine flavours and a dry hoppy finish.”