Tasting Notes: Hayburners here! Savour the burnt notes of the roasted barley. A deep golden ale brewed with the USA Warrior hop releasing a resinous and pine aroma.


Style: Deep Golden Ale
ABV: 4.2%
See: Deep Gold
Smell: Freshly hoppy
Taste: Punchy bitterness, fragrant hop
Bitter: 3.5
Sweet: 1.5 

Tasting Notes: An all time favourite and back by popular demand, this glorious amber ale with a smooth malty finish delivers true glory. Best enjoyed seated whilst munching on a hog roast. 


Style : Amber Beer
ABV : 4.5%
See :Amber
Smell : Fruity, malty, fresh spicy hop
Taste : Richly malty, slightly nutty
Bitter : 2
Sweet : 3

Old Ale, 4.0%

Based on one of Adnams oldest beer recipes dating back to 1890. Brewed with Crystal malted barley and Boadicea hops, dark brown in colour with an aroma of caramel and nutty chocolate.

Old Hooky 4.1%, Hook Norton, Oxfordshire

Old Hooky is a beautifully balanced beer, fruity by nature, with a well-rounded body and the suggestive echo of Crystal Malt.

Two Hoots 4.2%, Joseph Holt, Manchester.

A light, crisp and refreshing ale with a hint of citrus and a slightly sweet aftertaste. It bagged gold at the Brussel's Beer Challenge and a regional award at the Sainsbury's Great British Beer Hunt.

Tasting Notes: Smooth and laid back - the embodiment of the Ringwood Brewers. This deep warm beer, crafted with a smoky finish, evokes all that is great about a contemplative pint beside a roaring fire. Best enjoyed with a lump of cheese.


Style: Porter
ABV: 4.7%
See: Dark Ruby
Smell: Roasted, slightly smokey
Taste: Roasted malt, full-bodied
Bitter:4
Sweet:3 

Tiger 4.0%, Everards, Leicestershire

An award winning best bitter with universal appeal. Tiger is a classic example of getting the perfect balance between sweetness and bitterness, Crystal malt gives the beer its rounded toffee character.

Tasting Notes: A very easy drinking, light-coloured pale ale brewed using Cascade hops to give a slight citrus & grapefruit aroma. Brewed to celebrate England launching their defence of the Ashes in Australia this beer is sure to bowl you over.
Style : Pale Ale   See : Pale Gold   Smell : Citrus, hoppy   Taste : Refreshing Bitterness   Bitter : 3.5   Sweet : 2.5

Tasting Notes: An amber ale crafted by the experts in relaxation.. Kick back and enjoy the glow of this warming ale with a rich, malt finish. Best enjoyed with a bacon sandwich. 
Style: Amber Beer       ABV: 4%       See: Deep Copper       Smell: Malty, floral, fragrant hops       Taste: Rich Malty Flavour       Bitter: 2.5       Sweet: 3

Tasting Notes: Swing low with this full and fruity beer, guaranteed to carry you home with a spicy aroma and malty sweet taste to savour every English try and bone crunching tackle. 
Style: Strong Bitter       ABV: 4.8%       See: Chestnut       Smell: Nutty, Malty, Hoppy       Taste: Grainy, Hoppy       Bitter: 3       Sweet: 3

Tasting Notes: Swing low with this full and fruity beer, guaranteed to carry you home with a spicy aroma and malty sweet taste to savour every English try and bone crunching tackle. 
Style: Strong Bitter       ABV: 4.8%       See: Chestnut       Smell: Nutty, Malty, Hoppy       Taste: Grainy, Hoppy       Bitter: 3       Sweet: 3

Tasting Notes: Avoid the scrum & make sure you score an early try as our most popular seasonal ale makes a winning return. A full-bodied malty beer with a clean citrus aroma tackles your taste buds & kicks its opponents into touch.
Style: Bitter       ABV: 4.0%       See: Dark Amber       Smell: Aromatic and spicy       Taste: Luscious & hoppy subtle citrus       Bitter:4       Sweet:3

Tasting Notes: Stunning! One of many words used to describe Britain’s favourite view, here in the Lake District. This light golden, easy drinking ale with its delicate floral and citrus aroma, is as inspiring as the view we celebrate.
Style: Bitter       ABV: 3.9%       See: Light Golden        Smell: Floral, Citrus, Hoppy       Taste: Full Bodied, Bitter, Hoppy       Bitter: 5        Sweet: 2.5

Tasting Notes: Good beers are only made from good quality ingredients. The lightly toasted malt flavours in this beer are derived from a single malt variety – Cassata malt – grown in Great Britain. The appetising golden hue of this beer is also derived entirely from the single malt variety. The citrus aroma of grapefruits compliments the malt, and comes from a single hop variety called Palisade, which is a new hop variety for Marston’s this year.
Style: Single Malt Single Hop       ABV: 4%       See: Golden Hue       Smell: Grapefruit, Citrus Aroma       Taste: Lighted toasted malt balanced with citrus hop
Bitter: 3       Sweet: 2

Tasting Notes: The Blackwych has cast her spell. Start with a measure of alluringly rich dark malt and allow the bitterness to creep in. Watch out for the caramel sweetness lurking behind. This silkily smooth porter is no taboo, it’s a spell binding force to be reckoned with.
Style: Porter       ABV: 4..5%       See: Deep Ruby      Smell: Toffee, hints of coffee & dark chocolate       Taste: Full bodied, slightly sweet, roasty, fruity hops
Bitter: 3       Sweet: 3.5