This is a vaguely chronological list of all the craft beers we have brewed, are brewing or will brew in the future. We rarely brew exactly the same craft beer twice and are always interested in your ideas and suggestions so please tell us what you'd like us to try next.
Alc. 4.1% 59 IBU 11 EBC
Cob Roller sold out
Our new pale ale with an orange hue and plenty of orange and mandarin aroma. We designed this to be a great session beer but also to pair well with food. It's also incredibly refreshing so we expect to be selling a lot of this once the temperatures improve!
Alc. 4.5% 22 IBU 65 EBC
Blatchy available now
Having run into naming issues this is our rebranded porter now with added oats - or more precisely malted oats! The oats add a touch of viscosity to the beer so that it all feels a lot more balanced. As for the name, well "blatchy" is a Glaws work for black or dark. We're also pretty sure no-one else is going to have a beer called that!
Alc. 5.3% >55 IBU 20 EBC
Wild West available now
A big barrel-full of West Coast IPA with plenty of hops to balance out the rich malty backbone. British hops provide the bittering element to this beer with huge amounts of hops added at the end of the boil to take the this stuff to another level. Tune in and Hop out, man.
Alc. 4.7% 25 IBU 26 EBC
Smeechy available now
Certainly the most unusual beer we've made so far where we take a full amber ale and add beechwood smoked malt. The result is a little bit of smoky bacon on the nose but a rich warming malty glow when you taste. We love it and let's face it - everything is better with bacon!
Alc. 4.4% 15 IBU 15 EBC
Sly sold out - back next year
In days gone by a "sly house" was an unlicenced ale house and this is a farmhouse ale in a "saison" style with lemon verbena as well as hops. Cloudy, slightly funky on the nose and incredibly refreshing. Perfect for a hot summer day. It's very difficult to just have one!
Alc. 4.7% 53 IBU 18 EBC
Sou' West sold out - back soon
People loved Wild West but based on some feedback we've created an English version that's a little lighter in terms of alcohol and also more traditional in its taste. Masses of Brewer's Gold hops have been lavished on this little treasure and we hope you'll like it as much as it's big brother.