With the rise in popularity for "Craft Beer" in recent times, we now stock and rotate Craft on tap and in bottle.
Customers often ask me what "Craft Beer" is, and by definition it is small batch beers carefully crafted by the head brewer. I believe this to be a bit of an "Americanism" as all brewers craft their beers to produce a quality product regardless of batch size. What can be said about these craft beers is that the brewers have heaped loads more flavour and aroma into these beers to take beer to a new level. Craft Beer styles include lagers, stouts, pale ales, bitters and wheat beers amongst others.
The one thing that is guaranteed with a craft beer of whatever style is that the quality and taste will be second to none.
Golden & Refreshing
A premium Italian Lager brewed to quench the thirst. Easy drinking and smooth.
Shipyard - American Pale Ale
Golden & Refreshing
An easy drinking, American style Pale Ale bursting with fruity, citrus hop flavour and gooseberry and pine aroma.
Dry hopped with a quartet of American hop varieties – Chinook, Cascade, Columbus, and Centennial delivering a big, bold, brash hoppy beer. Drop anchor for a spell and enjoy.
This APA is a collaboration between Master Brewers Alan Pugsley and Simon Yates to craft a classic American style Pale Ale to satisfy the growing thirst of British drinkers for American craft beers.
Hop House 13 Lager
Golden & Hoppy
HOP HOUSE 13 is a delicious double-hopped lager, brewed with Irish barley and aromatic hops and continues Guinness's 256 years of heritage and brewing excellence at St. James's Gate, Dublin. It's a crisp and full-flavoured lager with subtle malty notes and fresh hop aromas with hints of Apricot and Peach. If you like to try new and interesting lagers, then Hop House 13 offers more character, flavour and taste.
Sharps - Offshore Pilsner
Pale & Refreshing
Offshore is a pale straw beer with a herbal lemon aroma. In the mouth the beer is crisp and light with clean fruit notes. The finish is brisk and refreshing leaving a dry citrus linger.