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      • Krombacher, Alcohol-Free, 330ml
      • Krombacher, Alcohol-Free, 330ml
        • £1.10
      • The non-alcoholic beer that persuades beer connoisseurs through its extremely tangy taste. For Krombacher non-alcoholic is a pilsener beer brewed with natural spring water in a special process developed only for Krombacher. It is to this brewing process as well as the cold, gentle fermentation and storage that our non-alcoholic beer owes its convincing taste so typical of beer. To be best enjoyed…
      • Heather Ale, Kelpie, 330ml
      • Heather Ale, Kelpie, 330ml
        • £1.25
      • At least four hundred years ago, the coastal & Island farmers of Scotland used seaweed beds to grow their cereal crops. This barley produced very interesting flavours in the ale and whiskey they produced. Including bladderwrack seaweed in the mash tun alo
      • Williams Bros, Impale IPA, 330ml
      • Williams Bros, Impale IPA, 330ml
        • £1.35
      • Golden Ale is a popular style of pub ale, drunk as refreshment whilst blethering to pals or singing along in the pub. With light, fresh hoppy aromas, a soft, malty texture and creamy finish, Session slips down like fresh Scottish air! Impale IPA delivers hoppy insurrection, through biting bitterness and huge tropical fruit aromas derived from the combination of Cascade, Simcoe, Nelson Sauvin & Cit…
      • Williams Bros, Profanity Stout, 330ml
      • Williams Bros, Profanity Stout, 330ml
        • £1.40
      • The first in our 'Chapeau' series, where we celebrate the talents of up & coming brewers, tweaking their recipes and making them available to a wider audience. Black in colour with full, floral, fruity aromas and a huge roasted malt character that gives way to a profanely dry hopped finish. It's Nelson Sauvin hops that deliver the bitter end.
      • Maeloc, Dry Cider, 330ml
      • Maeloc, Dry Cider, 330ml
        • £1.50
      • Brewed using the original process for ancient Celtic ciders. A different way to enjoy cider. cider lovers will find this to be a much more refreshing drink. People who have yet to discover dry cider will encounter a light, flavoursome drink, which is original and perfect for a variety of accassions on your way through life. TASTING NOTES: Color: orange ochre with salmon iridescence. Bouquet: balan…
      • Williams Bros, Ebulum, 330ml
      • Williams Bros, Ebulum, 330ml
        • £1.60
      • Elderberry ale has formed part of Celtic tradition since it was introduced by Welsh druids in the 9th century, where the ale was passed around the people of the village during the Autumn festival. Our recipe was taken from a 16th century record of domestic drinking in the Scottish Highlands and is brewed with roasted barley & chocolate malt, then infused with elderberries to deliver a dark, rich,…
      • Williams Bros, Caesar Augustus, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Caesar Augustus, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • This Lager /IPA hybrid is a revolution in refreshment and flavour. All the crisp clean notes of the finest lager but with the discrete bitter finish of a well-balanced IPA. It's not confused about what it wants' to be, it's just the best of both worlds.
      • Williams Bros, Red, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Red, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • Packed full of dark crystal malts this brew takes on a rich amber colour. A bouquet of caramel, amber malts and sweet berries give way to a palate of biscuit malts, woody & fruity hops that deliver a medium dry finish. This brew performs superbly cask conditioned as well as in bottle.
      • Williams Bros, Joker IPA, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Joker IPA, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • There's at least one in every pack and this is our very own agent of chaos. Created from a complex layer of malts and blended hops, this well balanced IPA delivers satisfaction every time. Golden in the glass, fruity on the nose with hints of cedar. Joker IPA is Bitter/Sweet, full of flavour and is sure to put a smile on your face.
      • Williams Bros, Ginger Alcoholic Ginger Beer, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Ginger Alcoholic Ginger Beer, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • This is a traditional alcoholic ginger beer with a distinctly adult taste. Brewed using malted barley and wheat, it has a recognisably beery flavour although it contains NO hops. We use loads of fresh root ginger, some lemons and a small amount of organic cane sugar along with the malts... and thats it.
      • Williams Bros, Good Times, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Good Times, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • If you could order them at the bar; why would you order anything else? This sparkling ale pours golden yellow with a refreshing botanical aroma. Cascade hops and gooseberries invigorate and revitalize the pallet.
      • Schofferhofer, Grapefruit Cans, 500ml
      • Schofferhofer, Grapefruit Cans, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • The world's first grapefruit wheat beer, a true 50/50 blend of Schofferhofer Hefeweizen with pure grapefruit juice. Zesty, tangy and incredibly refreshing on it's own, Schofferhofer Grapefruit is also quickly becoming one of the bartenders and mixologists best kept secret.
      • Williams Bros, Gold, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Gold, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • Exactly what it says on the label; golden in colour with a zesty, hoppy aroma and clean refreshing flavours. The light malts & fruity hop profile make this a simple and quaffable golden session ale.
      • Williams Bros, Seven Giraffes, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Seven Giraffes, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • A blend of 7 grains, 3 hop strains and a late infusion of elderflower & lemon: This aromatic IPA was named by Scott's daughter. It pours a deep gold with aroma's of elderflower and citrus hops, followed by sweet caramel. On the tongue the biscuity malts are perfectly balanced with the bitterness of the hops, freshness of the lemon & lingering floral elderflower aftertaste. An extraordinary brew.
      • Williams Bros, March of The Peguins, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, March of The Peguins, 500ml
        • £1.65
      • This creamy dark stout, deep chocolate in colour has a nose of roast malts, coffee, licourice & orange peel. The aromas carry on into the flavour with a smooth mouthfeel, rich malty start, fresh hoppy middle & a delicious lingering sweet orange after taste. Sure to get you marching again on those cold winter evenings.
      • Innis & Gunn, Lager, 500ml Cans
      • Innis & Gunn, Lager, 500ml Cans
        • £1.70
      • Overview Our Lager takes its inspiration from the German style of lager, Helles. Helles was first produced in Munich in the late 1800s as an alternative to the typical �dunkelbier� (�dark coloured beer�) produced in the area (�Helles� means �light-coloured� in German). Ours, like the first Helles beer that was brewed back in 1894, has a sweet, malty flavour balanced with a light aromatic hoppiness…
      • Heather Ale, Fraoch, 500ml
      • Heather Ale, Fraoch, 500ml
        • £1.75
      • The Original Craft Beer; brewed in Scotland since 2000 B.C. The Brotherhood have been guardians of the ancient Gaelic recipe for "Leann Fraoch" (Heather Ale) since 1988 & are proud to be the only brewery still producing this unique style of beer & distributing it world-wide. A light amber ale with floral-peaty aroma, full malt character, and a spicy herbal finish - This beer allows you to literall…
      • Williams Bros, Midnight Sun, 500ml
      • Williams Bros, Midnight Sun, 500ml
        • £1.75
      • Williams Midnight Sun is a black porter style beer, created from a blend of malted barley, oats, roasted barley and chocolate malt, balanced with a generous handful of hops and a wee bit of fresh root ginger. We really like it and hope you do too!
      • Harviestoun Brewery, Brookers Bitter & Twisted, 330ml Cans
      • Harviestoun Brewery, Brookers Bitter & Twisted, 330ml Cans
        • £1.75
      • This is not the beer that won Supreme Champion in 2003. Bottled with approximately 1/3rd less Carbon Dioxide than most beers. This results in a fresher more natural tasting beer. Combines Hallertau Hersbrcker with Challenger. Late hopped with Styrian Goldings, which gives a sharpness like the twist of a lemon.
      • Harviestoun Brewery, Schiehallion Lager, 330ml Cans
      • Harviestoun Brewery, Schiehallion Lager, 330ml Cans
        • £1.90
      • Brewed with lager malt and Hersbrcker and Challenger hops. Fermented with a lager yeast, but treated in every other way as a cask ale, save for a week or two of cool conditioning prior to release. Named after the misty mountain near Pitlochry. Has won numerous awards as a cask conditioned beer, including three times gold winner at the Great British Beer Festival.
      • Innis & Gunn, IPA, 330ml Cans
      • Innis & Gunn, IPA, 330ml Cans
        • £1.95
      • IPA can trace it's roots back to the 18th century when pale ales were shipped thousands of miles to India. Innis & Gunn IPA is brewed using a new extra pale malt which is uniquely kilned to develop more pronounced malty and biscuit flavours. The result is an easy-drinking, refreshing beer, very light in colour with bags of hop flavour, perfectly balanced by a sweet, malty finish.
      • Coopers, Pale, 375ml
      • Coopers, Pale, 375ml
        • £2.05
      • With its fruity and floral characters, balanced with a crisp bitterness, Coopers Pale Ale has a compelling flavour which is perfect for every occasion.Naturally fermented in the �Burton-upon-Trent� style, a secondary fermentation creates the trademark sediment that gives �Pale� its fine cloudy appearance. Easy drinking, refreshing and a reduced alcohol at 4.5%, it has less bitterness than many oth…
      • Innis & Gunn, Original Cans, 330ml
      • Innis & Gunn, Original Cans, 330ml
        • £2.10
      • This is our flagship beer, the one whose discovery led to the formation of the company back in 2003. Since then we've won a string of awards for Original, most recently a third consecutive Modern Monde Selection gold award. Like the world's great wine and whisky makers we strive for depth of flavour, complexity and mellowness in every beer we produce. Innis & Gunn Original typifies this approach.…
      • Brewgooder, Clean Water Lager, 330ml Cans
      • Brewgooder, Clean Water Lager, 330ml Cans
        • £2.15
      • Made with crystal malts and a completely unique blend of Sorachi Ace and Saaz hops that explode the possibilities of the traditional lager style. No other lager style tastes quite like ours, no other beer provides others with clean drinking water.
      • Coopers, Sparkling Ale, 375ml
      • Coopers, Sparkling Ale, 375ml
        • £2.15
      • With its famous cloudy sediment and its distinctive balance of malt, hops and fruity characters, the old �Red Label� is a tasty slice of Coopers history. Little has changed since Thomas Cooper produced his first batch of Coopers Sparkling Ale in 1862. It is still brewed naturally using the century old top fermentation method. At 5.8% for the discerning palate, it has a robust flavor of malt, hops…
      • Magic Rock, High Wire Grapefruit Cans, 330ml
      • Magic Rock, High Wire Grapefruit Cans, 330ml
        • £2.30
      • "High Wire (with 100% natural grapefruit flavour) is our tribute to the Pale Ales of the West Coast of America, beers unapologetically hop forward in character. Let your taste buds walk this test of balance. Mango, Lychee and lip-smacking grapefruit flavours harmonise against a smoothly composed malt base, which develops into a crisply bitter finish. Are you ready for our tightrope of taste�?"
      • Magic Rock, High Wire Cans, 330ml
      • Magic Rock, High Wire Cans, 330ml
        • £2.35
      • An IPA in the true tradition, high in alcohol and massively hopped - cack the cap and let the flavour explode on your palate. Tropically fruity, resinous hops compete against a sweet malty backbone, while a rasping bitterness builds to a mouth puckering crescendo. This hop bomb might just blow you away�
      • Hawkes, Urban Orchard Cider, 330ml
      • Hawkes, Urban Orchard Cider, 330ml
        • £2.35
      • Crafted using champagne yeast with traditional culinary and handpicked urban apples, this London blend is inspired by the apple varieties once grown, picked and sold on the streets of Victorian London by the apple selling Hawker knows as �the Coster-monger� (apple-seller). The end result is a beautiful medium dry cider, smooth and harmonious in body, complex and rich in texture with a crisp wine-l…
      • Brooklyn, Lager Cans, 355ml
      • Brooklyn, Lager Cans, 355ml
        • £2.40
      • The aroma is malty and sweet. When poured, releasing a nice orangy copper lager with a big white long lasting head and lots of lacing. The taste is more like an IPA than a lager which is clean, crisp and refreshing.
      • Beavertown, Neck Oil Cans, 330ml
      • Beavertown, Neck Oil Cans, 330ml
        • £2.40
      • Beavertown�s Session IPA Neck Oil pack a huge amount of flavour into a light, refreshing beer. It is crammed full of hops that are added a different times during the brew to bring out their individual flavours while reducing the bitterness. It starts out very dry to taste that is then quickly overtaken by the floral fruity notes of the hops before a dry, hoppy full-flavoured finish that makes a mo…
      • Brooklyn Scorcher Cans 355ml
      • Brooklyn Scorcher Cans 355ml
        • £2.45
      • Brooklyn Scorcher IPA is a surprisingly sessionable IPA. A floral, piney aroma strikes first, followed by a burst of mouthwatering bitterness as the hops begin their attack. Suddenly, a hint of toasty malt and a clean, lively finish burst in to leave you thirsty for more. It�s ludicrously tasty, and at a reasonable 4.5%, it�s a beer you can come back to again and again.
      • Tiny Rebel, Clwb Tropicana Cans, 330ml
      • Tiny Rebel, Clwb Tropicana Cans, 330ml
        • £2.50
      • This grown up fruit salad is as colourful as the most hideous Hawaiian shirt you�ve ever seen. It�s super juicy and crammed full of fruity hop flavours that will have your mouth watering. Imagine sitting by the pool in the blazing sun with a cocktail in one hand, but instead of a dainty little glass it�s served by the pint! Packed full of American hops, amplified by Peach, Passionfruit, Pineapple…
      • Stone Brewing, Go To IPA, 330ml Cans
      • Stone Brewing, Go To IPA, 330ml Cans
        • £2.55
      • For Stone Go To IPA, we embrace our hop obsession by using hop bursting, a technique wherein an irrational amount of hops is added during the final brewing phase to bring out vibrantly hoppy flavours and aromas while also imparting a burst of desirably mellow bitterness. The result is a session IPA that delivers all the fruity, piney character of a much bigger beer.
      • Beavertown, Gamma Ray Cans, 330ml
      • Beavertown, Gamma Ray Cans, 330ml
        • £2.60
      • A genre-defining American pale ale that�s made in London! Beavertown�s signature beer is all about the hops, and from the moment you crack the beer open you can smell them. Fruity, zesty and floral, every kind of hop aroma is there, dominated by the tropical fruit and citrus. The sweet malt background is light enough to let those massive hops shine throughout the beer, especially in the finish whe…
      • Beavertown, Smog Rocket Cans, 330ml
      • Beavertown, Smog Rocket Cans, 330ml
        • £2.60
      • Inspired by smoke stacks and steam engines of Mordor/ The Black Country. A nod back to the smokey Porters and Stouts of the Industrial Revolution, invented in Shoreditch. One of the first recipes that made it from our 23 litre home brew kit.
      • Harviestoun Brewery, Old Engine Oil, 330m Cansl
      • Harviestoun Brewery, Old Engine Oil, 330m Cansl
        • £2.65
      • Deep Ellum, body is black with a tall tan head. Smells of charcoal dust and smoke with notes of bitter cocoa powder. Really dry and light on the palate with almost no alcohol presence. Flavours or smoke and tobacco dominate with a good strong dry malty notes lurking in the background. Really balance flavours without too many bells and whistles. Quite nice.
      • Magic Rock, Fantasma Cans, 330ml
      • Magic Rock, Fantasma Cans, 330ml
        • £2.70
      • A dank and juicy IPA using Golden Promise, wheat and Cara Munich malts in the mash for a sweetly smooth body. For the hops we judiciously bittered with Magnum in the kettle followed by Citra T90 in both the whirlpool and in dry-hopping. The aroma/flavour is fruit-filled, dank and resinous, with plenty of tropical mango giving a moreish drinkability. Fermented with our house American ale yeast (WLP…
      • Swannay Brewery, VOE, 330ml Cans
      • Swannay Brewery, VOE, 330ml Cans
        • £2.70
      • Brewing started in 2006 in a rustic farmstead. Founder and head brewer Rob Hill still focuses on his time-tested, classic styles with modern edges. With over 100 national and international awards in just under 10 years, Swannay is probably the most decorated modern Scottish brewery.
      • Anchor Brewery, Liberty Ale,355ml
      • Anchor Brewery, Liberty Ale,355ml
        • £2.70
      • A special top-fermenting ale yeast is used during fermentation and is responsible for many of Liberty Ales subtle flavours and characteristics. Carbonation is produced by an entirely natural process called bunging, which produces champagne-like bubbles. Dry-hopping (adding fresh hops to the brew during aging), imparts a unique aroma to the ale. It is a process rarely used in the USA today.
      • Thistly Cross Cider, Traditional, 500ml
      • Thistly Cross Cider, Traditional, 500ml
        • £2.75
      • Satisfying Session Cider has the same smooth flavour as the Original but with a lower ABV. A good full body with a refreshing sparkling mouthfeel. Fruity & aromatic, golden in the glass, with a clean apple finish. A perfect session cide
      • Lowenbrau, Original, 500ml
      • Lowenbrau, Original, 500ml
        • £2.75
      • L�wenbr�u translates to 'lions brew' and is brewed under German Purity Law. This all natural beer is fully balanced with dry but crisp, bitter undertones. Clean, smooth and perfectly structured.
      • Timmermans, Kriek, 330ml
      • Timmermans, Kriek, 330ml
        • £2.80
      • Timmermans Kriek is brewed by adding natural juice to lambic beer, a blend that is then fermented in oak barrels. After which it is bottled. Timmermans Kriek blends its famed lambic with this sweetness for a beer that can quench any thirst. Its natural freshness will make you blush for joy.
      • Fyne Ales, Avalanche, 500ml
      • Fyne Ales, Avalanche, 500ml
        • £2.80
      • This true golden ale starts with stunning citrus hops on the nose. Well balanced with good body and fruit balancing a refreshing hoppy taste, it finished with a long bittersweet aftertaste. Worlds Best Blonde / Golden Ale - Worls Beer Awards 2008 Silver Medal - International Beer Challenge 2010
      • Timmermans, Framboise, 330ml
      • Timmermans, Framboise, 330ml
        • £2.80
      • Timmermans Framboise is made by adding 100% natural raspberry flavouring to lambic. After a period of maturation in oak barrels, the beer turns a delicate shade of pink that is sure to delight you. Framboise Timmermans is a beer to be sampled with finesse and elegance.
      • Timmermans, Strawberry, 330ml
      • Timmermans, Strawberry, 330ml
        • £2.80
      • For anyone who finds strawberries irresistible, Timmermans Strawberry evokes the fragrance of long sunny days. Its strawberry flavour will have you wrinkling your nose in delight with each sip. Its luminous colour and its fruity freshness are a treat for taste-buds and eyes alike. A totally juicy experience.
      • Timmermans Peche, 330ml
      • Timmermans Peche, 330ml
        • £2.80
      • Timmermans P�che is made by adding 100% natural peach flavouring to lambic fermenting in oak barrels. This beer�s characteristic aroma is very pleasant on the nose, and it has a velvety flavour and a creamy foam. Timmermans P�che is a fruity drink, very easy on the palate, to be drunk with a smile on one�s lips.
      • Fyne Ales, Hurricane Jack, 500ml
      • Fyne Ales, Hurricane Jack, 500ml
        • £2.80
      • This golden ale has a smooth start that leads to deep, dry citrus flavours which mellow to a lingering citrus, bitter finish. New in bottle for 2011 Winner of Glasgow CAMRA Beer of the Year 2010 and silver medal winner at Peterborough.
      • Orval, 330ml
      • Orval, 330ml
        • £2.80
      • The only beer brewed by the Trappist order at Orval, but a classic. Deep orangey colour, earthy, hoppy nose with hints of citrus and spice, rich, slightly peppery palate, and a long, drying finish
      • Thistly Cross Cider, Sparkling, 500ml
      • Thistly Cross Cider, Sparkling, 500ml
        • £2.85
      • 7.2% Farmhouse Cider is smooth, refreshing and Thistly Cross� first born. It�s a classic, farmhouse cider made with a blend of Scottish apples. The 6 month maturation makes it refreshing, smooth & fruity.
      • Magic Rock, Cannonball Cans, 330ml
      • Magic Rock, Cannonball Cans, 330ml
        • £2.85
      • Cannonball is an India Pale Ale in the true tradition, high in alcohol and massively hopped to survive a long sea voyage. We don�t want you to wait though, take a swig and let the flavour explode on your palate. Tropically fruity, resinous hops compete against a sweet malty backbone, while a rasping bitterness builds to a mouth puckering crescendo. Our hop bomb will blow you out of the water.
      • Beavertown, Holy Cowbell, 300ml  Cans
      • Beavertown, Holy Cowbell, 300ml Cans
        • £2.85
      • "The Bollywood of beers. We wanted to build a recipe which really pushed the love affair between dark malts and hops. So we designed the brew around allowing the hops to sing on top of a dark malt bomb. We aimed to brew an almost dark chocolate-like base beer and then piled on with the tropics of summit and centennial hops, lifting the waves of smooth chocolate off the tongue."
      • Brooklyn, East India Pale Ale, Cans 355ml
      • Brooklyn, East India Pale Ale, Cans 355ml
        • £2.85
      • Plenty of IPAs will promise you the moon and the stars, looking to seduce you with words of smashing bitterness and hops everlasting. Actually, we're not here to "blow you away with a lupulin cannon," or "peel the enamel off your teeth." East IPA is a clean, drinkable IPA that's packed with flavor and offers a bold balance, not a smack in the head. American hops soar in the bright piney aroma, whi…
      • Stone Brewing, IPA Cans 330ml
      • Stone Brewing, IPA Cans 330ml
        • £2.85
      • This is the IPA that initiated our reputation for hops and exposed a budding world of�craft beer enthusiasts to our unique brewing style. Distinguished by bright, hop-driven flavours, this is the IPA that launched generations of hop fanatics in the U.S. We now present our hoppy standard-bearer to those in Europe eager to worship at the altar of the almighty hop.
      • Beavertown, 8 Ball Cans, 330ml
      • Beavertown, 8 Ball Cans, 330ml
        • £2.85
      • Originally brewed underneath Duke�s Brew & Que in Hackney, London, this beer was specially designed to match with the restaurant�s barbecue ribs. It has a big tropical hop profile that cuts through the fattiness, but also uses rye in the malt to add a tang and aroma to the beer that helps it stand out. This rye IPA is one of the best being made in the UK at the moment.
      • Beavertown, Lupuloid Cans, 330m
      • Beavertown, Lupuloid Cans, 330m
        • £2.85
      • "Introducing the newest addition to our meticulous lineup of core range offerings, LUPULOID IPA, a 6.7% India Pale Ale. It's our first straight up IPA, no funny business, just malt, yeast, water and hops. Lots of hops."
      • Einstok, White Ale Cans, 330ml
      • Einstok, White Ale Cans, 330ml
        • £2.85
      • Einst�k Icelandic White Ale is brewed in the centuries-old Belgian tradition, and features the complex flavours of the classic witbier, including orange peel and coriander � all brewed with pure Icelandic water that delivers a cool smoothness that is flavourful and refreshingly drinkable
      • Spaten, Muinch Hell, 500ml
      • Spaten, Muinch Hell, 500ml
        • £2.90
      • Sold as M�nchner Hell in Germany, M�nchen in the UK and Premium in North America. This beer is our speciality. In 1894 Spaten became the first brewery in Munich to produce this brand of light lager. Golden in color with a well-balanced hop-flavor. The full rounded body is a superb balance between hops and a malty sweetness.
      • Einstök, Pale Ale Cans, 330ml
      • Einstök, Pale Ale Cans, 330ml
        • £2.95
      • Einst�k Icelandic Pale Ale is the best of American and Bavarian craft beer traditions joined together with the finest Icelandic water to create this Viking version of the Pale Ale, where robust hoppiness meets smooth malty undertones. Cascade hops give it the American character, while Northern Brewer hops add just enough bitterness to make this ale refreshingly Icelandic.
      • Chimay, Red, 330ml
      • Chimay, Red, 330ml
        • £3.00
      • Chimays standard house ale, but dont be fooled, this is far from ordinary. A wonderful coppery ale, with hints of redcurrant fruit and a soft malty palate, and hints of hop dryness in the finish.
      • Beavertown, Black Betty Cans 330ml
      • Beavertown, Black Betty Cans 330ml
        • £3.10
      • "So it�s a contradiction in terms. A Black India Pale Ale?! The concept we came up with revolved around the old chewy sweets �Black Jacks & Fruit Salads�. We wanted to take a big, fat IPA and lace it with under- tones of slight roast and aniseed and blend with the huge tropical aromas of Pacific West coast hops. We gained the hint of roast by using Carafa malts from Germany. They give us the dark…
      • Augustiner, Weissbier, 500ml
      • Augustiner, Weissbier, 500ml
        • £3.15
      • An amber coloured wheat beer, brewed according to traditional and well-tried procedures as well as with thorough selected raw materials. This beer receives its easy digestibleness and its delicate spicy taste from its fermentation, up to full maturity, in bottles and its careful storage within Augustiners own ripening vaults.
      • Swannay Brewery, Old Norway, 330ml
      • Swannay Brewery, Old Norway, 330ml
        • £3.20
      • This barley wine is reddish gold in colour, the name a nod to the island�s Viking heritage. The British malt base provides a rich sweetness, balanced out by the American hops for a fruit-cake like aroma and luscious flavour. It�s a heady combination and a boozy hit reminiscent of the wildness of the sea that surrounds the Orkney Isles.
      • Colonsay Brewery, 80/-, 500ml
      • Colonsay Brewery, 80/-, 500ml
        • £3.25
      • This classic Scots ale is as dark and brooding as the storms which sweep across our remote Atlantic outcrop. Some detect a savoury note � perhaps from the peat in our water or the sea salt in the air � but our dark roasted barley, chocolate malt character is unmistakable, making this a dark beer to rival them all.
      • La Trappe, Blond, 330ml
      • La Trappe, Blond, 330ml
        • £3.25
      • This delightful golden ale boasts a rich, fruity and fresh aroma. With a light malty and sweet taste, it has a soft bitterness with a delicate aftertaste. A well balanced blend of complexity and simplicity, La Trappe Blond continues to ferment in the bottle.
      • Beerbliotek, Bobek Citra Cans, 330ml
      • Beerbliotek, Bobek Citra Cans, 330ml
        • £3.30
      • For this Pale Ale we use Styrian Bobek Hops from Slovenia and Citra Hops from the US. This combines the gentle citrus tones of European noble hops with the more in your face aromas of US high alpha Hops.
      • Swannay Brewery, Pale Ale, 500ml
      • Swannay Brewery, Pale Ale, 500ml
        • £3.35
      • We brew our beer next to cliffs battered by the Atlantic Ocean - the sea is a constant in Orkney�s way of life. This beer is a respectful Orcadian nod to the pale ales of America�s West Coast. Crystal malt gives the beer sweet body and US hops provide plenty of punchy, citrus flavours.
      • Swannay Brewery, IPA, 500ml
      • Swannay Brewery, IPA, 500ml
        • £3.35
      • This UK style IPA comes from Swannay Brewery, craft brewers from Orkney in Scotland. This craft IPA is like those that would have arrived in the colonies back in the day. Heavily hopped but matured from their time at sea on the boat, the way the ingredients still make their way to the Highland brewery today.
      • Kwak, 330ml
      • Kwak, 330ml
        • £3.40
      • Fabulous coppery Belgian ale, hints of liquorice and leather on the nose, a full, slightly sweet palate and a long sotly spicy finish.
      • Hacker Pschor, Weisse, 500ml
      • Hacker Pschor, Weisse, 500ml
        • £3.40
      • Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest is a gold colored typical Bavarian specialty beer for the Oktoberfest, medium fermentation, malty aroma in taste, with a good strong bitter side to its character. A classic Bavarian Mrzen style.
      • Augustiner, Edelstoff, 500ml
      • Augustiner, Edelstoff, 500ml
        • £3.45
      • A bright export beer, sparkling and fresh at the same time, brewed with noblest raw materials. This high-class product of the Old Bavarian brewing art. A great treat for every beer expert. Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops.
      • Beavertown, Dame Melba Phantom Cans, 330ml
      • Beavertown, Dame Melba Phantom Cans, 330ml
        • £3.50
      • As ballsy and blunt as an Australian Sheila yet as delicate and finessed as an Escoffier dessert, Dame Melba breezes in with stacks of tart fruit, juicy peach and sharp Scottish raspberry, beguiling and bludgeoning your taste buds all at the same time.
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