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Draught Beers

The world’s first golden beer was brewed on 5th October 1842 and when first sampled, five weeks later, it was found to be fresh, clear and refreshing with a hint of caramel sweetness and a fragrant, balanced hop bitterness. And it still is.

Brewed with Fresh Oysters that are shucked right into The Conditioning Tank, Oyster is lighter in taste and colour than many stouts; but still packs a punch in terms of flavour. A perfect pairing to seafood, the gentle roast flavour and aromatic character of the East Kent goldings makes this a particular favourite.

RingMaster pale ale is described as 'the beer you'll want to drink every day'. Pale in colour but unlike other pale ales lacking nothing in the flavour stakes with a floral/grassy aroma and lip smacking citrus flavours.

Brewed in Huddersfield, High Wire is Magic Rock's tribute to the Pale Ales of the West Coast of America. It's unapologetically hoppy, with fruity mango and lip-smacking grapefruit flavours that develop into a crisply bitter finish.

Highly recommended as an accompaniment to spicy food, Harviestoun Schiehallion, is a premium lager from Alva, in Central Scotland which, as any fool knows, is the naturalised home of lager, lager, lager.

Since its début as a seasonal brew in 1999, Tribute has become officially the South West's favourite beer, voted Best Regional Cask Ale for three years in succession. Now this classic, bronze-coloured English bitter comes to the Smoke!

A quintessentially English beer, with its rich aroma and a long, deep, bitter-sweet finish, Gem is brewed with skill and passion using Maris Otter barley and Goldings hops from Kent. It won a Gold Medal in the 2014 International Beer Challenge.

Britain's oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, makes Sam Adams - the game-changing US craft beer invented in 1984 by sixth generation brewer, Jim Koch - to its original recipe, combining the flavour of ale with the smoothness of lager.

Brewed since the 1950s, with its well-rounded flavour and rich history, marked by the beat of Cockney feet, London Pride has been handed down to us. London Pride means our own dear town to us and our pride it forever will be.

Sweet, but not too sweet; incredibly refreshing and deceptively strong, Bee Sting is a lightly sparkling perry that has cult status among its West Country devotees who love its wonderful aroma of pears and subtle fruity flavours.

Bottled Beers

Alhambra – Alhambra Reserva 1925

Alhambra Reserva 1925

Alhambra
6.40%

RECOMENDADOS!

St Austell Brewery – St. Austell Korev Cornish

St. Austell Korev Cornish

St Austell Brewery
4.80%

St. Austell's lager

Hepworth Brewery  – Hiver Beer

Hiver Beer

Hepworth Brewery
5.00%

Honeyed

Zatecky Pivova, zatec – Celia Organic

Celia Organic

Zatecky Pivova, zatec
4.50%

Vegan & gluten free

Augustiner-Bräu – Augustiner Bräu Munchen

Augustiner Bräu Munchen

Augustiner-Bräu
5.20%

München Helles purity

Lefebvre, Quenast, Belgium – Lefebvre Blanche De Bruxelles

Lefebvre Blanche De Bruxelles

Lefebvre, Quenast, Belgium
4.50%

Opalescent, Manneken Pisq

Lefebvre, Quenast, Belgium – Verhaeghe Duchesse de Bourgogne

Verhaeghe Duchesse de Bourgogne

Lefebvre, Quenast, Belgium
6.20%

Sweet and fruity

Brouwerij Van Steenberge – St Stefanus

St Stefanus

Brouwerij Van Steenberge
7.00%

Belgian Abbey craft beer, brewed to mature in bottle

Erdinger Weissbrau – Erdinger Dunkel

Erdinger Dunkel

Erdinger Weissbrau
5.30%

Rich & full-bodied, dark specialty wheat beer

Viking Olgerd – Einstok White Ale

Einstok White Ale

Viking Olgerd
5.20%

Zesty Arctic witbier

Brouwerij van Honsebrouck – Bacchus Raspberry

Bacchus Raspberry

Brouwerij van Honsebrouck
5.00%

Frambozenbier

Craigies Irish Cider – Cornish Orchards Gold

Cornish Orchards Gold

Craigies Irish Cider
5.00%

Immensely refreshing with a light, Champagne sparkle

Aspall Cider  – Aspall Harry Sparrow

Aspall Harry Sparrow

Aspall Cider
4.60%

Named for a Suffolk craft cider master

Kona Brewing – Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale

Kona Fire Rock Pale Ale

Kona Brewing
6.00%

Hawaiian-style smooth pale ale

Viking Olgerd – Einstok Pale Ale

Einstok Pale Ale

Viking Olgerd
5.60%

Viking IPA

Flying Dog Brewery – Flying Dog Pale Ale

Flying Dog Pale Ale

Flying Dog Brewery
5.50%

Leader of the pack

Kona Brewing  – Kona Big Wave, Golden Ale

Kona Big Wave, Golden Ale

Kona Brewing
4.40%

Easy-going 'n' fun!

St Peter's Brewery – St Peter's Golden Ale

St Peter's Golden Ale

St Peter's Brewery
4.70%

Cloudy golden, light body, bitter finish

St Peter's Brewery – St Peter's IPA

St Peter's IPA

St Peter's Brewery
5.50%

Light orange colour, toasty, grainy malts

Bath Brewery – Bath Ales Dark Side

Bath Ales Dark Side

Bath Brewery
4.00%

Chocolate light aroma,slight roasted malt

St peter's Brewery  – St Peter's Old-Style Porter

St Peter's Old-Style Porter

St peter's Brewery
5.10%

Aroma of malts, dark fruits, berries, coffee

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