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Abbeydale Moonshine 4.3 South Yorkshire premium
Bath Ales SPA 3.7 Bristol session
This brew uses pale lager malt which gives it the wonderful golden hue. This is complimented by using a dwarf variety hop which imparts a prominent citrus aroma. It is dry without harshness, crisp and full flavoured, a really satisfying bitter.
Bazans Flatbac 4.3 Greater Manchester best
Blackawton West Country Gold 4.1 Cornwall best
Blindmans Eclipse Porter 4.2 porter
Bradfield Farmers Blonde 4.0 South Yorkshire best
Brakspear Bee Sting 4.7 Oxfordshire premium
Bridge Of Allan Stirling Brig 4.1 Stirling and Falkirk best
Clarke’s Classic Blonde 3.9 West Yorkshire session
Copper Dragon Black Gold 3.7 North Yorkshire mild
A recipe recreated from restored brewing records from the 1800s. The use of traditional coloured and roasted malts gives a unique rich and luscious flavour.
Crouch Vale Brewers Gold 4.0 Essex best
Dark Star Hop Head 3.8 West Sussex session
Dent Rambrau Lager 4.5 Cumbria speciality
Dorset Jurassic 4.7 Dorset premium
E&S; Elland Lock Keeper 3.9 session
Elgood’s Pageant Ale 4.3 Cambridgeshire best
Exe Valley Barrons’ Hopsit 4.1 Devon best
Exe Valley Barrons’ Hopsit 4.1 Devon best
Frog Island Best Bitter 3.8 Northamptonshire session
Frog Island Shoemaker 4.2 Northamptonshire best
Garton Old Buffer 4.5 East Yorkshire mild
Hadrian & Border Legion Ale 4.2 Tyne and Wear best
Hampshire T’Ale of the Dragon 4.2 Hampshire best
Hanby Draw Well 3.9 Shropshire session
Hidden Quest 4.2 Wiltshire mild
Highgate Foxs Nob 4.4 West Midlands premium
Highwood Tom Wood's Best Bitter 3.5 Lincolnshire session
This easy to drink bitter has a fresh, dry hoppy flavour combined with a fruity after taste and a heady aroma.
Hook Norton First Light 4.3 Oxfordshire best
Hook Norton Hooky Dark 3.2 Oxfordshire mild
Houston Peters Well 4.2 Renfrewshire best
Jarrow Rivet Catcher 4.0 Tyne and Wear best
Loddon Flight of Fancy 4.2 Oxfordshire speciality
Wheat Beer
Loddon Hoppit 3.5 Oxfordshire session
Milestone Crusader 4.2 Nottinghamshire speciality
Blonde Belguim style beer
Moles Landlord’s Choice 4.5 Wiltshire porter
Moor Old Freddy Walker 7.3 Somerset strong
Mordue IPA 5.1 Tyne and Wear premium
Nethergate Umbel Magna 5.0 Essex porter
Nobby’s Alexandra’s Best 4.0 Northamptonshire best
Nobby’s Wild West 4.6 Northamptonshire premium
North Cotswold Isambard Kingdom Brown Ale 4.0 Warwickshire best
North Cotswold Stour Stout 5.0 Warwickshire stout
Oakham White Dwarf 4.3 Cambridgeshire speciality
Wheat Beer
Osset Silver King 4.3 West Yorkshire speciality
lager-style beer
Phoenix Arizona 4.1 Greater Manchester best
Pictish Alchemists Ale 4.3 Greater Manchester best
Pot Belly Aisling 4.0 Northamptonshire best
Pot Belly Beijing Black 4.4 Northamptonshire mild
Purity Pure Gold 3.8 Warwickshire session
Purity Pure UBU 4.5 Warwickshire premium
RCH Double Header 5.3 Somerset strong
Salamander Mudpuppy 4.2 West Yorkshire best
Sarah Hughes Dark Ruby Mild 6.0 West Midlands strong
Shakespear Noble Fool 3.6 Warwickshire session
Shakespeare's Noble Fool 3.6 Warwickshire session
Skinners Helegan Honey 4.0 Cornwall best
Titanic Nautical Mild 4.8 Staffordshire mild
Tom Wood Best Bitter 3.5 Lincolnshire session
Tower Spring Equinox 4.6 Staffordshire premium
Vale Black Beauty 4.3 Buckinghamshire porter
Vale Notley Ale 3.3 Buckinghamshire session
Warwickshire Lady Godiva 4.2 Warwickshire best
White Horse Flibberttigibbet 4.3 Oxfordshire best
White Star Dark Destroyer 4.7 Hampshire mild
Wild’s WIld Blonde 4.5 Herefordshire premium
Windrush Windrush Ale 4.3 Oxfordshire best
Wizard Bah Humbug 5.8 Warwickshire strong
Wizard White Witch 4.5 Warwickshire premium
Wood Quaff 3.7 Shropshire session
The most recent arrival of all the Wood's year-round beers. Brewed for those who enjoy a great pint that is not too strong. A pale and refreshing light bitter with a clean, hoppy finish.
Wychwood Dirty Tackle 4.4 Oxfordshire session
Wylam Bohemia 4.6 Northumberland premium
York Gannet Ale 3.7 North Yorkshire session
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The pub opens this Friday, 24th March
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