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Saviour 5.5%

American Style IPA

This powerful, pumped-up IPA is brewed using lager malts and hops from the American West Coast, and is as invigorating as a Beach Boys tune. Savour the flavour of a Saviour!

 

tasting notes

Saviour 5.5%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5

Colour of beer

Rebel 500ml Bottles 4.7%

Hoppy Citra Pale

Subverting your tastebuds’ expectations by setting the juice loose, Rebel is a luscious, medium bodied ale that cranks up the fruitiness, with traces of mango, citrus and grapefruit

Available to purchase as individual bottles, in packs of 8 or in our gift pack (contains 3 x 500ml bottles)

Get in touch here or pop in the Brewery Tap, Trent Navigation to purchase yours.

 

tasting notes

Rebel 500ml Bottles 4.7%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5

Colour of beer

New Dawn 3.9%

Light, Clean Pale Ale

A dazzling pale ale, light and hoppy like an albino bunny, New Dawn is easy on the eye, the nose and the palate, with a distinctive fruity aroma and a clean, sharp finish.

 

tasting notes

New Dawn 3.9%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 4 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5

Colour of beer

Patriot 3.8%

Traditional British Bitter

This dependable, sturdy session ale is a well balanced British bitter - mellow, malty and rather moreish. If you’re after a traditional, reliable pint, look no further.

 

tasting notes

Patriot 3.8%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Malyness icon - 4 out of 5

Colour of beer

Saviour 500ml Bottles 5.5%

American Style IPA

This powerful, pumped-up IPA is brewed using lager malts and hops from the American West Coast, and is as invigorating as a Beach Boys tune. Savour the flavour of a Saviour!

Available to purchase as individual bottles, in packs of 8 or in our gift pack (contains 3 x 500ml bottles)

Get in touch here or pop in the Brewery Tap, Trent Navigation to purchase yours.

tasting notes

Saviour 500ml Bottles 5.5%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5

Colour of beer

Rebel 4.2%

Hoppy Citra Pale

Subverting your tastebuds’ expectations by setting the juice loose, Rebel is a luscious, medium bodied ale that cranks up the fruitiness, with traces of mango, citrus and grapefruit.

 

tasting notes

Rebel 4.2%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5

Colour of beer

Splendor 4.3%

Refreshing Golden Ale

A succulent, satisfying golden ale, Splendor is refreshing and thirst quenching whatever the season, with a lingering aftertaste so biscuity you’d think it would leave crumbs.

 

tasting notes

Splendor 4.3%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Malyness icon - 4 out of 5

Colour of beer

Black IPA 500ml Bottles 4.8%

 

Brewed with Citra Hops - Dark and HoppyWith a nod to the darker side of the American dream, this balanced blend of yank hops offers one heck of a bang for your buck. Combining Washington State’s Simcoe and Citra hops with Cascade hops from Oregon gives the Black IPA an upfront sweetness with a bitter finish. Part of the American invasion of craft beer from the states, Black IPA harks back to a simpler time, when the west was wild and untamed - and its Presidents weren’t.

Available to purchase as individual bottles, in packs of 8 or in our gift pack (contains 3 x 500ml bottles)

Get in touch here or pop in the Brewery Tap, Trent Navigation to purchase yours.

 

tasting notes

Black IPA 500ml Bottles 4.8%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5

Colour of beer

Seasonal

JANUARY: Nippon Ale 4.2%

Brewed with Sorachi Ace Hops and Rice

A yeasty beast from the Far East, made using rice-brewing methods championed by Japanese lager producers and hops hot from Hokkaido. The Sorachi Ace hop is so called because it’s from the Sorachi region of the north island and because it’s flippin’ ace. Pretty self-explanatory really. This is a zesty beer with a crisp, lip-smacking finish, which can be enjoyed with or without sushi, superior technology or strange comic books.

 

 

tasting notes

JANUARY: Nippon Ale 4.2%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 4 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5

Colour of beer

FEBRUARY: Hibiscus Red 3.8%

Brewed with Hibiscus Flowers for a Distinct Red Colour

Roses are red (the red ones anyway) and so is the rose mallow, or hibiscus flower, native to the South Pacific.Used for centuries in the making of paper, medicine, Hawaiian headgear and a tangy type of tea, our boffins thought they’d try brewing with it, resulting in this delicious pint. A bold, blushing beer, big on flavour and able to brighten up even the darkest drinking hole with its ruby hue.

tasting notes

FEBRUARY: Hibiscus Red 3.8%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5

Colour of beer

MARCH: Teutonic Peach 4.1%

German Peach Wheat Beer

Did you know the German word for peach is pfirshich? That’s quite a mouthful, as is this refreshing, delicate wheat beer. Subtle enough on the fruit-factor to not be off-putting after half a pint (you know the type of beers we mean!) this fizz-and-fuzz-free pint is simply wunderbar. It’s a proper thirst-quencher with echoes of the legendary Berliner Weisse, which translates as “white doughnut”.

tasting notes

MARCH: Teutonic Peach 4.1%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 1 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 5 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5

Colour of beer

APRIL: KEA IPA 5.2%

New Zealand Pacific Gem and Nelson Sauvin Hops

A beautiful bird (with lovely plumage) from the mountains of New Zealand, the kea has been hunted to near extinction. We thought we’d name this IPA, with its undercurrents of pine and berries, after the kea to show support, before it becomes an ex-parrot. Brewed with Nelson Sauvin hops, which give it a fruity hint of Sauvignon Blanc, we hope this IPA makes the kea as famous as those other antipodean birds, the emu, the kiwi and the Kylie.

tasting notes

APRIL: KEA IPA 5.2%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 4 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5 Malyness icon - 2 out of 5

Colour of beer

MAY: Black IPA 4.8%

Brewed with Citra Hops - Dark and Hoppy

With a nod to the darker side of the American dream, this balanced blend of yank hops offers one heck of a bang for your buck. Combining Washington State’s Simcoe and Citra hops with Cascade hops from Oregon gives the Black IPA an upfront sweetness with a bitter finish. Part of the American invasion of craft beer from the states, Black IPA harks back to a simpler time, when the west was wild and untamed - and its Presidents weren’t.

tasting notes

MAY: Black IPA 4.8%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 4 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5

Colour of beer

JUNE: Blonde 5%

Brewed with Belgium Yeast, Saaz and Hersbrucker Hops

The Belgians love their beer even more than their bureaucracy, and as a salute to these brewing champs we’ve created this beautiful, bounteous Belgian Blonde. Beginning the brewing with the fruity Abbey yeast, used in many classic Belgian beers, we then added the aromatic Saaz and Hersbrucker hops for a delicate, citrusy hue. You should even be able to detect a hint of banana in there – whether they’re bendy or straight, we couldn’t possibly comment!

tasting notes

JUNE: Blonde 5%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5

Colour of beer

JULY: Citratus Ale 3.9%

Brewed With Lemongrass and Ginger

Summer in these isles can be all too brief, so while the heat is on we’ve prepared the sumptuous Cistratus, which gets its name from the lemongrass commonly found in Southeast Asia. The totally tropical taste of this full bodied summer ale is bolstered by a dash of ginger, resulting in a refreshingly crisp and subtly spicy brew. So abandon the shade, enjoy the short-lived sunshine with a glass of this, and imagine you're on a beach somewhere in Thailand - Phuket, why not? 

tasting notes

JULY: Citratus Ale 3.9%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 3 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Malyness icon - 4 out of 5

Colour of beer

AUGUST: Sour Diesel 4.4

Fresh Grapefruit Session IPA

We’ve named this hoppy IPA the Sour Diesel for its hints of grapefruit and because it will fuel a great night out, though we wouldn’t recommend you put it in your car. The product of accidental genetic engineering, the grapefruit first appeared in Barbados in 1750 after someone allowed a sweet orange and a pomelo to get frisky. Skip ahead a quarter of a millennium and we’ve taken this bitter breakfast staple and added it to citra hops to make a pale, zesty ale to be enjoyed as summer winds down.

tasting notes

AUGUST: Sour Diesel 4.4

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon- 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 0 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 0 out of 5

Maltyness Malyness icon - 0 out of 5 Malyness icon - 0 out of 5 Malyness icon - 0 out of 5 Malyness icon - 0 out of 5 Malyness icon - 0 out of 5

OCTOBER: Spiced Pumpkin Ale 4.3%

Amber Fruit Beer Spiced with Cinnamon, Cloves and Nutmeg

We think the poor pumpkin has an undeserved bad reputation, especially around this time of year when it’s carved up and made to look like the embodiment of evil. Our pumpkin ale is nowt to be afraid of though, even as the nights draw in, as we’ve thrown cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg into the hoppy mix for a comforting autumnal warmer. The idea of pumpkin beer came from America, as did the Jack o’lantern, which has recently had some stiff competition for the scariest orange face in the country.

tasting notes

OCTOBER: Spiced Pumpkin Ale 4.3%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Malyness icon - 4 out of 5

Colour of beer

SEPTEMBER: Cream Head 5.1

Brewed with Ale Yeast in a Lager Style

Prohibition meant dark days for American drinkers, who would have to venture to speakeasies (which were never as cool as they are in gangster movies) for a crafty beer. From this age of tommy guns and bootleggers arose the top heavy drink on which Cream Head is based, brewed in a lager style using ale yeast. This smooth, thick beverage is sometimes referred to as an upside down beer, possibly because that’s how you’d find yourself after having too much of it.

tasting notes

SEPTEMBER: Cream Head 5.1

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 3 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 3 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5 Malyness icon - 3 out of 5

Colour of beer

November: Roller 4.1

Brewed with Lager Yeast

An ale so light and revitalizing it’s barely an ale; purists may be shocked to know Roller is actually brewed using lager yeast, and its fruity flavours almost make it a shandy. Adding German Perle hops to the more exotic Azacca variety (named after the Haitian god of farms, fields and combine harvesters) yields a ruthlessly efficient beer with a tropical lilt. This delicate hybrid brews at warmer temperatures and harks back to California Common beer, made two centuries ago in the states when refrigeration was rarer than hen’s teeth.

tasting notes

November: Roller 4.1

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 4 out of 5 Malyness icon - 4 out of 5

Colour of beer

DECEMBER: Smokin' Joe 4.8

Dark Smoked Porter

We’ve saved this heavyweight power-punch of a porter for the end of the year, especially to make you warm inside and more likely to sing carols while linking arms with strangers. With its combination of the spicy Willamette hops from Oregon (named after a resplendent river valley) and British copper hop Fuggles (named after a beer-loving vicar) Smokin’ Joe is a tangy transatlantic affair, with a peculiar hint of liquorish. Dark and, as its name suggests, smokey, we’re not quite sure who Joe is, but if you see him, make sure you buy him a pint of this, and wish him Merry Christmas from us.

tasting notes

DECEMBER: Smokin' Joe 4.8

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 2 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 1 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 5 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 5 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 5 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 5 out of 5 Maltyness icon - 5 out of 5

Colour of beer

DECEMBER: Santa's Blotto 4.3%

A rich, golden coloured beer with unmistakeable spicy, fruity flavours, just like Santa's favourite mince pie. The powerful, refreshing taste is stuffed full from a whole sack of hops so here‟s wishing good elf and hoppiness to all who drink it.

 

tasting notes

DECEMBER: Santa's Blotto 4.3%

Taste:
Aroma:

Hoppyness: hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 4 out of 5 hoppyness icon- 4 out of 5

Fruityness: hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5 hoppyness icon - 2 out of 5

Maltyness Maltyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5 Malyness icon - 1 out of 5

Colour of beer

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