The Beers

A wide selection of real ales, stouts and session ales
Yugen – Bruha Brewing (East Anglia) – 3.9%
Soft fruity red ale with raisin and fig malt palate and subtle aroma of blackcurrant from Jester hops.
Man O Hoy – The Orkney Brewery (Orkney) – 4.2%
It is creamy and hoppy with a long bitter fruity finish. Named of course, after our famous Old Man O’ Hoy.
Cougar – Fat Cat (Norwich) – 4.7%
Big, bold, citrus ale brewed with Colombus, Cascade, Centennial and Amarillo hops.
The Orb of Destiny – Shadow Bridge (Lincolnshire) – 4.1%
The honeycomb lifts the malt, and the malt brings out just a hint of the exquisite sweetness of the honey.
Farmers Blonde – Bradfield (Peak District) – 4.0%
This award winning, very pale brilliant blonde beer has citrus and summer fruit aromas making it an extremely refreshing and ‘easy drinking’ ale.
Manchester Larger – JW Lees (Manchester) – 4.0%
Continental Style, Crafted in Manchester. Golden on the eye, citrusy and refreshing to taste.
Junction – Sambrooks (London) – 4.5%
Brewed with Maris Otter pale and a dose of crystal and roasted barley with Challenger, Goldings and Bramling X hop.
Hella – St Ives Brewery (Cornwall) – 4.2%
Dry-hopped for flavor, this refreshing beer combines juicy fruit notes, sweet strawberries, and balanced malt for an easy-drinking experience.
Bread & Butter – Vocation (Hebden Bridge) – 3.9%
With layers of US hops combined with British malts, our fresh and easy-drinking dry-hopped pale is a solid staple that delivers every time. Soak up refreshing flavors and aromas of pine, peach, lychee and citrus, finished off with a smooth rounded bitterness.
Trawlerboys – Greenjack (Suffolk) – 4.6%
This best bitter is a full-bodied, copper coloured, premium bitter brewed with English whole cone hops.
Spring Bank – Small World (Shelly) – 3.7%
Light very drinkable pale beer, floral and zesty beer.
Yankee – Roosters (Harrogate) – 4.3%
Light and easy-drinking, it’s a beer that showcases the floral and citrus fruit aromas of the Cascade hop, grown in the Yakima Valley in Washington State, USA, projected against a back drop of soft Yorkshire water and Golden Promise pale malt.
Damn Dog – Burton Bridge (Burton Upon Trent) – 5.0%
A variation our Bramble Stout, this beer was originally produced by accident when Damson was used instead of Bramble. The resulting brew needed a name and Damn Dog fitted the purpose.
Twin Falls – Small World (Shelley) – 5.2%
Full bodied Pale ale with fruity aroma and a hoppy flavour with lasting bitterness.
Brigids Brew – Brewster’s (Lincolnshire) – 4.2%
Golden beer with Citrus hop character. First Gold, Chinook and Simcoe hops used.
Traditional – Tetleys Beer (Leeds) – 3.7%
First brewed in 1822, this classic amber session bitter has roasted caramel bitter sweetness balanced with distinctly aromatic smooth hoppy flavours and a lingering dry bitter finish.

The Ciders

Red Streak – Newton Court (Herefordshire) – 5.8% (Sweet)
Red Streak is a celebrated cider apple, ancient in origins, which results in a crisp, medium-sweet appley cider, with a lingering finish.
Tucks Tipple – Sting Cider (Nottinghamshire) – 4.7% (Medium)
Medium cider, sessionable, just right for a long night or to complement a good meal.
Malvern Gold – Aston Manor (Birmingham) – 6.0% (Dry)
Grown in the shadow of the Hereford and Worcestershire hills, we blend bittersweet apples including Three Counties, Yarlington Mill and Dabinett to make the Worlds Best medium dry still cider.
Pineapple & Passion – Farmer Jims (Devon) – 4.0% (Fruit)
A medium apple cider expertly blended with exotic fruits.
Merry Monk – Sting Cider (Nottinghamshire) – 4.0% (Fruit)
Light sweet cider infused with Apple & Rhubarb.
Very Perry – Snails Bank (Herefordshire) – 5.1% (Perry)
A fruity medium Perry with a complex yet balanced flavor only found in real Perry. Very Perry was recently awarded Bronze in the CAMRA National Perry Awards.

The Gins


Portobello Road – Portobello Road (London) – 40%
Dry Gin – Aber Falls (Wales) – 41.3%
Raspberry & Sweet Basil – House of Boe (Scotland) – 41.5%
Pink Gin – JJ Whitley (London) – 37.5%
Old Tom Gin – Poetic Licence (South Africa) – 41.6%

The Wines

  • Prosecco
  • White Wine (TBC)
  • Red Wine (TBC)