If you know your Rza from your Gza and your Ghostface Killah from your Masta Killa then we Raekwon this is the beer for you. Our Method, Man of bringing together US and NZ hops with lactose creates a slightly sweeter, yet balanced juicy and creamy IPAABV: 5.5%Allergens: Dairy, Gluten£4.75
Big Drop - Paradiso Citra IPA (330 ml can)
Alcohol-free IPA. This IPA radiates citrus fruit from the moment you pour it to the second you finish that last sip with a satisfied sigh. The bright, sharp twist of bitterness on the end makes you want to dive back in for one more.
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A refreshing extra pale session ale, brewed using Sussex spring water, extra pale malts and an indecent amount of zesty, floral, oh so delicious hops. A great session beer you will find yourself drinking time and again. Works well with seafood, mild cheese and lighter dishes such as salads.ABV: 3.9%Gluten free£3.00
Brew York have ‘imped up’ their Brew York stout base blueprint up to 7.5% adding their classic customised complex malt bill for a rich chocolate interior. And with a final addition of lactose it’s ready to cruise through town leaving other imperial stouts in its dust.ABV: 7.5%Allergens: Dairy, Gluten£5.00
Our berliner weisse conditioned for six months with Brettanomyces Claussenii - a strain of wild yeast known for its fruity ester characteristics.ABV: 3.5%£6.00
A delicious, spicy and warming Belgian strong ale, Delirium is famous the world over not just for its bizarre kitsch branding but for the fact that it regularly wins best blonde ale at awards. A deceptively drinkable beer, it's no wonder it does.ABV: 8.5%£4.00
Named Cinq Cents in 75 cl (25.4 fl.oz.) bottles, this beer, with its typical golden colour, slightly hazy appearance and fine head, is especially characterized by its aroma which results from an agreeable combination of fresh hops and yeast. It was first brewed by the monks of Chimay at Scourmont Abbey in 1966. Above all it is the fruity notes of muscat and raisins that give this beer a particularly attractive aroma.ABV: 8.0%£4.50
CRISP. FRESH. AROMATIC.Our goal: a delicious white wine that jumps out of the can. Not satisfied with the aromatic varieties found in Sonoma, we traveled to Oregon and Washington in pursuit of bright and beautiful characteristics. The resulting wine has weight and concentration but is also light on its feet. Dry, elegant and pretty with fruit and bright acidity to balance. There's a lot of wine in this can.ABV: 12.5%£7.50
What it says on the tinABV: 6.0%£6.00
Deya have enjoyed a rapid rise amongst drinkers ‘who know’ and we can see why. So when we decided to collaborate, we thought a blend of our two flagship offerings would be the perfect way to go. We took all the key ingredients from both, then amped them up to make a huge, juicy Dipa! The much loved characters from both beers come through, with the exquisite tropical bouquet of steady rolling man floating from the glass, followed by grapefruit and pineapple on the palate, before finishing with the perfectly balanced bitterness of Jaipur.ABV: 8.0%£7.50
Omnipollo love to make a beer that isn’t a beer and this creative collab with Dugges is no different. Weighing in at a hefty 12% this is headlined as a Blueberry Cheesecake stout and that is what it tastes like. Big fruit flavours and a sweet malt base are all smoothed off with a lactose taste the combines the ingredients to make this unusual beer tasty as you like.ABV: 12.0%Allergens: Gluten£11.50
DDHP stands for Double Dry Hop Pale and it means we put in twice the amount of hops we normally would... already an adventure. Our first seasonal, this is whirlpool hopped with Simcoe and Citra and then dry hopped with Centennial, Ekuanot and Simcoe. Named for the Pampeana region, this beer is designed to be flavoursome and friendly, just like our Argentine head brewer. Here's to you, Tino!ABV: 5.6%£4.00