A first from new Kent brewery, Moot, headed up by our very own Calvin Gear!Kentish American Pale Ale.Juicy Yakima Chief Citra combined with English Fuggles and Bramling Cross creates a big punch of citrus and hedgerow fruits. The slightly sweet finish is cut by Kveik Voss Yeast and softened by a full body of oats and wheat resulting in an extremely sessionable and refreshing hazy pale.ABV: 4.8%£4.50
Drop Project x Villages - Tick (440 ml can)
FRUITED IPA brewed in collaboration with our great pals from Deptford, Villages. This big, zesty IPA with whopping great additions of thick ripe Mango puree makes this a smooth, juicy and easy tipple. With only the addition of Citra, giving it big hitting notes of Citrus peel and grapefruit. It's a real treat for the eyes and the mouth.
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We love stout here at Wander Beyond big and small. For our next creation we've produced something we've never actually done before: a session strength oatmeal stout. Brewed with all the flavour you'd expect from a Wander Beyond stout without the high ABV. Nine different malts including a variety of chocolates and roasted malts, rye and oats for body, Wolfsbane is full bodied and rich stout with light roasty coffee and lush bitter chocolate carried by a creamy mouthfeel.ABV: 4.8%£5.35
After many attempts to construct the perfect cybernetic organism, we settled on the one known as Little Tron. Did we create the ultimate cyborg friend? Or is this majestic blue machine just one wrong move from a chaos we cannot control?ABV: 8.2%£7.50
A lightly soured bière de miel, brewed with pale malts and sustainably sourced wild honey. Fermented with a wild yeast strain (isolated from Oregon honeycomb) plus the breweries house sour culture, to add a subtle dry tang. 5.5% ABV. Unfiltered. Contains honey so not suitable for vegans£4.40
The refreshingly tart Oude Gueuze Cuvée René is one of the most famous Lambics ever! This spontaneously fermented beer is a blend of 1/3 old (3 years) Lambic and 2/3 young (1 year) Lambic. These were fermented in large oak barrels. The beer is then bottled and aged for another six months. During this time, bottle fermentation takes place, which not only gives the Geuze its carbonation, but rounds out the flavor beautifully. The Oude Gueuze Cuvée René convinces with its balanced play of acidity, yeast notes, hints of barrel aging and a light fruit reminiscent of citrus and apple. A great companion to many dishes or as an ingredient itself, for example, for rudiments of sauces. This beer is perfect for cellaring for several years!ABV: 6.0%£5.80
A thirst quenching session beer, Sour Suzy mimics a classic German brewing technique (sour mashing) to impart a light, refreshing tartness. No hop bitterness & very low hop profile. Sour Suzy is not your typical session beer – rather it delivers something a bit more obscure and intriguing. It drinks as refreshingly as a glass of lemonade. The grain bill includes a healthy portion of wheat, while citrusy hops lend bright notes to the aroma.ABV: 4.0%£2.40
Reach dizzying heights at the peak of Aoraki with this fruity mix of fresh and juicy New Zealand hops. Four hop varieties added at various stages throughout the brew make this a DIPA to be reckoned with. Full to the brim with flavours of tropical and stone fruits and a soft biterness on the finish. Crack open this can and celebrate the success at the peak of your day.ABV 8.0%£5.75
A collab between Wild Beer and Salt - a refreshing grapefruit IPA with classic West Coast bitterness and tonnes of zestyness and citrus aromas.4.7% ABV.£4.25
Delving into the dank. Mosaic, Galaxy and Enigma are a heavy hitting trio, providing unapologetic pith and green next to ripe tropical fruit aroma.ABV: 6.5%£7.10
Project Barista combines two of our greatest passions! This series takes the relationship between coffee and beer in different directions, with four unique brews, four kinds of coffee used in different ways, in collaboration with four incredible independent roasters. Our delicious ESB uses classic malts, a traditional yeast and is served with a Siren spin.ABV: 5.8%Allergens: Nuts (Hazelnuts), Gluten£4.35
This New England style pale ale is brewed with oats for a full bodied and soft base beer, dry-hopped with two hefty charges of Citra, Idaho 7 and Talus hops. The results are an insanely drinkable and refreshing hazy pale with flavours of mango-heavy fruit salad with a squeeze and lemon juice and citrus peel to finish.ABV: 4.5%£5.00
9.0-10.0% abv. Malted barley. Another recipe from the Barclay Perkins archive, from 1856. The Imperial Brown Stouts developed into what became known as the Russian Imperial Stouts, and this particular recipe developed into the Courage RIS, which is most notable because a) it was an excellent beer, and b) it continued to be produced until 1992, as the only surviving link to a certain brewing tradition that was huge in London, and made London famous, for over 200 years. And of course, a tradition which has now been lost. And the beer is black, not brown. Dark black. And round and smooth. Gentle. Coffee and cocoa aroma, then leading to dark fruits, dried fruits, raisin, fig, prune. Even plum. Some sour berries. Through the long finish of hop bitterness entwined with roast and char.ABV 9.5%£5.50