Netherlands / 4.1% abv
£2.50 – £4.95
Now owned by Heineken Amstel is their session beer designed to be a session beer. It’s very light, really easy drinking and refreshingly crisp.
London / 5.4% abv
£3.40 – £6.80
A really big punchy tropical pale ale, aromas of mango and grapefruit backed up by lashings of American Hops before being dry hopped as well. Really juicy, really flavourful, really nice. Basically.
London / 4.3% abv
£3.35 – £6.70
Beavertown say this is their “any day, any time, easy drinking go to IPA” I think that says everything really.
Ireland / 4.1% abv
£2.90 – £5.80
What is there to say? It’s Guiness. It’s delicious. It’s dark. It’s delicious.
Netherlands / 5.0% abv
£2.80 – £5.65
A ceaseless commitment to purity and quality have made Heineken the most iconic beer brand in the world. That’s what Heineken say. I say that it’s a great session lager, if you’ve had a long day and just need a crisp one, or if you’re settling in for an evening with the mates you can’t put a foot wrong with a pint of Heineken.
Norway / 4% abv
£3.25 – £6.50
A light golden and clear IPA with a malty nose which has hints of pineapple and mango. Really crisp and clean with low bitterness, no wonder its one of the directors favourite beers.
Manchester / 4.8% abv
£3.00 – £6.00
Manchester changed the course of the world by the sheer force of the union of its people through wisdom and effort. Manchester Union Brewery reflects this through the knowledge and industry adopted in everything we do and everything we strive to be.Our unique brewing method creates a bold silky mouthfeel with a touch of caramel sweetness followed swiftly with a hugely refreshing, dry and bitter finish from the central European hops.100% Manc and proud.
Portugal / 5% abv
£3.15 – £6.30
It took a bloody long time to actually get this delicious little lager added to our roster, but finally we have it! Technically Sagres Export this is exactly the same as the liqud they drink in Portugal and it does everything you’d expect a Portuguese lager to do. Very crisp, nicely carbonated, a bit of a malty back bone but incredibly refreshing.
Belgium / 3.8% abv
£3.250 – £6.50
This Lindemans Kriek is a fruit beer for the simple reason that a great deal of fruit was added during the brewing process before it was put for ageing in oak casks. This maturation allows the fruit to brew, therefore granting the beer with a second fermentation.
This beer pours a highly sparkling clear red colour topped by a pink head. It releases very sweet aromas dominated by cherries scents. In the mouth, cherry flavours are predominant but one can also sense wooden hints and slightly acidic notes. This beer is highly enjoyed by the ladies because of its lightness and its very fruity aroma.
4.5% abv / 44cl
Is it a bit pricey? yes. Is it delicious? double yes. A great stout with beautiful coffee flavours. If you have too then split it between two people but its well worth the price, you’ll also be annoyed when your half has finished and want another. It’s also a large can, hence the sharing comment.
4.1% abv / 33cl
I don’t really know what Magic Rock were thinking when they called this “Salty Kiss” you would have thought they would have an army of marketing people behind them arguing against the slightly innuendo ridden name, That being said the beer’s great. It’s a Gose so it’s sour and there is a slight hint of salt, but that only makes it easier to drink. If you have never tried a sour beer or a lambic it’s a brilliant introduction to the style.
3.9% / 33cl
This is what magic rock say: “A supernatural session IPA made for drinking all day long. Lightly sweet and malty Golden Promise malt, a balanced bitterness and layers of tropical fruit filled Citra and Ekuanot hops in whirlpool and dry hop. Fermented with London Ale II yeast to add more fruity body, and enhance malt and hop profile” Now i have no idea what any of that means, but the beer drinks really well.
4.6% abv /33cl
Moretti always sort of struggle as they’re not Peroni. The industry secret is that Moretti actually tastes a lot better than Peroni. If you like Italian beers Moretti is the go too choice.
5.5% abv / 33cl
I love the fact this beer used to be called Clwb Tropicana and the only reason they changed it (in my opinion) is that some killjoy lawyer for Wham kicked off about intellectual property rights. Another tropical IPA, basically take the Tiny Rebel Shakedown and add more pineapple and grapefruit.
4.3% abv / 33cl
Tiny Rebel have a rule “never just make vanilla ice cream”, I guess that’s why they walked the road less travelled by adding lime to lager…. In seriousness though it’s a bit more involved with that, a really great refreshing lager with the addition of fresh lime, a hint of biscuit and a touch of vanilla. Bloody lovely and much less effort than trying to squeeze that lime wedge into a bottle of *REDACTED*
4.5% abv / 33cl
I was planning to write something quite beer drinker pretentious. I can’t. It’s an IPA with a great hint of mango that isn’t overpowering. Actually my favourite beer we sell….. I didn’t say that, I’ll get told off. You can’t prove anything….
5.2% abv / 33cl
It has the Staypuft Man from Ghostbusters 2 on the tin. That should be enough. If not its a marshmallow porter. And delicious.
5.6% abv / 33cl
Welcome to tropical hop heaven. Soundwave is eminently drinkable, full of flavour and subtle with bitterness. Our most favour beer pours with an inviting haze, while big-hitting American hops deliver fruit notes in abundance and a trademark resinous finish.
4.7% abv / 33cl
American grapefruit ale. Lucky Jack is just about the perfect beer for summer, add some grapefruit and it’s even better. The hops from Lucky Jack contribute for the grapefruit and other tropical/citrus flavours – and we went all in and added grapefruit juice and peel extract to amplify that refreshing juicy character that will quench your thirst on a hot day.
4% abv / 33cl
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, perhaps more refreshing than water itself…
4.9% abv / 33cl
No one makes lagers like the Germans, and Munich’s historic Paulaner Brewery makes some of the best. This crisp helles starts malty sweet but dries out as the hoppy, biscuit finish takes over. It’s made with all Bavarian ingredients, including hallertau, a nobel German hop used in lagers all over the world.
5.5% abv / 33cl
The No. 1 Weissbier in Germany and one of the world’s favourites. Naturally cloudy and shining silky-gold in the glass under a really strong head of foam. At the first mouthful this weissbier classic has a mild aroma of banana. Finer palates detect a trace of mango and pineapple and the balance between sweet and bitter. Beer connoisseurs appreciate the fine note of yeast and the mild but sparkling mix of aromas. It is a typical beer garden beer, which brings people together all over the world.
6.8%abv / 50cl
The first cyder produced by Barry and Henry Chevallier Guild when they joined the business – seven years in creation – and still their favourite drink. Premier Cru is a sophisticated, sparkling cyder with a light floral aroma and a long, dry finish. Crafted at the original Cyder House, Suffolk.
4% abv / 50cl
Read the description for Old Mout Strawberry and Pomegranate, the only joke i have left to make is a Willy Wonka reference and it’s been a long day.
4% abv / 50cl
When it comes to fruity cider a lot of brands feel the need to try and induce a diabetic coma with how sweet they are. Old Mout actually still tastes like cider, don’t get me wrong it’s still sweet but they didn’t take any advice from Mary Poppins. (a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down….. no? i mean i know i’m old but everyone knows Mary Poppins…)