Lagers, Ciders & Beers

Becks Vier +

Beck's Vier is a German-style pilsner lager with a smooth taste and a crisp finish. At 4% alcohol content, Beck's Vier is lower in alcohol that Beck's Original (4.7% ABV). Beck's has over 140 years of heritage and is originally brewed in Germany according to Reinheitsgebot, the German purity law of 1516.

Stella Artois +

4.8%abv. Stella Artois is a classic Belgian lager, golden in color with exceptional clarity and a spicy hop character. Originally crafted as a Christmas present for the people of Leuven in 1366.

Brirra Moretti +

4.6%abv. Birra Moretti was an Italian brewing company, founded in Udine in 1859 by Luigi Moretti.

To produce Birra Moretti, only the highest quality raw materials are used and a particular mixture of valuable hops give the beer its unique aroma, intensifying the pleasant slight bitter flavour.

Amstel +

4.1% ABV, In 1870, Charles de Pesters & Johannes van Marwijk Kooij felt that the bier available to the people of Amsterdam simply was not good enough.

They looked to the Bavarian pilsner brew techniques to create a bier with more depth and flavour – one that would surpass the thin, top fermented beers of the day.

Meantime Yakima Red +

Meantime Yakima Red is brewed with British and German malts to give a deep ruby colour and medium to full body. The addition of five varieties of US hop from the Yakima Valley in Washington State imparts spectacular fruit and citrus flavours with a restrained bitterness. Yakima Red is 4.1% ABV and delivers all the flavour and character you come to expect from Meantime's variety of craft beer styles.

Guinness +

Ireland. 4.1%abv. Guinness stout is made from water, barley, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer's yeast. A portion of the barley is roasted to give <em>Guinness</em> its dark colour and characteristic taste. It is pasteurised and filtered.

Westons Stowford Press +

UK. 4.5%. Stowford Press combines century-old traditions with a flavour designed to appeal to more modern tastes. Stowford Press began its life as one of the traditional cider blends called ‘Vat 53’. It was over 30 years ago, that this blend was tweaked in the laboratory and thus, Stowford Press was born.

House Ales

House Ales

Regular Breweries

Tirril, Adnams, Old School Brewery, Coniston, Hawkshead, Moorhouse’s, Dent, Bowland, Ossett, Kirkby Lonsdale, Allendale, Jennings, Black Sheep, Cottage, Bradfield, Leeds, Castle Rock, Ringwood, Lancaster, Hardknott… and too many others to list!