Beer & Cider
The 2016 vintage craft cider from William Chase in Herefordshire, UK, made with apples harvested from trees up to 300 years of age! A medium dry cider with ample body and fruit.
A Gose beer from the Magic Rock Brewing company, they add gooseberries, Rosehips and Sea Buckthorn to a wheat based brew to create the Salty Kiss.
The Rapture as the Magic Rock crew say "offers your taste buds redemption". A great Red Hop Ale combining a variation of 5 hops and 6 malts, resulting in an intense citrus flavour on top of a rich, malty body.
Rated Number 1 in The Independent’s evaluation of the 10 best foreign ciders, they said:
…”more appealing in taste than those big brands, with a good blend of tannin and acid, a crème brulée sweetness and perky fizz. Magnifique.”
Rated number 1 in The Independent's review of the 10 best foreign ciders, "With its clumsy screw-top bottle, crude label and foggy appearance, this Brittany cider looks a far cry from the heavily marketed Euro-ciders swamping British supermarket shelves. Thankfully it’s infinitely more appealing in taste than those big brands, with a good blend of tannin and acid, a crème brulee sweetness and perky fizz. Magnifique."
We couldn't have said it better - this is the real deal for Breton cider!
The Session IPA from Beavertown is their lightest expression ideal for all occasions. Extra pale malts are the base of this beers crisp refreshing character. Hops Centennial Columbus Galaxy Simcoe Magnum Mosaic Amarillo Vic Secret
Beavertowns Indian Stout uses pale, low colour chocolate, Carafa special II, oats and crystal malts to create a dark and delightful base to the beer. They combine this with the tropical element of Magnum, Summit and centennial hops. Hops Centennial Magnum Summit
A cracking IPA this, Black Betty offers the balance of dark roasted notes alongside the fruitiness the three different hops give. Another winner from Beavertown. Hops Chinook Citra Colombus