With 200 lagers, ales and craft beers on sale this year there’s something for every palate – so take a look at the list below and start planning your course of attack!

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Beers

No.Beer NameABV (%)Style/Description

Andwell Brewing Co.

1Resolute3.8Light amber best bitter with balanced aromas and bitterness.With thanks to Hook Eagle Morris Men for sponsoring this barrel
2Gold Muddler3.9Golden blonde ale with fresh taste and citrus aroma.With thanks to Hook Eagle Morris Men for sponsoring this barrel
3King John (Green Hop)4.2Rich amber beer with a fruity hoppyness.With thanks to Town Centre Mortgages for sponsoring this barrel
4Five Little Fishes5.0Amber AleWith thanks to The Barn Bathroom Centre for sponsoring this barrel

Ascot Ales

5Final Furlong (Posh Pooch)4.2

Light copper coloured best bitter. The use of American hops gives a wonderful fruity taste and aroma. Bronze ‘Beer of the Festival’ Ascot Racecourse 2010.

65/4 Favourite (Alligator)4.6

Golden Ale with a wonderful hoppy nose from the Cascade Hop. It’s popular with lager & ale drinkers. Winner 2008 Woking Beer Festival ‘Best Golden Ale’.

7Dark Horse (Penguin Porter)4.5Smooth chestnut ale with an initial subtle hoppiness giving way to coffee malt flavour then rich chocolate at the finish.
8Oktoberfest4.8

Copper-coloured with a biscuity malt character, slight sweetness and a smooth mouthfeel. Brewed with German specialty malts and bittered with German hops, this is an authentic version of an Oktoberfest beer

9Anastasia’s Imperial Stout8.0This multi award-winning beautiful black stout is full of roasted coffee and dark bitter chocolate flavours.

Betteridge’s Brewery

10Jenny Wren4.2A golden, single hop pale ale. Using a hop from New Zealand this beer is very flavoursome and has a distinctive hoppy flavour.
11Old Chap3.8An easy-drinking bitter – malty, flavoursome and bitter-hopped with First Gold and East Kent Goldings.
12Serious Black4.2Cream stout using dark malts and roasted barley to give coffee and chocolate notes with burnt toast. Lactose added to mellow the burnt flavours giving it a sweeter edge.
13Private Sector4.2Brewed with the finest malts from Warminster Maltings, using traditional English hops to provide a fully satisfying English best bitter.

Binghams Brewery

14Brickworks Bitter4.2A malty bitter which is chestnut in colour with a slightly nutty hint. Hops balance the maltiness to provide a well rounded best bitter.With thanks to Grantleys for sponsoring this barrel
15Space Hoppy IPA5.0Refreshing golden India Pale Ale with citrus hops. Winner SIBA South East Competition 2011 – Strong Bitter category.With thanks to The Barn Bathroom Centre for sponsoring this barrel
16Vanilla Stout5.0Dark stout brewed using dark malts and infused with vanilla pods. Won Gold in the CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2016 after winning Gold in the Speciality Beer category.With thanks to Neil Thirkell Photography for sponsoring this barrel
17Hop Project4.5Crisp and refreshing golden/blond American Pale Ale. Tropical fruit notes of pineapple and jammy mango. Lasting bitterness throughout.

Bond Brews

18Goldi-Hops3.9English style Pale Ale. Brewed using two blends of malted barley and wheat to provide a light golden hue.
19Best of British4.0Brewed using three blends of malted barley and wheat to provide a full bodied, rich copper coloured, nutty and biscuity session bitter.
20Railway Porter3.7Brewed using five blends of malted barley and wheat to carry a deep brown colour.
21Bengal Tiger4.3Brewed with a nod to the original English-style IPA with two types of malted barley whilst East Kent Golding hops provides the Bitterness, Goldings for aroma and dry-hopped for good measure.

Bowman Ales

22Swift One3.8Pale, golden and hoppy with a dry finish and a hint of sweetness
23Wallops Wood4.0Light-chestnut session bitter; pleasantly balanced malt and hops. Hampshire Beer of the Year 2011With thanks to Neil Thirkell Photography for sponsoring this barrel
24Yumi3.9Moreish golden ale, well hopped with 100% British hops
25Quiver4.5A gold beer with a wonderful mown grass aroma, this premium bitter is full of complex flavours including a tiny amount of caramel. The addition of American hops gives it a full hop flavour with a dry finish.
26Pukka Porter4.2A fine balance of English hops in this traditional porter

Brewhouse and Kitchen

27On Le Tiss4.0Tribute to Matt Le Tissier: A golden ale to tempt the Sainted ‘golden boy’ .With thanks to The Soldiers Return for sponsoring this barrel
28Walk The Line5.0Bitter, strong and hoppy. A tribute to Dave Line, pioneer of home brewing.
29Professor5.0Black, hoppy, and bitter with American hops for extra bite. A tribute to all the students and academics who have worked at Southampton University.
30Oktoberfest5.5.A pale Oktoberfest beer using rye as 10% of the grist, plus Pilsner and Vienna malts. Lightly hopped with traditional hops and cold fermented for a crisp finish.

Broken Bridge

31It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere5.0A clean, smooth American-style pale ale brewed with rye, Vienna and caramel malts. With thanks to Social Optic for sponsoring this barrel
32Hygge4.2A dark, rich easy-drinking porter with subtle notes of sweet beech smoke, dark chocolate and roasted malt.
33Henchman3.8A crisp, dry and refreshing session Vienna IPA with orange, lime, tropical fruit and grape flavours and aromas.

Cracklerock Brewing Co.

34Crackerjack3.8This quality ale is full of flavour just like the bigger boys, but the brewers have gone for real flavour rather than strength. Let those taste buds explode.
35Gold Rush4.5Premium golden rich ale, bursting with flavour. A subtle sweetness but not overpowering, with a pleasant aftertaste from cascade hops. To be savoured and remembered from those Gold Rush Days.
36Crafty Shag5.0A beautiful, smooth, strong, full-bodied, well-balanced ale. For when you want a crafty one that delivers exceptional quality to your taste buds.
37Dark Destroyer4.9A rich, strong, dark, smooth, porter style ale.  A little caramel but not too burnt, well balanced with chocolate malt.With thanks to WDT Alarms for sponsoring this barrel

Dancing Man

38Bone Dry3.4A very pale ale with an aroma of tropical hops. Mosaic and citra hops provide a dry, light, and fruity flavour. Unfined.
39Haunted by Dr Rudi4.5Light and crisp, showcasing the New Zealand hop variety ‘Dr Rudi’ with an aroma of lemon citrus and light gooseberry. Snappy dry finish. Unfined.
40Fiddlers Jig4.8A traditional English style dark amber/copper colour special bitter with punchy modern American hops and an an aroma of rich warm biscuity malt. Taste is toffee, roasted malt and orange pith. Unfined.
41Jack O’Diamonds4.5A deep crimson beer with aromas of toffee, raisin, citrus and orange. It has a complex malt body with lots of lovely American hops to balance it all out. Unfined.

Downton Brewery

42New Forest Ale3.8A bronze coloured best bitter with a combination of roasted malts and rich, aromatic hops to provide a well-rounded flavour and a distinctive hoppy bitterness.
43Elderquad4.0A pale, generously hopped thirstquenching session beer. Hints of sweetness, and a subtle elderflower aroma, provide a terrific balance to the hops.
44German Pale Ale4.2This golden coloured best bitter has a rich hoppy aroma, subtle fruit flavours and a well-crafted, clean bitter finish imparted by four varieties of German hops.
45Chocolate Orange Delight5.8A dark speciality old ale that speaks for itself. Pronounced chocolate flavours and a pleasant orange addition combine perfectly in this delightfully different offering.
46Chimera IPA6.8A light gold IPA bursting with resinous hoppy flavours that packs quite a punch. Brewed with a hugely increased hop rate for a strong, floral aroma, and a powerful, bitter taste.

Elusive Brewing

47Summer Zestquinox4.5American-style, citrusy session pale ale. Unfined.
48The New Zealand Story4.7American pale ale with two New Zealand hops giving a lychee/tropical fruit aroma. Unfined.
49Level Up5.0Amber coloured beer utilising six different malts and two punchy American hops that present a pine/citrusy aroma. Unfined.With thanks to Social Optic for sponsoring this barrel
50Spellbinder6.0A smooth, dark smooth chocolate porter. Unfined.

Fallen Acorn

51Hole Hearted4.7Cascade hops impart powerful floral and tropical fruit flavours, with a delicate bitterness.
52Expedition IPA5.5Initially dry and bitter and ful-flavoured. Complex grapefruit and citrus notes follow,which leaves a lingering bitterness on the palate.
53Pot Kettle4.4A distinct and powerful porter that delivers delicious notes of richly roasted coffee and chocolate. Brewed with locally roasted coffee from Solent Coffee Roasters.
54Black Hearted4.7A dark version of Hole Hearted using black malt.
55Dankashire Hop Pot3.8Crisp and refreshing with pine/citrus notes.

Flack Manor Brewery

56Double Drop3.7A classic amber bitter with the full flavour of Maris Otter barley with citrus after notes of Sovereign hops.
57Flack Catcher4.4Clean golden ale with an initial sweetness, smoothly spiced with a crisp, bitter finishWith thanks to Direct First Aid for sponsoring this barrel
58Hedge Hop4.9Rich amber colour reveals a deep biscuity maltiness balanced with exotic fruits from Challenger, Pilot and English Cascade hops.
59TPA5.3Pale in colour and ample body balanced with the destinctive hop character of Goldings and Fuggles.

Flowerpots Brewery

60Flower Bots Bitter3.8A dry, hoppy traditional bitter with a light bronze colour.
61Perridge Pale3.6A light straw colour with a subtle twist of citrus hop. A very refreshing beer.
62Goodens Gold4.8A modern style strong bitter, quite hoppy, with a rich golden colour.
63Sparks4.1A light crisp session IPA with a mango and citrus aroma.
64IPA6.0Burnished Gold with a strong tropical fruit character.

Fuller, Turner & Smith

65Seafarers3.6Brewed with a blend of finest-quality English malt, famous Gales yeast, and the aptly named Admiral hop.
66Olivers Island3.8A glorious gold colour, delicate floral and citrus aromas. Biscuity, grapefruit flavour on the palate, tropical notes and refreshing zesty qualities. Crisp, malty finish.
67London Pride4.1This well-loved ale has a good malty base with an excellent blend of hop character, resulting in an easy-drinking beer with great body and a fruity, satisfying finish.
68Red Fox4.3Tawny in colour with a lasting, medium, off-white head of lacy bubbles. Forest fruit on the nose and a taste of biscuit and caramel with the tang of blackberry, toast and marmalade in the finish.
69HSB4.8Gale’s award-winning, distinctive, high quality premium bitter.
70ESB5.5One of the strongest regularly brewed draught beers in the country.
71American Fall4.0Golden Pale Ale brewed with American hops for a full fruity flavour.

Hogs Back Brewery

72T.E.A.4.2An award-winning best bitter with an enticing amber colour. TEA is refreshing, hoppy and well balanced.With thanks to Town Centre Mortgages for sponsoring this barrel
73H.B.B.3.7Easy-drinking light amber bitter. A biscuity flavour with fragrant hops, leading to subtle malty citrus fruits with a long aromatic, hoppy finish and a light malty aftertaste.
74Surrey Nirvana4.0A well-balanced golden beer with a good bittersweet balance and a strong citrus aroma.
75Harvest Home4.0This amber ale with a hoppy aroma is brewed with three varieties of hop, all lovingly grown by the brewery in Tongham, Surrey.

Irving & Co Brewers

76Admiral Stout4.3A classic dark Oatmeal stout, with a deep black colour and smooth malt flavour.
77Invincible4.6A full bodied chestnut coloured premium ale with an initial sweet malty flavour.
78Iron Duke IPA5.3Modern style IPA, aromas of sherbet and lemon, palate is soft fruits and pineapple balanced with a subtle toffee sweetness.
7910:255.0A traditional Hampshire Ale, brewed to celebrate 10 years of Irving Brewers and 25 years of Malc as a Brewer. Deep Chestnut in colour, malty sweet balanced with Fuggles, First Gold and Challenger Hops.
80Thai me up3.8A Golden bitter with more than just a hint of aromatic Thai flavours.With thanks to Hudson Automation for sponsoring this barrel
81Captain B5.3Spiced Rum Ale, a strong sweet and spicy taste of the Caribbean.

Island Brewery

82Wight Gold4.0Crystal malt – golden brown, with rounded malt and hops throughout.
83Yahctsman’s Ale4.2The addition of roasted malt produces a rich brown beer and mouth-feel, counterbalanced by sufficient hops to rise to the nose and to refresh the throat.
84Wight Knight4.5Strong, refreshing full of body, and dangerous if abused. Yellow in colour, but not in heart, this beer weighs all that is good in the tradition of strong English ale.
85Earl’s R.D.A.5.0A superb tasting complex ale with flavours of chocolate and coffee leading to a classic espresso finish and aroma.

Itchen Valley Brewery

86Pure Gold4.8Pure Gold is a clean, strong, light golden ale which really is liquid gold in a glass.
87Hampshire Rose4.2A lovely hoppy ale brewed with four choice hops – Hercules, Nugget, Galena and Target.
88New Hampshire4.3Like our county’s American namesake: Quite conservative, so the brewery has chosen to meet traditional British with just a hint of hard hitting American hops

Langham Brewery

89Saison3.9Belgian saison yeast gives an amazing banana/clove nose, “super”-hopped with blend of German malts for fabulous dry finish … plus a lovely creamy head. Unfined and vegan friendly.
90Best4.5A tawny-coloured classic best beer with well-balanced malt flavours, finished with a hint of blackcurrant and a slightly spicy, sweet aroma.
91Arapaho4.9A generously super-hopped deep deep gold American Pale Ale with a creamy, foamy head.
92Langham Special Draught (LSD)5.2An auburn beer with rich complex flavours and a deep red glow. The sweet maltiness is balanced with spicy hop aromas and a dry finish.
93Black Swallow6.0Fermented longer for a delicious smoother taste. A complex taste extravaganza, Black Swallow masterfully combines bitter chocolate flavours with toffee undertones.
94Triple XXX4.4Dark, chocolate malty winter mild ale with smooth hopping for a slightly sweeter taste.

Little London Brewing

95Red Boy3.7A light, thirst-quenching session bitter, the flavour is well-balanced with caramel flavours on the palate. Brewed with an extravagant amount of Goldings and Progress hops for both bitterness and aroma.With thanks to Direct First Aid for sponsoring this barrel
96May’s Bounty4.4Tawny and russet coloured, with malt and raisin on the nose coupled with a gentle sweetness that lingers long into a silky smooth finish.
97Doreen’s Dark3.2A velvety smooth quaffable treacle-coloured ‘Light Porter’ with a creamy contrasting head and a clean palate with hints of liquorice and freshly ground coffee followed by a dry hoppy finish.
98Hoppy Hilda3.8A light golden hoppy pale ale bittered with Fuggles and Goldings hops that simply fill the palate with flavour. Goldings and Progress aroma hops added during and after the boil deliver the superb finish.
99Night Porter4.7A traditional ‘Robust Porter’ tasting of chocolate and freshly ground coffee. Well-hopped with Fuggles and Challenger bittering hops complemented by Goldings and Cascade (UK) aroma hops.

Loddon Brewery

100Reading Best4.0Deep golden best bitter with an interesting fruity aroma and a smooth but nutty body.
101Ferrymans Gold4.4Golden, smooth, aromatic & zesty. Brewed with Slovenian hops to give a lime flavour, using Cara and Wheat malts.
102Bamboozle4.8Strong pale ale which is clean, crisp, and with a smack of Goldings hops.
103Forbury Lion5.5A true IPA! Malty and packed with Styrian, Goldings, and Fuggles hops.
104Peeler4.5A best bitter with an orange ‘edge’, utilising Goldings and East Kent Goldings hops.

London Road Brewhouse

105Athena3.8Lightly straw-coloured and biscuity, slightly floral with hints of pink grapefruit.
106Kodiak4.2Amber colour with toffee and caramel undertones, a bitter finish and slight orange aroma.

Longdog Brewery

107Golden Poacher3.9Magnificent, hoppy, Golden Ale. Lovely citrus aroma and flavour from Green Bullet and Galena hops.
108Red Runner4.2Mahogany-coloured best bitter with soft fruit and citrus notes, firm bittering on the finish.
109Kismet4.5American-hopped Pale Ale. Assertive hop bitterness, flavour and aroma; soft fruit on the nose; grapefruit & subtle hint of pine after-taste.With thanks to Westech Cars for sponsoring this barrel
110Lamplight Porter5.0Multi award-winning Porter in 19th Century style. Roast coffee and chocolate maltiness with a robust bitterness.
111Wobbly Whippet5.0Beautiful, smooth mid-copper coloured strong bitter, generously hopped with American Eldorado hops.With thanks to Hudson Automation for sponsoring this barrel

Red Cat Brewing

112Prowler Pale3.6Light straw coloured, easy drinking session beer, modern hops give light citrus notes.
113Scratch4.0Scratch is golden in colour with a delicate fruity aroma and hints of ripe apricots. It’s very clean, refreshingly bitter and easy drinking.
114Mr M’s Porter4.5This Porter, uses four roasted malts and little hop to give aromas of chocolate, vanilla & soft Greek coffee.
115Tomcat4.7American-style Pale Ale using six different hop varieties.
116Raiona6.0A pale (but not the palest) ale using the Citra hop to give a fruity lime/mango aroma. Slightly malty body with a good hoppy finish.
117Kairos4.4Highly hopped and with an infusion of fresh lemon zest to enhance the hops and give a long refreshing finish.

Ringwood Brewery

118Razorback3.8Delicious easy-drinking pale bitter with tangy citrus hoppiness. Perfect supping beer.
119Boondoggle4.2Brewed with the finest English pale malt, First Gold and Fuggles hops. Hoppy aroma with a citrus punch. Well-balanced, moreish fruity taste.
120Fortyniner4.9Rich and golden craft ale. Light, fresh hop bouquet, rounded malt in the mouth with strong hop balance and bittersweet finish.
121Old Thumper5.1The wild boar of beer, a copper coloured full-flavoured strong ale. Peppery, spicy aroma with a hint of apple.

Sherfield Village Brewery

122TBA3.9Brewed with multiple hops, added throughout the boil for a well-rounded beer with a good bitter finish.
123Green Hop IPA4.8Rich, deep and complex copper-coloured bitter with green hops used at the end for a fresh, vinous character.
124Pioneer Stout5.0A black, black stout, packed with chocolate malt and Pioneer hops, and a hint of vanilla.
125IPA 20175.5Strong, fruity and delicious. A bit of colour, so not as pale as some, but tastier than most!
126Butcher’s Brew4.9Brewed for Stefan’s Butchers in Wokingham, this ale combines English, New Zealand and American hops in a full-flavoured malty brew. Despite its name, it is vegan-friendly, only ever casked unfined.

Siren Craft Brew

127Yu Lu3.6A loose-leaf pale ale brewed with Earl Grey tea and lemon zest. With thanks to Grantleys for sponsoring this barrel
128Undercurrent4.5Spicy, grassy aromas and a taste of grapefruit and apricot, part pale ale, part oats and part caramel. Hops are Cascade and PalisadeWith thanks to WDT Alarms for sponsoring this barrel
129Broken Dream6.5Blends smoke and coffee aromas with chocolate, milk and oats to create something thick, velvety and slick.

Southsea Brewing Co.

130Casemate IPA5.4Brewed with over one kilo of hops per barrel, this bold IPA is loaded with flavour.
131Lights Out5.2A best-of-both brew: All the juicy hops of an IPA, with the dark-roasted malts of a porter.
132Weisscaps5.3A German-style wheat beer.

Surrey Hills

133Ranmore3.8A straw-coloured extremely moreish session beer that has a surprisingly full flavour for its strength.
134Shere Drop4.2The brewery’s flagship beer is pale in colour with a subtle hint of grapefruit and lemon in the aroma.
135Greensand4.6A real hop monster. Despite a relatively modest ABV for an IPA, this beer delivers an explosion of hops in every sense.
136Collusion5.2An eclectic collection of aromatic and flavoursome hops melded to a solid pale malt backbone, with citrus and tropical characteristics.

Suthwyk

137Skew Sunshine Ale4.6A fresh, straw coloured ale with a citrus flavour and a light bitterness.
138Old Dick3.8Old English hops and Southwick malted barley are used to commemorate brewer Dick Olding
139Land of Hop and Glory4.5Traditional English Fuggles, Goldings, and Brewer’s Gold hops give a soft bitterness and spicy aroma to this full-bodied ale.
140Liberation4.2This beer is light and spritzy with blackcurrant overtone.

Triple fff

141Alton’s Pride3.8Traditional amber bitter, full and clean tasting, initially malty then citrus fruit.
142Citra Sonic4.4Super aromatic grapefruit and pine aroma with some sweet malt followed by the flavour of pineapple more grapefruit and tropical fruits. Big and pungent with a robust bitterness.
143Moondance4.2American Cascade hops create a wonderfully aromatic floral nose balanced by a gentle bitterness with a hint of sweetness.
144Hunky Dory4.7A tawny brown best bitter using Progress, Bramling Cross, Minstrel and Bobek hops for a complex English style hop profile and Maris Otter and Crystal malts for a clean malty flavour.
145Pressed Rat & Warthog3.8Ruby coloured, coffee, chocolate aroma with hints of dried fruits and sour cherry leads to a soft yet full roast flavour, fruit and malt vying with the rounded hoppy bittersweet finish.

Upham Brewery

146Tipster3.6Golden and light, honey flavours with a thirst-quenching clean finish.
147Punter4.0Rich ochre in colour, hints of syrup and toasted grain, a hoppy, dry finish.
148Autumn Leaves4.3Ruby red in colour with aromas of sweet malts and hops. Brewed with oats to give a soft, smooth body.
149Boomerang4.3Using ‘Double Roasted Malt, this ale has flavours reminiscent of raisins and hazelnuts. Hops are sourced from America and New Zealand.With thanks to Westech Cars for sponsoring this barrel

Urban Island Brewing

150DSB4.6Dolly’s Special Bitter, a light refreshing summer ale.
151Porter 285.0A combination of seven malts giving gentle hints of smokiness and chocolate with a roasted finish. 
152High and Dry5.5An American hopped IPA with an earthy base and citrus finish.

Vibrant Forest

153Black Forest4.9Well balanced and sessionable, it begins with a strong pine citrus aroma which moves to a bright hoppy flavour on the palate. Firm bitterness on a golden malty base lingering long enough to make you demand more!
154Flying Saucer4.3Well balanced and sessionable, it begins with a strong pine citrus aroma which moves to a bright hoppy flavour on the palate. Firm bitterness on a golden malty base lingering long enough to make you demand more!
155Cydonia4.7Heavy atmosphere of grapefruit groves and pine forests. A balanced bitterness and a new world of flavour.
156Kaleidoscope6.5Fresh hops bursting with fruitiness fill the senses. Rich yellow and gold colours, and a mellow bitterness.
157Castanea Dual Hop4.5Showcasing the talents of Mosaic and Centennial hops.
158Cambrian Root5.1This dark beer begins with smooth waves of chocolate and gently roasted coffee beans before a sudden and explosive burst of rich liquorice.

West Berkshire Brewery

159Good Old Boy4.0Rich malts and fruity hops combine to produce a very popular well-balanced and full-flavoured beer.
160Dr Hexter’s Healer5.0Full-bodied and highly hopped, this award-winning ale is packed with rich flavours and marmalade zestiness.
161Mr Swift’s Pale Ale4.0Fragrantly hoppy, light and refreshing.
162Magg’s Magnificent Mild3.8A traditional-style, deliciously dark mild. Full of roast malt flavours coupled with a smooth mouthfeel and gentle sweetness.

Wild Weather Ales

163Betrayal4.0First comes waves of limes and pineapple, followed by mangos and oranges, leaving the mouth coated with a full hop sensation. Unfined.
164Shepherds Warning5.6The flavour begins soft and smooth, building to a wonderful big hit of hoppy grapefruit, peach and mango. Unfined.
165Cry of the Upstarts4.2A forward-thinking amber coloured English ale. Unfined.
166Breakfast at Sicily’s5.4Lemons, limes & coconuts caress the palate taking your mind to the med and filling it with memories. The sharp hit from Sorachi lets you know that hops are still present in this beast.
167Skadoosh11.0Pours hazy gold with a small white head. Aroma is fresh and fruity. Taste is smooth, fruity, hiding the strength quite well. Some apricot, caramel, orange.With thanks to The Soldiers Return for sponsoring this barrel

Craft Beers

No.Beer NameABV (%)Style/Description

Andwell Brewing Co.

1Pilsner4.8European-style pilsner from Hampshire, brewed using Washington State’s finest Cascade hops.

Fullers

2London Pride (Unfiltered)5.0A dry-hopped and unfiltered version of the well-loved cask ale.
3Sierra Nevada4.1Pours a pale straw colour with aromas of pine needles and grapefruit. Pleasant hop flavours balanced by a touch of caramel malt.
4Frontier4.5Described as a “small batch craft lager”.

Hogs Back Brewery

5Hogstar4.5Matured for over a month, this version of an ‘old-style English’ lager has a greater depth of flavour and aroma.

London Road Brewhouse

6Hoptopus4.5American-style pale ale, straw coloured, slight bitter tropical fruit finish.
7Death’s Head4.7A malt-heavy English Stout that has a strong initial fruity flavour. Think raisins and dates, followed by a roast after taste.

Siren Craft Brew

8Sound Wave5.6A West Coast IPA: golden, immensely hoppy and alive with grapefruit, peach and mango flavours.
9Calypso5.8A tart, spritzy Berliner-style sour beer. Each batch is dry-hopped differently.
10Liquid Mistress4.0A West coast red IPA: burnt raisins and crackers balanced by citrus.

Unity Brewing

11Quorum5.5A tribute to the Abbey brown ales of Belgium. The brewery has added their own ‘signature’ by infusing organic cacao nibs and green cardamom.
12Collusion6.2Very pale and juicy IPA in the modern style, brewed with 25% spelt malt and then whirlpool- and dry-hopped with Mosaic and Columbus.
13Trans Europe Espresso6.2A collaboration with Vibrant Forest Brewery, this ale compliments the wonderful characters of a 2nd generation yeast, and has added locally-roasted Rwandan coffee from local roasters SOroast.

Upham Brewery

14UB55.0Matured for five weeks before kegging, this full-bodied balanced craft ale uses five malts and five hops for an excellent malt base and hop bitterness.

Vibrant Forest

15Summerlands3.5Huge dry hopping lends great piney and citrus hoppy notes to this hoppy session ale.
16Kick-Start5.7It pours an opaque black with the aroma of dark roasted malts with a kick of espresso. The taste leads with full-bodied dark roasted coffee upfront, then oats inject a nice smooth texture to finish.
17Blackberry Zuur3.5The brewery alternates the recipe on every batch with seasonal fruits and American hops. This most recent batch has Mosaic hops which gives a creamy tropical flavour. Very refreshing and tart!
18Simcoe Single Hop Pale Ale5.0Showcasing the flavour profile of the Simcoe hop: Popular in American pale ales, with citrus, wood and herb notes.

Wild Weather Ales

19Bello Di Mamma6.0Vanilla and lactose make way for a rich Italian coffee centre. Notes of Amaretto and biscuit leave behind the memory of Mamma’s classic Tiramisu
20The Tropical6.0A hazy IPA with pineapple, mango and papaya juice. Unfined.
21First Person Fruiter5.0Lingering cherry & banana meets searing sour to discuss a treaty within the mouth. A complex blend of berries work alongside a light malt bill to create a complex sour.
22Dark Of Ages Past5.0Lingering Blueberry meets searing sour to discuss a treaty within the mouth. A complex blend of berries works alongside a light malt bill to create a complex sour. Unfined.
23Bragging Rights5.0er hazy New England IPA with low bitterness, creating a massive juicy experience loaded with Citra. Unfined.