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    • Draught Beer (Cask)

    • CASK: 4T's - Busman's Bitter (3.9%)

      CASK: 4T’s – Busman’s Bitter (3.9%)

      £3.20 per pint
      £1.60 per half

      A refreshing traditional bitter. Amber in colour created using black and crystal malts and a addition of dark Belgian candy sugar and hopped with the finest English hops to give toffee and light citrus notes.

    • CASK: Acorn - Old Moor Porter (4.4%)

      CASK: Acorn – Old Moor Porter (4.4%)

      £3.50 per pint
      £1.80 per half

      A full bodied victorian style porter with hints of liquorice. The initial bitterness gives way to a smooth, mellow finish.

    • CASK: Cwrw Ial - Berry Mild (4%)

      CASK: Cwrw Ial – Berry Mild (4%)

      £3.50 per pint
      £1.80 per half

      Dark ruby red in colour, full bodied mouth feel with slightly toasted notes. Then – because Cwrw Ial do things differently – they added a good measure of hand foraged Clwydian range blackberries.

    • CASK: Grey Trees - Afghan Pale Ale (5.4%)

      CASK: Grey Trees – Afghan Pale Ale (5.4%)

      £3.50 per pint
      £1.80 per half

      Crafted like an American pale ale and using Cascade, Citra and Simcoe hops. A tropical hop aroma, paired with the unique taste combination of these three distinctive hop varieties, making it both full in flavour and crisply thirst-quenching.

    • CASK: Rooster's - Highway 51 (3.7%)

      CASK: Rooster’s – Highway 51 (3.7%)

      £3.50 per pint
      £1.80 per half

      Brewed with a blend of Mosaic, Centennial and Rakau hops, juicy, tropical fruit flavours come to the fore in this dry-hopped, sessionable pale ale that’s backed up by a hint of citrus and a grapefruit finish.

    • Draught Beer (Keg)

    • KEG: Brouwerij Bosteels - Kwak (8.4%)

      KEG: Brouwerij Bosteels – Kwak (8.4%)

      £5.20 per 2/3rds
      £3.90 per half

      Kwak is an amber beer, which is relatively strong at 8.4% ABV. It gets its name from an 18th century innkeeper and brewer. Kwak is a warming beer with hints of liquorice and a slightly spicy character of coriander and hops.

    • KEG: Dupont - Saison Dupont (6.5%)

      KEG: Dupont – Saison Dupont (6.5%)

      £6.50 per pint
      £3.30 per half
      £2.20 per third

      Saison Dupont is a world classic beer and the yardstick for one of Belgium’s most important beer styles. It is the most admired AND imitated Saison in the world. A strong, vital yeast is key to full attenuation and thus to the style. Saison Dupont is straw colored with a dense creamy head. The nose is alive, like fresh raised bread, estery with citrus and spice notes. Full-bodied and malty, it sparkles on the palate and finishes with a zesty hop and citrus attack.

    • KEG: Geipel - Pilsner (4.6%)

      KEG: Geipel – Pilsner (4.6%)

      £4.00 per pint
      £2.00 per half

      German-style Pilsner which has a more subtle flavour and lighter colour than the traditional Czech style. A highly drinkable interpretation with noticeable but refined gentle bitterness. Brewed with top-quality German malt and only noble hops. Geipel don’t fine, filter or pasteurise giving it a fresh flavour

    • KEG: Rivington -Bucktoothed & Toothless (6%)

      KEG: Rivington -Bucktoothed & Toothless (6%)

      £5.00 per pint
      £2.50 per half

      West Coast IPA, Bitter, Piney, Resinous, hopped with Taiheke, Centennial, Citra & Columbus

    • KEG: S43 - How Do You Do Fellow Kids (8%)

      KEG: S43 – How Do You Do Fellow Kids (8%)

      £4.70 per 2/3rds
      £3.50 per half

      Sweet creamy malt provides a base for a big juicy hop profile of Mosaic, Ekuanot and Azacca. Hazy, very little bitterness, you’ll have no idea you’re drinking a DIPA until you’ve had 2 or 3 and your eyes start looking like Steve Buscemi’s.

    • KEG: Vault City - Plum Bakewell (7%)

      KEG: Vault City – Plum Bakewell (7%)

      £4.80 per 2/3rds
      £3.60 per half

      Fruit Sour. Juicy, dark stone fruit richness is balanced by the bright acidity of this Modern Sour Beer. The fruits are dolloped on a base of biscuity malt, infused with Madagascan vanilla and topped with a lavish dusting of almonds

    • KEG: Wylam - Imperial Macchiato (10%)

      KEG: Wylam – Imperial Macchiato (10%)

      £7.00 per 2/3rds
      £5.30 per half

      Double Hazelnut Praline Coffee Porter… This remodelled special edition would leave Bernard Quatermass dumbstruck and unarticulated! DOUBLE the hazelnut, DOUBLE the coffee with an extra edition of cacao and caramalts to deliver an opulent, deluxe, sumptuous, hedonistic, rich and costly consumable colossus

    • Belgian / Trappist

    • BELGIAN: Abbaye d'Orval - Orval (6.2%)

      BELGIAN: Abbaye d’Orval – Orval (6.2%)

      £3.60

      Very dry, herby beer which is ideal as an aperitif and characterised by a bouquet of fresh hops, with a fruity note and pronounced bitterness. As with other Trappist beers, the flavours will change depending upon the age of the beer and the temperature it is served at

    • BELGIAN: Abbaye de Rochefort - Triple Extra (8.1%)

      BELGIAN: Abbaye de Rochefort – Triple Extra (8.1%)

      £5.00

      Well known for their dark 6, 8 and 10 beers, the monks of Rochefort have released their first new beer since the 1950s. Triple Extra stands out with its golden blonde colour, citrus notes and spicy scent. This subtle blend of tradition and know-how will make you discover a refreshing beer that will delight the palate of beer lovers

    • BELGIAN: Boon - Geuze Mariage Parfait (8%)

      BELGIAN: Boon – Geuze Mariage Parfait (8%)

      £6.00

      95% mild Lambic, aged for at least three years and specially reserved for this purpose, and blended with 5% young Lambic. The soft, mildly sour berry taste harmonises with the oak barrels’ aromas in which the beer has ripened. The body speaks of vanilla followed by a bitter aftertaste of cloves that becomes increasingly intense. Sublime.

    • BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe - Delirium Nocturnum (8.5%)

      BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe – Delirium Nocturnum (8.5%)

      £4.80

      A warm velvety soft character beer with a strong taste and long lasting bitter aftertaste – Delirium Nocturnum is the sister Belgian ale to Delirium Tremens. It is a Belgian ale that is strong, complex, with lots of flavour and character

    • BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe - Delirium Tremens (8.5%)

      BELGIAN: Brouwerij Huyghe – Delirium Tremens (8.5%)

      £6.70

      The classic strong blonde – now in 500ml cans! With a particular character, the unique taste of results from the use of three different kinds of yeast. The result is a finish of peppery bitterness without aggression. 

    • BELGIAN: De Dolle - Dulle Teve (10%)

      BELGIAN: De Dolle – Dulle Teve (10%)

      £6.20

      Brewed in the tradition of a Belgian Triple. Its high density stems from large amounts of pale malt increased with pale candi sugar in the brew kettle. Unfiltered, unpasteurized, bottle-conditioned.

    • BELGIAN: De La Senne - Saison Du Mayboom (5.5%)

      BELGIAN: De La Senne – Saison Du Mayboom (5.5%)

      £4.60

      Summer beer par excellence, light and refreshing, it features rustic cereals (spelt, rye, and wheat) and ancient varieties of aromatic hops in dry-hopping.

    • BELGIAN: Dubuisson - Bush Caractère (12%)

      BELGIAN: Dubuisson – Bush Caractère (12%)

      £6.20

      The pronounced bitter-sweet taste of this beer, its gentle taste structure and characteristic amber colour are all due to the caramel malts used and the expertise and patience of the master brewer (the beer rests for four to six weeks). The high density – the proportion of malt – and the active house yeast make for one of the strongest Belgian beers, with an alcohol volume of 12%.

    • BELGIAN: Halve Maan - Brugse Bok (6.5%)

      BELGIAN: Halve Maan – Brugse Bok (6.5%)

      £4.30

      Brugse Bok finds its origin in the German and Dutch tradtions of the seasonal bock beers. The beer has a hazy brown colour and a sturdy foam collar. The aroma can be described as spicy and fruity. A slight bitterness is typical for the pallet of this beer, yet tastes of caramel and raisins can also be discovered.

    • BELGIAN: Halve Maan - Brugse Zot Blond (6%)

      BELGIAN: Halve Maan – Brugse Zot Blond (6%)

      £3.30

      Medium bodied and well rounded, malty-hoppy, blond speciality.

    • BELGIAN: Oud Beersel - Framboise (5%)

      BELGIAN: Oud Beersel – Framboise (5%)

      £6.90

      The authentic taste of Oude Lambiek and the fruity flavour of ripe raspberries, making a smooth natural beer. The use of real raspberried and lambic matured in wooden barrels, results in an exceptionally subtle and refreshing beer

    • BELGIAN: St Bernardus - Tripel (8%)

      BELGIAN: St Bernardus – Tripel (8%)

      £4.80

      Traditional abbey ale brewed in the classic “Triple” style of Belgium’s best Abbey Ales. It has a blond to pale amber color with a wonderful head, slightly sweet aroma and the orangey-grassy flavors of hops in the finish

    • BELGIAN: St. Benedictusabdij de Achelse - Trappist Achel 8 Blond (8%)

      BELGIAN: St. Benedictusabdij de Achelse – Trappist Achel 8 Blond (8%)

      £4.00

      A pale, strong, fruity, hoppy Trappist ale from one of Belgium’s six official abbey breweries. NOTE: One of the final batches of this beer produced as a genuine Trappist beer, after the retirement of the the last of the monastry’s monk-brewers.

    • BELGIAN: Van Honsebrouck - Kasteel Rouge (8%)

      BELGIAN: Van Honsebrouck – Kasteel Rouge (8%)

      £4.50

      This fruity beer makes a great aperitif on a sunny terrace. It’s certainly a beer for lovers of sweet cherries with an intense aroma of the fruit. The cherries get the better of the malt in the Kasteel Donker mother beer, although it contributes touches of chocolate and pepper to remind you it’s there.

    • BELGIAN: Verhaeghe - Duchesse De Bourgogne (6.2%)

      BELGIAN: Verhaeghe – Duchesse De Bourgogne (6.2%)

      £3.00

      This Flemish red from Verhaeghe is truly unique. The amber beer is brewed in the normal fashion and then put into oak barrels for many years to take on that oak character and turn slowly sour. It has a wonderful oak and cherry aroma, with a hint of balsamic vinegar. It starts beautifully sweet and melts away into a soft, sour cherry-like beer known as a Flemish Red.

    • BELGIAN: Westmalle Tripel (9.5%)

      BELGIAN: Westmalle Tripel (9.5%)

      £4.80

      This Trappist beer is clear and golden with a fruity aroma. It is soft and creamy and is known as the “mother of all triples”

    • NETHERLANDS: La Trappe - Dubbel (6.5%)

      NETHERLANDS: La Trappe – Dubbel (6.5%)

      £3.70
    • Craft Cans

    • CRAFT CAN: Overtone - Crystal Ball (11%)

      CRAFT CAN: Overtone – Crystal Ball (11%)

      £8.00 Drink In
      £7.00 Take Away

      TIPA triple dry hopped with cryo which is good enough for us. A huge tropical burst with a smooth dank finish will take your mind off the future and focus on whats in your hand. Hops: Citra, Citra Cryo, Idaho 7, Idaho 7 Cryo, Strata

    • CRAFT CAN: Overtone - Dusty Miller Stout (11%)

      CRAFT CAN: Overtone – Dusty Miller Stout (11%)

      £7.90 Drink In
      £6.90 Take Away

      Impy Stout inspired by an American ice cream! Expect Vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, Vanilla syrup and malted milk. Creating an Ice Cream Sundae in a can!

    • CRAFT CAN: Overtone - Motueka, I'm Home (8.5%)

      CRAFT CAN: Overtone – Motueka, I’m Home (8.5%)

      £7.10 Drink In
      £6.10 Take Away

      Honey DIPA. A nice thick body with a burst of lemon and lime flavours, perfectly balanced with the sweetness of the golden honey. Hops: Motueka, Columbus Adjuncts: Honey

    • CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse - Cadence (4.5%)

      CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse – Cadence (4.5%)

      £4.60 Drink In
      £3.60 Take Away

      Soft and hazy pale ale brewed with Galaxy and Kohatu hops

    • CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse - DDH Fatlamp (5.4%)

      CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse – DDH Fatlamp (5.4%)

      £5.30 Drink In
      £4.30 Take Away

      Brewed with Mosaic and Waimea hops, Fatlamp is a full-bodied, hazy pale balancing tropical fruit, citrus and pine ahead of a firmly bitter finish. This special double dry hopped version includes an extra dose of Vic Secret for added dry-hop intensity

    • CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse - Pinniped (4.2%)

      CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse – Pinniped (4.2%)

      £4.50 Drink In
      £3.50 Take Away

      Modern West Coast pale ale hopped with Amarillo, Cascade and Simcoe. Notes of zesty citrus and pine ahead of a dry and bitter finish

    • CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse - Run For Cover (4.8%)

      CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse – Run For Cover (4.8%)

      £4.50 Drink In
      £3.50 Take Away

      Hazy, zesty pale ale brewed with Columbus, Cascade, Centennial and Simcoe

    • CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse - Scorched Earth (4.2%)

      CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse – Scorched Earth (4.2%)

      £4.30 Drink In
      £3.30 Take Away

      Scorched Earth is a Simcoe & Cascade pale ale with a balanced malt profile and a clean, bitter finish

    • CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse - The Serpent And The Worm (5%)

      CRAFT CAN: Wild Horse – The Serpent And The Worm (5%)

      £4.50 Drink In
      £3.50 Take Away

      Hoppy saison brewed with barley and wheat and a blend of Old and New World hops

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