Our full list of beers
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Victory Hop Devil IPA
Bold, spicy and menacingly delicious, this American hopped India Pale Ale offers an aromatic punch and then follows through with a lasting, full-bodied finish provided by quality German malts.
Victory Prima Pils
Heaps of hops are hiding under the full, frothy head of this elegant Pils. All German malt subtleties linger beneath a long dry finish - a classy quencher.
Victory Summer Love Ale (Seasonal)
German hops and pale malt blend beautifully to create this refreshing taste of summer. This light-bodied ale casts a golden hue reminiscent of the summer sun shining high above.
Victory Vital IPA
An IPA full of fresh, crisp and fruity notes driven by whole flower American hops and robust German malts. Aromas of pine, tropical fruits, and stone fruits precede intense, yet refreshing flavors in this light bodied, golden IPA.
Vocation Heart and Soul
Created to have all the hoppy goodness of an IPA, but brewed to a sessionable strength. Its intense fruit-salad character comes from generous additions of US West Coast hops. A full bodied and fruity beer, with notes of passion fruit, grapefruit, gooseberry, pineapple and mango.
Vocation Life and Death
Three kilos of hops and forty kilos of barley selflessly give their lives to brew every barrel of this beer. It’s a lot to ask, but their reincarnation as this life-affirming IPA makes their sacrifice worthwhile. A ballsy, US style IPA, expect flavours of tropical and citrus fruits, with a lingering bitterness set against a smooth malty backbone.
Vocation Pride and Joy
A classic, American style pale ale, Vocation's Pride and Joy is pale, crisp, very hoppy and aromatic. Robust hop flavours are layered over a balanced malty backbone. Initially soft to the palate, Pride and Joy builds to a generous, but clean bitterness. Flavours and aromas of mango, citrus, earthy pine, tropical fruit and blueberry.
Weihenstephaner Hefe Weiss
A naturally cloudy classic wheat beer with a wonderfully rich yeasty flavour. Pairs well with light foods which are not too strongly flavoured.
A speciality of the Weihenstephaner brewery, a real thirst quenching beer. A clear wheat beer which pairs well with fish and lightly flavoured foods.
A dark, reddish-brown beer with a creamy, fragrant head. The flavour is rich and complex, herby and fruity with a fresh-bitter finish.
A clear, golden yellow beer with a fruity aroma and nuanced hop scent; an exceptional beer, with a great deal of finesse and elegance.
Westons Caple Road Cider
The UK's first canned cider produced with genuine craft credentials. Slowly fermented fresh pressed English apple juice, absolutely no concentrate, this is small batch production by the independent Westons cider makers. Matured for up to 18 months in both oak and stainless steel vats, its an uncompromising and challenging cider, with taste and flavour at its heart.
Westons Wyld Wood Organic Cider
Westons has produced organic cider for over 15 years and Wyld Wood is a brand that comes straight from the heart of their values. Westons Cider’s organic orchards are sustainably managed to preserve and enhance nature until the apples and pears are ready for picking. The company nurtures its old orchards and has been planting new organic orchards, working with the Soil Association and the Wildlife Trusts.
Wiper & True
PLEASE NOTE: Wiper & True beers will be regularly changing - please refer to our LIMITED BEER BOARD for current availability.
Worthington White Shield
An original India Pale Ale dating back to the 1820s, now known as one of the oldest surviving examples of an IPA. Bottle conditioned, the beer can mature for up to three years and is the closest thing to cask ale in a bottle. A multi-award winning beer including nine CAMRA Champion Bottled Beer of Britain awards.
Considered to be the best and most premium of all Polish beers, it has been brewed exclusively in the town of Zywiec in Southern Poland since 1856.