Draft beers

  • Camden Pale Ale

    Heaps of flavour and heaps of hops, this Pale Ale packs a proper punch

    Pint
    Pale Ale
    4.0%
    British

    £4.60
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  • Aspall – Harry Sparrow

    Medium dry and sessionable with a floral aroma and cedar overtones of apples.

    Pint
    Dry Cider
    4.6%
    British

    £3.60
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  • Beavertown – Bloody ‘Ell

    A smack of citrus with hints of warm blood orange aromas brought on by refined malt bill and loads of juicy hops. All hail Bloody ‘Ell!

    2/3 Pint
    Blood Orange IPA
    7.2%
    British

    £4.80
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  • Beavertown – Gamma Ray

    The concept was to create a juicy tropical beer. A brew you can sit on and drink all day, rammed with juicy malts and huge tropical aromas of mango and grapefruit. Massive additions of whole leaf American hops are added in ever increasing numbers at the end of the boil giving huge hop flavour. The beer is then dry hopped for days, driving the punchy aromas so you can smell it from miles away! Style American Pale Ale

    Pint
    American Pale Ale
    5.4%
    British

    £4.90
    Gamma-Ray
  • Berliner Pilsner

    Lightly Carbonated German-Style Pilsner

    Pint
    Pilsner
    5.0%
    German

    £3.90
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World beers

  • Pale Ale – Cloudwater

    A spring/summer pale that ups the oats for more texture and body. The hop profile includes Galaxy backed up with Vic Secret and Mosaic.

    440ml
    Pale Ale
    3.5%
    England

    £5.50
    Cloudwater Pale
  • Don’t Gose Towards The Light! – To Øl

    The sadness will last forever, forever, forever, ever, forever ever?

    330ml
    Gose
    3.5%
    Denamrk

    £5.20
    Sadness
  • Headband – Verdant

    Extra pale and pale juicy beer, mmmm.

    330ml
    APA
    5.5%
    England

    £4.80
    Verdant
  • Occultist – BrewDog

    Chocolate milkshake, roasty espresso and mellow vanilla blend into one in a smooth, full-bodied beer that is rich, deep and rewarding.

    330ml
    Stout
    8%
    Scotland

    £5.50
    Occultlist
  • Tap Type – Magic Rock

    Fermented the beer with our house yeast and went big with Citra and Mosaic dry hopping giving tons of juicy Mango and Citrus flavours and a sweet full-bodied finish.

    500ml
    APA
    6%
    England

    £6.20
    Magic Rock
  • Nomad Er Weisse – Evil Twin

    Inspired by the Berliner-weisse of old, and the nomad rests. Enjoy this beer, here, there, perhaps north of Madison Square Park, in lovely New York City. Wherever you are, this beer was made nice, simply for you.

    340ml
    Weisse
    4%
    England

    £4.50
    Evil Twin NOMADer
  • Little Bastard Ale – Stone

    This is an aggressive beer. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth.

    330ml
    Amber Ale
    4.7%
    Germany

    £4.50
    Little Bastard
  • Espressway – Two Roads

    Cold-brewed coffee oatmeal stout that uses a locally-roasted Ethiopian/Sumatran blend of coffee beans (under pressure like espresso).

    355ml
    Stout
    6.5%
    USA

    £4.80
    Two Roads Espressway
  • Sleeping Lemons – Wild Beer Co

    Moderately carbonated with a very light body and semi-dry finish, this Gose is easy like a beautiful Sunday morning.

    330ml
    Gose
    3.6%
    England

    £4.50
    Sleeping Lemons
  • Superluminal – Buxton

    Buxton & Stillwater’s sour IPA is hopped with Citra, Mosaic and Simcoe. Its flavours enchant the senses like a moonlight sonata, its sourness surprises and its grasp on your soul never ceases.

    330ml
    Sour IPA
    7%
    England

    £5.60
    SuperLuminal
  • Pipe Wrench – Gigantic

    Aged in Ransom Old Tom Gin Barrels. This tasty, refreshing beer is a blend of bright citrus and fruity hops, juniper, spice, and oak.

    650ml
    IPA
    8%
    USA

    £12.00
    Gigantic Brewing Co
  • Common Ground – Magic Rock

    A full bodied, decadently smooth coffee beer in collaboration with local roaster Dark Woods. 7 different malts combine with 7 different coffees added at 3 different points during the brew to create a sweet toffee, rich fruit and chocolate depth, accented with notes of vanilla, and hazelnut

    330ml
    Porter
    5.4%
    England

    £4.20
    Common Grounds
  • Ace Edge – Buxton

    This beer has a pale straw-amber body, and pours with a full creamy head. Its complex flavours include mandarin orange, schnapps, pineapple, and juicy tropical fruits. It is warmingly alcoholic with a dry finish.

    330ml
    IPA
    6.8%
    England

    £4.50
    Ace Edge
  • Elusive Brewing – Sphere Of Destiny (Mosaic)

    Golden colour, pine & tangerine aroma, good balance of piney hops & bready malts with dank blueberry flavour & a hoppy piney aftertaste

    330ml
    Session IPA
    4.4%
    England

    £4.80
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  • Buxton / To Øl – Sky Mountain

     

    This collaboration between Buxton Brewery and  TO ØL is a sour thirst quencher. It will cleanse your thirst buds, straighten your back and make you ready for one more round.

    330ml
    Sour
    4.9%
    Denmark

    £4.20
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  • BBNO – Gose

    A mixed fermentation sour wheat beer brewed with salt and coriander.

    750ml
    Gose
    4.3%
    England

    £8.00
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  • BBNO – Table Saison

    Table Saison has a complex recipe balancing a variety of flavours and textures. Crisp carbonation brightens the soft grist of pils malt, oats and spelt wheat; whilst the use of  Sicilian lemon juice and zest before fermentation brings a rounded, almost tart finish.

    330ml
    Saison
    3.5%
    England

    £4.00
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  • Evil Twin – Wet Dream

    This is truly a beautiful brown ale boosted with a delightful aroma of citrus, spice and gourmet Keini, Kenya Beans from The Coffee Collective. Close your eyes and let the drops do the talking.

    Pint
    Brown Ale
    6%
    America

    £5.50
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  • Wild Beer Co – Pogo

    This beer combines a boldly hopped pale ale, brimming with Tropical fruit character from southern hemisphere hops. These flavours and aromas are then augmented by adding 3 of Brett’s favourite fruits: Passion-fruit, Orange and Guava.

    330ml
    Pale Ale
    4.1%
    British

    £4.20
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  • Partizan – Porter

    Dark ruby red, medium dry, caramel, coffee, milk chocolate.

    330ml
    Porter
    6%
    British

    £4.80
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  • Cloudwater – Mittelfrüh

    Cloudwater’s changing-hop core lager, this rendition using Mittelfrüh hops.

    330ml
    Lager
    4.8%
    British

    £4.60
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  • Mikkeller – 1000 IBU

    Like your beer bitter? Getting tired of inventing zesty kitchen tricks trying to spike your beer in search for that fulfilling kick in the palate? Look no further as 1000 IBU was brewed to satisfy all hop-heads with a craving for some serious back-burning action.

    330ml
    Double IPA
    9.6%
    Denmark

    £5.80
    1000 ibu
  • Mikkeller Gluten Free

    Mikkeller introduces the American Dream, a Lager with plenty of US-hops. On the Danish market it’s called The American Dream, while it is called The Danish Dream for the American market.

    330ml
    Lager
    4.6%
    Denmark

    £4.80
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  • Wiper and True – Winter Palace

    Wiper And True’s first imperial stout. Need we say more? However, if you would like to know more: expect a rich and highly rewarding brew overflowing chocolate, coffee and dark berry flavours. Perfect for savouring beside the fire in your very own palace this winter.

    330ml
    Stout
    9.1%
    British

    £4.80
    Wiper-and-true-Winter-Palace
  • Anchor – Go West! IPA

    This brew pours bright, clear golden color with light tan head, has strong tropical and citrus fruit aromas balanced by the spiky freshness of pine needles.

    355ml
    IPA
    6.7%
    American

    £3.80
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  • Evil Twin – Hop Flood

    On a beautiful summer night in July an apocalyptic tidal surge flooded the famous Ølbutikken in Copenhagen and drowned thousands of precious beer – Hop Flood is a bitter tribute to the heroic bottles that didn’t make it.

    355ml
    Amber Ale
    7.0%
    American

    £5.20
    hop flood
  • Tuatara – ITI

    ITI (te reo Maori for “small”) uses US hops base but its lighter malt base showcases the hop flavour and brings the beer in at a very friendly 3.3% alc/vol, creating the perfect sessionable APA.

    330ml
    APA
    3.3%
    New Zealand

    £4.20
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  • Samichlaus

    Samichlaus is only brewed once a year, on December 6 (which is the day of Saint Nicholas), which makes it a relatively rare brew. It is in the style of a Bavarian Doppelbock, and undergoes unusually long fermentation by traditional cold lagering over a ten-month period, leaving very little residual sugar in the final beer.

    330ml
    Doppelbock
    14.0%
    Austria

    £7.80
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  • Hoxton Stout

    A deep black dry stout, topped with a fine tan head. Complex malt flavours from the chocolate malt and roasted barley treading a delicate balance between bitterness and sweetness. A blend of Chinook, Columbus and Cascade hops provide the perfect compliment to the espresso and chocolate notes from the dark malts.

    330ml
    Stout
    6.0%
    British

    £4.00
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  • Houblon Chouffe

    An Indian Pale Ale, characterised by a harmonious balance between a pleasant fruitiness and pronounced bitterness by using three types of hops. Houblon Chouffe is an unfiltered beer which is refermented both in the bottle and in barrels.

    330ml
    Belgian IPA
    9.0%
    Belgian

    £5.40
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  • Arrogant Bastard Ale

    This is an aggressive beer. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. We would suggest that you stick to safer and more familiar territory—maybe something with a multimillion-dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it’s made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless fizzy yellow beer will give you more sex appeal. Perhaps you think multimillion-dollar ad campaigns make a beer taste better. Perhaps you’re mouthing your words as you read this.

    500ml
    American Strong Ale
    7.2%
    American

    £5.50
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  • Erdinger – Dunkel

    This elegant wheat beer has a lustrous, deep dark-brown appearance in the glass. The first sip reveals a harmonious symphony of carefully selected wheat and barley malts with exquisite Hallertau aroma hops. The taste buds detect hints of caramel, nuts and fresh bread. An unmistakable top-fermenting accent is provided by Erdinger’s traditional yeast.

    500ml
    Dunkelweisse
    5.3%
    German

    £4.00
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  • Hitachino – Espresso Stout

    Espresso stouts are everywhere; it’s true. Yet a good one doesn’t try to hide its flaws with big flavours. Instead, each note is highlighted in what seems to be a choreographed dance. The Japanese Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout is one of the good ones.

    330ml
    Coffee Stout
    7.0%
    Japan

    £5.50
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  • Brick Lane Lager

    Cold fermented lager combining British lager malt, American hops and true lager yeast to create a truly crisp, refreshing beer. Pale and dry, with overtones of citrus fruits, some grassy freshness, and a wonderful assertive clean bitterness to finish.

    330ml
    Lager
    5.0%
    British

    £3.50
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  • Schofferhofer

    Now that you’ve discovered the new unique taste of our beer, we salute your ways to keep it fresh. As an original – the first to combine Hefeweizen beer and grapefruit juice, we’d like to introduce you to the “proper” pronunciation of our unusual and challenging name: Chauffeur + ah + (The) Hoff + ah

    500ml
    Grapefruit Hefeweizen
    2.5%
    German

    £3.00
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  • Timmermans – Kriek

    From the cherry tree’s transient flowers, its fruits ripen – round, red and packed with sunshine.

    Timmermans Kriek is brewed by adding natural juice to lambic beer, a blend that is then fermented in oak barrels. After which it is bottled.

    330ml
    Cherry Lambic
    4.0%
    Belgium

    £3.80
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  • Erdinger – Alkoholfrei

    A cool glass of Erdinger Alkoholfrei not only tastes fantastic, but is also healthy – thanks to the vitamins B12 and folic acid, as well as the polyphenols it contains.

    500ml
    Wheat Beer
    0.5%
    German

    £2.50
    erdinger
  • Jever – Fun

    Jever Fun is brewed as the full alcoholic Jever Pilsner and only then, when the taste has developed, is the alcohol gently removed leaving less than 0.5% alcohol-by-volume.

    330ml
    Pilsner
    0.5%
    German

    £2.50
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  • Schneider Tap 6 – Aventinus

    Full-bodied, dark ruby coloured, intense and full of fire, warming, balanced and smooth. Bavaria’s oldest wheat doppelbock – since 1907! Its powerful body in combination with its malt-aromatic sweetness provides genuine pleasure – an ingenious combination, perfectly drinkable. Cheers – to this day! It goes well with hearty fare, roasts and sweet desserts.

    500ml
    Doppelbock
    8.2%
    Germany

    £5.20
    aventinus
  • Mongozo – Gluten Free

    Mongozo Premium Pilsener is a German Pilsener style beer, it’s Gluten Free, Organic and Fair Trade!

    330ml
    Pilsner
    5.0%
    Belgium

    £4.00
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  • Beavertown Neck Oil

    Every day, all day, easy drinking, go to IPA.

    330ml
    Session IPA
    4.3%
    British

    £3.80
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  • La Trappe Blond

    This delightful golden ale boasts a rich, fruity and fresh aroma. With a light malty and sweet taste, it has a soft bitterness with a delicate aftertaste. A well-balanced blend of complexity and simplicity. La Trappe Blond continues to ferment in the bottle.

    330ml
    Trappist Blonde
    6.5%
    Scandanavian

    £4.00
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  • La Trappe Witte

    The first and only Trappist white beer in the world, La Trappe Witte is a fresh thirst quencher with a refined character. This product is unfiltered and undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle using traditional ingredients.

    330ml
    Trappist White
    5.5%
    Scandanavian

    £3.60
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  • Schneider Weiss

    With its amber-mahogany colouring and streaked with fine top-fermented yeast, this beer has a fine, persistent head that adheres well to the glass. It is pleasantly fruity with a typical top-fermented smell, an aroma of clove and nutmeg apple tantalizes the nose. On the tongue it is fresh, clean, full-bodied, harmonious and well-balanced. It finishes with a light, delicate taste of bitters leaving behind a sour impression.

    500ml
    Hefeweizen
    5.4%
    German

    £4.50
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  • Erdinger

    A wheat beer for those who love outstanding wheat beer flavour the undisputed classic in the Erdinger product range. Brewed according to a traditional recipe and in strict accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law, the beer is still bottle-fermented in the traditional way taking three to four weeks to mature.

    500ml
    Hefeweizen
    5.3%
    German

    £4.00
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  • Buxton Axe Edge

    A full flavoured, strong India Pale Ale. Now hopped with Amarillo, Citra and Nelson Sauvin. This beer has a pale straw-amber body, and pours with a full creamy head. Its complex flavours include mandarin orange, schnapps, pineapple, and juicy tropical fruits. It is warmingly alcoholic with a dry finish.

    330ml
    India Pale Ale
    6.8%
    British

    £4.00
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  • Beavertown Gamma Ray

    Rammed with juicy malts and huge tropical aromas of mango and grapefruit, with massive additions of whole leaft American hops added in ever increasing numbers at the end of the boil – punchy aromas you can smell from miles away!

    330ml
    American Pale Ale
    5.4%
    British

    £3.80
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  • Tripel Karmeliet

    A very refined golden-to-bronze beer with a fantastic creamy head, the lightness and freshness of wheat, the creaminess of oats together with a spicy-lemony dryness.

    330ml
    Three Grain Tripel
    8.4%
    Belgian

    £4.00
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  • Kwak

    A malty aroma and a slightly spicy character (think coriander and hops), very mellow with a fruity attack and a slightly spicy character; hints of liquorice passing into a warm finish that reminds you of caramelised banana.

    330ml
    Amber Ale
    8.0%
    Belgian

    £4.20
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  • Mongozo – Mango

    Mongozo Mango has the sweet flavours of fresh mango – light and exceedingly refreshing! It’s a great beer to enjoy on a warm summer evening.

    330ml
    Fruit Beer
    3.6%
    Belgian

    £4.00
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  • Delirium Red

    Deep dark red colour with a light pink, compact and lacing head. The aroma of Delirium Red is soft and fruity with hints of almond and mildly sour cherries, whilst the flavour is a balance between sweet and sour.

    330ml
    Cherry Beer
    8.0%
    Belgian

    £4.90
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  • Delirium Tremens

    The particular character and the unique taste result from the use of three different kinds of yeast. Its very original packing, which resembles cologne ceramics, and the colourful label contribute to its success.

    330ml
    Strong Pale Ale
    8.5%
    Belgian

    £4.90
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  • Chimay Blue

    Principally distinguished by its character of a strong beer. This is a beer whose fragrance of fresh yeast with a light, flowery rosy touch is especially pleasant. Its flavour, noticed when tasting it, only accentuates the pleasant sensations perceived in the aroma , while revealing a light but pleasant touch of roasted malt.

    330ml
    Strong Dark Ale
    9.0%
    Belgian

    £4.90
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  • Pabst Blue Ribbon

    A premium lager crafted with a hefty infusion of 6-row barley and Pacific hops blended with an imported Yugoslavian variety. Fermented with a pure culture of yeast and aged at high gravity, Blue Ribbon is cellared and finished to the smooth, robust likeness of a fine Pilsner.

    355ml
    Hipster Lager
    4.7%
    American

    £3.50
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  • Flying Dog – Raging Bitch

    Flying Dog’s 20th Anniversary beer, an American IPA augmented with Belgian yeast, Raging Bitch is dangerously drinkable and has a delicate hop bitterness.

    355ml
    Belgian Stlye IPA
    8.3%
    American

    £5.40
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  • Flying Dog – Snake Dog

    A Colorado-style India Pale Ale, power hopped with speciality hops from the Pacific Northwest. This is the brewery’s hop monster and the citrus fruit aroma will hypnotize the senses!

    355ml
    India Pale Ale
    7.1%
    American

    £4.00
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  • Brooklyn Lager

    Brooklyn Lager has won numerous awards, beginning with first place at the Great American Beer Tasting in 1989. A superb balance of sweet malt and crisp bitter hops. Dry hopped for more flavour.

    355ml
    Amber Lager
    5.2%
    American

    £3.50
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