Drinks List Wines & Beers

This wine list has been laid out by wine style to make your wine selection easier. If you know which style you enjoy you will find them grouped together giving you a selection to choose from, alternatively our staff are always happy to advise you on your wine selection.
Please note that vintages may change through the year. Please ask if you have a specific query.

Champagne, Sparkling & Rosé Wines

  • Nyetimber Classic Cuvée 2009, West Sussex, England – 125ml £8.50, £49.00 Pale gold, great clarity and tiny bubbles. Aromas of fresh melon, meyer lemon, proving bread, sweet pea flowers & vanilla followed by fresh apricot and melon flavours on the palate.
  • Domaine Karanika Brut Cuvee Speciale 2015, Florina, Greece - 125ml £8.50,£45.00 The Greek grape Xinomavro that is used to make this wine has all the necessary characteristics to produce great sparkling. It is no coincidence that many compare it with Pinot Noir, one of the main varieties in Champagne. Try a glass as a delightful aperitif. Intense, fruity, yet still crisp. It’s the ideal alternative to prosecco.
  • Bouché Père et Fils Grande Réserve Brut Vintage 2004 Champagne – 125ml £8.00, £42.50Selected exclusively from Grand Cru vineyards. This wine is fully mature has been aged for six years on the lees, giving it great aromatic complexity, fine bubbles and aromas of dried fruit, brioche and honey.
  • Taittinger Brut Réserve NV Champagne – £51.00 This Brut Reserve is Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, which gives it a light, delicate and elegant mouth feel on the palate. It is dry, fresh and balanced with a green fruit and citrus character.
  • Ruinart Blanc de Blanc NV, Champagne- £85.00 Made using only Chardonnay grapes this luminous pale gold Champagne has fine, light, long-lasting bubbles. Fresh citrus fruits, white flower and peach aromas on the nose lead to it fluctuating between freshness, suppleness and fullness in the mouth.
  • Louis Roederer Brut Vintage 2008, Champagne- £125.00 A blend of 66% Pinot Noir and 34% Chardonnay, this Champagne spends an average of four years on its lees. Golden straw colour with bronze highlights and a light, lively nose with the fragrance of ripe fruit. A warm succulent palate with hints of tarte tatin and brioche dipped in honey.
  • Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé NV, Champagne - £85.00Perrier-Jouët is a small boutique Champagne producer founded in 1811 following the marriage of Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and Adele Jouët. Since then it has enjoyed a passionate following from the royal courts of Queen Victoria and Napoleon III as well as Coco Chanel, Grace Kelly and Oscar Wilde. Intensely salmon-pink with copper highlights, elegant aromas of raspberry, wild strawberry and rose petals. Red fruits and citrus flavours rest on a fine, steady stream of bubbles.
  • Piper-Heidsieck Cuvée Sublime Demi-Sec Champagne NV – 125ml £8.00, £45.00 This off dry Champagne is fresh and well-structured, the palate shows notes of caramel, pineapple and exotic fruits: with vanilla and cinnamon accents. It is a wonderful aperitif for those who like a sweeter style and great with desserts.
  • Left Field Rosé 2015, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand 125ml- £4.45, 175ml- £6.65, 250ml - £8.85, £26.50 A blend of Merlot, Pinotage (more commonly found in South Africa) and Arneis (a northern Italian white). Elegant coral pink rosé with strawberry, cranberry and raspberry fruit character with a fresh finish. A beautiful medium bodied rose..
  • Rosé d’Anjou, J. Tourville 2016 – Loire Valley – 125ml £4.30, 175ml £6.50, 250ml £8.65, £25.00 A medium dry rosé made from Grolleau grapes. This rich fruity wine displays hints of strawberry sweetness and a balanced acidity.
  • Three Choirs Estate Rosé 2015, Gloucestershire – England – 125ml £4.45 175ml £6.50, 250ml £8.65, £25.00Using the grape varieties, Seyval Blanc, Triomphe and Regent . A light aroma of strawberries and summer fruits. This delivers a delicious, slightly off-dry wine with a fresh jammy character on soft delicate fruit.

White Wines

  • Tenuta del Porconero Fiano 2015/16, Paestum, Italy 125ml - £4.85, 175ml- £7.25, 250ml-£9.70, £29.00 Organically-grown Fiano grapes are hand-harvested from the Cannito vineyard, situated on slopes looking out over the Gulf of Salerno. The grapes are soft pressed to gain aromatics from the skins; the wine is then aged on its lees until the following summer. It shows a floral nose with green apple, pear and jasmine on the palate alongside citrus and savoury notes to follow. The ideal alternative to Pinot Grigio.
  • Knightor Single Vineyard Bacchus 2014,Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, England £42.00 A brilliant British expression of Bacchus. The grapes are picked on two separate dates in October, 10 days apart. The earlier picking displays wonderful fresh grass and gooseberry characters, while the later picking is richer, showing abundant tropical fruit. The blend of the two pickings results in a complex nose bursting with ripe fruit. The palate is equally exciting! Refreshing acidity, elegant and full of flavour.
  • Picpoul de Pinet Les Girelles 2016, Jean-Luc Colombo, France 125ml- £4.45, 175ml - £6.65, 250ml - £8.85, £26.50 The village of Pinet is built on a limestone plateau perfect for growing picpoul grapes. A rich, mouth-filling wine with notes of fresh flowers and ripe summer stone fruit and melon.
  • Chablis 1er Cru Mont de Milieu 2013, J. Moreau et Fils, Burgundy, France £50.00“If you’re standing still, you’re going backwards” is a maxim well understood at J. Moreau et Fils. Established in 1814, this Chablis house already had an excellent international reputation for producing great wines and continues to develop its capabilities. A dry, and steely wine that retains elements of fruit and finesse, from a Premier Cru vineyard.
  • Three Choirs “The English House” 2014, Gloucestershire, England 125ml- £4.30, 175ml-£6.50, 250ml- £8.65, £25A delicate crisp wine with a fresh dry finish. Fresh cut grass and gooseberry on the nose with beautiful citrus on the palate. Produced from vines only 60 minutes up the M5. A house favourite.
  • Gavi di Gavi la Toledana 2015/16, Domini Villa Lanata – Italy £32.00 A refreshing gooseberry and mineral style with delicate floral hints, beautifully crafted by this acclaimed producer. Dry but not austere. If you enjoy Pinot Grigio this is like its bigger more flavoursome older brother.
  • Mâcon-Villages 2015, Pascal Clément, Burgundy, France, 125ml- £4.85, 175ml-£7.25, 250ml-£9.70, £29.00 A beautiful expression of unoaked chardonnay. A yellow-gold colour and lively silver and green highlights. Floral and fruit aromas on the nose such as honeysuckle and lemon-grass. The palate is elegant with a refreshing acidity; subtle, yet long-lasting fruit flavours persist to the finish.
  • Sancerre, La Grande Chatelaine de Joseph Mellot 2013 – France – £50.00 The top cuvée from the exceptional Joseph Mellot. Classic Sauvignon; fresh and zesty white with citrus and tropical fruit notes.
  • Chateau Haut Grelot Blanc 2016, Bordeaux, France £25.50Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux benefits from an ideal microclimate where there is a high level of sunshine and enough rain to guarantee the perfect environment for grape production. As a result, the whites are fresh, vibrant and delicate. Made up of 90% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Muscadelle and 5% Semillon, this elegant and crisp white shows lively citrus on the palate and exotic fruit on the nose.
  • Soellner Fumburg Gruner Veltliner 2014/15 Austria – 125ml £5.85, 175ml £8.75, 250ml £11.65, £35.00A rich, fine Biodynamic Veltliner from 20 year old vines, made from the best, ripest grapes. A fresh, well balanced dry white with lovely long lasting fruit flavours. It won a silver medal at the International Wine and Spirits Competition 2013.
  • Waipara Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2013/14, Marlborough – New Zealand – £28.00 Generous and lifted, showing powerful aromas of nettle and snow pea: the palate bursts with fresh citrus, grapefruit and melon notes.
  • Bay of Fires Riesling 2014/15, Tasmania £32.00With a bright green hue, this Riesling flaunts a bouquet of fragrant aromas featuring fresh lime coupled with subtle hints of musk. The juicy, vibrant palate shows luscious citrus and a crisp mineral acidity, ensuring drinkability whilst young. At the Bay of Fires winery they choose to blend grapes harvested from a number of premium regions across Tasmania; the grapes for this wine come from the Derwent and Coal River Valleys, regions that are relatively cool and dry, producing wines that are perfumed, elegant and complex.
  • Domaine Zinck Gewürztraminer Grand Cru Eichberg 2012, Alsace, France £48.00 Rich and opulent with more than a touch of sweetness this wine shows big tropical fruit flavours, exotic spice and finally a balancing freshness to the finish. A silver medal winner at the Decanter World Wine Awards
  • Vouvray Domaine du Vieux Vauert 2015, Loire Valley, France 125ml- £3.80, 175ml- £5.75, 250ml- £7.60, £23.00A medium to sweeter wine with a lively fresh finish. Showing ripe apple, quince, lime and citrus blossom notes. Made from Chenin Blanc grapes grown in the estate’s own vineyards around the village of Vouvray. A perfect easy drinking lunchtime white.
  • Nederburg The Manor Chardonnay 2016, Western Cape, South Africa, 125ml- £3.50, 175ml- £5.25, 250ml- £7.00, £21.00This Chardonnay is fermented in a combination of new and second-fill French oak barrels, where the wine remains for six months. Lovely aromas of lime and melon. Crisp and fresh with a creamy texture and subtle zesty citrus flavours.
  • Fritz’s Riesling Rheinhessen, 2013 Germany – £27.50 Fresh with a touch of sweetness, shows melon and lime and a touch of spritz from this highly acclaimed wine maker.
  • The Orange Republic Godello 2015/16, Valdeorras,Casa Rojo, Galicia, Spain, £38.00The wine’s name, ‘The Orange Republic’, is a nod to the thousands of orange trees that surround the five hectares of old vines just outside the village of Petín in north-west Spain. Aged on its fine lees for about five months prior to bottling, it shows aromas of pear, pineapple and peach. The palate is rich and full-bodied with a fresh finish.
  • Es Fangar Sa Fita Vino Blanco 2015, Felanitx, Mallorca, £43.00An aromatic white that displays aromas of candied white fruit and very ripe golden apple. In the background quince and fine spices linger. Direct and clean on the palate with heaps of fresh fruity acidity. Explosions of white fruits followed by floral hints lead to a long creamy finish.
  • Esporão Reserva Branco 2015, Alentejo, Portual 125ml- £5.35, 175ml-£8.00, 250ml-£10.65, £32.00A decadently full flavoured white made from a quirky blend of traditional Portuguese grapes including Roupeiro, Arinto and Antão Vaz. Aged in both French and American oak to give fullness and texture. Aromas of ripe tangerine, honey and apricot leading to subtle notes of toast and smoke. The palate is complex and creamy, showing bold ripe fruit flavours and minerality with a long lasting fresh finish. A complex wine through and through
  • Pouilly-Fuissé Domaine des TroisTilleuls 2014/15, Solutré, £42.00This estate, which has been in the Bouchacourt family for three generations, it is located at the base of the famous Solutré Rock, a key landmark in the appellation. The vineyards that produce the grapes are planted on the very chalky and mineral rich soils. A non-intervention approach is practised and part of the blend is aged in oak barrels without any stirring of the lees to keep freshness and the minerality.
  • Salentein Single Vineyard Plot 2 Chardonnay 2013, Uco Valley, Mendoza, £53.00The Chardonnay grapes are sourced solely from San Pablo estate, which is located over 1,600 metres above sea level. The altitude allows the grapes to ripen slowly before being hand-harvested at the optimum moment. Ageing in French oak barrels on the lees gives intense and complex flavour with outstanding minerality. Its balanced acidity makes it elegant, fresh and long lasting.
  • Meursault Charmes Premier Cru 2013, Remoissenet Père et Fils, France, £98.00In 2005 the Remoissenet family appointed acclaimed French wine maker Claudie Jobard to direct their Chateau’s wine making and have since gone from strength to strength. This award-winning Chardonnay is straw yellow in appearance and shows citrus, wet stone and toasted, honeyed aromas. A long lasting palate.

Red Wines

  • Sancerre Rouge, Le Connetable de Joseph Mellot 2009/10, Loire Valley, France – £52.00 Blackberry and spicy oak-notes on the nose: the palate is smooth and round with a light, yet long, finish.
  • Fleurie Chateau de Fleurie, E. Loron et Fils 2013, Beaujolais, France – £30.00 Vibrancy of violet aromas and soft raspberry smoothness with a lingering elegance from 18th Century heritage and northern granite hills.
  • Daciana Pinot Noir NV, Banat, Romania 125ml- £3.50, 175ml- £5.25, 250ml-£7.00, £21.00Estate-grown using only Pinot Noir grapes from the Dealul Uberland vineyard. This wine shows soft black cherry, raspberry and strawberry with cinnamon and spicy fruitcake notes to finish.
  • Tierra Fuerte Graciano 2014, Méntrida, Spain 125ml- £4.70, 175ml-£7.00, 250ml-£9.40, £28.00Produced south-west of Madrid, this wine shows a deep ruby-coloured body with heady blackcurrant, liquorice and mulberry aromas. After being aged for around eight months in new oak barrels the palate is full bodied and well-structured. Mineral and spice notes lead to a smooth yet full finish. Gold Medal winner at the 2015 Sommelier Wine Awards
  • Ceres Composition Pinot Noir 2014, Central Otago, New Zealand – £42.00 A lifted bouquet of ripe dark cherry and stewed plum. The palate is concentrated, juicy and crunchy with sweet, ripe cherry, strawberry and spices, finishing silky and smooth. The winemaker recently visited the Pony & Trap to do a tutored tasting - we are big fans.
  • Rare Vineyards Carignan ‘Vieilles Vignes’ 2016, France – 125ml £3.50, 175ml £5.75, 250ml £7.00, £21.00 40 year old vines give this red tremendous depth of flavour and fruit. Intense and bold with a rugged flavour of wild herbs and plums – so soft and easy to drink.
  • Don Jacobo Rioja Gran Reserva 2004, Bodegas Corral, Spain £50.00 This great wine, produced only in classic vintages, sees 22 months in cask before a further seven years in bottle. Made from 85% Tempranillo and 15% Garnacha, it is smooth and silky with enormous complexity and developed fruit flavours.
  • Durbanville Hills Merlot, 2014/16, Durbanville, South Africa – 125ml £4.30, 175ml £6.50, 250ml £8.65, £25Medium bodied and fruity with a soft and elegant palate laced with ripe fruit and creamy toffee.
  • Tangley Oaks Pinot Noir 2015, Sonoma Coast, California – £35.00 From the cool climate of the Sonoma Coast region comes this rich yet smooth Pinot. Loaded with bright red fruits, cherry and vanilla flavours this is a great match for a richer white meat dishes and a lighter red meats.
  • Côtes du Rhône Villages Séguret, Jean-Luc Colombo 2014 – France – 125ml £5.00, 175ml £7.50, 250ml £10.00, £30 With aromas of fresh cherry, raspberry and a hint of liquorice, this wine is powerful and well-balanced. Hints of cherry, violet and black pepper on the palate. Bronze medal winner at the Sommelier Wine Awards 2012.
  • Van Zijl Special Release Coffee Pinotage 2016,Western Cape, South Africa, 125ml- £4.45, 175ml- £6.65, 250ml- £8.85, £26.50Feisty aromas of rich smoky wood and freshly brewed coffee lead to a ripe red fruit dominated palate. The wine is aged in torched oak barrels before being bottled, which only adds to the classic smokiness of this South African red staple. A perfect match to game and chargrilled meats.
  • Château des Bardes 2013, Saint-Émilion Grand Cru, France, £45.00 A great example of a small, family-owned, artisan wine producer. Right next door to many of Saint Emilion’s heavyweight properties. Merlot dominates this blend with Cabernet Sauvignon making up the balancing 30%. The wine is aged for over a year in oak barrels, which results in rich fruit aromas and juicy sweet tannins backed by soft touches of vanilla-toastiness.
  • Nederburg The Manor Shiraz 2016, Western Cape, South Africa, 125ml-£3.50, 175ml- £5.25, 250ml- £7.00, £21.00The Durbanville, Philadelphia and Stellenbosch regions of South Africa provide grapes for this pure Shiraz. The wine is matured in a mix of new, second and third-fill oak for a period of 12 to 18 months. Heaps of prune, plum and cherry with oak spice aromas are met on the palate by flavours of ripe stone fruit and dark chocolate.
  • Fangar Elements Tinto Crianza 2012, Mallorca, £72.00 This wine is made up of 30% Callet, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot and 20% Syrah. It has an impressive cherry red colour with violet reflections. The nose offers bold fruit with red and black forest berries. Pleasant floral scents, sweet spices of vanilla, black pepper and roasted coffee. Fruity silky tannins and a perfect combination of fruit and oak. Elegant and fine
  • The Federalist Zinfandel 2014, Dry Creek Valley, California, £38.00A brilliant Zinfandel from the Dry Creek Valley vineyards, matured for 15 months in a mixture of French and American oak barrels. Rich and powerful with blackberry and black cherry aromas and spicy notes.
  • Puro Malbec-Cabernet 2016, Mendoza, Argentina, 125ml- £5.35, 175ml- £8.00, 250ml- £10.65, £32.00 Made from organically grown grapes from the Ojo de Vino vineyard, 1,000 metres above sea level. Unoaked, showing freshness on the nose with plenty of scented currant fruit, hints of pencil shavings and cassis from the Cabernet. The palate is compact and generous with fine tannins. A wine that shows Malbec doesn’t need to go solo.
  • Chateau D’Issan 2006, 3éme Cru Classe Margaux, France, £150.00 A blend of 61% Cabernet Sauvignon and 39% Merlot. Aged in French oak barrels half of which are new. Château d’Issan is surrounded by 32 hectares of vineyards still owned and managed by the Château’s two founding families. With plots situated on the ancient road between Cantenac and Margaux, this appellation has always been known for producing notable wines. Packed with heady aromas of perfumed flowers, incense, graphite, liquorice, blueberry and blackcurrant. Followed by a fabulous concentration of palate-filling fruit. Substantial flavour and length.
  • Esporão Reserva Tinto 2013/14, Alentejo, Portugal, 125ml- £6.00, 175ml-£9.00, 250ml- £12.00, £36An intense, spicy wine defined by the granite, clay and loamy soils of the vineyards in Alentejo. Dominated by Aragonêz and Trincadeira, with Cabernet Sauvignon and Alicante Bouschet used in the blending. Grown and produced sustainably, then aged for 12 months in half French and half American oak. It shows aromas of mature red berries and oak spice. The palate is full-bodied with firm tannins, plenty of fruit and a long spicy finish. A punchy Portuguese; the perfect partner for the richest of red meat dishes.
  • La Linda Bonardo 2014/15, Mendoza, Argentina £28.00This dark red wine is 100% Bonardo. On the nose there are clean aromas of red and black fruits and dry figs, and a soft note of oak contributed by the ageing in American oak barrels. It is a lively and tasty red wine on the palate, with elegant and ripe tannins. It shows a compact finish.
  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape La Tiare du Pape NV, France £45.00 A classic Châteauneuf with masses of power, strong berry fruit and warm spice with vanilla oak undertones. Fantastic with rich powerful meat dishes and creamy sauces.
  • Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2012, Bolla, Italy £49.50 The traditional method of semi-drying the grapes first ensures an enveloping, velvet richness with marzipan, raisin and date flavours.
  • Salentein Barrel Selection Malbec 2015, Uco Valley, Mendoza £55.00Deep red in colour, a very intense nose with notes of ripe blackberry, blueberry and redcurrant. With subtle hints of violet. The silky palate has a crisp, balancing acidity which shows the fruit and floral notes backed by vanilla on the lingering finish. Barrel-aged for about a year in a mixture of new and seasoned French oak.

Fortified & Dessert Wines

  • Gonzales Byass Tio Pepe Fino – 100ml £7.00 Very dry with a distinctive bready, yeast-like nose. Light, crisp and fresh with Granny Smith apple flavours.
  • La Gitana Manzanilla, Hildalgo NV – 100ml £7.00 Top quality Fino Sherry, matured on the coast near Jerez. This is a pale fino with a delightful salty tang. Its crisp dry and has a refreshing finish. Enjoy it well-chilled.
  • Napolean Amontillado Hildalgo – 100ml £7.00 Made only from Palomno grapes, an old style Amontillado which originated from Manzanilla after many years ageing in American oak casks. Pale amber with a rich nutty aroma and completely dry.
  • Harvey’s Bristol Cream – 100ml £7.00 Harvey’s Bristol Cream features flavours of roasted nuts and raisins, with a subtly spicy finish.
  • Dow’s Fine Ruby, NV – 100ml £7.00 The youngest of all the Dow’s Ports, having been aged on average 3 years in oaks casks. This port is smooth and sweet, plently of ripe red and black fruit flavours.
  • Dow’s Fine Tawny, NV – 100ml £7.50 Aged Longer than Ruby Port, Tawny loses some of the colour, but gains elegance and smoothness on the finish.
  • Grahams 10 Year Old Tawny Port, NV – 100ml £8.00 Complex nutty aromas combined with hints of honey and fig: the palate is rich and displays mature fruit flavours and spice, beautifully mellowed with a luscious long finish.
  • Graham’s Quinta dos Malvedos, 2001 Vintage Port – 100ml £9.00 Gorgeous bouquet redolent of chocolate, mint and spice. Luxurious and lusty palate, showing cassis and layers of black fruit and plum.
  • Gonzales Byass Noe, 30 year old Pedro Ximenez – 50ml £6.50 A powerful bouquet, oozing heady aromas of concentrated raisin, fig, coffee and Christmas spices finished with a taste of sweet, plump, cooked fruit.
  • Blandy’s Duke of Clarence Madeira NV – 40ml £5.00 What a nose! There are layers of aromas, led by nut and toffee, then touches of orange marmalade, treacle, wood and coffee-grounds. A lovely, fairly rich texture on the palate, which coats the mouth as the flavours build, an intermingling of oranges, nuts and toffee.
  • Nopera Vintage, Sweet Muscat, 2013, Greece 75ml- £9.50 £47.50 This vintage of 2013 is a sweet muscat wine made from grapes harvested from three different vineyards. It is a well balanced wine that adds a freshness to the rich aromas of Samos muscat. The grapes are allowed to dry traditionally, under the Greek sun, resulting in a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. The wine is left to age for 19 months in French oak barrels. This exceptional, fresh but aged white muscat has a golden colour, brings sweet floral aromas to the nose and is rich to the mouth, with fruit, vanilla, honey and bergamot tones.
  • Sauternes Les Garonnelles 2015, France 75ml- £5.50 £27.50This classic wine is only made in very limited quantities when the autumnal mists enable the development of ‘noble rot’ on the grape that concentrates the juice. This is a rich luscious wine to linger over.
  • Torres Moscatel Oro Floralis, NV Catalunya – Spain – 75ml £5, £30 The grapes are allowed to ripen and shrivel to almost raisins before pressing. Grape brandy is added to arrest fermentation, the final result is a very sweet, luscious wine that is a perfect accompaniment to all types of dessert.
  • Oremus Lake Harvest Tokaji 2014, Hungary 75ml- £6.50, £32.50From the Hungarian region famous for dessert wine. Produced by a Spanish-owned vineyard which shows its influence in the sweet pineapple, candied orange, lemon and grapefruit flavours. Honey and ripe apricot lead the aroma. A great pairing to citrus based desserts.
  • Piper-Heidsieck Cuvée Sublime Demi-Sec NV, Champagne 75ml- £9.00, £54.00This off dry Champagne is fresh and well-structured, the palate shows notes of caramel, pineapple and exotic fruits with vanilla and cinnamon accents. It is a wonderful aperitif for those who like a sweeter style and pairs well with most desserts.

Beers

    Bottled Beers:

  • Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
    Its unique piney and grapefruit aromas from the use of whole-cone American hops have fascinated beer drinkers for decades and made this beer a classic, yet it remains new, complex and surprising to thousands of beer drinkers every day. It is—as it always has been—all natural, bottle conditioned and refreshingly bold.
  • Brooklyn Lager
    Amber-gold in color and displays a firm malt center supported by a refreshing bitterness and floral hop aroma. Caramel malts show in the finish. The aromatic qualities of the beer are enhanced by “dry-hopping”, the centuries-old practice of steeping the beer with fresh hops as it undergoes a long, cold maturation. The result is a wonderfully flavorful beer, smooth, refreshing and very versatile with food.
  • Blue Moon
    Blue Moon brewery is based in Denver, Colorado, but the beer makes a deep, long bow in the direction of the spiced white beers of Belgium. As well as barley malt and hops, Blue Moon has the added attractions of oats for creaminess and orange peel and coriander for fruity and spicy notes.

  • Ales:

  • Butcombe Bitter (4%)
    The West Country's favourite beer derives from pure Mendip Spring Water…notably bitter, clean tasting, refreshingly dry and distinctive. Made with 100% best Maris Otter malt (the Rolls Royce of malts), together with a blend of (never divulged) English hop varieties… Butcombe Bitter is a moreish Mendip masterpiece!
  • Crimson King (Guest Ale)
    A big red beer using Rye malt to give distinctive, refreshing, spicy dry flavours. Three UK hops plus Styrians for aroma, combine to make a red beer bursting with hop character, and a fresh, fruity aroma.


    Lagers:

  • Estrella
    Golden with amber tones and a few green highlights. The dark roasted notes give it personality and it’s final flavour.
  • Veltins
    A perfect illustration of how to balance rather delicate malt with lots of tangy hops and create an eminently drinkable beer. From a village brewery south-east of Dortmund.