Fermented in a rum barrel.
Single Variety Cider
A popular early full bittersweet from Devon. It has disadvantage of flowering early which makes it frot vulnerable. It is beautiful red picturesque apple which has an excellent flavour.
A full bittersweet apple originating in Somerset which produces a soft, full bodied cider with astringency. An important type widely grown and a useful apple as a single variety or to add to a blend.
Single Variety Cider
An iconic cider apple due to it’s unforgettable aroma, ’BBS’ is a medium bittersweet created by Bulmers’ nursery, a cross of Medaille d’Or and Foxwhelp, and has lovely smooth tannins with very little acidity.
Soft & fruity
Burrow Hill Cider is pressed from traditional cider apples and matured in oak barrels. The result is a vintage quality cider which, to the best of our knowledge, is the only cider in recent years to have won the cider championship awards in Devon, Somerset and Herefordshire all in the same year.
Abbaye de Forest Blonde
Lightly scented aroma followed by a subtly bitter taste. It leaves a subtle raisin fruitiness on the palate ending with a pleasant bitter tonic when swallowing.
Abbaye des Rocs Triple Impériale
Belgian Strong Ale
Aroma has green coffee, a bit of liquorice, toffee and molasses. Taste follows with dried dark fruits, light coffee and toasted malts. Very balanced between the sweet toffee and dried fruits and the roasty, coffee like notes.
Boon Oude Geuze
Lambic Style, Gueuze
Aroma is apples, yeast and lemon. Taste is sour, lemon and some interesting metallic grapy flavour.
Pleasant woody and flowery aromas, some caramel, chocolate, hazelnuts. Taste is balanced , sweet with toffee, slight chocolate, earth, cereals, discreet earthy hop bitterness. Medium body, soft carbonation, creamy mouthfeel.
Bristol Beer Factory Independence
American Pale Ale
A hoppy pale ale, rich and smooth in the mouth. Long, bitter finish. Hopped continuously for 60 minutes with bucket loads of aromatic American hops for a full rounded fruity, resinous mouthfeel.
Bristol Beer Factory Ultimate Stout
Strong, Black, unctious and delicious. Hints of coffee, chocolate & dark fruits, made using a Belgian yeast & roasted malts.
Tropical fruit aromas announce corriander and seville oranges to the palette, an irresistible siren courtesy of highly aromatic north european hops.
Chimay (Red / Rouge / Ale / Premiere)
A relatively subdued aroma of plum, cherry, and dried fruit greets the nose. The first taste is dry with a prickly carbonation, yeasty, and lightly fruity. A light aftertaste of cane sugar lingers on the lips.
De Molen Amarillo
Imperial or Double IPA
Aroma: citrus, lemon peel, pine, candied fruits, raisin, spices, Taste: medium to heavy sweet, medium to heavy bitter, light to medium sour, citrus, lemon peel, grapefruit, pine, raisins, candied apricot, bit spicy, rare wood, Palate: full body, average carbonation, slick mouthfeel, long bitter raisin aftertaste.
Dominion Oak Barrel Stout
Aroma: vanilla, roasted malts and dark chocolate. Aroma on the lighter side. Taste: sweet vanilla, light dry oak, roasted malts & a mix of dark & semisweet chocolate. Finish: dry with some lingering roasted & sweet malt flavours & a hint of vanilla.
Belgian Strong Ale
Nice fruity aroma, white winey notes, some grapes, yeast, gooseberry, some lemon juice, orange peel. Taste is malty, with crushed grains, lot of fruity esters, grapes, gooseberry, green apples, flowery hop bitterness.
Foxfield A Green Goat
Green hops from Foxfield
Foxfield Cumbrian Conundrum
Foxfield Cupboard Trapp
Foxfield Dear Prudence
Foxfield Fred's Challenge
Foxfield Honey Pie
Foxfield Old Ale
Foxfield Old Wooden Top
Foxfield On the Mark
Foxfield Out for the Count
Pale hoppy bitter
Foxfield Roast Walnut Stout
Foxfield This Wonderful World
India Pale Ale (IPA)
Aroma is malt, fruit (banana and orange) and yeast. Taste is the same but with some floral notes as well.
Moor Beer Amoor
Aroma chocolate, espresso, hazelnuts, yeast. Palate medium, medium carbonation. Subtle taste of coffee, cocoa powder, sour cherries. Long lasting biterness.
Moor Beer Old Freddy Walker
Malty aroma with chocolate, dark bread, light dried fruits, Christmas pudding and a very light smokiness. Taste is similar with rich maltiness, chocolate, slightly roasted malts, Christmas pudding, slight ashy smokiness and light coffee bitterness.
Moor Beer Raw
Aroma of grass and autumn leaves. Taste is not a typical bitter - there is a strong hint of citrus along with pine resin and grass. Also some earthy flavours and a slightly oily, herbacious taste.
Moor Beer Revival
Hoppy aroma with grapefruit, tropical fruits, citrus, some hay. Taste has tropical fruits, citrus, hops, some grass, over medium bitter finish.
Moor Beer So'Hop
Aroma: floral hops, elderflower, tropical fruits. Taste: tropical fruit, floral, grass, lemon, citrus. Medium bitterness, oily texture, lingering bitter finish.
NVB Bible Black
Rich and dark with sweet cocoa and dark malt aromas. Gives way to roasted grains and chocolate with coffee.
NVB Dark Horse
A dark ruby ale with roasted grains giving hints of chocolate, coffee and maybe even liquorice.
NVB Fenland Farmhouse Saison
Belgian Style Blond
A complex and extremely refreshing new world Saison with spicy clove notes and a fruity citrus aroma.
NVB Lone Star
Winter Red Ale
Biscuit and toffee apple flavours from the malts, surprising body for its strength and a satisfying fruity hop bitterness.
Aromas of figs, caramel and sugar typical to belgian ale. Palate, full body with medium sticky texture. Some carbonation present and has medium fruity finish. Taste quite sweet and fizzy, and fruity.
Belgian Strong Ale
Aroma: Sweet malts, caramel, fruits, raisin very, very rich. Taste: Oh my God...sweet but complex, the good ol’ belgian yeast is everywhere. Medium/heavy body, soft carbonation. Light sweet/bitter finish.
Poppyland Home by Christmas
Strong spicy aroma with hint of orange & fruit loaf background, hint of yeastiness. Dry mouthfeel. Taste: starts off tart, orangey & boozy, then cinnamon & peppery , that usher in the malt loaf flavour, an element of yeastiness.
Poppyland Ten Thousand Geese
A strong boozy aroma, raisiny fruit, woody, then a mild smokiness. Dry and full mouthfeel. The taste is mouth filling and boozy, loads of rich fruit loaf flavours of raisin and bread, then a dry woody and smoky spice is followed by a slight bitterness. The finish is long, lingering and full flavoured.
Rochefort Trappistes 10
Aroma:sweet and malty(chocolate,toast,) combined with lovely caramel and punch of dark and dried fruits (cherries,plums). Taste:sweet,Nice and complex taste of chocolate,caramel and dark fruits, toasty dry finish,toasty aftertaste. Palate:medium-full body,high carbonation,pleasant alcohol warmth.
Rochefort Trappistes 6
Belgian Strong Ale
Aroma is red berries, sweetbread, overripe pear. Flavor is very fruity (cherry, field berries), sweetbread and bubble gum. Finish is fruity sugar, vanilla cake. Medium to full body, soft mouthfeel, weak to average carbonation.
Rochefort Trappistes 8
Belgian Strong Ale
Aroma dry fig. Taste is sweet fruit fig mix. Mouthfeel is slight dry and sticky.
Schneider Weisse Original
Light aroma with wheat and a hint of banana. Medium taste with sweet wheat, banana, some nuts.
Aroma is spicy (clove, nutmeg), drupe fruits (peach) and molasses. Taste is sweet with low bitterness, intense, toasted sugar (caramel) and sweet malty.
Silly La Divine
Belgian Strong Ale
Sweet aroma of brown malts joined by a fruity touch. Flavoured with caramel, raisin, and candi sugar.
The aroma is sweet grains, raisins, sugary breakfast cereal. The flavour is of a poorly made brown ale. Lightly toasted malts, sugar, caramel, grassy hops. Not a saison at all. Barely any yeast character.
St. Bernardus Christmas Ale
Belgian Strong Ale
Aroma is spicey, some cinnamon, Belgian fruity yeast and some woody touches. Flavor is sweet, slighty herbal and has this typical Christmas beer aftertaste, sweet cinnamon and allspice with some anise or something.
Aroma: It has aromas of cherries, rich malt, raisins, alcohol, and low chocolate. Taste: It has rich malt flavours and fruit. The flavours include cherries, alcohol, low vinous qualities, yeast, sugar and raisins.
Aroma is red fruits, forest fruits and a little balsamic. Definitely something of a Flemish Red about it. Taste is a little spicy, with red/forest fruits, minerals and earthy notes. Tart, sharp and dry finish.
Stringers Mutiny Double Stout
The nose is chocolate, liquorice, blackcurrants, coffee, very complex as new notes hit the nostrils. The taste is the same, a bit of vanilla, cherry and some spices come through as well. Oily in the mouth, a boozy warmth at the end.
The Kernel London Brick Collaboration Red Rye Ale
Aroma of lemon grass, black pepper, ginger, lime and coriander. Taste of chocolate, burnt toffee and caramel with some nutmeg and mint. Light, lingering bitterness in the finish. Medium body, medium carbonation, oily mouthfeel.
Timmermans Oude Gueuze
Lambic Style - Gueuze
Aroma is sharp and sour cheese, some lemon and ash. Taste is mostly sharp lemon. Sour sherbet finish, a little cheese.
Verhaeghe Duchesse De Bourgogne
Aroma: raspberry vinegar, wine, cranberries. Taste: berries, vinegar, oak. Medium bodied, medium carbonated very good sour ale.
Aroma is Belgian sugar and spicy yeast, some caramel and bit of fruit. Taste is similar, medium+ sweet caramel and candy sugar, some fruits, quite phenolic spicy, Belgian yeast, bit of alcohol and warmth, medium- spicy bitterness, dry.
Wiper & True Kaleidoscope
Aroma - oranges, or at least blood orange. Some general fruit salad notes going on. Taste - orange again but very much malt and yeast at the back. Oatcakes note is persistent. Palate - light to medium bodied with a creamy texture and a long dry finish.
Wiper & True Quintet
India Pale Ale (IPA)
Aroma of grapefruit, citrus, orange and caramel. Flavour is light moderate sweet and above moderate bitter. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.
Wiper & True Small Beer No 18
Aroma of pine, citrus, light mango and pineapple. Taste is mild fruit sweet followed by a mellow bitter finish. Body is quite light which is to be expected but smooth with soft carbonation.
Anno Kent Dry Gin
Aroma: Crisp, with juniper and floral & herbal notes. Palate: Smooth & complex, with juniper, citrus & sweet spices. Finish: Long, crisp & bold, with herbal notes & hops.
Bombay Sapphire Gin
Aroma: Sweet & aromatic, with citrus & juniper. Palate: Initially light, followed by spices & earthy notes. Finish: Sweet & lingering, with juniper & peppery spices.
Brighton Wheat Grain Gin
Brighton Gin combines juniper with orange and lime along with milk thistle, which is native to southeast England. Intense and traditional in flavour profile, this is a lifted and aromatic gin that is perfectly balanced and highly versatile in cocktails.
Dorothy Parker American Gin
Aroma: Sweet floral notes are balanced with muscular juniper. Elderberry, citrus and cinnamon are all also evident on a glorious nose. Palate: Again those hibiscus petals appear prominent, but not at the expense of juniper. This is still very much a proper gin. Cinnamon spiciness develops wonderfully. Finish: You're left with sweet floral notes, juniper and returning elderberry and citrus that linger pleasantly for some time.
Makar Glasgow Gin
Taste: Piney juniper stands out in full force, with aromatic rosemary and notes of citrus and black pepper.
St George Terroir Gin
St George Terroir is a profoundly aromatic gin: pine forests and sage are immediate, layered with nuts, eucalyptus and nutmeg and a touch of lavender. An evocative and long finish.
Strathearn Heather Rose
The combination of rose and heather give very light fruity notes of honey combined with slight notes of lavender.
Aroma: Floral & herbal, with juniper & citrus. Palate: Floral & herbaceous, with gentle spice & zesty citrus. Finish: Clean & dry, with juniper & warm spice.
Aroma: Melon, ethereal, ripe rosy apples, delicate smoke. Palate: Gristy malt, touch of black pepper, grassy, oaky, orchard fruit. Finish: Fairly uninteresting, malt, fruity, oak.
Aroma: Coastal smoke and ash soon make way for bergamot, orange zest, lemon slices and some hay before becoming rather floral, heather smoke now competing with the ash. Palate: Lovely and rounded, honeyed even, initially. Vanilla, perfumed smoke and coastal elements develop. Dark Peat. Blossom, oily sweetness. Finish: Smoky and long. Sea spray, dry grass, a touch of ash and citrus.
Aroma: Pungent, citrus. Stewing fruit, hints of damp wood and a very soft smoke. Palate: Spirity at first, then gives way to perfume, fruit, plum jam. A good sweetness, peat smoke, grapey. Finish: Seville marmalade, blossom, dark peat.
Aroma: Well-balanced, refined. Sherried peels. Barley, hints of smoke, peat. Fruitcake. Spices. Palate: Vanilla, dark brown sugar, rum spice. Sherry. Finish: Long, fruitcake, buttery, fudge, oak.
Da Mhile Organic
Dew of Ben Nevis
Aroma: Sweet, toffee, caramel, barley. Little smoke. Palate: Good body, malty, some oak. Smoke, sweetness. Finish: Medium, smoky, spicy.
Grand Old Parr
Aroma: First impressions are Malt, Oak, Toffee, Orange and a tad (Peat) Smoke. There is a light sour Rubber-like off-note. In the background some Leather, Raisins and Pineapple. Palate: Sweet Cereals, Malt, Brown Sugar, Pepper, Oak, and Cinnamon. Finish: Initially Sweet but Quite Dry in the end. Malt, Peat, Pepper and a bit of Honey and Lemon. Licorice after a couple of minutes.
The aroma is quite light, yet rather punchy. There are notes of winter spice and black pepper with a touch of caramel. The palate is quite fresh and crisp with medium-body. There are notes of buttery biscuit and toffee fudge with cereal sweetness and a creamy mouthfeel. The finish is of good length with a fudge sweetness.
Aroma: A profusion of ripe floral notes and fresh blossom with a delectable fruit salad. Notes of honeyed exotic fruits with a little botrytis. Palate: Creamy and full with fruit conserves and espresso. A creaminess with cinnamon and allspice. Notes of toffee with thick black forest honey with a touch more citrus. Finish: Long and well sugared with a herbal edge.
Johnnie Walker Red Label
The aroma is quite pungent and full. There are notes of heather roots, cut herbs, a touch of fresh fruits and honey. The palate is quite full and rich. There are notes of malted barley and potpourri, a touch of winter spice and fruitcake. The finish is quite long and pungent, there is a good smoke note with a touch of oak.
Johnnie Walker Black Label
The aroma is quite full. There are notes of winter spice and treacle, hints of white pepper and a little citrus. The palate is quite rich and full. There are notes of wood smoke and dry spice, hints of barley and cereal with creamy toffee and a distinct herbal note. The finish is quite fruity and long with a note of sultanas and mixed peels.
Johnnie Walker Gold Label
Aroma: Honey and heather with thick caramel notes and a subtle nutmeg spice. Dried meadow flowers and a hint of fresh banana. Palate: Smooth and succulent with a honeyed sweetness that's typical of Johnnie Walker. There's more to this though, the floral elements are quite prominent and there's a spiced sweet vanilla note too. Finish: Long, sweet and toffee-like.
Isle of Jura
Aroma: Fresh with notes of damp hay and soft, malty cereal notes. A touch of peat with gentle oak and arak with blossom tones. Palate: Thick and full with more cereal, this time a barley fudge sweetness creeps in with creamy smoothness and a touch of aniseed. Finish: Long with peppy winter spice.
Aroma: Runny honey and fresh cream. Hints of apple and a touch of anise. Maybe some crushed nuts, too... Palate: Continued honey warmth and richness. Sparks of juicy pear and lemon peel. Touches of oak develop further on, bringing some balancing spice. Finish: Medium length and a bit sweet, with oak lasting too.
Talisker Port Ruighe
Aroma: After a wave of initial sea spray, the nose becomes more complex with Crayola crayons, orange pith and a touch of white chocolate. Demerara and even sticking plaster emerge briefly along with plummy, umeshu notes. Palate: Initial characteristic Talisker brine once again but much sweeter than usual. Thick and mouth coating like the Storm with chilli and a little chocolate orange. Increasingly smoky - much smokier than the nose suggests. Finish: Milk chocolate becomes cocoa and oak with mocha notes and the faintest hint of that orange pith once again.
Aroma: Sweet stuff, toffees and vanilla ice cream up front, almost grain-like. Becomes increasingly honeyed. There's a little coastal influence here too, just hints of a sweet Caol Ila perhaps, with very restrained smoke. Palate: Honeyed toasted oak, sappy wood, only a little pepper and smoke, apple turnovers and hints of lemon and lime Opal Fruits. Fennel seeds. Finish: Drying and slightly less sweet, hints of spice and smoke.
The Six Isles
Six Isles blends together six single malts, one from each of the whisky producing Scottish islands. Arran, Islay, Jura, Mull, Orkney and Skye
The Spey Cast
Aroma: The nose is like walking into a bakery, lots of flour and yeast. With water a fruitier element emerges. Palate: Creamy, with fruit salad sweet notes and a little aniseed. Finish: Grist, single cream and liquorish.