(We will try to update this list. If you are looking for tasting
notes for one of our beers that is not mentioned here, please get in touch)
Export Stout (1890 London)
Based on a recipe from a London Brewery in 1890.
Simple recipe massive taste. Dark, dark black. Oily texture. Loads of
rich dried fruit and alcohol warmth rum and raisin. Then a herbal hop
bitterness on top of huge lingering espresso. Hints of leather, tar, smoke,
vanilla and chocolate. Roasty.
Gold Medal at the SIBA South East Brewing Awards: Best Bottled Beer
Gold Medal at the SIBA South East Brewing Awards: Category: Bottled Porter/Old
India Pale Ale - (C.S.C.) [Centennial, Simcoe, Chinook]
American hops meet English malt. Burnished golden colour. Aromas of tropical
fruits, hints of grass. The sweetness of the malt gives them the impression
of fruit salad on the palate, juicy, then followed up with a big bitterness,
with some pepper and spice.
Pale Ale - (Chinook)
Crisp, clean, fresh. A very pale ale. Aroma of lemon and wood, tastes
of citrus, and then citrus pith. Clear sharp bitterness.
Pale Ale - (Centennial)
Crisp, clean, fresh. Pale golden colour. Aroma of grapefruit and elderflowers,
tastes of citrus, grapefruit. Rounded juicy texture. Firm bitterness.
A porter on the drier and fruitier side of the spectrum. Dark brown with
a reddish hue. Aromas of chocolate, raisin, hint of coffee and a touch
of wood and woodland herbs. Dark perfumey fruits at the fore developing
into some sour berry tones and succeeded by a herbal spike, into a coffee
A London Porter
A porter on the drier and roastier side of the spectrum. Pretty much black
at the centre with a minor dark brown edging. Interchangeable aromas of
chocolate, raisin, coffee and a touch of roasted, smokey malt, leather,
wood. Dark perfumey fruits at the fore developing into some sour berry
tones and succeeded by dark chocolate & coffee dominating the finish.