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Brewed in collaboration with Toppesfield brewery, Essex. It’s an absolute belter of an impy stout – indulgently thick, dark, lush and sweet. Inspired by the great Imperial beard – the true height of beardmanship. Available in bottle only…for now




A proper English Bitter. A low a.b.v. and a rich tawny colour, we used English hops all the way through this beer. Expect a malty body with a light hoppiness balancing the beer beautifully.


India Pale Ale


Sold out in cask, available in bottle. This beer is our take on a traditional East of England IPA. Brewed to a lower session strength for maximum enjoyment, this light copper beer has lush, soft and fruity tones. European Cardinal hops take the lead for a real quaffable ale.

India Pale Ale2020-07-11T13:50:21+01:00

A Drop of Nelson’s Blood


An easy drinking but flavourful bitter brewed for Trafalgar Day October 21st. After the battle, Nelson's body was returned to England preserved in a barrel of brandy. It is said that the sailors on the Victory drank some of the brandy as part of their grog ration, which became known as Nelson's Blood. Every glass contains a drop of brandy.

A Drop of Nelson’s Blood2020-05-04T10:39:44+01:00

Farmer’s Golden Boar


Farmer's Golden Boar is an amber beer with a tremendous aroma that will knock your socks off. We use an obscene amount of Cascade Hops to get the aroma. It's expensive to make but we just love it! It was originally brewed for the Pig's Ear Beer Festival, but it is still popular so we are still brewing it regularly. It hasn't won any prizes yet, but some say that it is only a matter of time.

Farmer’s Golden Boar2020-05-04T10:42:24+01:00