Scotland has Whisky. Detroit has cars. Burton has beer. And we're the oldest brewer in town.
Visit our famous Albion Brewery described as a ‘cathedral of brewing’ and home to Marston’s since 1898. Discover how we make our beers including our flagship Pedigree, on our fully guided tour... and yes of course you can enjoy a sample!
Learn about the brewing process from mashing to fermentation, see how traditional brewing methods have evolved and view our world renowned Burton Union System.
Brewery tours take approximately two hours and include sampling of 3 x half pints in Marston’s Visitor’s Centre.
Shobnall Road, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 2BG.
Tours run Monday to Friday, 11am and 2pm Monday to Thursday, and 11am only on Friday. Evening tours can be arranged for groups of 15 or more. Food can be arranged at an additional cost but this must be pre-booked.
Brewery tours cost £7.50 per adult and £4.50 for under 18’s.
61 Deep. Newest brew on the Burton block. 61 metres. That’s the depth of the well at the Brewery that gives this refreshing pale ale its name. The five American and Australian hops give it its fresh, zesty aroma, whilst the tropical fruit and citrus notes make it extremely drinkable. Dive in. - 3.8% abv.
This finest creamy smooth is a beautifully crafted beer. It has all the easy-drinking attributes you would expect from a smooth ale, but also has an underlying depth and character. Prize winning barley deliverers its full and malty flavour and our use of traditional English Golding and Fuggle Hops combine to create the clean, bitter taste. The late addition of American Cascade Hops deliverers its enticing aroma and moreish citrus finish - 3.6% abv.
The taste of EPA is unique. Zing from the citrusy hops we use - Pow from its fuller flavour - Phwoar from the crisp finish that leaves you ready for more. It’s a refreshing, lighter blonde ale - 3.6% abv.
Crafted to produce an authentic re-creation of an IPA. With its pale appearance, strong hoppy taste and higher alcoholic strength it comprises all the genuine characteristics of a true India Pale Ale, which were necessary to survive the three month long journey from Burton to Bombay - 5.7% abv.
A few pearls about our stout. It’s a nod to classic English Oyster Stouts often complimented by (but not containing) shellfish. Hints of chocolate, coffee and sweet treacle flavours and yet quite smooth and clean-tasting. Not that we’d ever crow about it - 4.1% abv.
Introducing Pedigree, or “P” as it was first known. Strange that looking back. Anyway, it has a fascinating aroma. Palate of biscuit malt, spicy hops and light fruitiness. It was renamed in a staff competition back in George Peard’s day. He was our head brewer back in day. Cheers George. - 4.5% abv.
Marston's Resolution delivers punchy flavours and lots of character. In order to deliver all of that wonderful flavour, which Marston's is renowned for, Marston's Resolution undergoes a double fermentation process which turns all sugars into alcohol.
The end result is a strong, refreshing beer that's less filling and easier to drink. Not only this, but it's also great tasting with lots of full-bodied flavours which are finished off with a refreshing, crisp note – 4.7% abv.
An oldie but a goodie. The recipe's been around for yonks. Clear, bright and full flavoured with a malty, biscuit taste. We named it after the train that once brought hops and malts into the Brewery. And then shipped the beer out. All aboard - 3.8% abv.
The home of fresh cask ale. Banks’s cask ale is the freshest pint in the Midlands, brewed using only natural, local ingredients. A taste enjoyed across the whole country – straight from the Black Country.
Step inside the famous Victorian Park Brewery in Wolverhampton-home to Banks’s since 1875. Discover the 100% natural ingredients that make Banks’s beers and how these have remained unchanged for centuries while learning about the brewing process from mashing to fermentation, and see how traditional brewing methods have evolved.
The tour takes approximately two hours and this includes a guided tour of the brewery and the opportunity to enjoy three half pints of Banks’s finest cask ales in our Visitor Centre. You can take Banks’s home with you from the Brewery Shop, and choose from our selection of cask conditioned, bottled, canned beers, and gifts.
Banks's Park Brewery, Brewery Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 4JT
Brewery tours run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11am, 2pm and 6.30pm and Saturdays at 12noon. Maximum 20 per tour and pre-booking is advised to avoid disappointment, buffets can also be arranged at an additional cost but this must be pre-booked.
The tour costs £8.50 per adult and £5.00 per child.
Crafted with the finest ingredients to deliver a really easy drinking beer. A deep gold in colour it comes with malty, hoppy flavours and clean finish with fruity overtones. Great with a packet of pork scratchings or a hot pie - 3.8% abv.
The original Banks's brew. This beer is the beer that made Banks's famous and is still the world's best-selling mild - it's beautifully balanced, smooth and very moreish. A light chestnut coloured beer, exhibiting a glorious balance. Malty with a perceptible burnt note, it's full bodied with a hint of bitterness counterbalancing the rich, biscuity flavour from the best barley - 3.5% abv.
Brewed with an exciting blend of Pilgrim, Citra and Nelson Sauvin hops Sunbeam is a gloriously zesty blonde beer. It has a vibrant citrus hop aroma and a shimmering blonde colour. The rich gooseberry and zesty grapefruit taste create an easy drinking beer with a clean, long aftertaste - 4.2% abv.
The traditional values which the Jennings family instilled in the business are still respected, and combined with a modern day commercial approach, they have undoubtedly contributed to the success of Jennings ales.
Jennings Brewery was originally established as a true family concern back in 1828, in the village of Lorton. The company moved to its current location in 1874, to the historic town of Cockermouth, in the shadow of Cockermouth castle, at the point where the rivers Cocker and Derwent merge.
Jennings regards itself as a traditional brewer, traditional in a number of different ways. Pure Lakeland water is still used for brewing, drawn from the brewery’s own well only the finest natural ingredients are added, including English pale ale malt and carefully selected old English hops.
Find out how our real ales are still brewed with care and attention, by taking our friendly, guided tour of the brewery.
Castle Brewery, Cockermouth CA13 9NE
January: No tours
February, through to December Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 1.30pm
£9.50 for adults, £8.00 OAP's (Over 60) and £4.50 for children (over 12 years only please)
A distinctively darker bitter, with a really moreish taste and a very drinkable strength – it makes the ideal session beer. Brewed with English pale ale and amber malt, to give a nutty flavour that supports a subtle blend of English aromatic hops.
Most popular in the Lake District, Jennings heartland, but it is appreciated by countless drinkers in many other parts of the county too. Jennings Bitter is the original beer to come from the Cockermouth brewery and been brewed for over a hundred years.
Bitter has won the Campaign for Real Ale Award for the Champion Beer of the North West 2009, a bronze award in 2013 International Beer Challenge and more recently bronze awards in the tasting and design and packaging categories in 2014 - 3.5% abv.
An award winning golden bitter which won gold in the World’s best beer Awards (European) 2013 and more recently a silver medal at the International Beer Challenge 2014.
A bitter beer of great character, appealing to those drinkers who really appreciate their beer and are looking for quality.
Launched in 1995 as ‘September Ale’, Jennings Cocker Hoop has become hugely popular, particularly with Lake District tourists in summer.
The name is derived from ‘Cock-a Hoop’, an old custom of removing the cock (or spigot) from a barrel and resting it on the hoop of the cask before commencing a drinking bout, but was changed to reflect the brewery’s location on the banks of the River Cocker - 4.2% abv.
A superb golden coloured ale, brewed with English pale Ale malt and using only the finest English aromatic hops. Traditionally brewed using pure Lakeland water drawn from the brewery 's own well. A full flavoured beer with a delicate hop character, makes this beer ideal for the demanding, modern beer drinker.
Cumberland has become a firm favourite nationwide and is Jennings best-selling brand outside the Lake District.
Cumberland has won silver in 2009, bronze in 2010 and more recently bronze in the design and packaging category at the International Beer Challenge 2014 - 4.7% abv.
An award winning strong, satisfying ale, wonderfully warming and full of complex flavours, which create an intriguing beer of great character.
This dark beer with a reddish tinge, derived from the use of coloured malts, perfectly balanced with specially formulated brewing sugars and English aromatic hops.
First introduced in 1990 as a winter warmer, Jennings Sneck Lifter has become a firm favourite in the portfolio.
In northern dialect sneck means door latch and a sneck lifter was a man’s last sixpence which enabled him to lift the latch of a pub door and buy himself a pint, hoping to meet friends there who might treat him to one or two more.
Sneck Lifter won bronze awards in 2011 in both the International Beer Challenge and the Brewing Industry International Awards. In 2013 it won a silver award from CAMRA for Champion Winter Beer of Britain (Regional and National). A bronze award from the International Beer Challenge in 2013 and more recently a silver award in the tasting category of the International Beer Challenge 2014 - 5.1% abv.
We take two things seriously here at Ringwood Brewery; our ales and leisure time. Along with creating quality craft ales, we are relaxation enthusiasts. Our motto is to ‘Visit the Winding Downs’, a place to enjoy some quality time with friends - so kick back and open a bottle of Ringwood!.
The brewery tour experience at the Ringwood Brewery in Hampshire takes approximately one and a half hours. This includes, a tour of the brewery, an opportunity to taste the three types of malted barleys used in the brewing process, the option to sniff a number of different hops, and you will also get to see a brew fermenting in the Tun Room.
The tour also includes a tasting session where you will get to try our current range of crafted beers, and the opportunity to browse our Brewery Store which is crammed with various gifts, goodies, and an unrivaled range of bottled and draught beers.
We provide all our guests with a complimentary glass on departure.
The brewery tour experience is a Visit England ‘Quality Assured Visitor Attraction’ for 2014.
Unfortunately, due to the nature and layout of our Brewery, there is limited access to certain areas which may not be suitable for all. We do all that we can to ensure that you enjoy your time with us. We do ask that you wear suitable footwear and clothing. If you have any concerns regarding access please call the brewery on 01425 470303.
Ringwood Brewery, 138 Christchurch Rd, Ringwood, Hants BH24 3AP
July to August: Saturday 12noon, 2pm and 4pm, Sunday 12.30pm and 2:30pm, Tuesday 3pm and 6:30pm and Thursday 3pm
January and September: Saturday 12noon, 2pm and 4pm, Sunday 12.30pm and 2:30pm and Tuesday: 6:30pm
Rest of the year: Saturday 12noon, 2pm and 4pm, Sunday 2:30pm and Tuesday 6:30pm
£10.00 for adults and £5.00 for children (under 18)
We are unable to accept children under the age of 8.
Please call for evening brewery tour prices
If you would like to organize a group tour please call the brewery on 01425 470303 for group brewery tour prices
Boondoggle is an American term first coined in the 1920’s. Boondoggle is a word meaning 'work of little value' which we have interpreted to mean 'Jolly' or ‘any excuse for a pint’.
Boondoggle delivers a hoppy aroma with a citrus punch. This followed by a well-balanced moreish fruity taste. Boondoggles unique character is a result of the use of the finest English Pale Malt, First Gold and Fuggles Hops.
Boondoggle is a deliciously fruity ale affectionately crafted to savour and satisfy. 4.2% abv in cask and 4.2% abv in bottle.
Our First IPA only available in bottles for the time being. Circadian means a pattern reoccurring naturally on a 24 hour cycle. At Ringwood we thought it would be the perfect name for our new 'Everyday IPA'. To give Circadian the full flavour of an IPA whilst keeping the ABV to a sessionable 4.5% we use 5 exotic hops.
This gives a wonderful aroma and a refreshing hoppy finish.
49er gets its unique name from the 1849 gold rush and also the fact that it is golden in colour and brewed to 4.9% in both cask and bottle.
49er has been our premium golden craft ale since first brewed in 1978. Fortyniner, is bright and full of rich flavours to satisfy the most refined palate.
49er delivers a fresh hop bouquet, turning into a slightly malty taste off set with strong hop balance, and deep bittersweet finish - a true connoisseurs pint. This is a result of the use of floor-malted Maris Otter barley, Goldings, Progress, Fuggles and Challenger hops. It is 4.9% abv in cask and bottle
Ringwood's most iconic beer was first brewed in late 1979 without a name. A competition in the local press inspired a local consumer to come up with a suitable suggestion!
Old Thumper has a distinctive aroma, a slightly peppery spicy aroma with a hint of apples. There is a luscious balance of grain and hop in the mouth a bitter sweet finish with delicate fruit notes. The result is a warm rounded yet surprisingly delicate pale strong beer.
Old Thumper was awarded CAMRA highest honor the ‘Champion Beer of Britain’ in 1988. It is 5.1% abv in cask and bottle.
A fresh face for an old favourite. Ringwood Razorback is brewed to the same recipe as our famous Best Bitter which has been revered for its quality since 1978. This easy drinking thirst quencher 3.8% bitter is perfect for all occasions.
With an ideal balance of hoppy happiness and citrus fruit, our classic Razorback is plenty refreshing to hit the spot. Razorback is best enjoyed in relaxed surroundings. Goes well with salt and vinegar and pork scratchings.
The name Razorback is in homage to our legendary brewery boar, and our symbol since our foundation in 1978.
Home of the legendary Hobgoblin, the Wychwood Brewery is tucked away behind the main street of the market town of Witney, in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Witney is historically famous for its 3 Bs; its bread, its blankets and its beer. Brewing has taken place in Witney for centuries.
Home of the legendary Hobgoblin, the Wychwood Brewery is tucked away behind the main street of the market town of Witney. Brewing in the town dates back to 1811 and the Wychwood Brewery is sited in the Old Eagle Maltings, built more than 150 years ago when barley was malted for the towns brewery.
Brewery tours run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons throughout the year (excl. public holidays).
The full tour experience lasts approximately 2 hours and takes you through the brewing process of Wychwood and Brakspear beers, from the raw ingredients, taking in the Copper, Mash Tun and Brakspear’s famous ‘double-drop’ system. You are also invited to sample our flagship legendary Hobgoblin beer and sample a range of Wychwood and Brakspear bottled beers, all of which are available to purchase from our brewery store.
Due to the nature and layout of the brewhouse there is limited access to certain areas which may not be suitable for all. A full access statement is available. Unfortunately we cannot accept children under the age of 12 years.
The brewery tour experience is a Visit England ‘Quality Assured Visitor Attraction’ for 2014.
Pre-booking is essential.
Wychwood Brewery, Eagle Maltings, The Crofts, Witney, Oxfordshire OX284DP.
Friday: 3pm and 6pm
Saturday: 11am, 11.30am, 2pm, 2.30pm, 4pm and 4.30pm
Sunday: 2pm and 2.30pm
The cost of the tour is £8.50 per person which includes a drink on arrival, the tour, beer sampling and complimentary souvenir Wychwood Brewery glass.
If you represent or belong to a special interest group, pub or club,or would like a private group tour outside of our regular tours please contact us and we will look to accommodate you on a weekday evening (minimum 10 people).
This dark beer is a nod to the archer of yesteryear. The rich and full-roasted toffee malt delivers a lingering flavour that is straight and true… and really hits the spot. ABV 3.6%.
The Black Wych has cast her spell. Start with a measure of alluringly rich dark malt and allow the bitterness to creep in. Watch out for the caramel sweetness lurking behind. This silkily smooth porter is no taboo, it’s a spellbinding force to be reckoned with - 5% abv.
Dr. Thirsty’s has arrived in town and is ready to wreak havoc with his shamanic brews. Fresh off his cart is No.4. It’s an unpasteurised, shimmering blonde concoction with an insanely fragrant aroma resulting in instant refreshment. No.4 is the first of Dr. Thirsty elixirs to emerge from his apothecary – 4.1% abv.
A dazzling golden beer. The warming hints of honeyed nectar will spark the intense and sharp gooseberry flames. A refreshingly crisp catch smouldering in a citrus aroma that will leave you glowing from inside. ABV 3.5%.
Back off it’s Ginger Beard, he’s a fiery character and his beer is no different. This pale amber ale is infused with fiery root ginger to deliver a spicy finish with a bit of bite. Serve chilled or over to ice to calm the flames! - 4.2% abv
Craft-brewed with Pale & Crystal Malts for a sturdy ruby colour and rich malty taste. With a hefty wack of English Fuggles and Styrian Goldings hops for a classic refreshing bitterness. Slay your thirst with this classic! - 4.2% abv
It was in a shadowy corner of the old maltings of the Wychwood Brewery that the first gurgle was heard –a delicious ruby ale pouring from the cask. Originally brewed by our founder Chris Moss to celebrate the wedding of a local landlords daughter, this mischievous ale was named ‘Hobgoblin’ by a student working in an Oxford bar – constantly being asked for a pint of ‘that stuff’. And so the legend was bor...
Full-bodied, Ruby beer that delivers a delicious chocolate toffee malt flavour, balanced with a rounded moderate bitterness and an overall fruity, mischievous character - 5.2% abv.
A hidden treasure has been unearthed in the Wychwood Brewery…and it’s as pure and precious as it’s forefather.
Hobgoblin Gold is the latest beer carrying the little fella’s moniker, and while Gold might be lighter in colour, it’s definitely no lightweight. The combination of four hop varieties and an infusion of wheat and malted barley has resulted in the perfect golden beer – with a huge hop punch.
Guilt edged golden refreshment. Well what did you expect? - 4.5% abv
Hobgoblin IPA, launched in 2018, has recently been awarded the Worlds Best IPA at the World beer awards. This collision of old and new world hops provides an explosion of tropical aroma and a juicy bitterness. Born out of character.
Crafted with the finest ingredients to deliver a really easy drinking. A deep gold in colour it comes with malty, hoppy flavours and clean finish with fruity overtones - 4.7% abv.
Allegedly only ever brewed under a full moon, this mahogany coloured beer has a full, rich (yet smooth) flavour and a long, satisfying finish. Winner of a gold medal at the 2012 Asia Beer Awards - 6.6% abv.
Brewed in Oxfordshire since 1779, Brakspear beers, Oxford Gold & Gravity, are crafted using the unique double drop process giving exquisite clarity and flavour.
Following the closure of Brakspear Brewery in Henley in 2002, a £1million redevelopment of the Wychwood Brewery site was undertaken to move the brewing of Brakspear beers. This included moving and re-installing at Wychwood much of the original Brakspear brewing equipment, including the original Brakspear Copper, dating from 1779, and the famous Brakspear ‘Double Drop’ fermentation vessels, used to brew Brakspear Bitter and Brakspear Triple.
Tours of The Wychwood Brewery include the original Henley On Thames brewing plant including the famous Brakspear copper and the double-drop fermentation system.
The quintessential Oxfordshire Bitter. Amber in colour with a good fruit, hop, and malt nose. The initial taste of malt and well hopped bitterness dissolves into a bitter-sweet and fruity finish. Brakspear Gravity is brewed using the famous Henley 'double-drop' fermentation system incorporating six Victorian square fermenting vessels - 3.4% abv.
Brakspear Oxford Gold is a remarkably zesty brew, with fresh, citrussy aromas and a firm, fruity flavour. Pale ale malts provide the beer with its gold-gilt shimmer, spruced by a hatful of crystal malts to give body, texture and a delicate honey’d wrap.
The blend of hops delivers a shamelessly fresh perfume and fermentation by our Brakspear yeast gives Brakspear Oxford Gold a fabulous, fruity finish.
Brewed to 4% abv in cask, 4.6% abv in bottle.
A full bodied, session bitter with a smooth finish, ideal for all social drinking occasions. Brewed to a recipe that has stayed the same for generations, with only the finest natural ingredients and our unique brewing yeast - 3.9% abv.
An easy drinking smooth creamy ale that delivers a very consistent satisfying pint. Brewed to a recipe that has stayed the same for generations, with only the finest natural ingredients and our unique brewing yeast - 3.9% abv.
Shipyard Brewing Company have been brewing hand-crafted beers in Portland, Maine for over 20 years. Founded in 1992 at Federal Jacks Brew Pub in Kennebunkport Harbour. Rooted in tradition and brimming with innovation. Their award-winning beer is handcrafted by their team of brewers who learned their art from world-renowned master brewer, Alan Pugsley.
Shipyard are proud to brew in collaboration with Marston’s Beer Company to make three beers permanently available across the UK.
Combining the finest malted barley with a whole bunch of audacious American hops. This refreshing and gutsy American IPA is crisp, refreshing and explodes with a grapefruity citrus flavour. - 5% abv.
An easy drinking American style pale ale bursting with fruity citrus hop aroma and flavour. Dry hopped with a quartet of four American hop varieties - Chinook, Cascade, Columbus and Centennial. - 4.5% abv.
Distinctive spicy and nutty malt flavour to a pale ale packed full of fruity hop character. A pale ale with a twist from Simon Yates, Master Brewer at our Park Brewery in Wolverhampton. Inspired by certain American brewers, the inclusion of rye crystal malt adds a distinctive spicy and nutty malt flavour to a pale ale packed full of fruity hop character, from a cocktail of five different American hop varieties. - 4.3% abv.
Crafted with Lager Malt and a hop blend of German Hallertau Magnum & Tradition, Slovenian Styrian and dry hopped with British Admial & Boadicea varieties to deliver a refreshing easy drinking beer with a subtle citrus orange marmalade flavour - 4.0% abv.
This uniquely refreshing session beer, packed with flavour, has picked up awards from our peers and rave reviews from our customers ever since it was launched. And now, with a dynamic new design and renewed ambition, it will climb to even headier heights.
A superb thirst quenching, refreshing beer packed full of flavour, lightly hopped with subtle sweet notes and a delicate citrus aroma.
Golden. Smell: Fruit, Citrus. Taste: Refreshing, Fruity, Sweet, Citric. Bitter: 2.5. Sweet: 4.5.
A multi-award winning ale that pays tribute to the Avro Lancaster and is quite simply the ‘Best of British’ beer. A classic English ale, chestnut in colour with a lovely full-bodied flavour, enriched with a wonderful late hop character.
A two time gold medal winner in the European Beer Star Awards 2007 and 2011. As well as two silver medals at the International Beer Challenge 2012 and the World Beer Awards in 2014.
Lancaster Bomber is an award winning full-bodied chestnut coloured ale with an inviting malty aroma and warming aftertaste.
ALC. 4.4% VOL 2.2 units.
The eagle has been associated with the town of Bedford for centuries, but you will notice there’s a difference in the way the Eagle Brewery represents its bird, it looks to the left. We believe this represents the brewery’s unique point of view.
To this day, Eagle Brewery embraces different perspectives. It means that while others may move cautiously, we soar fearlessly. Like the eagle that looks over our brewery, we take a different view.
The eagle has been associated with the town of Bedford for centuries, but you will notice there’s a difference in the way the Eagle Brewery represents its bird, it looks to the left, we believe this represents the company’s unique point of view.
To this day, Eagle Brewery embraces different perspectives. It means that while others may move cautiously, we soar fearlessly. Like the eagle that looks over our brewery, we take a different view.
The 2 hour Eagle Brewery Experience includes:
Unfortunately there is limited access to certain areas which may not be suitable for all. Suitable footwear and clothing recommended. Please call us on 01234 608284 if you have any concerns or questions.
Eagle Brewery Havelock Street Bedford MK40 4LU
Saturday: 12noon & 3pm
Weekday Evening Party Bookings (10 People minimum) call the brewery on 011234 608284 for group brewery tour prices.
£10.00 for adults. Includes beer sampling and beer voucher.
Famed for its satisfying flavour Eagle has a complex and interesting taste for a low strength IPA beer.
Bombardier draws on over 140 years of brewing excellence and using only the finest ingredients and fresh mineral water to ensure we always create the perfect pint. We make beer for people who don’t care about the latest fad or fashion who just want a consistently good pint every time. So fill your glass or raise a bottle, take a taste and start your own march.
Bombardier Amber Beer is brewed using the finest British Hops and fresh mineral water from the Eagle Brewery Well. A fruity aroma and rich malty taste provides a crisp, mouth-watering beer. Tangy fuggles hops and sultana fruit flavour finish off the palate. Bombardier is a beer for those who embrace their independent spirit and march to their own drum.
Awaken your senses with zesty aromas; let the fresh crispness tingle your taste buds and enjoy a smooth, lasting finish. Brewed using the finest British Hops and fresh mineral water from the Eagle Brewery Well. A rich citrus fruits taste provides a dry, refreshing beer. Bombardier is a beer for those who embrace their independent spirit and march to their own drum.
Young’s beers set the standard!
We only use four natural ingredients and we don’t use any artificial colours (unlike some beers!).
We know what we’re doing when it comes to great beer! Young’s beers share the heritage of over 186 years brewing expertise and are available in some of the best pubs in the country!.
Welcome to a family of beers with McNificent character! Founded in Edinburgh in 1856 by William McEwan, McEwan’s has been supplying great tasting beer ever since. Led by the market-leading Export and Champion, our beers are known and loved all over the UK for their flavorsome Scottish taste and McNificent charm.
This is Scotland’s favourite premium bottled beer for good reason. Full bodied and complex, its uniquely sweet and fruity character smooths the way to its McNificent strength. Launched in 1997 after winning a Tesco bottled beer competition, it’s been a true champion ever since.
A true cavalier, Export has been refreshing thirsty workers worldwide with its delightfully sweet, full-bodied and hearty character since 1856. Hardly surprising that it’s now Scotland’s biggest selling canned ale.
Take a moment to appreciate the hand-crafted and delicious balance between the finest Scotch whisky and a smooth and fruity beer. Savour the uniquely rich and full-bodied flavour. And enjoy that McNificent state of mind when two things just come together perfectly.
Welcome to the full flavoured and thoroughly McNificent Scottish lager. Easy drinking and completely refreshing, this light and balanced tasting lager was launched in 1976 and has been a huge favourite with lager drinkers ever since. Think of it as the best of McEwan’s tradition, heritage and brewing mastery deliciously delivered in a glass.
Courage has a rich family brewing history with over 220 years of brewing credentials. We use our own accredited natural mineral water from our own well and a classic single-strain British yeast from the original Courage Brewery in Horseleydown, London.
Crafted with over 200 years of Great British Brewing History.
Courage Best is hazelnut in colour with a sweet fruity aroma, malty flavour and a distinctive hop character, making for an easy drinking moreish ale.
Courage Directors was originally brewed exclusively for the Directors of the Alton brewery, but following public demand, the beer was made available to all.
This amber ale is full of character, with a distinctive spicy hop aroma. The perfect balance of crystal malt with crisp, fruity, nutty hops and a lasting finish.
DE14 is not just the Burton postcode it’s the name of our experimental 600 pint nano-brewery, built in 2016 and set in the heart of Burton upon Trent, the spiritual home of brewing.
The 2.5 barrel brew house is a brewers playground where our innovative team experiment with ingredients, techniques & styles. DE14 lets us push the boundaries of what is possible when testing the science behind brewing.
How do you brew the best lager in the galaxy? At DE14 we took the term literally & dry hopped & cold conditioned 4-Track with a heavy hit of the Australian Galaxy hop.
Named after the first multi-track recording machines found in recording studios in the 1950s our final beer is quad hopped to deliver a refreshing, well-rounded lager with a tempting hop aroma.
A punchy, refreshing Orange Pale Ale crammed with 5 different hop varieties and dry hopped with a generous quantity of Mandarina Bavaria to give the beer a heady marmalade aroma and an impressive Orange sharpness.
Marston’s has always been committed to brewing their own great beer and now we’ve extended our offer to include a great range of exclusive world beers and ciders. We offer an award-winning range of aspirational and authentic beer brands, including Erdinger, Estrella Damm, Founders, Kaltenberg, Kirin Ichiban, Koenig Ludwig and Warsteiner.
Beer fit for a King. A genuine Bavarian Royal Lager, named after Kaltenberg Castle originally built in 1290. Kaltenberg beers are strictly brewed according to the Bavarian purity law of 1516 introduced by forebear of the current Prinz Luitpold, Duke Wilhelm IV the world's first nutritional law. The Princes of Bavaria, also gave the world Oktoberfest and Bier Gardens.
ABV :- 4.1% Draught, Taste:- Initially slightly dry and tingling, well balanced and rounded fades to a clean palate, Recipe:- Kaltenberg, Bavaria, Germany, Brewed under Licence in the UK.
Over 140 years ago, young master brewer August Kuentzmann Damm emigrated from Alsace with his wife Melanie to the Mediterranean coast where they settled down to make their dream come true: brewing beer.
In 1876 they set up their own brewery and created a beer that was adapted to the Mediterranean climate.
Since then, Estrella Damm has been brewed using the original recipe from 1876, the result of a combination of barley malt, rice, and hops. 100% natural ingredients.
Do it right and enjoy a world-class premium pilsener. Warsteiner is Germany's leading premium pilsner brand. Family owned and presently managed by the 9th generation of the Cramer family. The Warsteiner Brewery was founded in 1753 in Warstein, a small town located in the middle of the beautiful Arnsberg forest. The forest has its own natural water reserve called Kaiserquelle (Kaiser's Spring). The Kaiserquelle's extra soft water still feeds the Warsteiner Brewery's water tanks giving Warsteiner it's unique taste.
ABV :- 4.8% Colour: Unique bright golden colour with a fine head, Taste:- Perfectly balanced hops, malt and yeast tones for a clean, crisp taste, Ingredients:- Kaiserquelle, Paradise & Glory spring water.