75A refreshing, bitter, golden ale featuring Fuggles and First Gold hops.
73A lighter-drinking beer than its strength would suggest.
Ringwood Old Thumper
75A famous copper ale with a rather subtle finish for a beer of its strength.
Ringwood Seventy Eight
75An old-fashioned, orange-amber beer brewed to celebrate 30 years of brewing at Ringwood. It's not nearly as fruity as most of Ringwood's beers, and it's not bottle conditioned either, which takes away...
Sticky Ringwood Porter Pudding with Butterscotch Ice Cream and Berries
From Simon Brooks, head chef at The Vine, Hambledon, Hampshire – a Marston's Pub Company pub
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Green & Pleasant Lands
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The heart of Hampshire (Ringwood)
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Wychwood branches out
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