Beers, ales and lagers come in many types, styles and variations. Please choose from the styles listed to find more of the beers you like.
70A red bottle-conditioned ale that drinks just a little thin for its strength.
Cropton Brewery Monkman's Slaughter
65Interesting red-amber ale, but a touch too sharp and tart.
Flying Dog Old Scratch
75A full-flavoured, dark amber lager from Colorado.
Goose Island Honker's Ale
88A clean, ultra-fresh-tasting amber ale, loaded with flavour.
Lovibonds Henley Amber
70Henley has a great brewing heritage. This new beer comes from a microbrewery named after one of the town's long-gone breweries.
Palm Brewery Palm
80What the Belgians call a mass market ale, now available in the UK via Coors. It's a fine beer, well balanced and packing plenty of interest.
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale
78A bold, fresh-tasting, deep amber ale, although the intense hoppiness is rather demanding and will challenge a lot of drinkers.
Swan Lake Amber Swan Ale
Reddish amber in colour and slightly hazy... the nose pulsates with a hum of hops... Slightly creamy but in the midst a massive blast of ripe citrus hoppiness, a backbone of stern grainy malt upon whi...
Teme Valley Hearth Warmer
75Appealing deep red beer with a neat, frothy white collar, but more bitter than expected.
Traditional Scottish Ales Lade Inn Ladeback
78A good, tasty, deep-amber coloured beer with clean, fresh flavours.
Wells & Youngs Winter Warmer
75A somewhat frustrating red beer that keeps promising an explosion of rich, malty flavours but never quite delivers. Very pleasant all the same.
45An unusual beer described on the label as a ‘rich ruby ale' but appearing more amber in colour in the glass.
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