Brewdog Bashah (Scotland) - This special BrewDog & Stone Brewery(USA) collaboration is a double black Belgian IPA.
Cantillon Iris – Cold hopping technique (hops further macerated in the beer) after two years in barrel gives it the characteristics of bitter. Iris is brewed only once every season and bears a date.
Cave Creek Chili Beer (US) – This crisp lager with a real chili pepper in each bottle packs quite a kick.
Cotswold Premium (UK) – Perennially popular, it is crisp and dry with a surprise bitter taste.
Cotswold Wheat – This German inspired weissbier is unfiltered and makes a refreshing sip in the garden.
Flying Dog Raging Bitch (USA) - An IPA enhanced with Belgian yeast, it hits your taste buds with a delicate hop bitterness. A whopping 8.3% ABV.
Harviestoun Ola Dubh Special Reserve 12 (Scotland) - Know as 'Black Oil', it is matured in casks from Orkney's Highland Park distillery to add complementary whisky notes. Chocolatey, lingering and bittersweet.
Heather Ales Fraoch - Light floral hint on the nose and a slightly bitter long aftertaste. A heather honey finish.
High & Mighty Beer of the Gods (USA) - Conceived in Massachusetts from a German recipe. Lovingly overhopped in the American way.
Kelpie (Scotland) - Dark, rich ale, with a hint of seaside saltiness in the finish.
Marble Manchester Bitter (UK) – Fans say its malty fruitiness echoes a Boddingtons style from long ago.
Marble Organic Ginger 6 – This biscuity pale malt has the aroma and spicy finish of root ginger
Ridgeway IPA (UK) - Whole leaf hops and pale malts produce a potent and distinctive IPA. Bottle conditioned.
St Austell Admiral's Ale (UK) - Brewed in Cornwall to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Nelson's victory at Trafalgar. Blends Cornish Gold malt with Styrian Golding and Cascade hops for a rich flavour and spicy aroma.
Thornbridge Halcyon IPA (UK) - Best Harvest Ale in the World Beer Awards 2009. This green hopped style uses plump, resinous hop cones. Intense aromas of orange peel, pine sap and a hint of smokiness.
Thornbridge St. Petersburg Imperial Russian Stout (UK) - Subtle peatiness and chocolate malt flavours.
Tusker (Kenya) - Plenty of punchy hops and a lingering finish. Said to be named in honour of the brewery's founder who was killed by an elephant whilst hunting.
West Berkshire Brewery Dr Hexters range
Dr Hexters Healer - Gold medal in the Premium category at Great British Beer Festival 2009 and Bronze in the entire show.
Good Old Boy - Champion Best Bitter in Champion Beer of Britain London. South East Beer of the Year 2009.
Mr Chubb's Lunchtime Bitter – Yet another impeccable Gold medal winner.
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