These are the brews we’ve got on the go at the moment.

BECOMING NORTH

Taking cues from the brewers of the Baltics, we selected a lager yeast to ferment this dark beer. Keeping the fermentation cold, at around 11 degrees C, makes this beer extra smooth and brings out the chocolatey malt flavours.

Check out the story behind when we first brewed Becoming North in 2016 here.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in cask and can. Contains malted barley and oats

ABV: 6%   O.G.: 1.061   F.G.: 1.016   IBU: 26

  • 19% HOPPINESS 19%
  • 80% MALTINESS 80%
  • 35% BITTERNESS 35%
  • 55% SWEETNESS 55%
  • 68% BODY 68%

KOKOMO WEEKDAY

After the success of its bigger partner, we wanted to bring our antidote to the grey West Country winter to the rest of your week too. First brewed in January 2018, this is a session strength IPA drenched in sunshine and full of tropical flavours. Pineapple, passionfruit and mango dominate but this is all from the hops.

Here’s the story behind Kokomo Weekday.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in keg and can. Contains malted barley and oats

ABV: 4.3%   O.G.: 1.044   F.G.: 1.010   IBU: 24

  • 91% HOPPINESS 91%
  • 21% MALTINESS 21%
  • 30% BITTERNESS 30%
  • 43% SWEETNESS 43%
  • 36% BODY 36%

POCKET CALCULATOR

The first brew of this German-style wheat beer was not only our 200th gyle but also the first recipe our new brewer Fergus put together. A traditional Hefeweizen brewed with modern German hops (Hallertau Blanc), this beer is amber in colour and made with a unique yeast strain to give it its distinctive flavour. This refreshing, full-bodied and highly carbonated beer is sweet upfront with a dry finish, showcasing yeast-driven fruit and spice.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in keg. Contains malted barley and wheat

ABV: 5%   O.G.: 1.051   F.G.: 1.011   IBU: 16

  • 44% HOPPINESS 44%
  • 62% MALTINESS 62%
  • 20% BITTERNESS 20%
  • 62% SWEETNESS 62%
  • 50% BODY 50%

STORMS PASS

A smooth sessionable brown ale made with English hops and malt. Inspired by historic recipes and perfect for chilly nights in your favourite pub.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in cask. Contains malted barley and wheat

ABV: 4.3%   O.G.: 1.042   F.G.: 1.010   IBU: 24

  • 28% HOPPINESS 28%
  • 66% MALTINESS 66%
  • 56% BITTERNESS 56%
  • 62% SWEETNESS 62%
  • 56% BODY 56%

GAME THEORY

A light, hazy and refreshing low ABV pale ale to remind us of those long summer months. A classic combination of Amarillo and Citra combine for this thirst-quenching beverage.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in keg and can. Contains malted barley, wheat

ABV: 3.5%   O.G.: 1.037   F.G.: 1.010

  • 80% HOPPINESS 80%
  • 38% MALTINESS 38%
  • 52% BITTERNESS 52%
  • 43% SWEETNESS 43%
  • 45% BODY 45%

COMMON THREAD

Full bodied pale ale with a crisp bitterness, featuring an ever-changing hop profile. The hops used so far have been Denali, Huell Melon and Ekuanot in the first gyle and classic American ‘craft beer’ hops Centennial and Chinook in the second gyle.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in cask. Contains malted barley, wheat and oats

ABV: 4.2%   O.G.: 1.042   F.G.: 1.009   IBU: 27

  • 73% HOPPINESS 73%
  • 41% MALTINESS 41%
  • 33% BITTERNESS 33%
  • 50% SWEETNESS 50%
  • 56% BODY 56%

EXTRA SPECIAL

This is a rich and sweet malt bomb of a beer! One of the all-time classics styles of beer, Bramling Cross hops bring the balancing bitterness with flavours of hedgerow fruits.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in cask and can. Contains malted barley

ABV: 5.6%   O.G.: 1.063   F.G.: 1.020   IBU: 33

  • 30% HOPPINESS 30%
  • 76% MALTINESS 76%
  • 45% BITTERNESS 45%
  • 60% SWEETNESS 60%
  • 67% BODY 67%

SHADOW FUTURE

This is a dry stout brewed with oats and rye. No frills, no fuss, this is a straight-forward beer for when you need a little roast in your life. With a base of extra pale malt, we’ve added roasted barley, flaked oats and rye to the mash.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in keg. Contains malted barley, oats and rye.

ABV: 4.2%   O.G.: 1.039   F.G.: 1.007   IBU: 39

  • 38% HOPPINESS 38%
  • 42% MALTINESS 42%
  • 61% SWEETNESS 61%
  • 26% BITTERNESS 26%
  • 40% BODY 40%

TIME LAPSE

We’ve gone back to our roots for this one and brewed a classic English bitter. Sitting in a pub with a pint of cask bitter is one of our favourite things to do. It’s part of a grand tradition of pub life that stretches back generations in this country. We want to celebrate those traditions with this beer, which is our exploration of the style of beers we grew up drinking.

We’ve been developing the recipe over the months to take in different aspects of traditional English beers. Expect to see some darker beers, some lighter beers, modern and classic hops, as we aim to nail down what it is about this type of beer that has such an enduring appeal.

What will stay true throughout the brews is that it will always have British hops, and always be fermented in our open top tanks. This style of beer isn’t a showy scene-stealer, and nor should it be. It’s a beer brewed to accompany conversation and laughter. And always brewed for cask.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Contains malted barley and wheat

ABV: 3.8%   O.G.: 1.040   F.G.: 1.009   IBU: 29

  • 43% HOPPINESS 43%
  • 55% MALTINESS 55%
  • 61% BITTERNESS 61%
  • 30% SWEETNESS 30%
  • 36% BODY 36%

KOKOMO WEEKEND

An antidote to the grey West Country winter! This is an IPA drenched in sunshine and saturated with tropical flavour. Pineapple, passionfruit and mango dominate but this is all from the hops. Grab a glass and come mambo by the pool!

Here’s the background to Kokomo Weekend, and here’s a video of one of our brewdays.

Unfined with a natural haze; vegan friendly. Available in can. Contains malted barley, oats, wheat

ABV: 7%   O.G.: 1.061   F.G.: 1.008   IBU: 44

  • 91% HOPPINESS 91%
  • 21% MALTINESS 21%
  • 30% BITTERNESS 30%
  • 43% SWEETNESS 43%
  • 36% BODY 36%

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You can tell how alcoholic your beer
is from how things float in it.