Beer, Cider & Real Ale Selection



  • £4.80
  • Harviestoun Ola Dubh 12 8%

    8%. Gaelic for “Black Oil” created in 2007. The first ale to be matured in whisky barrels from a named distillery, with traceable casks. Taking Old Engine oil and aging it for 6 months in casks that used to hold Highland park 12 YO.

  • £3.90
  • Chimay Gold 4.8%

    4.8%. Since 1862, the monks of Chimay began to brew their first beer according to the monastic traditions of natural brewing and top fermentation, followed by fermentation in the bottle.

  • £3.60
  • Hitachino Nest White Ale 5.5%

    5.5% - Brewed in the tradition of a Belgian Belgian-Style white beer with Coriander, nutmeg, orange peel and orange juice. Refreshing mildly complex flavour it is one of Hitachinos top-selling beers in Japan and the USA.

  • £4.00
  • Hop House 13 5%
  • £4.20
  • Crazy Creedance Pilsener 4.9%
  • £3.70
  • Guinness Surger
  • £4.00
  • Liefmans on the Rocks 3.8%
  • £3.60
  • Modelo 4.5%

    First bottled in 1925. Coronas big brother.

  • £3.40
  • Peroni Nastro Azzurro 5.1%

    The name means "Blue Ribbon" in Italian, in honor of the Blue Riband won by Italian ocean liner SS Rex in 1933.

  • £3.50
  • Estrella 4.6%

    Estrella Damm is a pilsner beer, brewed in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It has existed since 1876, when August Küntzmann Damm founded his brewery in Barcelona. The brand is the oldest in Spain and the name Estrella means "star" in both Catalan and Spanish.

  • £4.90
  • Erdinger 5.3%

    Fresh and fruity wheat beer traditionally fermented in the bottle gives the beer a sparkling and ultimately refreshing taste.

  • £3.80
  • Timothy Taylor Landlord 4.1%
  • £3.80
  • Adnams Ghost Ship 4.5%
  • £3.80
  • Sharps Doombar 4.3%
  • £4.20
  • Aspall Isabelle Berry 3.8%
  • £4.50
  • Aspall 5.5%
  • £4.30
  • Thatchers Old Rascall 4.5%



  • £4.00
  • Meister Pils 4.9%

    Brewed according to the German purity law. With specially selected natural products, which meet the highest quality standards of their master brewer. The distinctive hop aroma is due to the refinement with best Tettnang aroma hops. This creates a pleasant bitter taste, which gives this beer its cultured and refined touch.

  • £4.00
  • Moretti 4.6%

    The man with the hat. The first bottle of Birra Moretti was sold in the summer of 1860. In 2006 Birra Moretti was the only Italian brand to have been awarded both gold and silver medals at the World Beer Cup, the most important international competition in the industry.

    The story behind the label… ‘One day, in 1942, the nephew of Luigi Moretti, the founder of the brewery, going out for lunch saw a pleasant-looking man sitting at a table in the Trattoria Boschetti in Udine. There was something unique in that man. He somehow was embodying the real values of his beer: authenticity, tradition, genuineness.

    Eventually Mr Moretti went up to him and asked if he could take a picture of him. When the man was asked what he wanted in return, the only thing he asked for was another Moretti beer. Since that day the image of that man is on every single Moretti label, reminding us where we come from and who we brew our beer for’

  • £4.30
  • Goose Island IPa 5.9%

    India Pale Ale recalls a time when ales shipped from England to India were highly hopped to preserve their distinct taste during the long journey. The result is a hops lover's dream with a fruity aroma, set off by a dry malt middle and a long hop finish.