Pale Ale - A smooth and juicy modern hazy pale ale with delightful fruit character.£4.40
Deya - Into The Haze 6.2%
IPA - Soft, juicy, citrus and tropical fruit laden IPA in Deya's house style. This beer has clean malt structure, peachy yeast esters, and the saturated presence of Citra and Simcoe. Refreshing, clean and beautiful to drink!
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Pale Ale - Indecision time is a modern pale ale that changes from brew to brew to highlight individual new world hops. In this brew we used Nelson Sauvin, Citra and Centennial.£5.30
Collaboration beer with The Toy CHronicle and Deviant & Dandy. Pilsner - Clean, smooth, and crisp as a freshly pressed suit. Honey and floral hops dance on the breeze, while flavours of grainy malts and biscuits ride in the back with a snappy hop bitterness.The can art for this beer was designed by Will Blood.£6.00
Pale Ale - Quantock say: "Using our signature house pale ale base but a different carefully selected yeast from our previous DDH, this beer oozes tropical and stone fruit flavours and aroma; backed up with citrus notes and a velvety soft mouthfeel."Hops: Citra, Galaxy, Mosaic, Talus£4.10
Sour - Part of their ongoing monthly Fruited Sour release, Jim the head brewer decided to make one of his famous Cocktail recipes into a big Sour.£5.50
Porter - This is a truly indulgent beer. With a recipe laced with dark toasted malts, dried fruits and lemon zest, a six month stint in oak cognac barrels elevates things to a whole new level. Distinctive notes of rich dried prunes linger at the fore, with sweet marzipan flavours adding to the festive feel. Store and serve chilled.£8.40
Lager - Gentle and balanced, Helles exemplifies everything Lost & Grounded aims to achieve as a lager brewer. Rolling hills, open fields and happy times with friends - a reminder there are good things ahead. Helles uses the same pilsner malt blend as Keller Pils, and gently hopped with Magnum, Perle and Tettnang.£3.30
Fruited Gose - Packed with more blueberries than you can fit in to a 4 foot car, Blue Jam is tart, juicy and vibrantly purple (yes, sorry not blue). Much like the Gose-style beers you know Yonder for, this is full bodied and smooth, with a lick of Cornish Sea Salt, and this time, a touch of lemon-like flavour from coriander seed (just a touch).£6.30
Collaboration beer with The Toy CHronicle and Deviant & Dandy. Boysenberry Gose - Boysenberries are a lesser known and a more rare cousin to raspberries and blackberries. Combining the juicy intensity of blackberries with the more floral and sweet characteristics of raspberries. With the additional of sea salt, this classic deviation of a German kettle sour follows hot on the heels of ‘And The Beat Gose On’, but with a slight twist. Purple in colour and with a dry and fruity finish, we think we’ve got ourselves another of so moreish beer. The can art for this beer was designed by Uncle Absinthe£7.00
Stout - Brewed once a year, with a carefully selected blend of 8 malts, our UK sourced granola and combined with chocolate and caramel leading to a finish of dark fruit. Granola breakfast cereal combined with chocolate, caramel and finished with a dark fruit hit.£4.90