Pale Ale - Wonderfully juicy & fruity passionfruit pale£4.00
Rock Leopard - Distant Cousin of A Mu Mu Cat 6.2%
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India Pale Ale - Pleasant and pronounced aromas of lemon, ripe mango, earthy pine, tropical fruit, herbal and stone fruits with medium floral and citrus tones and a clean finish.
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DIPA - Previously known as "HOWL" until December 2018. 'In my dreams you walk dripping from a sea-journey on the highway across America in tears to the door of my cottage in the Western night.'Howl by Allen GinsbergMalts: Golden promise, Extra Pale Ale, Oats, Carapils, ViennaHops: Citra, Simcoe, Mosaic, Nelson SauvinYeast: London Ale III£8.60
Witbier - Flowers are given in love and joy, celebration and commemoration, or just for the sake of it. This wheat beer is as bright and vibrant as the most beautiful bouquet. Balancing the bold flavours of coriander seed and caracao orange peel with the gentle snap of Saaz and Tettnang hops, Flowers is a modern twist on a classic style, for any occasion.£4.40
IPA - Where’s did all the bitterness go? Well Add 2 Cart is bringing it back! May even have a touch of crystal malt and absolutely no oats! Flavour : Pine. Resin. Crisp. Malts: Low Colour Pale, Torrified Wheat, Crystal and Dextin malt Hops: Magnum, Simcoe, Mosaic and Idaho 7. Yeast: DR House Strain£4.40
Pale Ale - Sweet, aromatic waves of papaya and lemon collapse against a pillowy-soft body of flaked oats and wheat in a kaleidoscopic revelry held in suspension with the magic of East Coast ale yeast. A tempered bitterness and understated alcohol content further add to the ‘Dude's’ unrivalled drinkability.£5.00
Fruited Sour - This year's Elderflower Saison got kicked up a notch. Now with 100% of Little Earth's own yeast, it's more sour than saison with an added tartness from fresh local gooseberries to balance out the funky floral foraged elderflowers.£16.10
Sour - Raspberry gose pours opaque and vibrant red in colour. Aromas of fresh fruit dominate with hints of tangy yoghurt in the background. Tart raspberry coulis hits your senses with the first sip and lingers with the full, smoothie-like body and a saline lick from Cornish sea salt.£5.60
IPA - After the success of the Sussex Project Little Monster started a new series but with a slight difference. Brew 5 beers with the same malt, same yeast, same ABV but change two hops every time and see what type of flavours they could create. First up Idaho 7 and Bru1. A Session IPA with punchy tropical fruits and hints of spice.£4.90
DDH IPA - With a frankly crazy 65kg all in, this beer is bursting with the typical Mosaic notes; a medley of berries, bubblegum, and mango, with some of the lesser picked up flavour profiles – rosewater, tangerine, as well as earthy bitterness to round everything off.£6.20
Porter - Café Racer is a multi-award-winning porter that is fuelled with locally roasted Sumatran Espresso coffee and Madagascan Vanilla. It pours pitch black with espresso on the nose, has a rich velvety mouthfeel and a long smooth vanilla finish.£4.40
Brown Ale - This American Brown Ale has been brewed with a doff of the cap to the first wave of American craft brewers. A considered malt bill gives good mouth feel backed with a deft use of classic U.S. hop varieties in the copper and dry hop.£4.90
Pale Ale collaboration with Dom's Subs, best sandwiches on this side of London. Beer is brewed by unsung pioneers of craft beer in London, By the Horns Brewery. Based on their house pale ale expect soft body & mouthfeel, low bitterness with Lashings of tropical Transatlantic hops. Amarillo, Centennial, Goldings.Sold in six packs only.£15.00
NEIPA - The use of Kveik yeast produces some amazing flavours during fermentation. Full bodied & hazy, we dry hopped with Amarillo, Mosaic and El Dorado for flavours of stone fruit, mango and pear, developing into a subtle spicy finish.£5.50
Pale Ale - If you're fond of sand dunes and salty air, consider Norfolk. Sweeping coastlines that define the region as much as the vast skies. Instantly recognisable, our coastal dunes perpetually shift with each tide, gently changing the landscape in a state of continual variation. Sweeping Coast is resinous, bright and fresh yet subtlety undulating on a journey, one that is always set to home.£4.50