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Our beers are can-conditioned and are a living product.

Store cold. Pour into a glass. Drink fresh.

We aim to stock a few of our core beers but will emphasise Experimental Series going forward. View our Shop page to see live stock.



A reimagined classic English brown ale. Rich and malty, just like my grandad expects. Generates a thick & creamy head when mature.

Molecule: maltol 



Belgian wheat beer infused with two types of orange peel, coriander and chamomile. 

Molecules: apigenin and D-limonene



Easy drinker. Focuses on the crosstalk between hops & malt.

The current version has a moderate dry hop and a dark roasted malt profile. 


Molecule: caryophyllene 



Classic German wheat beer - a.k.a hefeweizen. Fermentation character produces notes of banana and clove.

Molecules: isoamyl acetate and 2-methoxy-4-vinylphenol



An appreciation for zingy, zesty citrus.


With each batch there is experimentation with ratios of the peels and juice from grapefruit, orange, lemon & lime. A clean lager yeast fermentation helps the citrus shine through.

Molecule: grapefruit mercaptan

Beer: Beer


Experimental one-off batches brewed outside the confines of traditional recipes.



"Summer Saison"

Batch code: SS

ABV: 4.1%

This is a slightly tweaked version of the Summer Saison we made in 2022. A colder fermentation, Möst hops and a lower ABV lets delicate notes of strawberry and green apple shine through. This is easily the most sessionable brew we make and will probably become a core beer going forward!



"The Gunpowder Plot"

Batch code: Gun

ABV: 4.0%

A gunpowder green tea-infused cold saison. The recipe was inspired by a colleague whose experience in analytical chemistry has included measuring tea polyphenols, such as the health-promoting flavanoids known as 'catechins', which are extracted when you 'brew' a tea. He was involved in the release of a tea-infused beer from a certain large US brewery several years back, learning some interesting lessons on the effect of polyphenols on haze stability.


This brew is also themed alongside Japanese genmaicha, which combines roasted puffed rice and green tea. We spent a long time dry-roasting rice crispies on the cast iron! 

The beer is light, slightly fruity, slightly earthy and is coaxed along with a modest EKG, Fuggles and Möst dry hop.

View the Brew Legacy page to see previous Experimental Series releases.



A warming release for the festive season and the dreary months of late Winter. Six spices and extra orange peels are combined with a slightly darker version of our Witbier recipe. Improving with age, savour this brew around the fire in Winter. 

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