Our Real Ales

Beer on tap now

AlePril Fool

Green King ABV 4.3% £3.40

Don’t let this seasonal ale trick you with its dark appearance. It has a light, refreshing and fruity taste. Brewed using dark malt and Challenger, Goldings and First Gold hops.

This beer is currently being served.

Ruddles County

Ruddles ABV 4.3% £3.40

An English Ale with a distinctive flavour of dark toffee and caramel combined with a crisp bitterness derived from using rare Bramling Cross hops.

This beer is currently being served.

Abbot Ale

Westgate Brewery - Greene King ABV 5.0% £3.40

In Bury St. Edmunds – the home of Abbot Ale – brewing can be traced back 1,000 years. In fact, the Domesday Book records “cerevisiari” or ‘ale brewers’ who served the Abbot in the town’s Great Abbey.

Inheriting their fascinating experience, our brewing process has hardly changed over hundreds of years. It takes seven days to craft the perfect pint of Abbot Ale. Brewed for longer, the ale has masses of fruit character, malty richness and a superb hop balance. An award-winning beer, Abbot Ale was recently recognised with a prestigious 2014 Monde Gold Award.

This beer is currently being served.

Beers in the cellar

Gold Star Pale

Shipstone’s ABV 4.2% £3.40

This pale ale is a beer for all palates and offers a light, smooth and refreshing taste. The aroma is a blend of fresh picked hops with wonderful citrus notes. The flavor has a malty velvet feel that balances perfectly with a zest of citrus, providing a flowery subtle finish that clears and won’t linger.

This beer is currently in the cellar.

Ruddles County

Ruddles ABV 4.3% £3.40

An English Ale with a distinctive flavour of dark toffee and caramel combined with a crisp bitterness derived from using rare Bramling Cross hops.

This beer is currently in the cellar.

Abbot Ale

Westgate Brewery - Greene King ABV 5.0% £3.40

In Bury St. Edmunds – the home of Abbot Ale – brewing can be traced back 1,000 years. In fact, the Domesday Book records “cerevisiari” or ‘ale brewers’ who served the Abbot in the town’s Great Abbey.

Inheriting their fascinating experience, our brewing process has hardly changed over hundreds of years. It takes seven days to craft the perfect pint of Abbot Ale. Brewed for longer, the ale has masses of fruit character, malty richness and a superb hop balance. An award-winning beer, Abbot Ale was recently recognised with a prestigious 2014 Monde Gold Award.

This beer is currently in the cellar.