Export style pale ale hopped in the style of the India Pale Ales. Little sweetness for its strength and a strong hop character make this a smooth easy drinking favourite.
Brewed to compliment Mad dogs & Englishmen. This is a low strength pale ale refreshing and light But surprisingly flavoursome, this beer has a big taste for a low strength.
A traditional northern bitter copper coloured with a sharp bitterness and a full and complex flavour. An excellent session bitter that retains its flavour pint after pint
A golden best bitter, a medium bitterness balanced with a slight sweetness. Amber malt provides a slight nutty flavour and New Zealand Wakatu hops give this bitter a pleasant aroma
Brewed as a traditional dark mild, low strength and a rich, creamy flavour but with a slight bitterness contrast
Brewed as a Lancashire Stout, from an old Irish recipe. This is a meal in itself, the richness of the stout is balanced with a good bitterness. No aroma hops are used allowing the full roasted barley aroma to dominate
Richard Mason, Coppersmith built Irwell Works in 1888. Brewed in the modern style of English Pale Ale this mid-strength single hopped beer has a mild bitterness and pleasantly mildly hopped aftertaste
Brewed as a summer ale this beer is light in colour with bags of flavour
A stout containing lactose, a sugar derived from milk. Being unfermentable it adds sweetness, body, and calories to the finished beer.
A session strength pale ale, light hoppy aroma reminiscent of an American IPA, dry and refreshing, but the judicious use of Slovakian hops add an intense hop flavour and refreshing finish.
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