JENNINGS COCKER HOOP - an award-winning light golden bitter from an all malt brew, with Styrian Golding hops added at various stages, to give a distinctive hop flavour and aroma. A beer of great character, appealing to those drinkers who really appreciate their beer and are looking for quality.
Iron Horse Pale Ale - Hepworth & Company Brewers, West Sussex, UK: "A perfect session ale" at 4.8%ABV, with "mellow biscuit malt, toasted grain, whole wheat bread, and a possible touch of brown sugar" in the flavor and aromatics. "Bottle-conditioned freshness" with "just a bit of ale yeast-inspired dried-fruit flavor". "Hops are dealt gently here" with "no real bitterness". "Flavorful from the high-kilned, ttoasted malts, but light and dry on the palate". "A lovely pint", "one to look for"
Theakston Legendary Ales - Old Peculier - had a pint of this at the Museum Tavern in London (a block from the British Museum) and it was wonderful! A highlight of the trip!
WELLS & YOUNG'S BREWING COMPANY'S BOMBARDIER RESERVE - a special version of the Bombardier bitter brewed with more hops. It’s malt dominated with some characteristic English yeast and faint banana aromas. 6% ABV,
WADWORTH & Co BREWERY OLD TIMER - this brewery in Devizes began life in Old Timer has been brewed for 50 years this ale is Wadworth's winter beer. Rich copper brown in colour with a strong malty aroma and a full bodied, intense flavour.