Our delicious traditional English style Pub Grub is perfectly complimented with your choice of English Beer Styles.
Amber Ales: Amber ales are light to medium bodied and can be anywhere from light copper to light brown in hue. Typically amber ales are quite malty but not heavily caramelized in flavor.
Bitter: An English specialty generally denoting the standard ale--the "session" beer --in a English brewers range. They are characterized by a fruitiness, light to medium body and an accent on hop aromas more than hop bitters. Colors range from golden to copper. Despite the name they are not particularly bitter. A fuller bodied bitter is labeled as "Extra Special Bitter" (ESB).
English Style Brown Ale: These medium-bodied reddish-brown beers are malt accented with a nutty character, a gentle fruitiness, and low bitterness. Alcohol is moderate, a maximum of 5%ABV.
India Pale Ale (IPA): India Pale Ales are deep gold to amber in color, and are usually characterized by floral hop aromas and a distinctive hop bitterness on the finish.
Pale Ale: Pale ales tend to be fuller-bodied with a more assertive character on the palate the standard bitter in a English brewer’s portfolio. Despite the name, pale ales are not pale but, in fact, more of an amber hue.