Yorkshire Bitter (3.8% abv)
A golden bitter with a good balance of malty and refreshing citrus notes leading to a mellow tangy finish. As soon as you can, just after pouring it into your glass, smell the fragrance of aroma rising to the surface.
Nightmare (5.0% abv)
"This dark stout or porter-type beer has black colour with a hint of ruby, and cappucino-coloured head. The nose is all about caramel and honey, with a biscuity richness. On the palate it is smooth and very creamy-textured, with a flood of bittersweet flavours. There's a pungent hoppiness, but overlaid with dark chocolate and malt and a grippy, serious depth of flavour. With good length too, this is a fine, fine beer." (4.5 out 5) Roger Protz, beer-pages.com
Stallion (4.2% abv)
A distinctly malty character, with a hint of nuttiness. The enhanced hopping rate used to produce every bottle of this premium ale harks back to the good old days of a true Yorkshire bitter.
Stud (4.3% abv)
In a class entirely its own, there is no denying the superb pedigree or flavour kick delivered by this robust beer from pale and chocolate malts. Combines a hint of subtle Northdown bitterness with a Golding aromatic finish.
Thoroughbred (5.0% abv)
What more to say? The finest Maris Otter malt with an exquisite hop character makes a wonderful accompaniment to excellent food - oysters, apparently!