61 Deep, Marstons (3.6%)
61 Deep. Newest brew on the Burton block. 61 metres. That’s the depth of the well at the Brewery that gives this refreshing pale ale its name.
Carling, Carling (4.1%)
Carling has been Britain’s best selling lager for more than three decades. It is brewed to have the perfect balance of sweetness & bitterness ensuring it is as brilliantly refreshing from the first sip to the last.
Guinness Original, Guinness (4.2%)
Swirling clouds tumble as the storm begins to calm.
Landlord, Timothy Taylor & Co. Ltd (4.3%)
The drinkers' favourite, a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma
London Pride, Fullers (4.1%)
In recent years its popularity has grown to the extent that it is now Britain’s leading premium ale: a welcome fixture in many pubs and off licences around the country, and now winning new friends abroad.
Sea Fury, Sharp's Brewery Ltd (5.0%)
Sea Fury takes its inspiration from the stormy Atlantic seas that crash into the rugged Cornish coast during the long, dark winter.
Theakston Traditional Mild, Theakstons Ltd (3.5%)
One of the few truly national Mild brands, classically dark, dry and flavoursome.
Aspall Cyder Draught, Aspall Cyder (5.5%)
Fruity, dry, racy, thirst-quenching, lip-smacking
Thatchers Haze, Thatchers Cider (4.5%)
Thatchers Haze is a cloudy premium cider bursting with apple flavour.
The Hogfather, Orchard Pig Brewery (7.4%)
Don’t be fooled by the impressive muscle power of this cider, you can still expect a smooth, drinkably moreish finish.