Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, Harvey's Brewery (4.0%)
Popular local Ale
Amstel 1870, Heineken (4.1%)
Our classic, golden Amstel Beer, with its very distinctive and mildly bitter taste, has over the years become well known beyond the borders of its native country.
Kronenbourg 1664, Heineken (5.0%)
Kronenbourg 1664 is a lager with a noble history, characterized by its fine taste. Its golden hues and delicate bitterness come from selecting the best hops (the Strisselspalt), and the unique know-how of one of the French master brewers.
Guinness Draught, Guinness (4.1%)
Guinness is an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.
Gem, Bath Ales Ltd (4%)
Gem (4.1% vol / 4.8% vol in bottles) is a quintessentially English beer, brewed with skill and passion using floor-malted Maris Otter barley and Goldings hops from Kent. Gem contains wheat and barley malt.
Coppernob, Tonbridge Brewery (3.8%)
Fairly dry ale with a light maltiness & medium bitterness
Seafarers, Fullers (3.6%)
Light refreshing English bitter
Wherry, Woodforde's Brewery (3.8%)
Light but full of flavour and with a delicious citrus aftertaste. Great with Norfolk Ham and Turkey or on its own.
Young’s Bitter, Young & Co.'s Brewery PLC (3.7%)
Young’s Bitter shares the heritage of 175 years of brewing expertise. Today Young’s Bitter one of the fastest growing standard cask beers in England and Wales.
Red Top, The Old Dairy Brewery (3.8%)
Red Top, a classic best bitter.
Stowford Press, (4.5%)
Clear dry but semi sweet Cider- absolutely delicious
Addlestones Cloudy Cider, Gaymer Cider Company Limited (5%)
Made from 100% West Country cider apples, it has a gentle sparkle (the bubbles are much smaller than those you get with artificial carbonation) and a bright, golden hue.