Supreme Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British Beer Festival 2005 AND 2006, this is a pale, refreshing and hoppy beer with gorgeous tropical fruits aromas. Crouch Vale was established in 1981. Situated close to the River Crouch in Essex their beers have become some of our favourites.
The recipe for Adnams Lighthouse is based on an award-winning beer that they used to call 'Champion Pale Ale'. Lighthouse is a 3.4% abv beer, amber-coloured with a light fragrance, lovely malt flavours and long hoppy after-palate. This beer is a traditional pale ale brewed with traditional ingredients. Pale Ale malted barley and Crystal malted barley are used to add a touch of caramel and toffee. The hop blend gives the beer a spicy, herbal tone that fills the palate.
Fresh and zesty with crisp floral flavours. A background of sweet malt and a hoppy 'grapefruit' bitter finish characterises this champion bitter. Established in 1981, this Norfolk based brewery goes from strength to strength. Wherry was awarded the CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 1996.
We offer an electic range of guest ales from the biggest household names to micro breweries and craft beer. There’s a pint for everyone!
In 2008 we we’re awarded the prestigious Cask Marque award for the excellent condition of our ale. Cask Marque have been the foremost independent body on cask ale quality since 1997 and we are happy to say our beers score full marks.