Beers

Delirium Red - 8.0%

Delirium Red
Iconic Belgian Kriek with elderflower.

Brewery - Delirium

Delirium Tremens - 8.5%

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In 1997, Stuart A. Kallen nominated Delirium Tremens as "best beer in the world". A gold medal during the "world beer championships" in Chicago (1998) confirmed that worldwide recognition.

Brewery - Delirium

Eternal - 4.1%

Nmbco Eternal Keg
Citrusy, light and refreshing. To Eternity. Our flagship beer is a World Beer Cup award-winning session IPA that's low in ABV but high in hops.

Brewery - Northern Monk
 

Faithless 87 - 5.2%

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Brewed with Maris Otter, Oats and a touch of lactose for body, we then added lots of Alphonso Mango puree during fermentation. Unfined and unfiltered with a hazy orange hue.

Brewery - Redwillow

Fakir - 3.7%

Fakir
Golden colour, white foam head leaving lacing and citricy hop aroma.

Brewery - Empire Brewing

Floris Framboise - 3.7%

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This beer is a deep red, reminiscent of wine, cloudy because of the wheat beer. Very fine,compact and lacing pink foam.

Brewery - BE Beers of Europe

Freak Chick - 4.5%

Freak Chick
This red malty beer made with Pale and Crystal malts, is given an earthy, spicy and zesty character by a complex blend of five hops that is balanced by the sweetness of the malts.Dry hopped with Amarillo whilst conditioning.

Brewery - Heavy Industry

GADDS' No 3 - 5.0%

Gadds No3 1
The true taste of East Kent, this pale ale is brewed simply with pale malt and Goldings hops grown on Humphrey’s farm.It’s fresh, hoppy, clean and bitter. Champion Beer of Britain Finalist 2017.

Brewery - The Ramsgate Brewery

GADDS' No 5 - 4.4%

Gadds No5
A traditional Kentish Best bitter - the aroma is toffee malt and fresh green hops, the flavour is malt, hops and red berries with a full body and lingering bitter finish.

Brewery - The Ramsgate Brewery

Galatia - 3.9%

Wylam Galatia Cask
Extra light session pale with a heavy absorbed dose of New World Hops. Fresh orange shred, stone fruit blasts and a clean dry fresh pine kick to the finish.

Brewery - Wylam