Sharp's Doom Bar Amber Ale, Sharp's Brewery Ltd (4.0%)
Doom Bar Bitter is named after an infamous sandbank at the mouth of the Camel Estuary in North Cornwall.
Greene King IPA, Greene King PLC (3.6%)
An easy drinking, refreshing IPA with a hoppy taste, and aroma to give a clean dry finish
Young's Bitter, The Eagle Brewery (3.7%)
A refreshing ale, golden in colour, with a light, dry palate, a fresh, fruity aroma and a long, satisfying bitter finish.
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.
Amstel, 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.
Birra Moretti, Heineken (4.6%)
Birra Moretti is a quality beer made in the traditional way. It is the result of a production process that has remained almost unchanged since 1859.
Carlsberg, Carlsberg UK Ltd (3.8%)
Carlsberg is a Pilsner style lager originating from Copenhagen, Denmark. Carlsberg is light, easy drinking and refreshing. The all malt recipe and Carlsberg yeast strain gives the balance between body and depth of flavour and a clean refreshing palate.
Foster's, Heineken (4.0%)
A pleasant, fruity, lighter-styled quaffing lager
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 Extra Cold, Guinness (4.3%)
Black as the night with a creamy tan head with a coffee and mild roasted aroma and flavour. Medium (light) bodied and a soft carbonation, a real mellow sweetness.
Strongbow, Heineken (4.5%)
Strongbow gets its distinctive flavour and cut-through refreshment through the unique blends of bittersweet British cider apples from our Herefordshire orchards.