It’s time to talk about dark beers. Porters and Stouts can look scary but despite the name, there’s nothing to fear here.
The Goathfather is an English-style porter with a heavy hit of chocolate malt, flaked oats for a bit of body, and some very light hop additions. At 4% ABV we’ve made a really light dark beer.
►Malts: Pale, CaraMunich, Chocolate, Flaked Oats ►Hops: East Kent Goldings
Believe us, we’ve tried a lot of IPAs, and most of them tend to pack a punch when it comes to ABV. We like our IPAs a bit easier to drink, but still full of flavour.
Looking Goat is an american style IPA packed with fruityness from the amarillo and chinook hops. We’ve gone with late-boil and dry hopping additions to provide a fresh flavour and light bitterness. And at 5.3% ABV you can happily have a few!
A traditional German bright beer that’s good all year round. We challenge you to find someone who’s not at least tried a Helles and that makes it our go-to for any group occassion. Simple and easy to drink - even if it’s devilishly hard to brew!
A combination of light-colored malts and traditional hop varieties give a full-bodied and mildly sweet character to the beer. It’s simple in its complexity. We give you our Helles.
The Extra Special Bitter (ESB) hails from England, and is one for the ale lovers. Ales can be an acquired taste, so we’ve spent some time creating an ESB which is a real crowd-pleaser. Silly Billy keeps the rich malty flavours and light hoppy aromas from three classic english hop varieties. And don’t be fooled by the name, it has only a light bitterness and, importantly, more fizz than your typical ale. Give it a try.
►Malts: Pale, Munich Dark ►Hops: Target, Challenger, East Kent Goldings