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Three Castles Gatehouse A Brown session ale, lightly hoppy with a subtle sweet taste.

ABV: 3.8%

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Three Castles King Alfred’s Gold No information yet!
Three Castles Summer Daze A light blonde crisp bitter full of body, rich in citrus and grapefruit aroma with a dry finish.

ABV: 3.8%

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Three Castles Heritage A chestnut bronze.  Bitter with a smooth taste. “A traditional English Beer.”

ABV: 4.2%

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Vale of Glamorgan Light Headed A well balanced tawny bitter with a complex malt recipe delivering a fruit caramel character.

ABV: 4.0%

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Vale of Glamorgan Dark Matter “Champion Beer of Wales 2015”

A champion blackcurrant porter. Easy going, rich and smooth with liquorice and chocolate notes from the complex dark roasted malt recipe.

ABV: 4.4%

 

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North Yorkshire Brewing Company Temptation No information available yet! Click Here
North Yorkshire Brewing Company Honey Bunny Golden coloured bitter with a hoppy finish. A crisp refreshing bitter with a hint of honey.

ABV: 4.2%

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Ramsbury Brewery Belapur Is the leopard in the logo roaring at you, or roaring its approval at the taste of our English-style Indian pale ale? As Belapur IPA is a delicious, well hopped ale that boasts a fruity citrus finish, we reckon it’s the latter. Judges at the Swindon Beer Festival roared their approval too, placing Belapur IPA 2nd in their competition – one place behind the winner, our Silver Pig Stout!

ABV 5.5%

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Ramsbury Brewery Knobber No information available yet!

 

Spring Head Brewery Roaring Meg Roaring Meg is our flagship brew – a surprisingly smooth, classic IPA style beer. The sweet citrus and honey aroma give way to a dry aftertaste that beer lovers can’t help falling for.Background: Meg was named after a cannon used in our local area during the civil war. It was smelted at a vast furnace in the Forest of Dean and fired huge, 200lb cannon balls. Runner up of the Strong Bitters at the Great British Beer Festival.

Food matching: Roaring Meg is great with a range of foods – enjoy matching Meg with savoury snacks and the great taste of a traditional English pork pie, seafood, or even with a robustly flavoured Indian or Thai curry.

Prizes: 100 Hottest Beers in Britain Competition 2015 – 12th Place

5.5% abv. Colour: Golden

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Spring Head Brewery Left Lion Colour: Chestnut

A traditional chestnut-brown bitter with a rich, creamy head, and flavours of malt and plenty of hops, leading to a perfectly balanced dry finish.

Left Lion takes its name from the two great stone lions which guard the Council House steps in Nottingham’s market square, the left of which is traditionally known as the city’s famous meeting place. They were designed by Joseph Else, as were many of the sculptures on the Council House, which opened in 1929. According to local legend, the two tonne art-deco lions are said to roar when a virgin walks by!

The beer was formerly known as Robin Hood, rebranded in 2016.

4.0% abv.

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Triple fff Brewery Alton’s Pride  A traditional English bitter brewed using water from the Hampshire chalk hills. Full and clean tasting, initially malty then tangerine fruit and resinous hop build to a quenching bitter finish. Camra Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2008.

ABV: 3.8%

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Force Brewery, Cirencester Yankee Zulu YANKEE ZULU 4% is Force Brewery’s flagship nectar. It’s a session ale; an invigorating golden bitter. Subtle bitterness and honeyed, floral aromas. CAMRA Gloucestershire Best Bitter of the Year 2014.
Malt: Maris Otter Pale Malt, Caramalt, Crystal 240.
Hops: Target (UK), Goldings (UK), Willamette (USA), Challenger (UK).
Name: Always available directly from the brewery….
Drinking: Cask-conditoned, bottle-conditioned.

ABV: 4%

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Force Brewery, Cirencester Chasing Leather CHASING LEATHER 4% is an aromatic pale ale; it is packed with the grapefruity smack of the Chinook hop.
Malt: Maris Otter Pale Malt.
Hops: Northern Brewer (UK), Chinook (USA), Target (UK).
Name: Inspired by one of the greatest Indians to hold a length of willow; come in for the full story.
Drinking: Cask-conditioned, bottle-conditioned

ABV: 4%

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Weighbridge Brinkworth Village Available at the MPFA Bar. Click Here
Weighbridge Pooley’s Golden Available at the MPFA Bar. Click Here
Weighbridge Mild Available at the MPFA Bar. Click Here
Weighbridge Swindon Pale Ale Available at the MPFA Bar. Click Here

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