On the bar
Gadd’s Ramsgate DogBolter 5.6% A classic from the old Bruce’s Brewery Firkin pubs. A sturdy, traditional dark porter, brewed with six different malts for a satisfying, rich, malty body full of roasty, chocolate flavours all balanced by a deep and lasting hop bitterness. Kent. £3.00
GreyHawk Skipton Blonde 4.0% Brewed using the finest British pale malts with a bold new world hop character, boasting a lively full refreshing flavour with a memorable after taste. The brewery is a collaboration of Copper Dragon brewery alongside ex-Elland Head Brewer Dave Sanders. Yorkshire. £2.70
Gyle 59 Freedom Hiker 3.7% An old style English ale with the addition of New World hops. Brewed in celebration of the Tolpuddle Pilgrimage. Dorset. £2.40
On from Friday
Siren Undercurrent 4.5% Pale ale with spicy, grassy aromas and a taste of grapefruit and apricot. Undercurrent is part pale, part oats and part caramel barley. Her swirls of bold, bready and nutty malt whirl into a concoction of spicy, citrus, floral hops. Mystery lurks in those cascade and palisade hops. Her silky, creamy body will pull you under. Berkshire. £2.70
Tonbridge Ebony Moon 4.2% A quaffable Porter with a pronounced maltiness balanced with a mild bitterness, giving a satisfying quaffable ale. The rich flavour is enhanced by a combination of Kent grown Bramling Cross and Golding hops that combine light citrus with Blackcurrant notes. LocAle. Tonbridge. £2.70
Ilkley Mary Jane 3.5% Multi-award-winning pale ale packed with American Amarillo and Cascade hops. Intensely refreshing and satisfying, with surprising balance and body for such a low abv. Mary Jane was named from the character in the Yorkshire folk song On Ilkla Moor Baht’at and is Ilkley’s best-selling beer by a country mile. Hast tha’ been a’cooartin Mary Jane? Yorkshire. £2.40
Franklins Mama Knows Best 4.1% Always listen to mother! Inspirational traditional English Best Bitter made entirely with English malt and showcasing Mosaic hops, rich in Mango, Lemon and Earthy pine.
Hops: Bramling Cross, Goldings, Challenger, Mosaic. Sussex. £2.70
Hackney American Pale Ale 4.5% Darker than some APAs, this beer has a rich malt base giving it a warm amber colour and a delicious body of flavour.
It is brewed with American Cascade hops making it refreshing and hoppy. LocAle. Hackney. £2.70
Green Jack Albion Mild 3.8% Albion Mild is a Full Bodied Mild, sweet & malty with a dry finish! Brewed to celebrate the wherry Albion built on the shores of Lowestoft’s Lake Lothing in 1898 and still sailing the broads to this day. Suffolk. £2.40
Dorset Nectar. Organic Artisan. 5.5% Award winning traditional cider from a Soil Association approved organic orchard with 3000 cider apple trees and 11 varieties. Dorset. £3.00
Harry’s Cider. 6.0% Made on Harry’s farm with 100% cider fruit blended together to give a distinctive refreshing taste with heaps of flavour and aroma.Somerset. £3.00
West Milton Cider Company. West Dorset Real Cider 5.0% – Medium. Traditional. Dorset. £3.00.
Orchards of Husthwaite Cooperative. Galtres Gold 6.5% – Medium. Traditional. Yorkshire. £3.00
Orchards of Husthwaite Cooperative. Galtres Blush 6.5% – Medium with strawberry, raspberry and cherry. Yorkshire. £3.00
Duddas Tun Pine Trees Farm. Pear O’Dudda’s Perry. 5.5% A medium to medium sweet perry made with a blend of pear varieties. Kent. £3.00
Tutts Clump Perry. 6.0% Medium dry unfiltered fermented pear juice. Perry. Berkshire. £3.00
Saturday, 23 May Bromley CAMRA Club of the Year 2015 Presentation Meet the Brewer with Bexley Brewery Bexley Brewery Pump takeover (plus some others). Beer of the festival award for Bexley Golden Acre unfined Cold buffet Live music
Saturday, 29 August Summer Bank Holiday Beer and Cider Festival and Folk n Blues Garden Party.