These are the ales that you will always find at the Panton, as they're just classics
Blessed among beers - malty, lovely mahogany colour and just a hint of sweet caramel. Fermented slowly to give just enough fruity esters, Abbot Ale provides a complex, satisfying and warming experience
The quintessential session ale. The use of crystal malt in the grist gives a satisfying toffee/caramel note and the addition of a little black malt adds just enough astringency to give a clean, dry finish
We change our guest ales every few weeks to keep things interesting. Here's what's on now
Light, hoppy, zesty, easy to drink and consistently delicious. The zesty orange and grapefruit flavours are balanced with biscuit malt for this superb Cornish classic.
Brewed with whole flower English hops, Best Bitter packs a genuine spiky bitterness with big character. Challenger, Goldings and Fuggle hops blend to create a beautiful aroma and flavour with kicks of grassy freshness and a big peppery punch.
Refined grains and subtle hops make for a seductive aroma that paves the way for mild malt in the initial tasting followed by scattered hints of grass and culminating in a perfectly bitter finish
Carlsberg is light, easy drinking and refreshing. The all-malt recipe and Carlsberg yeast strain give a balance between body and depth of flavour, making Carlsberg the ideal choice for any occasion
A light malty aroma on the nose with a little spice drifting through slowly. With a smooth offering of darker malts, toasted flavours and creamy hops
The pleasantly smooth taste and well-rounded flavour of Staropramen rewards your palate with a soft malty flavour, before finishing off with gentle bitterness
A wheat beer brewed with Valencia orange peel for a subtle sweetness and bright, citrus aroma. Served with an orange slice to heighten the citrus aroma and taste
Layered with new world hops to create an explosion of tropical fruit and a burst of grapefruit, pineapple and lychee before a spiky bitter finish
With hops from Washington State’s Yakima Valley, expect a restrained bitterness with spectacular fruity, citrus flavours and a ruby red colour
Combining lots of American Cascade and Centennial hops to give a complex citrus aroma and buckets full of local Kentish Goldings to provide the bitterness that makes the style so refreshing
Fruity, dry, racy, thirst-quenching and lip-smacking. Suitable for coeliacs, vegetarians and vegans
Probably the most recognisable beer there is. A perfect balance of bitter and sweet with malt and roast flavours