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
Light, hoppy, zesty, easy to drink and consistently delicious. The zesty orange and grapefruit flavours are balanced with biscuit malt and a beautiful pale finish for this superb classic.
It takes seven days to craft the perfect pint of Abbot Ale. Brewed for longer, the ale has masses of fruit character, malty richness and a superb hop balance. An award-winning beer, Abbot Ale was recently recognised with a prestigious 2014 Monde Gold Award.
Gold in colour and distinctively smooth, with citrus fruitiness and a refreshing hoppy finish. JHB was the first beer brewed when Oakham Ales was founded in September 1993 and is the perfect session beer.
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
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
A crisp and full-flavoured lager with subtle malty notes and fresh hop aromas with hints of Apricot and Peach. If you like to try new and interesting lagers, then Hop House 13 offers more character, flavour and taste.
A premium beer produced using pilsen and roasted malts, and hops of the Nugget and Perle Hallertau varieties. Offering a traditional flavour of marked bitterness and refreshing aftertaste with every sip.
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
Probably the most recognisable beer there is. A perfect balance of bitter and sweet with malt and roast flavours