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Easy drinking, full-flavoured but elegant. Light herbal and floral hop aromas, a hint of caramel with peppered spiciness on the palate and a touch of orange.
A delight for the senses, this beer delivers on all levels. Rosy floral aromas are immediate with a light and limey citrus bite on the palate and a balanced but obvious bitterness to finish.
Luxurious chocolate notes from the porter and the deliciously moreish hazelnut flavour combine, making this a delightful indulgence at any time of year.
A collaboration between Stroud Brewery and celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. A crisp, herbal & zesty ale. “Nettles are fierce, invasive and they sting! They are also a wonderful ingredient, with a herbaceous flavour and a zesty tang. Being a close cousin of the hop, they make a wonderful beer”.
One of the best German lagers you can buy. With a brewery dating back to 1328, Augustiner-Brau is the oldest brewer in Munich and the last remaining independent brewer in the historic city.
Hells simply means pale in German, and describes the malty, easy-to-drink beer that is lovingly referred to as liquid bread. This is the Bavarian answer to a Czech pilsner, but with less tangy hop, more balance and subtlety with a citrus fruit and floral hop aroma.
A collaboration between Stroud Brewery and celebrity chef, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. A malty, toasted and nutty mild. Hemps nutty-flavoured seeds make a great ingredient. With hemp being a cousin of the hop, Hugh had a hunch it would make a brilliant beer!
Straw gold in colour, a balanced malt bill gives a great mouth feel and a finish that keeps on giving. Restrained bitterness followed by massive peach, pine & resinous hop flavours to keep you satisfied. A session IPA that’s perfect for the end of the day (or the start).
A collaboration between Stroud Brewery and celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. A biscuity, fruity & spiced best bitter. This best bitter, rich with floral notes and heady with hop aromas celebrates the increasing diversity of hops from our project – and also promotes bio-diversity of wildlife on organic hop farms.