Visit our gin palace! A great selection of unique specially chosen gins.
· Bloom Premium Gin
· Whitley Neill Gin
· Warner Edwards Rhubarb Gin
· Portobello Gin
· Monkey 47 Gin
· Beefeater Gin
· Martin Miller’s Gin
· Tanqueray London dry Gin
· Sipsmith Gin
· Star of Bombay
· Bombay Sapphire
· Adams – Copper House dry Gin
· Brockmans Gin
· Plymouth Gin
· Hendricks Gin
· The Botanist Gin
· Opihr Oriental Spiced Gin
Cider with blackcurrant and blackberry juices and flavours. Strongbow Dark Fruit, a refreshing cider with fruit, cut with blackcurrant and blackberry. Many flavoured ciders taste sweet and intense but Strongbow Dark Fruit delivers ultimate refreshment every time.
Contains 4.0% alcohol by volume
Foster’s was created by two Irish-American brothers, William M. and Ralph R. Foster, who arrived in Melbourne from New York in 1886. The brothers began brewing Foster’s Lager in November 1888. It was made available to the public from February 1889. The product was first exported in 1901, when bottles were sent to Australian combatants in the Boer War
Commencing 1981, the brand was brewed under licence in the UK by Watney Mann and Truman Brewers. This was the first time that Fosters had been available on draught anywhere in the world; in Australia it had only been available first in bottles, then later in cans. The draught product was based on Carlton Lager, another Carlton United Brewers product, and it was first brewed in the UK at the pilot brewery at Truman’s Brick Lane Brewery in mid 1981
In 1870, Charles de Pesters & Johannes van Marwijk Kooij felt that the bier available to the people of Amsterdam simply was not good enough.
Our brewery was founded by two friends and entrepreneurs in Amsterdam. Today, our golden bier is enjoyed across the world.
They looked to the Bavarian pilsner brew techniques to create a bier with more depth and flavour – one that would surpass the thin, top fermented beers of the day.
That year, the Amstel Brewery was built on Mauritskade in Amsterdam.
Luigi Moretti’s “Beer and ice factory” was founded more than a century ago in Udine, in the Friuli region.
At that time, Udine was a sleepy little town, surrounded by stone walls that had been built by the local community as far back as 1350. Within those old town walls, the people of Udine worked hard for generations, intent on commerce and craftsmanship.
Sussex Best is our most famous beer, a superbly balanced bitter with prominent hop character. The brew evolved over decades, satisfying the expectations of the people of Sussex and its adjoining counties. Finest Maris Otter malted barley is supplemented with a dash of Crystal malt for balance. Our hops are a blend of four different local varieties, to give a distinctive hoppy finish.
Blue Moon includes malted barley, white wheat, orange peel, coriander and oats—and is usually served with a slice of orange, which its brewmasters claim accentuates the flavor of the brew.
Blue Moon has 5.4% alcohol by volume.
The British Beer with a cult following. Sharps Doom Bar Amber Ale; full of succulent dried fruit, lightly roasted malty and bitter notes, enjoy this wonderful ale served chilled. Famously proud of its south west roots, the drink, brewed by Sharp’s, has actually been brewed in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire in the last two years – some 267 miles from the Cornish Sharp’s Brewery.
Kronenbourg 1664 is a golden pale lager with an alcohol percentage of 5.00% ABV. It was first brewed in 1664 in the Alsace region of France by master brewer Jérôme Hatt.Kronenbourg 1664 is now produced in the UK by Heineken after being bought from Scottish & Newcastle.The French lager contains Strisselspalt hops, unique to the Alsace, which are used in its brewing process and give the beer its bitter and fragrant citrus taste.
Black as the night with a creamy tan head with a coffee and mild roasted aroma and flavor. Medium (light) bodied and a soft carbonation, a real mellow sweetness.
Symonds Founder’s Reserve Cider is launching its first ever above the line marketing campaign as part of a £2m push to show consumers why it’s more than your usual cider.
For the first time, the HEINEKEN-owned brand, will be advertised out of home, in national press and online to drive the ‘more than your usual’ message to consumers.
Through eye-catching, hand-drawn illustrations, the campaign demonstrates that deeper exeriences are more interesting and memorable. Symonds Founders Reserve Cider will also host a series of foodie masterclasses which will bring the spirit of ‘more than your usual’ to life. The unique experiences will then amplified via social media.