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

Hop House 13 is a distinctive golden lager that is brewed with Guinness yeast, Irish barley and the best of hops from both Australia and USA – Galaxy, Topaz, (AUS) and Mosaic (USA). It has a sweet fruity aroma, with hints of Apricot and Peach, and subtle malt notes breaking through. Hop House 13 is full flavoured while still being crisp and hoppy with a refreshing clean finish.

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.

Slowly matured and left unfiltered, Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs. Old Rosie is the name given to our 1921 Aveling and Porter steam roller. Strong, reliable and so loved by everyone in the Westons family we named this cloudy cider in her honour.
As a truly old fashioned light, crisp and dry still cloudy cider, sediment may affect its colour, please gently invert to ensure an even distribution of the sediment.
Henry Weston began making cider in 1880, and to this day Westons Cider remain an independent, family owned company committed to making the very best quality, traditional cider.
Multi Award winner most recently Silver Medal International Cider Challenge 2013 and Joint winner CAMRA’s Chippenham Beer Festival Cider of the Festival 2013.

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.

Renamed from The Rev James when the Rev James range expanded to include Gold and Rye.
Originally brewed by Crown Buckley as Reverend James Original Ale, the brand was kept by Brains when they acquired Crown Buckley in 1998. Initially still badged as Buckleys, it became unbadged, simply known as The Rev James.
The beer is named after the founder of Buckley’s Brewery, the Reverend James Buckley (1770 – 1839). It is brewed to a traditional recipe and has been described as having a flavour not commonly available these days. Full-bodied and warming, The Rev. James is rich in palate, spicy and aromatic with a deeply satisfying finish.

Pravha is a premium lager that has all the iconic flavour and gentle bitterness of a high quality Czech Pilsner, but is unexpectedly crisp, light and refreshing. This pale gold pilsner hits the senses with light fresh malt sweetness on the palate, quickly cleared with a balanced light hop that lingers long enough to invite the next mouthful.

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.

Carling Extra Cold is a colder version chilled to 2°C, was launched in 2002.