Malty sweet, with a clean bitterness. Toffee, biscuit notes with a zesty character
The flagship beer is pale in colour with a subtle hint of grapefruit and lemon in the aroma. The wonderful hop bitterness is complemented by a balanced malt flavour.
English bitter, tasty and hoppy using mainly Kent fuggles and golding but dry hopped with cluster from the US which gives it a punchy flavour to counter the light ABV%. It drinks like a strong beer - a great session ale.
Outstanding hoppy beer using Pilgrim, Celeia and Chinook hops for full-flavoured satisfaction. A glorious hoppy golden ale.
An eclectic collection of aromatic and flavoursome hops melded to a solid pale malt backbone, with citrus and tropical characteristics
Roasted barley, along with a blend of pale/dark crystal malts and caramalt give this red hued beer a soft maltiness with roasted notes and a spicy hop character.
Golden beer with a citrus/floral hop aroma. Fruity with a hint of spice and a long drying finish.
Hoppy New World style pale ale, bursting with chinook and columbus hops from Washington State in the US northwesy to give it a gorgeous citrus flavour.
A quenching, zesty ale brewed with orange peel, Olivers Island sees hops and malt work together in glorious harmony
WINDSOR AND ETON BREWERY
This is a Pale Ale brewed with two specially selected hops, Sovereign and Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand. The combination of these hops produces an intense and distinctive tropical fruit aroma including Mango, Lychees and Passion Fruit to deliver an easy drinking and refreshing beer.
Copper Leaf Ale, burst of citrus, floral and tropical flavours from America and British hops overlay the complex malt characters of rye, caramel and spice. A refreshingly dry finish compliments this American Red Ale.
WINDSOR AND ETON BREWERY
Called HARRY & MEGHAN’S WINDSOR KNOT, the new beer is a special limited edition of their best-selling WINDSOR KNOT which was first brewed for the marriage of Harry’s brother, Will. Just like the original WINDSOR KNOT, this Pale Ale will be the only royal wedding beer brewed in Windsor. The new beer was inspired by the couple’s first public appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto last year.
WINDSOR AND ETON BREWERY
The first beer brewed in Windsor for more than 80 years was launched on St George’s Day 2010 – it remains one of our best sellers to this day. A lovely copper coloured session strength ale with a tangy taste, yet a really smooth fresh hop finish, ensuring that it is very ‘quaffable’.
Windmill, named after the most famous landmark on Wimbledon Common and close to the home of the original Wimbledon Brewery. Expect hints of melon, zesty fruit and herb aromas to overlay this refreshing and balanced spring ale, finishing with a satisfying subtle malt finish.
Organic Honey Dew imparts gentle honey sweetness both on the nose and the palate. Orange fruit flavours rise from the yeast, while the First Gold hop adds its own citrusy notes. Refreshing and zesty, it’s the perfect companion for salads and Thai foods.
Brewed from the finest Saaz hops, Pilsner malted barley and soft forest spring water, its well-balanced flavour and delicious hoppy aroma have remained the same since 1874.
A smooth, crisp and full flavoured Andalusian lager that has a rich, fruity flavour and a generous maltiness. At the same time it's brilliantly refreshing.
Brewed exclusively with natural ingredients in compliance with the Purity Law of 1516. Water, malt, hops, and yeast provide the basis for the refreshing flavour
This is our hop monster. Despite a relatively modest ABV for an IPA, this beer delivers an explosion of hops in every sense. A very special beer.
Punchy American hops throw out a big aroma of grapefruit, orange and tropical fruit. It’s a bright orange-gold colour. The body is subtle and clean and a golden platter for carrying the hops. The bitterness rolls in and then ends dry, making you thirsty for another gulp.
A crisp and hoppy session bitter. Amber malt provides a pleasant biscuity edge to this pale golden-coloured ale. A blend of English and American hops add a wonderfully floral and citrus-like, long dry finish. Silver Medal in the Bitters category at the Great British Beer Festival 2007
Named after Wimbledon’s historic Common, this pale ale is burnished gold in colour with a bright sparkle. The aroma has spicy orange notes with a light malt fruitiness. The middle palate is clean with the Maris Otter malt character coming through with orange fruits making a re-appearance, merging with the final refreshing bite of bitterness.
Gold color. Bright aromas and flavors of frittata, banana, and coconut flakes with a supple, crisp, petillant, dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and a seamless, breezy finish imparting overtones of minerals, grass, and pepper. A solid lager that will cover a lot of bases.
Leffe Blond its subtle taste and golden colour. Hints of vanilla and clove infuse the beer with an even smoother flavour, which best expresses itself in a Leffe chalice, simultaneously allowing the soft, fresh essence of this beer to unveil its true elegance.
This premium lager boasts a rich and delicious bitterness. Its golden colour, compact head and strong flavour give this beer its original uniqueness.
Mahou is a Spanish pale lager launched in 1969 by the Mahou San Miguel brewery. Mahou has an intense bold flavour and distinct aroma, embodying the intensity and character of Spain.
This immensely refreshing cider has a light, champagne sparkle, with fruity apple tones and a long dry finish. The creative blend of bittersweet and dessert apples impart this classic cider with body and crispness.
An exceptional, still cider with the fruity aroma of fresh raspberries and a crisp, dessert apple finish. A fruity, well balanced cider.
This scrumptious, premium still cider is rich in fruity aromas and ripe apple flavour. The autumnal windfall apples are our inspiration for this delicious, mellow cider.
A refreshing, delicate, medium-dry cider that has gentle pear tones and a crisp, dessert apple finish. Created with beautiful English Conference pears.
A connoisseur's cider, medium dry. Created from apples selected for their soft tannins and traditional flavour. This classic cider is matured over the winter months, to bestow vintage qualities.
G & J GREENALL
Pinkster Gin brings a refreshing and colourful twist to the market. Simple, fresh, zesty and crisp, finished with raspberries and mint
WILLIAM GRANT & SONS
A handcrafted blend of regular gin flavours with an odd but enchanting infusion of cucumber and rose petals; served with cucumber slices
THAT BOUTIQUE-Y GIN COMPANY
A world away from traditional gins - the richness of spit-roasted pineapple with caramelised demarera; Served with Fever Tree Sicilian Lemonade to give a modern adult take on 'Lilt'
REFORMED SPIRIT COMPANY
Distilled in England with pure Icelandic spring water, giving a smooth soft gin with a crisp citrus finish.
Small batch gin with superbly controlled explosion of botanical flavours and citrus
A versatile gin, fresh citrus and juniper give way to an elegant aromatic finish.
G & J GREENALL
A light floral gin blending sweet scented honeysuckle and chamomile with exotic citrus flavours of pomelo; served with quartered strawberry.
Old Tom's are sweeter in style than London gins; this has a rich rounded flavour, with stronger botanical notes
One from the land of our club president, Gareth; Brecon gin is a big traditional juniper gin laced with corriander, citrus, and corriander hints
Handmade in London's first copper still distillery for 189 years; classis flavours in this traditional dry gin.