Whilst our Stouts have led the way this winter, as the spring sun begins to wake those dormant beer gardens, the ale of choice for many takes on a much lighter hue. More details coming soon.
BLACK BULL ETale DARK BITTER 4.0% abv This beer is an exclusive house ale made for our local pub, The Black Bull in Etal, on the very same Ford & Etal Estate that is home to our brewery. The Black Bull is the
HOLY BOUNTY LINDISFARNE OYSTER STOUT Over 600 years of heritage has gone into this new beer that is brewed with Lindisfarne Oysters, grown on the Oyster beds set up in the 14th Century by the Monks of Holy Island. Our head brewer
BLACK HAG OATMEAL STOUT 4.4% abv A trip hiking in the Cheviots wouldn’t be complete without conquering Black Hag. Rugged and imposing, it won’t disappoint. Our Black Hag Oatmeal Stout is smooth and rich, mixing 5 malts and 2 hop varieties to
HARBOUR WALL SESSION PALE ALE 4.3% abv Expansive sandy beaches, historic castles, ancient fishing villages and their working harbours typify the Northumbrian coastline. Take in the refreshing sea breeze whilst enjoying a pint of our light zesty session pale ale TASTING NOTES
FLODDEN THIRST PALE ALE 5.4% abv Some accounts of the Battle of Flodden Field in North Northumberland, suggest that this violent clash resulting in the death of the Scottish King James IV happened when it did because the English Army were running out of beer! Sadly, we are 505 years too late to quench
Smooth refreshing copper best bitter, combines the toffee notes of the Crystal Dark Malt with the rich malt tones of Maris Otter balanced well with a floral citrus flavouring of cascade hops.
MENHIR STOUT 5.1% abv Standing Stones or Menhir punctuate the Northumbrian landscape, each one unique and mystical, asking its own question. TASTING NOTES: Roast Malt, Dark Chocolate, Burnt Caramel and a good hit of coffee in this satisfyingly bitter Stout. Malts: Maris Otter, Brown Malt, Chocolate & Crystal Dark Hops: Fusion & Chinook
THE SCHIL SPECIAL ENGLISH BITTER 6.0% abv The spectacular views that characterize the ascent of The Schil are some of the best scenery in the Cheviot Hills. These once seen never forgotten vistas, seem a great match for this special, yet well-balanced English Bitter. Once tasted, never forgotten. TASTING NOTES: Traditional copper bitter with