EBF35 – Autumn 2021


Last updated: 28th October 2021/ Steve


Ascot Brewing Company, Camberley, Surrey (2007)

Last of the Blue Devils #40 Macchiato  7.8%
FESTIVAL SPECIAL: Baby Imperial Stout infused with Macchiato – take your senses on a stellar voyage through time and taste. Intense dark chocolate, sticky molasses and soft prune sweetness flavours create a smooth, decadent mouthfeel that perfectly combines with smouldering aromas of chocolate, brown sugar and roasted coffee beans.

Disruption: Don’t Roll Those Bloodshot Eyes at Me 6.3%
NEW: Red IPA brewed with Amarillo, Centennial, El Dorado and Mosaic. Citrus, tropical, pine with caramel and toffee malt backbone. Crisp refreshing with a lingering bitterness

Disruption: People of the Hop v1 6.5%
NEW: Soft juicy, very hazy, low bitterness, tropical, mango, citrus and blueberry. Hopped with Mosaic, Azacca and Callista.

Disruption: People of the Hop v2 6.5%
NEW: Soft juicy, very hazy, low bitterness, peach, citrus, white grape and gooseberries. Hopped with Galaxy, Nelson and Citra.

Disruption: Like Father Like Son 10.8%
LIMITED EDITION: Russian Imperial Stout – rich toffee caramel and dark fruit flavours combined with luxurious roasted coffee and dark chocolate aromas. Egham is the only place you will find it available in cask!

Blackjack, Manchester, Greater Manchester (2012)

Arch 34 Commission Unfined Ultra Pale 4.2%
NEW: UUPA based on Euro Pils, an extra pale malt, providing a bright yellow straw colour and a clean white canvas for the hops: US Ekuanot, a multifaceted finishing hop combining bags of citrus and fruit with a delicate herbal lattice holding them together, backed up by Australian Ella, the prodigal half-sister of craft classic Galaxy.

Church End, Nuneaton, Warwickshire (1994)

Hop Gun 4.1%
Green Bullet hops make this a very distinctive, bitter pale ale. Yellow in colour, with clean bitter hop flavours.

Constellation, Tonbridge, Kent (2020)

Indus 3.9%
NEW: With a nice mix of old and new world hops this is a very easy drinking session IPA.

Draco 4.2%
NEW: Copper coloured traditional bitter using a blend of finest British hops. Subtle flavour with a slight spicy note.

Aquila 4.6%
NEW: Golden ale – it’s dry floral flavours combine perfectly to make a real thirst quencher.

Crafty Brewing, Loxhill, Surrey (2014)

Same Again 4.0%
Session IPA, smooth malt base, fresh hoppy, floral flavours.

Durham Brewery, Bowburn, Co Durham (1994)

Gardens of Infinity 3.9%
NEW: Dry hopped with Cashmere. More Cashmere throughout, teamed with El Dorado and Columbus creating huge fruit notes throughout. Hints of lime and melon with tropical fruit notes and a slight herbiness. Pale malt base including oats to give fullness and roundness to this punchy little number.

Fearless Nomad, Brentford, Middx (2020)

Mussels from Brussels 8.4%
FESTIVAL SPECIAL: A Belgian inspired stout – only two firkins produced. This one might be a bit ‘green’ but the second will appear at EBF36 (Easter 2022) and should be beautifully rounded.

Furnace Brook, Trolliloes, E. Sussex (2021)

Pearly Pale Ale 4.2%
NEW: A pale yellow, fruity, sweetish bitter with a dry hoppy finish. A light, refreshing beer.

Alfie’s Amber Ale 4.2%
NEW: Refreshing, well-balanced pale amber bitter. Well balanced flavour with malt slightly to the fore, merging into a satisfying bitter sweet finish.

Furnace Ale 5.3%
NEW: Full bodied porter, ruby black with a brown tint to the head, the aroma is liquorice with a subtle hint of dandelion & burdock. The initial taste is hoppy & bitter with a mellowing of all the elements in the finish.

Gilbert White’s House, Selborne, Hants (2021)

Six Quarters 3.9%
NEW: A traditional Burton styled ale. Light, golden and heavily hopped. Brings a hint of summer, all year round.

Gilbert’s 1765 4.7%
NEW: Ale with a slight but subtle smokiness in taste and aroma, based on Gilbert White’s original ale recipe.

Zig Zag Ale 6.0%
NEW: Traditional strong ale. Having a golden amber colour, this beer has hints of caramel, light fruits and roasted malt.

Gyle 59, Thorncombe, Dorset (2014)

Shave Cross Pale 3.3%
Malty, citrus, refreshing – easy drinking.

Lyme Regis Ammonite 3.7%
Malty Session Bitter using fruity hop flavours and aromas from Amarillo, Cascade and Bramling Cross.

Capitalist Hippie Flower Power 4.3%
Hazy modern pale beer with a tropical fruit salad aroma and strong lemony flavour.

Milk Porter 4.8%
Smooth milk porter with overtones of chocolate and coffee. Sweet and moreish.

Hedgedog Brewing, Virginia Water, Surrey (2014)

Lighthouse Pale 4.8%
Rammed full of Premium Ale malt, this beer kicks off dry, medium bodied, and spicy, it pours a bright golden colour with grapefruit, pine and citrus aromas. Dry refreshing mouthfeel with a lingering, spicy, dry bitterness, ending in a clean dry finish.

RedEye 5.0%
New: Packed full of Red X, Crystal and biscuit malts this brew shows off a rich Red colour. It’s a Red IPA with a bouquet of caramel, toffee and summer berries that give way to a palate of biscuit flavours. Somewhat woody with a fruity hop bite that gives a medium dry finish, offset with some creaminess. This brew is easy drinking

Iron Pier, Northfleet, Kent (2017)

Wealdway IPA 4.5%
Hopped with Simcoe and Citra, full on tropical fruit trip!

Kent Brewery, Birling, Kent (2011)

Centenary Pale 4.2%
USC SPECIAL: Light, fresh American Pale Ale specially brewed to celebrate 100 years of the Egham USC. Floral and citrus with a hint of grapefruit.

Idaho 7 4.5%
LIMITED EDITION: Single hopped pale, deliciously potent flavour of mango, pink grapefruit and other tropical fruits, with notes of pine and black tea. Latest (#28) in their single hop series.

Halloween Scream 4.7%
LIMITED EDITION: a special Halloween Black IPA citrusy version of Lemon Scream.

Madagascar 4.8%
NEW: A sweet vanilla stout full of the distinctive flavour of Madagascan vanilla in a rich and luxurious stout.

Rogue 2 6.0%
NEW: A wealth of locally grown hops, specifically selected to offer a delicious IPA that showcases the best modern hops that Kent has to offer. Naturally hazy.

Leigh-on-Sea, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex (2017) &
Billericay, Billericay, Essex (2012)

Six Hop 4.1%
NEW: Collaboration brew with Billericay Brewery. Very pale in colour and generously hopped with Cascade, Amarillo, Columbus, Azacca, Centennial & Simcoe. Refreshing and quaffable, with pronounced grapefruit and tropical fruit flavours.

Mallinsons, Huddersfield, W. Yorks (2008)

DeNimes DeNimes 4.0%
NEW: Barbe Rouge hops give elements of strawberry and fruitiness on the aroma, with a lovely clean bitterness, fruity body and a fresh clean finish. Je t’aime!

New Bristol, Bristol, Gloucestershire (2013)

French Toast 4.2%
Multitude of delicious flavours of custardy bread, cinnamon & maple syrup.

No Frills Joe, Greenhythe, Kent (2017)

Ernest 4.5%
Notes of passion fruit, apricot and pear. Ernest hop from Hukins Farm.

Northern Alchemy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne & Wear (2014)

Be Curious! 4.1%
NEW: A session pale made entirely with US hops. A combination of Chinook, Cascade and Citra, added in increasing amounts towards the end of the boil and then dry hopped with Citra. A malt bill made primarily with pale malt and a touch of wheat.

Only With Love, Lewes, E. Sussex (2021)

Yacht Rock 3.8%
NEW: Extra Pale Ale

High Fives 4.2%
NEW: American Pale Ale – Yee Haw! Super-duper smooth, fruit-filled, session-first. A lighter pale, super clear taste – US hops… Citra, Columbus, Cascade, Chinook and Centennial give a hoppy finish with great body – rounded and super fresh.

Let’s Go! IPA 5.7%
NEW: West Coast IPA… A modern take on the classic, classic west coast IPA’s of not too long ago. A proper beer with all the right hop notes of Amarillo, Cascade, Chinook, Centennial and Citra… brought together with a darker, more biscuity finish that lingers.

Park Brewery, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey (2014)

Secret Sunrise 3.6%
NEW: Super pale and hazy, dry hopped with Citra and Enigma. Tropical flavours blend with passion fruit aromas.

West Coast Pale 4.2%
NEW: Dry-hopped with Centennial and Bravo. Notes of marmalade and pine, golden pale with a deliciously smooth finish.

Small Riot 4.8%
NEW: Tropical notes from the Citra dry hop, blend with vanilla and subtle almond background. Contains LACTOSE and NUTS.

Saviour, Hamstead Marshall, Berks (2019)

Boozer 3.5%
NEW: Traditional bitter with single Northdown hop.

Sanity 3.7%
NEW: Hopped with the new USA hops , aimed at the younger set.

Tipple 4.2%
NEW: Dark with roasted and chocolate malt. A traditional warming autumn drink.

Gold 5.0%
NEW: Simply the best!

Sly Beast, Wandsworth, SW18 (2019)

Green Engine 3.7%
LIMITED EDITION: Green hopped version of Beam Engine pale ale. Plenty of extra grain with English Ale yeast and a soft, hoppy finish from the Pilgrim wet hops. A clear, straw ale with hearty floral hop notes. Light, balanced hop flavour with a lingering bitterness.

Ram Street Special 4.5%
NEW: Marriage of a traditional English Ale with a Belgian dark, brown ale. Light copper coloured best bitter with aroma of dried fruit and a hint of candied orange, banana & raisin on the slightly roasted finish.

4ft2 London Porter 4.5%
NEW/UNFINED: Medium bodied dark London Porter. Biscuit, caramel, chocolate and toasted notes. Mouthfeel is smooth, silky and delicate.

Black IPA 5.0%
FESTIVAL SPECIAL: Deep black with a rich brown head, aroma of tropical fruit, tangerine with a hint of dark chocolate and coconut. Taste of bitter citrus, tropical fruit up front. Medium to full-bodied.

Southwark, Southwark, SE1 (2014)

Single Hop : Pekko 5.0%
NEW: Pekko is the Finnish god of crops and brewing. It’s a dual-purpose hop (aroma & bittering), high alpha variety giving both floral and fruity characteristics. Hints of mint, melon and pineapple.

Single Hop : Styrian Cardinal 5.0%
NEW: This hop is known to have a typical citrus and fruity, and harmonious flavour. Developed and release by the Slovenian Institute of Hop Research and Brewing. The bird in the picture is not native from Slovenia, but it’s name is Cardinal, and it’s gorgeous, as much as this beer

Rotherhithe Spiced White 5.9%
LIMITED EDITION / UNFINED: An aroma of fruity esters – banana, citrus, and apricot. Moderate black pepper, coriander spice aroma from the addition of Grains of Paradise and the Belgian yeast. Grapefruit and orange, and apricot hints. An enormous infusion of flavours which will not disappoint. Naturally hazy.

Thames Ditton, Thames Ditton, Surrey (2021)

Henry’s Ait 4.5%
NEW: A smooth, balanced bitter, brewed with traditional English hops (Challenger, Golding and Target). A classic British amber bitter ale with a herbal freshness and a pleasurable bitter finish. Cuckoo-brewed at Portobello.

Three Acre, Blackboys, E. Sussex (2019)

West Coast Pale 3.9%
NEW: A special relationship of quality UK & US hops create powerful citrus and stone fruit flavours in an easy drinking, session West Coast Pale Ale.

Best Bitter 4.0%
NEW: A modern take on the traditional Best Bitter using premium Maris Otter, select crystal malts & English hops to deliver a satisfying & reliable pint.

India Pale Ale 5.0%
NEW: Packed full of New World hops, this IPA is bursting with tropical & citrus fruit aromas.

Top Rope, Bootle, Merseyside (2016)

Overkill 5.5%
Bitter, hoppy, West coast style tribute to the late rock legend, Lemmy.

Twickenham Fine Ales, Twickenham, Middx (2004)

Mysteries of the Galaxy 4.5%
Golden ale, hopped with Enigma, Comet and Galaxy. A fruity delight.

Wild Weather, Silchester, Berks (2012)

Shepherd’s Warning 5.6%
IPA hopped all the way with Citra, aroma and flavour of orange and mango.

Woodforde’s, Woodbastwick, Norfolk (1981)

Kett’s Rebellion 4.3%
LIMITED EDITION: Norfolk copper-coloured ale with a rich, bitter finish specially brewed to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the brewery.




Broadoak, Somerset

Perry (Sweet Perry) 7.5%
This sweet but incredibly refreshing perry has a glorious fresh-tasting pear flavour and a wonderful pear aroma. From a family-run cider maker producing award-winning traditional ciders and perries.

Sam’s Cider, Devon

Autumn Scrumpy (Medium Cider) 7.4%
This is a scrumpy with a wine-like character which is bright in colour and easy on the palate. Made from specially selected apples that have been sourced from local growers.S

Middle Farm, East Sussex

Little Red Rooster (Medium Cider Perry) 8.4%
From the farm that holds The National Collection of Cider & Perries. They have produced their own cider perry combination with a great smooth taste from locally grown produce, made by people who know and love ciders and perries.

Phil Palmer, Gwent, South Wales

Rubber Chicken (Medium Cider) 6%
This unique cider producer has created a smooth and great tasting cider – as fun and quirky as its name.

Seacider, Sussex

Rhubarb (Medium Cider) 4%
A new twist on cider made from locally grown fruit. Pressed to create a juicy burst with tons of refreshing flavour!

Denis Gwatkin’s, Herefordshire

Stoke Red (Sweet Cider) 6%
Made from single variety apples. The cider produced from this apple takes a long time to ferment which gives the cider its mature flavour.

Temple Cider, West Dorset

Medium Dry Cider 6%
Paul and Jo Harrison started Temple Cider in 2019. A small cider producer, crafting their skills and delivering a perfect and pleasant tasting balance of not too dry and not too medium.

Skyborry Cider, Powys, East Central Wales

Skyborry Dry Cider 6.5%
This is a dry cider full of flavour and with an enjoyable aftertaste, produced by brothers Adam & Dani Davies in Wales for over 10 years, picking up several awards along the way.



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