EBF38 – Autumn 2022


Last updated: 31st October 2022/ Steve

Final list

360 Degrees, Sheffield Park, E.Sussex (2013)

Nelson Sauvin 4.4%
NEW: Nelson Sauvin is the 4th release of their Single Hop Hazy Pale Series. Showcasing the unique character of each individual hop in a beautifully balanced, refreshing pale. Expect gooseberry, mango and lychee flavours, backed by aromas of white grape and fresh cut grass.

Ascot Brewing Company, Camberley, Surrey (2007)

Demockracy 4.0%
DDH Session IPA. Masses of tropical fruit, wild berries and citrus zest working together to create a whipped frenzy of flavour and aroma.

Last of the Blue Devils #43 Cheesecake Breakfast Stout 7.2%
Awaiting tasting notes.

Atom, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire (2013)

Hyperplane 4.0%
A sessionable, smooth and full bodied pale ale featuring the New Zealand hop, Wai-iti. It packs a sweet punch of peach, apricot and mandarin alongside a touch of citrus.

Beerblefish, Walthamstow, London E17 (2016)

Hoppy Pale No.17 4.5%
Version 17 in the series featuring Galaxy, Dr Rudi and Ella hops. Gluten free.

Big Hand, Wrexham, Clwyd (2013)

Lost Abbey 5.5%
Smooth oatmeal stout; coffee, molasses, toast.

Black Lodge, Liverpool, Merseyside (2015)

Two Glass Eyes 5.1%
Extra strong bitter (ESB).

Five Foot Assassin 5.8%

Blackjack, Manchester, Greater Manchester (2012)

Cheerful Mild 3.6%
Blackjack’s experimentation with a historic Boddington’s yeast. This simple, dark mild is all about the rounded flavours and sweet malt finish.

Brewers Folly, Wimbourne, Dorset (2017)

Summer Haze 4.6%
Hazy New England pale.

Sabro IPA 5.5%
A full-bodied American single-hopped IPA with heaps of Sabro hops thrown in throughout the brewing process with a smooth and easy-drinking sweet malt base followed by to raw power of the sabro hop rich in tropical and coconut vides from start to finish.

Chocolate Milk Porter 5.0%
A smooth and rich full-bodied porter brewed with seven different malts with 100% raw organic cocao power and lactose added to the boil giving a subtle sweetness to the dark chocolate undertones.

Brockley, Brockley, London SE4 (2013)

Idaho 7 Pale 4.3%
Single Hop beer showcasing Idaho 7 hops

Downlands, Small Dole, W. Sussex (2011)

Super New England Experimental Stout 6.5%
LIMITED EDITION: Chocolate, fruity and light; the NE yeast strain has helped promote a unique drinking experience combining a complex malt base and ingenious hop additions (Bramling Cross, Cascade, Motueka).

Drinkstone Ales, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (2021)

Farmers Ale 4.4%
NEW: Deep Amber colour, smooth to taste, well rounded malty finish with slight bitter aftertaste.

Fell, Flookburgh, Cumbria (2013)

Uncharted 4.0%
Hazy pale ale brewed with new experimental hop variety HBC 586 which promises mango and tropical fruits with a hint of spice and herbs.

Flower Pots, Cheriton, Hants (2006)

Stormchaser APA 4.5%
LIMITED EDITION: Stormchaser is evocative of the brooding weather at this time of year. A blend of Celeia and Galena hops with a sprinkling of Azacca and First Gold, this American Pale Ale is brewed with Lager and Vienna malt with a touch of wheat to provide a long dry citrus finish.

Cheriton Porter 4.2%
A complex grain bill of dark malts and traditional British hops create an easy drinking classic Porter.  With a creamy coffee aroma and roasted chocolate maltiness, a hint of sweetness shines through to provide a dry finish.

Flower Pots IPA 6.0%
Brewed in limited batches, our traditional 6% IPA, is full of Pilgrim, Progress and East Kent Goldings hops producing an earthy, medium bodied ale with a smooth bitterness. The English hops are blended with some of Hampshire’s finest malted barley and with hints of citrus, spice and pine, our popular winter regular has a deep yet warming golden hue.

Fyne Ales, Cairndow, Argyllshire (2001)

Castle Black 4.0%
NEW: Brewed with a blend of seven malts and four British hops, delivering a full-bodied and satisfying pint that’s balanced and thirst-quenching – not too heavy, not too roasty, just supremely delicious and moreish.

Gilbert White’s, Selborne, Hants (2021)

Gilbert’s Garden Kalendar 4.3%
Green hopped version brewed with Fuggles hops from Gilbert White’s Garden. Unfined and unpasteurised.

Hogs Back, Tongham, Surrey (1992)

Spirit in the Sty 4.5%
NEW: Collaboration brew with Phantom. Full-hopped golden beauty is brewed with Mosaic and Cascade in the copper, then dry-hopped with more Cascade, Ekuanot and Azacca – named after the Haitian god of agriculture. With a beautiful blend of citrus, mango and tropical fruit notes, it’s mellow and moreish, with the trademark Phantom haze.

Left Handed Giant, Bristol, Avon (2017)

Dawn Chorus 4.5%
Collaboration with Wiper & True. Easy drinking pale ale hopped with Simcoe, Amarillo and Motueka with notes of orange, mango and subtle lime. Balanced and refreshing all of the way through!

New Bristol Brewery, Bristol, Avon (2013)

Mavericks 4.9%
Sessionable and smooth, golden in colour, this is a cheerful beer simply bursting with zest and flavour. Hopped with Mandarin, Bavaria, Pacifica and Equinox. Vegan friendly.

Northern Whisper, Cloughfield, Lancs (2017)

Drongo 4.2%
Single hopped pale with Australian Galaxy

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

Janszoon 4.7%
NZ Pale Ale brewed with Taiheke and Motueka.

Pomona Island, Salford, Greater Manchester (2017)

Project Graham 3.3%
Grapefruity Small Pale ale.

Portobello, London W10 (2012)

Decca Supreme Session Ale 4.3%
90 years of Decca Records; blend of UK and US hops, crisp/refreshing.

Roosters, Harrogate, N. Yorkshire (1992)

The Accomplice 5.7%
Juicy American-style IPA collab with Odell Brewing Co.

Salopian, Hadnall, Shropshire (1995)

Hiding in Plain Sight 4.0%
Powerfully fragrant and with a bountiful hoppiness characterised by Mosaic, this is a perfect accompaniment to a late summers eve.

Siren Craft Brew, Finchampstead, Berks (2013)

Suspended in Ella 4.0%
NEW: Single hop hazy Pale ale.

Southwark, Southwark, SE1 (2014)

Raspberry Wheat 4.7%
LIMITED EDITION: A great Raspberry aroma, spicy and fruity character on the taste, light bodied wheat beer. Balanced bitterness with a dry, crisp finish.

Phoenix 5.0%
LIMITED EDITION: Awaiting tasting notes.

Stardust, White Waltham, Berks (2016)

Hay Day 4.4%
NEW: Rich malty best bitter

Lighthouse 4.8%
NEW: A bright, hazy pale. The super pale malt makes a bight yellow base for Citra, Mosaic and Cyro Pop hops to shine. Expect grape, orange and coconut hop flavours.

Thames Side Brewery, Staines, Surrey (2015)

Don’t Fear the NEIPA 4.5%
Collaboration NEIPA, brewed with Backbeat Brewery (Boston, MA). The ONLY CASK in existence!

Thornbridge, Bakewell, Derbyshire (2004)

Gold 3.6%
LIMITED EDITION: Thornbridge Year of Beer (Aug). Golden Mild.

Salted Caramel Lucaria 4.5%
LIMITED EDITION: Thornbridge Year of Beer (Sep). Ice Cream Porter.

Mosaic Pale 4.0%
LIMITED EDITION: Thornbridge Year of Beer (Oct #1). A one off collaboration using flash frozen hops from Yakima Chief in the USA, using Mosaic hops.

Simcoe Bitter 4.0%
LIMITED EDITION: Thornbridge Year of Beer (Oct #2). A one off collaboration using flash frozen hops from Yakima Chief in the USA, using Simcoe hops.

Three Legs, Broad Oak, E. Sussex (2015)

Mosaic Pale 4.5%
A single hopped pale with a super easy melon and floral aroma with a solid pale malt backbone and easy non assertive bitterness.

Tiny Rebel, Rogerstone, Gwent (2012)

Cloud Shake 4.0%
Raspberry overnight oat pale.

Dark Cherry Battenburg 4.8%
Dark Cherry IPA. Hazy deep red IPA, with cherry and marzipan aromas. A velvety mouthfeel with forest fruit, marzipan and cake flavours. Contains lactose.

True North, Sheffield, S. Yorkshire (2012)

Summer of Love 4.1%
Hazy pale, hopped with Strata, Idaho7 & Meridian hops, giving tropical fruit flavours of papaya, citrus and mango. Unfiltered and vegan friendly.

Twisted Wheel, Westbrook, Cheshire (2019)

You Didn’t Have to be So Nice 5.5%
A smooth , easy drinking dark stout , with the addition of chocolate to add a sweetness to the finish.

Unbarred, Brighton, E.Sussex (2019)

The Long Black 5.0%
NEW: Strong aromas of fresh brewed coffee lead, malt sweetness and dark berries. Silky smooth chocolate and a dark roasted malt backbone sit alongside notes of red berries from English Brambling Cross hops all balanced with fresh, cold pressed coffee. Fruity characteristics of redcurrant, apple, raspberry & cocao nibs along with intense coffee notes.

Vocation, Hebden Bridge, W. Yorkshire (2015)

Swancer 4.5%
LIMITED EDITION: A hazy pale ale brewed with oats and wheat in the malt bill to give extra emphasis to that characteristically smooth cask body. Hopped with Citra and El Dorado Incognito in the whirlpool for bitter orange character, followed by more Citra as well as El Dorado in Cryo form for huge aromas of pulpy tropical fruit punch, peach, and watermelon iced tea. Collaboration with Wylam Brewery, Newcastle.




Turners (Kent)
Pear Cider 5.5%
Medium Sweet: Made with 100% Kentish pears. Floral, peachy, and elegant.
Gluten free, Unfiltered, Unfined, Vegan, Vegetarian.

Ridge & Furrow (Devon)
Keeved Cider 4.5%
Sweet: This cider is produced using a specialised and old-fashioned fermentation process for a more naturally sweet flavour.

Ascension (Sussex)
Pilot 4.8%
Medium. A modern thinking producer using apples that have been rejected by supermarkets creating their most popular and tasty cider.

Seacider (West Sussex)
Rhubarb 4%
Medium Sweet: Made from locally grown fruit. Pressed to create a juicy burst with tons of refreshing flavour!

Newton Court (Herefordshire)
First Press 4.8%
Medium sweet. ORGANIC. Smooth tasting, with mild fruit taste. Producers also use this cider for their mulled cider.

Merry Moon (Kent)
Ginger Cider 6%
Medium Sweet. AUTUMN WARMER! This is sweet, fruity & light followed by a wonderful warming ginger hug.

Secret Orchard (Exmoor, West Somerset, and North Devon)
Wild Rabbit 6%
Dry: A lovely gentle dry cider.

Gwatkin (Herefordshire)
Stoke Red 6%
Sweet: Named after the apple that it’s made from, which is a good apple to sweeten and is well bodied. The cider produced from this apple takes a long time to ferment. Good things come to those who wait.








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