Ales & Lagers

  • India Pale Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £30.50

    A historic brew which conjures up images of high seas and faraway places.  At 6.1% abv, this IPA retains the strength and character that is typical of this iconic, internationally renowned beer. Shepherd Neame’s India Pale Ale is hopped at three stages of the boil, with two varieties of Kentish hops – Fuggles and East Kent Goldings – resulting in a deep golden ale, with spiced fruit notes and a distinctive, heavily hopped bitterness.  Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

  • Asahi Super Dry - 24 x 330ml

    £30.75

    Super crisp, super clear and super dry, 5.0% abv Asahi Super Dry embodies Japanese discernment and good taste. Asahi, pronounced ‘A-Sa-Hee’, means ‘rising sun’ and was developed in 1987 as Japan’s first karakuchi or ‘dry’ beer – easy-to-drink, good with food and characterised by its dry bite.

  • Late Red - Two cases of 8x 500ml bottles

    £29.00

    A handsome, pale walnut colour leads to rich, exotic grapefruit and damask rose scents which exhibit the woodlands freshness of Late Red hops. The flavour is complex, subtle and mouth-filling. The nourishing fullness of crystal malt slowly takes on a drier, dramatic definition as the intricate and fragrant bitterness of the hop slides forward in the finish and aftertaste. 

  • Whitstable Bay Organic Ale - 16 x 500 ml bottles

    £29.90

    Whitstable Bay Organic Ale is named after the Kent coastal town, famed for its oysters, and makes a great partner for light dishes such as seafood and salads. It is a light, refreshing 4.5% abv ale made from 100% natural ingredients including chalk-filtered mineral water, the finest organically-grown hops and winter pearl malting barley. Two cases of 8 x 500ml bottles

     

  • Four cases of Spitfire cans

    £128.00

    Four cases of 24 x 440ml cans of 4.5% abv Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale.

  • Samuel Adams Boston lager - 24 x 330ml bottles

    £25.00

    2015 GOLD MEDAL WINNER
    International Brewing Awards

    Internation Keg Lager Competition

    The world’s leading US craft beer, a legend in its US homeland, combining the full flavour of ale with the smoothness of lager. First brewed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1984, Sam Adams was hailed as 'The Best Beer in America' two years later. Brewed under license here at Shepherd Neame, Britain's Oldest Brewer.

  • 1698 Bottle-conditioned Ale - 16 x 500ml bottles

    £31.50

    Thrice-hopped and bottle conditioned, 6.5% abv 1698 is the connoisseur’s choice, a beer to be savoured. Originally brewed to celebrate our tercentenary, 1698 was a silver medal winner in the Taste of Britain Awards, was included in the International Beer Challenge’s World’s Top 50 Beers and has won a Gold Award from the British Bottlers’ Institute. Two cases of 8  x 500ml bottles.