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Creative Juices Brewing Of Course I Still Love You

A quintessentially British style of ale with a rich dark-golden amber colour, “Of Course I Still Love You” gets its delicate and subtle hop flavours and aromas from traditional English East Kent Golding hops.

The beer has a smooth and creamy mouthfeel and the drinker is treated to elements of biscuit, bread and toffee in the flavour profile. This mellows in a caramel finish, which leaves you wanting more.

This ale is the ideal choice for the traditional beer drinker who is transitioning into the craft arena, or for people who are entirely new to the world of craft beers. But for those who already know and love their artisan beers, this is a wonderfully seasonable ale; a clean and bitter-balanced brew that will make you fall in love with it.

Creative Juices Brewing Company
Twickenham Brewery Spring Ale

Golden hoppy ale with a sweetish edge. Dry hopped with Huell Melon for a fresh fruity nose and taste, with hints of melon and orange. Perfect for a Spring Day.

Twickenham Brewery
Thornbridge Brewery Jaipur

Jaipur is Thornbridge Brewery's flagship beer, and the one that really put them on the map back in 2005 when they were just starting out. They are often told “this is the beer, that got me into beer” and they are always very proud to hear this. It’s usually recognised as the first UK craft IPA.

Thornbridge Brewery
Thornbridge Brewery Kelham Island Pale Rider

Kelham Island Brewery, Sheffield’s oldest independent brewery, has been saved from closure by a group from Sheffield. A pioneer for the UK’s craft beer scene, Kelham Island Brewery has played a significant role in Sheffield’s brewing history and heritage. The brewery was founded in 1990 by Dave Wickett and was the first new independent brewery in Sheffield for over 100 years.

Pale Rider, the brewery’s flagship beer, won the Champion Beer of Britain in 2004, it was the first winner to use hops from the USA and is still the only beer in South Yorkshire to have ever received the accolade.

Thornbridge Brewery
Thornbridge Brewery Apricity Extra Special Bitter

Extra Special / Strong (ESB) Bitter. The name means 'the warmth of the sun in winter' which is very fitting with the weather. Apricity is very easy drinking with perfectly balanced bitter coffee and nutty flavours.

Thornbridge Brewery
Nuttycombe Brewery Cotleigh Tawny

A West Country classic, well balanced light copper coloured bitter brewed using local malted barley and English whole hops. A subtle hop palate which blends with the sweetness of the malt, to give a beautiful and balanced bitter.

Nuttycombe Brewery
No Frills Joe Brewery Joe Solo

No Frills Joe Brewery's stronger, fuller pale ale brewed with American hop — Simcoe.

No Frills Joe
Milestone Brewery Cathedral Gold

Refreshing pale golden fruity; Citra, US Cascade & Simcoe hops; dry, citrussy

Milestone Brewery
Milestone Brewery Shine On

Light pale zesty session ale

Milestone Brewery
Loddon Brewery Three Counties Mild

A light mild brewed for the Three counties. A golden sessionable malt forward ale delicatley hopped with brewers gold, fuggles and East kent goldings for gentle earthy and blackcurrent notes.

Loddon Brewery
Ascot Brewing Penguin Porter

Milk chocolate deliciousness on top of a smooth biscuit base. A perfect sipper for the dark nights ahead.

Ascot Brewing Company
No Frills Joe Brewery Dreamland West Coast IPA

This west coast style session IPA is bursting with citrus. Brewed and dry hopped with Citra and Mosaic, guarantees potent aroma/flavour, soft bitterness and high drinkability. Store cold, drink fresh. Always unpasteurised, unfiltered, un-fined and vegan. No frills.

No Frills Joe
Twickenham Brewery Azacca Star

Named after the Azacca hop and ‘Star’ from the Polaris hop which, after all, is the North Star, this is a lovely pale ale. The blend of these two hops, along with Amarillo, gives a lovely tropical hit, with a lingering edge of spice and Mint.

Twickenham Brewery
Ascot Brewing Company Little Giddy Summer Ale

A light and fresh, session drinking summer pale. Expect citrus and soft floral notes for an easy ride.

Ascot Brewing Company
Ascot Brewing Company Gold Cup

A robust and balanced session IPA, with delicious citrus notes, complimented with pine flavours and aromas – delivers a pleasant lingering bitterness. Easy drinking.

Ascot Brewing Company
Loddon Brewery 6 Pack Best Bitter

At 4.2%, 6 Pack makes a great session ale and offers drinkers a complex, nutty taste with a smooth, balanced hoppiness. A gorgeous best bitter packed with 6 hop varieties and 6 malts.

What better way to enjoy the 6 Nations than with a 6 Pack?

Sweetness: 50%
Bitterness: 60%
Fullness: 70%
Colour: 65%

Loddon Brewery