We stock a selection of local and award winning bottled Welsh Ales with gluten free & low alcohol options too.
Darker Side of Pale: Well hopped ale made with a selection of American hops 4.4% Alc Vol
Drop Squint: A pale ale made from a traditional blend of British malts and hops 5.2% Alc Vol
Skaddly Pluck:An IPA made using a blend of hops to give a distinctive hoppy, citrus flavour 4.8% Alc Vol>The name is a Pembrokeshire saying for a mad scramble to collect nuts, sweets or coins thrown into a crow.
In The Grip:A clean red ale with a light caramel finish4.7% Alc Vol>Try to pass on a Pembrokeshire lane, too close and you’re in the grip- the narrow part between the road and the ditch
Tenby Brewing Co:
Clean, crisp and beautifully Blonde. Pale ale and lager malts are used in the mash before single hopping with cascade, and infusing with Thai Lime leaves. Full of character yet light and easy drinking, Real beer doesn’t get more refreshing than this!
An easy drinking and moreish example, putting the special back into ESB’s (extra special bitter), hints of caramel woven in complex grain, balanced with mellow bitter hops ……. sit back and have a real beer, because who knows when they’re going to turn up!
“WC Rocks” is a term used by local kite surfers, celebrating the quality of west coast wind and swell. Jump in and you’ll find a thirst quenching malt body and undercurrents of spiced blackberry. At 3.8%abv, a great session beer so you can get back out in the surf with a clear(ish!) head… it’s a hard life, WC Rocks!….
The ‘Black flag’, otherwise known as ‘the jolly roger’ was raised to identify a pirate ship to their prey in order for them to have a chance to surrender. Black flag porter is full of character with notes of coffee and chocolate and just a touch of vanilla spiced rum!
Tenby Harbour Brewery:
Other Welsh Ales:
A light, pale ale with a fresh citrus undertone, ideal for lager drinkers if chilled 2 degrees below normal cask temperature.
Skirrid Welsh Bitter: 500ml bottle 4.2% vol
A full of flavour dark beer at 4.2% abv, ideal for real ale aficionados and lovers of strong flavoursome beer.
The blend of ingredients lend themselves to a hoppy tasting brew that sits well when paired with fish dishes or a beautifully matured real Welsh cheese.
A real ale flavoured with Pomegranate* and Sherbet.
*Flavouring derived from pomegranate concentrate.
Tudor Brewery is extremely proud of this one!
A rounded full-bodied ale with smooth caramelised undertones, perfect for red meat dishes like beef and steak.
Tiny Rebel Brewing Company:
Our ‘Maori Pale Ale’ came together after months of experimentation with a very unique hop – Nelson Sauvin from New Zealand. Strong grape flavours are complemented by the sweet Munich malt, making this beer crisp and refreshing.
Champion Beer of Britain 2015: Arguably the coolest word on the planet, Cwtch is our very own untraditional Welsh Red Ale. Six malts, two US hops and weeks of Tiny Rebel love and attention go into making this unique beer. Citrus and tropical fruit dominate the taste that is backed up with caramel malts that balance the moderate bitterness. Drinkability & balance makes this beer.
Mad Dog Brewing:
Great Orme Brewery:
Purple Moose Brewery:
A delightfully refreshing pale ale brewed with a delicate combination of aromatic hops.Our most popular session beer – the perfect thirst-quencher after a hard day’s walking in the glorious mountains of Snowdonia!
May 2012 – Silver in ‘Bitters’ category, Society of Independant Brewers (SIBA) Wales & West Region Competition 2012
August 2012 – Gold in ‘Bitters’ category, CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain Competition 2012
June 2011 – Silver in ‘Bitters’ category, CAMRA Champion Beer of Wales Competition 2011
A golden coloured fruity best bitter with a well balanced hoppy finish.Glaslyn Ale takes its name from the Afon Glaslyn, the river which flows from ‘Yr Wyddfa’ (Snowdon) to Porthmadog.
June 2011 – Silver in ‘Best Bitters’ category, CAMRA Champion Beer of Wales Competition 2011
A delicious dark ale with a deep malt flavour from roasted barley and a fruity bitterness from Bramling Cross hops.
Dark Side of the Moose is now very popular and ideally suited to drinkers who have a taste for darker beers.
January 2013 – Bronze in ‘Old Ales & Strong Mild’ category, CAMRA Champion Winter Beer of Britain Competition 2013
- July 2012 – Silver Medal – International Beer Challenge 2012
- July 2012 – 3 Star Gold – Great Taste Awards 2012
- May 2012 – Gold in ‘Porters, Milds, Old Ales & Stouts’ Category, Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) Wales & West Region Competition 2012
- May 2012 – Silver in ‘Bottled Porters, Milds, Old Ales & Stouts’ Category, Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) Wales & West Region Competition 2012
- September 2011 – Best Welsh Speciality- Great Taste Awards 2011
- July 2011 – Bronze Medal – International Beer Challenge2011
- July 2011 – 3-Star Gold – Great Taste Awards 2011
- June 2011 – Gold in ‘Old Ales’ category, CAMRA Champion Beer of Wales Competition 2011
- February 2011 – Bronze Medal – Brewing Industry International Awards 2011