A Classic Strong Pale Ale, Landlord has won more awards nationally than any other beer.
Pours a deep golden colour with a bright ruby sheen. Refreshingly reliable, with herbal notes and a little biscuity note of malt in the finish. Stands out in any bar as the ideal regular.
- Keighley, Yorkshire
CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britiain winner in 1994 & 1999.
Runner up in 1990, 1992 & 2010.
Winner of the Gold Award in the Best Bitter Class 1990, 1992, 1994, 1999 & 2010.
Winner of the Silver Award in 1993 and the Bronze Award in 1991, 1998 & 2000
The most famous and popular brand from Sussex's oldest independent brewery.
A superbly balanced bitter with a prominent hop character. Deep reddish-brown in colour with a nutty and floral aroma. The comparatively low ABV makes it ideal for any time of day.
- Lewes, Sussex
CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain 2006 Runner Up.
Winner of the Gold Award in the Best Bitter Class in 2005 & 2006
Woodfordes Brewery delivers the perfect session ale.
Light but full of flavour and with a delicious citrus aftertaste. Fresh and zesty with crisp floral flavours. A background of sweet malt and a hoppy 'grapefruit' bitter finish characterises this champion bitter.
- Woodbastwick, Norfolk
CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain winner in 1996.
Third place in 2005
Winner of the Gold Award in the Bitter Class 1996 & 2005.
Winner of the Gold Award in the New Brewery Class in 1990 and the Bronze Award in 1988.
Gorgeous Golden Ale from a historic local brewery. A real taste of London since 1666.
Lip-smackingly drinkable, Swift is brewed with both lager (Saaz) and ale (Cascade) hops for the perfect blend of flavour and refreshment. Juicy, gently hoppy and mellow.
- Hackney, London
SIBA South East Region Beer Competition
Winner of Gold in the Standard Bitters & Pale Ales category and Bronze in the Overall Champion of the Competition