Past and Future Beers
This page shows past and future beers we have had or will have.
Coming up next
The following beers we hope to have available soon
Amber & Bitter
Southwold Bitter is a beautiful copper-coloured beer, late and dry-hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness. Brewed with the finest East Anglian Pale Ale malt barley, sourced locally to the brewery. We use Fuggles hops which we add late in the boil to preserve the herbal flavours of this traditional English hop. We add more Fuggles to each cask so that the flavour of the hops infuses into the beer. - See more at: http://adnams.co.uk/beer/our-beers/adnams-southwold-bitter/#sthash.1ktK6xx7.dpuf
Sharp's Doom Bar
Amber & Refreshing
The aroma of Doom Bar combines an accomplished balance of spicy resinous hop, inviting sweet malt and delicate roasted notes. The mouth feel is a perfectly balanced and complex blend of succulent dried fruit, lightly roasted malty notes and a subtle yet assertive bitterness. The bitterness remains into the finish with dry fruity notes which implore the drinker to go back for more.”
Old ones we've had
The following beers are ones we have had but have no immediate plans to bring back just yet. Don't forget you can vote on all these beers and which will help us decide which ones to bring back
Brockley Brewery Golden Ale
Golden & Bitter
Light yet full-bodied, this golden ale is packed full of flavour.An all Euro hop affair leads to a great bitterness. Hints of tangerine, citrus followed by a fresh aroma.
Brockley Brewery Pale Ale
Pale & Bitter
An inital bittersweet taste, balanced with a blend of British Hops.Full bodies with hints of apricot, this pale ale has a distinctive aroma leading to a satisfying finish.
Amber & Malty
Foundation is an amber best bitter, with a good balance of maltiness and a refreshingly crisp bitter finish. Flavoured with a blend of English and New Zealand hops.
ELB Pale Ale
Amber & Bitter
Our very first brew, ELB Pale Ale is a crisp, lighter ale with a subtle bitterness and a fruity perfumed aroma. It's an excellent session beer
Fuller's London Pride
Amber & Malty
Fuller’s London Pride is an award-winning classic. A rich, smooth and wonderfully balanced beer, its distinctive malty base is complemented by well developed hop character, from adding Target, Challenger and Northdown varieties to the brew.
Described by leading beer writer Roger Protz as “an astonishingly complex ale for its strength”, its flavour has been likened by Stephen Cox, beer writer and former campaigns director at CAMRA, to “the sensation of angels dancing on the tongue...”!
Greene King Gangly Ghoul
Dark & Fruity
A rich and spookily dark ale, with fiendishly fruity and hoppy notes.
Hackney Brewery Golden Ale
Golden & Hoppy
A style developed by brewers in the late 20th century to compete with the pale ale market, our golden ale is a refreshing and complex version, ideal as a session ale. It has deep flavour characteristics but is light and is high in aroma hops.
Golden & Refreshing
Wandle Ale was Sambrook’s very first beer. I will never forget the taste of the first brew, produced on 26th November 2008. It was a beautiful golden sunshine colour; clean and fresh, its sweetness cut by a delicate lingering bitterness. The very thought of it makes me thirsty.
What’s in a name? The River Wandle makes its way through Battersea and out into the Thames. It’s just a minute’s walk from the brewery and was our inspiration for the beer.
The river has helped shape London’s industrial heritage – much like London’s brewing industry. When we started brewing in Battersea we also discovered trout had returned to the river – which was now flourishing after years of misuse. Interpreting this as a good omen, this inaugural golden ale was christened.
- See more at: http://www.sambrooksbrewery.co.uk/wandle/#sthash.iawkv0un.dpuf