Our Beers


We use only the best quality “locally and internationally sourced ingredients” for our beers and therefore there might be times that not all our products are available, yet we endeavor to try our best from this happening as not to disappoint our loyal followers..!

“Our Beers “are brewed following the revised Vorläufiges Biergesetz of 1993 is a slightly expanded version of the Reinheitsgebot, (the law originated in the city of Ingolstadt in the duchy of Bavaria on 23 April 1516, although first put forward in 1487, [1] concerning standards for the sale and composition of beer, allowing, besides water, malted barley, and hops, for yeast to be used for bottom-fermented beer, and for different kinds of malt, and sugar to be used for top-fermented beer. All ingredients and the process itself are subject to additional regulations.

Thus, German breweries continue to comply with the Biergesetz, often claiming compliance with the Reinheitsgebot even when it is patently incorrect (for example, for wheat beers, which were prohibited by the Reinheitsgebot), using this compliance as a valuable marketing tool.

Unpasteurised, preservative and additive free and available in a 440ml Glass Bottle.


Light Blonde Ale

2.5% alcohol

“A crisp and refreshing “light” golden ale
with a notable malty sweetness and a lingering mild hop bitterness”

Blonde Ale

4.5% alcohol

“A crisp and refreshing golden ale with a notable malty sweetness and a lingering mild hop bitterness”


4.5% alcohol

“A beautifully balanced, unfiltered wheat beer, with a hint of citrus, banana and clove after taste”


4.5% alcohol

“An elegant and refreshing Belgian wheat style, with a mild, malty sweetness and hints of citrus, and spiciness”

American Pale Ale

4.5% alcohol

“An intriguing ale with a refreshing hop bitterness and a fruity aroma. Well balanced with a mild, malty sweetness”

Scottish Ale

4.5% alcohol

“A delightfully clean, malty and slightly sweet beer with a rich copper colour”

India Pale Ale

6% alcohol

“A hoppy, moderately strong pale ale characterised by the use of South African hops”

Irish Stout

4.5% alcohol

“A very dark, roasty, dry and creamy ale perfect for those cold evenings in front of the fire”


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