Our Guest Ales
Banks's Bitter 3.8%
A full, clean, bitter tasting beer with malty and hoppy flavours and winey, fruity overtones. 3.8%abv.
Banks's Original 3.5%
Banks's Original is brewed from local water and hops. A beautifully balanced beer, smooth and full bodied with a malty, warming and slightly fruity taste. It's very easy drinking. 3.5% abv
Banks's Sunbeam 4.2%
A gloriously zesty blonde, releasing tangy citrus and grapefruit overtones.
Brakspear Oxford Gold 4.0%
English Target hops give this beer a remarkable aroma. Late hopping with Goldings and fermentation by the Brakspear yeast creates a remarkably zesty aroma, a full fruity flavour and a golden colour. Over 200 years of brewing tradition ensures Oxford Gold is renowned for what is best in English brewing.
Jennings Cocker Hoop 4.6%
An award-winning golden bitter from an all malt brew, with Styrian Golding hops added at various stages, to give a classic hop flavour and aroma.
A bitter beer of great character, appealing to those drinkers who really appreciate their beer and are looking for quality.
Launched in 1995 as ‘September Ale’, Jennings Cocker Hoop has become hugely popular, particularly with Lake District tourists in summer
The name is derived from ‘Cock-a Hoop’, an old custom of removing the cock (or spigot) from a barrel and resting it on the hoop of the cask before commencing a drinking bout, but was changed to reflect the brewery’s location on the banks of the River Cocker.
Jennings Cumberland Ale 4.2%
A superb golden coloured ale, brewed with malt made from specially selected barley and using only the finest English aromatic hops. Traditionally brewed for over a hundred years, using pure Lakeland water drawn from the brewery’s own well.
A full flavoured beer with a delicate hop character, makes this beer ideal for the demanding, modern beer drinker. Cumberland Ale has become a firm favourite nationwide and is Jennings best selling brand outside the Lake District. (4.2% ABV in 500ml bottle)
Ringwood Best Bitter
The perfect supping beer! Ringwoods first brew and still the New Forest's favourite tipple. Best Bitter was awarded Bronze Medal at the Munich Beer Festival in 2005.
Ringwood Boondoggle 4.2%
The name is taken from a Scots/American word to mean 'work of little value' or to us, a jolly! We can think of nothing better than going for a Boondoggle or two and enjoying this pale golden beer with a light citrus aroma and delicious fruity finish.
Ringwood Fortyniner 4.9%
Fortyniner is a golden full-bodied malty beer with a deep bitter-sweet finish, crafted with English malt and a blend of Goldings, Progress, Fuggles & Challenger Hops