IN THE CELLAR
We have a wide range of real ales from a variety of sources that we offer. You will find that we change our range frequently and you will be able to keep track of it all here.
Marlow Rebellion Roasted Nuts
Ruby & Complex
A deep ruby beer which is a complex and flavoursome winter warmer. This beer is packed with intense and distinctive malt and hop flavours. At this time of year only available in pint bottles.
Pale & Refreshing
Available Spring to March each year. A straw coloured, pale ale for the Spring, with a clean, fresh and uncomplicated taste. The hops add a crisp bitterness, making it very drinkable,
Timothy Taylor - Landlord 4.3%
Amber & Refreshing
A hoppy, increasingly bitter finish compliments the background malt and citrus character of the full-flavoured and well-balanced amber ale.
Greene King Abbot
Pale & Bitter
Greene King first brewed Abbot Ale during the
1950s and its popularity has never waned. Indeed, it was recently named
as one of the top 10 ales that licensees would most like to stock.
Abbot Ale is brewed longer to a unique recipe. This makes it the full, flavoured, smooth and mature beer it is today.
Greene King IPA
Golden & Hoppy
This hoppy, refreshing beer is brewed in the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds, in the heart of Suffolk, where brewing has been an important part of the town's history even as far back as 1086 when brewing in the town was recorded in the Domesday Book.
Old Speckled Hen
Amber & Bitter
4.5%. Warm and full bodied flavour. Malt loaf and toffee combine with a bitterness on the back of the tongue giving a well balance sweetness.
Pinner Best Bitter
Golden & Smooth
This is our House best bitter, brewed by Greene King for the Queen's Head. A very refreshing session ale.
St Austell - Tribute
Amber & Fruity
"Tribute is a magnificent example of a bronze coloured English bitter, with a rich aroma of biscuity malt and tart citrus fruit from the Willamette hops. Juicy malt, hop resins and tangy fruit coat the tongue, while the finish is long and lingering, with a fine balance between malt, hops and fruit, finally becoming dry and bitter."