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.
Amber & Hoppy
A refreshingly bold amber ale with subtle malty flavours and an aroma packed full of hops, grapefruit, citrus and tropical fruits. Brewed with Perle and Mag hops and dry hopped twice over 8 days with generous quantities of the American Cascade hops to add a big, fruity hop flavour punch.
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.
Ruby & Bitter
A celebratory ale created by the master brewers of Greene King for the nation's capital city. Centuries of expertise and craftsmanship have come together to produce this rich and fruity brew that combines crystal malt with challenger and goldings hops.
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.
Amber & Smooth
An easy drinking beer, well balanced malt and hop flavous continue to a long, refreshing and clean finish.
Brown & Bitter
Ruddles County is an all-occasion beer, perfect as a pint after the rugby game or a night out at the pub with family and friends.
Ruddles County is also one of the most popular selling premium ales at the supermarket – so don't forget to add it to your shopping list next time. It is, after all, a beer from the Real World, so any time that's good for you is a good time to drink Ruddles County
Pale & Refreshing
St Edmunds is a fresh, golden beer with a citrus finish, brewed using pale malt and cascade hops. Crafted for modern tastes using traditional brewing methods, this is the perfect introduction to real beer. It’s also award-winning, picking up a 2014 Monde Gold Award