Past and Future Beers
This page shows past and future beers we have had or will have.
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
Golden & Fruity
The aim of the movement is to ask everyone to say Thank You in big or small ways to all who served, sacrificed, and changed our world during the First World War.
The Suffolk based brewer is set to brew a special edition beer, Flanders Fields, and has pledged to donate 20p from every pint sold to the Legion.
Earlier this month members of the Legion joined Greene King brewer Ross O'Hara to develop the recipe for Flanders Fields. The former servicemen and women spent the day discussing flavour profiles and were coached on beer styles that would have been prevalent in 1918. Flanders Fields, a 3.7% abv light and fruity ale with a chestnut hue, will be available in pubs from October 2018.
Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter
Brown & Hoppy
From the beautifu Harvey''s brewery in the ancient county town of Lewes, comes this delightful and superbly balanced session bitter with a prominent hop character. It''s a well loved beer making up over 90% of Harvey''s brewing capacity. Winner of the Champion Best Bitter of Britain title at CAMRA''s Great British Beers Festival in 2005 and 2006. It is a firm favorite with customers at the Wheatsheaf. 4.0% ABV
Old Golden Hen 4.1%
Golden & Refreshing
This light golden beer delivers both flavour and refreshment, brewed using the finest pale malts, and the rare Galaxy hop to give a light golden colour, subtle tropical fruit notes and a deliciously smooth finish. Old Golden Hen is perfect for all occasions
Patron Saints Ale
Amber & Complex
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with our dedicated ale.
Golden & Hoppy
A light golden Summer beer, with a citrusy hop character. Served slightly cooler than usual for an ale, to enhance its refreshing quality
Rebellion Winter Royal
Ruby & Malty
Originally brewed by the Wethereds Brewery in Marlow, Winter Royal became one of their flagship beers until the brewery closed in 1988. We are proud to be reviving this popular beer using the original Wethered's recipe.
Traditional Fuggles and a Goldings hop variety add to the authenticity of this classic English beer. The result is a deep, ruby winter warmer at 5.4%, with a rich maltiness, soft bitterness and a fantastic late and dry hop aroma.
What makes this beer extra special is that we are brewing our Winter Royal using 100% Marlow Bottom malted barley, harvested this year from fields next to Rebellion.
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,
Dark & Hoppy
Wadworth's Bitter with Pussers navy rum. A gentle rum aroma and dark, unrefined sugar gives it a rich smoothness.