Amber Ale to Premium Stouts
The richer darker range of our core ales starting with our award winning flagship beer of course, Inclined Plane 4.2% followed by the ever popular premium bitter Thomas Lift at 4.4%, and then our shy but not retiring Bullesye Stout at 4.8% reputedly giving the big guns a run for their money – if in doubt try our stout! You will receive four of each of these beers in a case of 12.
If you want a particular mix that is not offered on the website please call the brewery 01858 540 116 or email us.
12 x 500ml bottles
Delivery is normally within five working days, subject to stock and season. However, once dispatched, most orders are delivered the next working day.
If you require your order earlier please call the brewery on 01858 540116 between 9am and 4pm. Monday to Friday.
Orders for bottles, cans and merchandise received between Mon – Thursday 8am – 12pm will be dispatched the following working day.
Orders received on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be dispatched on Monday (exc Bank holidays).
Delivery is a by a national courier. Delivery costs start from £3.50 for LE postcodes (except LE65). National delivery costs start from £7.00.
Delivery to mainland England, Wales and lowland Scotland only (excluding Islands and Highlands.
In a hurry for the bottles? Select collection on checkout and they will be ready for you the next working day to pick up form the brewery, depending on stock and season.
How you keep your beer can make a difference to how much you’ll enjoy it. To be at its best fresh beer should be stored in a cool environment somewhere around 8-12 degrees, a garage is ideal. Keep your beer in the fridge, regardless of the style and then remove the beer half an hour before you’ll enjoy it so it can reach the 8-12 degree sweet spot.
If you’d like your beer at fridge temperature please be aware that a harmless ‘chill haze’ may develop, the haze will not affect the flavour of the beer but may reduce its clarity. It’s also best to keep your beer out of direct sunlight.
Bottles contain filtered beer so they have a much longer shelf life than draft beer. We put a year on the label from when it is bottled, however the rule still stands – fresh is best, so don’t let it hang around too long.