Past and Future Beers
This page shows past and future beers we have had or will have.
Possible future beers
The following are beers we are looking to take in the future so keep an eye out.
Hobgoblin Gold 4.5%
Golden & Refreshing
Hobgoblin Gold is the latest beer carrying the little fella's moniker, and while Gold might be lighter in colour, it's definitely no lightweight. At 4.5% abv, the combination of four hop varieties and an infusion of wheat and malted barley has resulted in the perfect golden beer – with a huge hop punch.
Guilt edged golden refreshment. Well what did you expect?
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
Banks Mild 3.5% ABV
Dark & Malty
Banks's Mild is a beautifully balanced beer, smooth and full bodied with a malty, warming and slightly fruity taste.
Drophead Steam Beer
Amber & Refreshing
A blend of pale and caramel malts fermented at elevated temperatures Let off some steam with this delicious amber beer.
Marstons EPA 3.6%
Pale & Fruity
Zing, Pow & Phwoar
The taste of EPA is unique. Zing from the citrusy hops we use. Pow from its fuller flavour. Phwoar from the crisp finish that leaves you ready for more. It's a refreshing, lighter blonde ale with a 3.6 ABV.
Pale ales were the height of fashion in the Victorian era, they were seen in watering holes the length and breadth of the country and were liked by everyone. Unlike earlier darker beers, the delicious, clear and golden style of English Pale Ale is what people went mad for...
Nowadays there's at least one generic continental fizzy lager on every bar and fridges are stocked with flavoured sugary alcopops...
So we have gone back to our roots and re-crafted the original English Pale Ale that we once couldn't get enough of. It's a pint of cold, hoppy, zesty goodness which will knock the socks of the fizzy generic stuff you're used to drinking.
Don't take our word for it, go and try one, you'll see.
Now that's refreshingly different.
Brown & Bitter
Marston's Pedigree is an exceptional premium ale with an ABV of 4.5%. You will find it widely available on draught in pubs nationwide, over 41 million pints are sold every year.
Dark & Malty
"Owd Rodger, brewed to a recipe believed to be over 500 years old, is Marston's award winning 7.4% strong ale. Brewed using malted barley, whole leaf English aroma hops and well water, Owd Rodger offers an explosion of rich fruit flavours with a dry bitter-sweet finish."
Power of 3
Golden & Refreshing
Three the magic number. Three English hops. Golding Challanger and Pioneer.Three aramus Malt Grapefruit and Pine. Three distinct tastes. Light malty and refreshing.
Purity - Pure Gold
Golden & Bitter
3.8% ABV is a
refreshing Golden Ale.
Ringwood - Forty Niner
Golden & Hoppy
Fortyniner is named after the 1849 gold rush. Golden in colour and brewed to 4.9%, Ringwood has been brewing this classic beer since 1978'. Golden full bodied malted beer
Shipyard American Pale Ale 4.5%
Amber & Fruity
A beer born out of a conversation between Master Brewers Alan Pugsley of Shipyard Brewing Co. and Simon Yates of Marston's to craft a classic American style Pale Ale to satisfy the growing thirst of British drinkers for American craft beers.
The beer is dry hopped for greater aroma and flavour with a quartet of four American hop varieties – Chinook, Cascade, Columbus and Centennial delivering a big, bold, brash hoppy beer. Drop anchor for a spell and enjoy.
Enjoy this classic, refreshing American style Pale Ale bursting with grapefruity citrus flavour.
Ruby & Malty
Our premium beer, full bodied with malty and nutty fullness, hints of caramel giving it a round, soft, satisfying smoothness. We brew Monk with a very high proportion of crysal malt, this is malt that has been toasted so the natural sugar in the malt grains have slightly carmalised. This rich flavour gives the beer its deep copper colour [we add no colours and additives to any of our beers all of them are 100% malt brewed]. Crystal malt is the source of Monk's richness - or body, it also gives it a distincticve nuttiness - also helped as we get very good extraction from the malt grains we think the nuttiness comes from the sugars around the husk of the grain so it is key that we seep the grains to get to all the lovely malty goodness around the husk.
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Amber & Bitter
Wychwood - Wickerman (was call Dogs Bollocks)
Golden & Fruity
Standing out from the crowd, an old favourite returns that always lives up to its name. Pale golden, well rounded flavours warm the pallet & come together with a hint of nuts, resulting in a robust fulsome aroma that hangs low 'til the last. A great excuse to go & see a man about a dog.