On Tap

Our shops have a range of taps with continually changing cask and keg beer to drink in, or take home in 1 or 2 litre sizes and occasionally 500ml bottles. We fill one-way disposable containers (included in the prices below) or reusable growlers, both available in store. Tap take home beer is best enjoyed as fresh as possible, ideally within 2-3 days.

Please select your shop above to see what’s currently on.

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Gravity Well Brewing Co. | Galaxies Apart

India Pale Ale, 6.0%, Keg

Double dry hopped with Citra and Enigma. A juicy NEIPA with aromas of mango, papaya and orange.

£9.20 £16.75

The Kernel Brewery | Dry Stout Wai-iti Motueka

Stout, 4.7%, Keg

A Dry Irish stout with rich roasty coffee aromas; rich, sessionable and moreish.

Hops: Wai-iti & Motueka

£7.30 £13.75

The Kernel Brewery | Pale Ale Nelson Sauvin Wai-iti

Pale Ale, 5.2%, Keg

A clean and rounded malt base showcasing the finest hops from around the world.

Hops: Nelson Sauvin, Wai-iti

£7.30 £13.75

Howling Hops | Rooftops

Triple India Pale Ale, 9.5, Keg

Rooftops is 9.5% ABV and hopped with Chinook, Citra and Sabro. It's scandalously juicy with ripe mango, pineapple, and zesty lime, while a tickle of coconut gives this beer a silky drinkability for such a giant lad. 

£11.90 N/A

Vault City | Strawberry Session Sour

Sour, 4, Keg

We've brought on of our all-time favourite fruits back once again but this time for a sour session! Brimming with hyper local Scottish Strawberries, this beer is all about drinkability and balance. Tart, sweet and juicy in equal measure – for your drinking pleasure!

£9.40 £17.60

Gravity Well Brewing Co. | Cosmic Dust

Session India Pale Ale, 3.8%, Keg

Double dry hopped with Mosaic and backed up by Enigma, this low ABV beer punches well above its weight. Tropical fruit aroma and a surprisingly full body. Super easy drinking.

£6.95 £13.00

UnBarred Brewery | Salted Caramel Chocolate Donut

Stout, 7%, Keg

The indulgent stout that you’ve been waiting for. Caramel, Cocoa Nibs, Vanilla, Sea Salt, layers of chocolate malts and wizardry.

£9.70 £18.20

Lost And Grounded | Keller Pils

Kellerbier, 4.8%, Keg

Sometimes the simple things in life are the best. Take Pilsner Malt from Germany and combine with three traditional hop varieties - Magnum, Perle and Hallertauer Mittelfruh - to produce a clean, unfiltered, Hop Bitter Lager Beer.

£7.10 £13.25

Polly's Brew Co. | Pello

India Pale Ale, 6%, Keg

Vic Secret is a hop varietal that's quickly growing traction as a firm favourite here at Polly's HQ. A much less aggressive (and much easier to get hold of) version of its contemporary, Galaxy, we totally vibe off the super bright passionfruit, pineapple and pine notes that this awesome Australian hop imparts into a beer when we use it. Doubled up in its hopping rate against a stalwart favourite in Simcoe, this beer bursts with rose and apple blossom notes on the aroma before doubling down for a full on tropical explosion on the flavour; with notes of lychee, grapefruit and floral notes brought to the table by Simcoe, backing up the sweeter flavours from its down-under cousin. An IPA that is pure, unadulterated Polly's to a T. 

£9.20 £17.25

Polly's Brew Co | Preliminary Flex

Pale Ale, 5.1%, Keg

Prior to lockdown, we had our eye on April for launching a core range (yep, you heard right, a CORE range) of beers that we'd be able to come back to again and again.

COVID-19 duly put a dampner on those plans, but it didn't dissuade us from smacking a new label on our core pale ale trial. Preliminary Flex is our first dip into a beer simple enough to brew again and again, but complex enough to keep people coming back again and again. Setting ourselves a very high bar against Steady Rolling Man, which we consider the best pale ale in the country; our effort is a simple but effective hop bill of Citra and Simcoe, with just a little bit of Cascade in the whirlpool, clean fermented with US05 yeast. The result? Probably our best and most drinkable pale ale to date.

£8.30 £15.50

Snails Bank Cider Co. | Tumbledown

Medium Cider, 5.2%, Cask

Our original and most popular cider. Dabinett and Michelin apples are blended here to present a very interesting Medium Cider. A strong appley character is pepped up with a touch of sweetness that just demands that you come back for another taste!

£5.40 £10.20

Snails Bank Cider Co. | Black Forest

Fruit Cider, 4%, Cask

Medium cider blended with sour black cherry, sweet vanilla and subtle hints of chocolate.

£6.55 £12.35

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Cask ale undergoes secondary fermentation in the barrel. Fresh live beer is put straight into the barrel where it remains alive and kicking until it lands in your glass. Cask ale is considered to be 'Real Ale'.


Keg beer uses pressured carbon dioxide to dispense the beer. It’s served colder and generally more carbonated than cask ale. Some kegs undergo secondary fermentation in the barrel the same as cask ale. Kegs suit many styles of beer including lagers, pale ales and sour beers.


The prices above include one way takout bottles. We can also fill reusable Growlers from our taps if you bring one in, or you can purchase a Beer Shop Growler in store. The discounts are £0.30 for 1 litre, and £0.50 for 2 litre quantities.