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.

On tap now: St. Albans

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2 Litres

Amundsen/ Wylam | Incendiary Confusion

India Pale Ale, 7.5%, Keg

A collaboration with North UK's and Norway's finest juice facilitators. This hazy New England IPA is dank and juicy with a pleasant rounded mouthfeel.

£11.35 N/A

Pressure Drop Brewing | PAM

Sour, 3.8%, Keg

Pam is the spring edition of our seasonal sours range. This light and zesty brew is kettle soured before the addition of rhubarb, redcurrant and lemon verbena. The result is a super refreshing, sunny, fruity delight.

£8.40 £15.75

Pressure Drop Brewing | Podium

Belgian Pale Ale, 5.2%, Keg

An amped-up take on Pfaff, a Pressure Drop All-Star and staff favourite. Pushing the Huell Melon & Mandarina Bavaria hops for dry fruit aromas to accompany the  crisp finish and light floral esters provided by the belgian yeast.


£8.05 £15.05

Tegernsee | Hell

Lager, 4.8%, Keg

The typical Bavarian light beer. Brew according to the Bavarian purity. Crystal-clear mountain spring water, selected raw materials, a thousand-year-old bridal tradition, dating back to the Benedictine monastery Tegernsee, founded in 746, guarantee a wholesome beer.

£7.10 £13.25

The Kernel Brewery | Export India Porter

Porter, 6%, Keg

Hops: Perle, Columbus, Centennial

A roasty, toasty export strength porter with upfront hops.

£7.60 £14.30

The Kernel Brewery | Foeder Beer Centennial Hallertau Tradition

Pale Ale, 5%, Keg

This is a mixed culture fermentation with a house mixed culture and a belgian pale ale strain. Lots of bittering hops to suppress the lacto and pedio to prevent it getting too tart. Dry, bitter, belgian esters, fruity hops. Fermented in a foudre, hence the name. The foudre and the mixed culture will both have a lot of brett in them, so interesting to see how this develops. But it might be best to drink fresh. Foudre also seems to really help the texture of the beer.

£7.30 £13.70

Track Brewing Co./ Stigbergets | The Path To Many Mountains

India Pale Ale, 6%, Keg

With an unxuous body, packed with creamy oats & an outrageous dry hop addition this one will make you sit back and think about all the nice things in the world like oats & hops & kittens. Citra, Citra Cryo, Amarillo and Bru-1 make up the hop arsenal which are seriously poppin’ with pink grapefruit, mango & pineapple vibes.

£9.65 £18.10

Arbor Ales | C Bomb

Pale Ale, 4.7%, Cask

A hoppy, golden, pale ale, showcasing the very best American hop: Citra! Bold citrus flavours mingle with more subtle tropical fruits, such as lychee, passion fruit and melon.

£5.85 £11.00

Tring Brewery | Fanny Ebbs

Blonde Ale, 3.9%, Cask

We’re not sure if Fanny Ebbs was a blonde but we know this beer is. It’s also amazingly crisp with very low bitterness and late citrus hop aroma from a combination of Saaz and Cascade varieties.

£4.70 £8.60

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More beer coming soon!




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.