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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

1 Litre

2 Litres

Tegernseer | 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.

£7.30 £13.70

Newtown Park | No Going Back

India Pale Ale, 6.2%, Keg


From Newtown Park:

Soft but full-bodied IPA, expect peach & ripe mango, with a zesty aroma and balanced bitterness.

£10.45 £19.65

De Struise Clash Of Titans

Barleywine, 12%, Keg


This ale was brewed for the first time in Sierre Swiss in April 2018, and is maturing in wine barrels at a height of 2268 meters. Brewed a second time at Struise in October 2018 and maturing in dito barrels at sea level. This is part of the second batch at Struise.

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Howling Hops | Biffed The Landing

Pale Ale, 5.6%, Keg


From Howling Hops:

So, like, I was carving the oats and wheat half-pipe; goofy stance with Pils base malt; went for the three sixty DDH kickflip; stacked it into a pile of Idaho 7 and Citra. Gnarly.

£8.10 N/A

Howling Hops | Killer What

India Pale Ale, 6.5%, Keg


From Howling Hops:

KILLER WHAT is one thousand hops of electrical power. Single-hopped with Galaxy for supercharged gooseberry, orange and peach flavours, on a highly conductive and lightweight body. ZZZAP.

£9.70 £17.90

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Cask

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

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.

Growlers

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.