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Downtown Julie Brown

A classic English brown with a malt forward nose that hints at hazelnut and chocolate with just enough hops to keep it together, beautiful with anything you bring to grill on the BBQ.

Window Licker Barley Wine

Barley Wine is a strong ale originating in the later 18th century in response to aristocrats’ desire for strong beverage after conflict between the French and English halted the import of wines. Barley Wines were often produced on estate breweries by the rich for special occasions such as the birth of a first born son…

Divine Right Imperial Stout

So named after the Russian Imperial Court’s firm believe that they ruled by "divine right," this Russian Imperial Stout is based off of Thale’s first recipe to be send to Catherine the Great. With earthy chocolate, dark sweet fruit, damp earth and whisky notes, this 9.2% abv oily elixir finishes with considerable bitterness and roast…

Old Burton Extra

Old Ale often refers to either a sweeter version of a Barley-Wine Style Ale or an aged version of what a brewery might call English Strong or Stock Ale. Burton Ale was Burton-upon-Trent’s signature beer before Pale ale and IPA. Originally, in the early 1800s, it was dark, made with brown malt–as pale malt was…

Cook Lane Strong Pale

Straightforward bitter, this guy has a strong hop bite and evident toasty graininess, with stone fruit esters shining through. Drink one and you will have a hard time not drinking three.

Boys Bitter

Toasty malt aromas meet an earthier, spicier hop aroma with a forward caramel, fruity sweetness. Flavors follow suit, intermingling spiced apples and touches of toffee, brown sugar and bread crust. Lightly acidic, earthy bitterness stays throughout but is accompanied on the tongue by a sweetness that balances until the spicy hop bite finish. Bold enough…

Barge’s Mild

This big flavor session beer combines dates, plums, and other dark fruits, with toffee, caramel, and toast maltiness. Wood and damp earth tones from the British Ale yeast and UK hops play supporting roles. Overall, reminiscent of toasted whole wheat with dark fruit marmalade. Clean sweet mouth feel ending moderately but firmly bitter and lightly…

Chin Wag ESB

Caution, one too many may cause you to talk Shite. It combines a chewy malt forward mouth feel balanced by a moderate hopping rate delivered by challenger golding and fuggles hops. Dangerously Quaffable at 38 IBU, Beer to savor over a good conversation.

Gilpin Black Gold

Dark and beautiful, this London Porter gathers together all of beer’s darker glories. Roast, dark cocoa powder, coffee, peppery/spicy, wood, mushrooms, and dark fruits (plum, fig, raisin), all of which are balanced by a light residual sweetness from crystal malts. The beer finishes moderately dry with medium to medium-high roast, noticeable acidity, and a creamy…

Lake Lightning

The most straightforward of the bunch, this English Pale isn’t your typical American “hop-shocker.” This light golden brew smells of biscuity dry malts and herbal, spicy hops. The flavor is the cleanest of Hogshead’s offerings, showing less yeast character in fruitiness as well as earthiness. But watch out, because on cask, with various dry-hops, this…