Brewed especially for the Braybrooke Farm Harvest Festival, this Festbier is based on the classic Märzen served at Oktoberfest for nearly a century, our version is a celebration of malt: juicy, rich, with notes of freshly baked bread and marzipan.
A lightly hopped session IPA with a subtle floral aroma from the Amarillo and Chinook hops. The malt shines through here for a biscuity undertone, and slightly bitter finish. Unfined, unfiltered and vegan friendly.
Our newest pale ale brewed in collaboration with our friends at Siren Craft Brew. Using a brand new hop called Cryopop, which pops with tropical fruit, citrus and stone fruit flavours. We also used Bru-1, Mosaic and Citra for a complex and well rounded hop forward palate. Expect a full body and light finishing bitterness.
Oliver's latest vintage from Herefordshire: bright, burnished cider: on the nose wood, spice, char, vanilla & ripe fruit. Flavour of sweet fruit to start then touch of brett, funk, then oak, char & more over ripe fruit. So full & round.
On the nose tropical fruit aromas, such as papaya, mango and ripe pineapple are complemented by gentle notes of vanilla. A well-rounded wine with good volume, a concentrated palate and a long, clean finish.
Tom Oliver's cider wizardy continues with "Mayflower's Fifth Voyage Into Uncharted Territory;" Ruby red in hue, this is a still, medium dry fine cider, full bodied, fruity appley cider with spicy acidity.
From the Mathilde Chapoutier Selection, the Duche D'Uzes is a blend of Viognier, Grenache Blanc, Marsanne and Roussanne. A refreshing and aromatic white, with notes of apricot, rose petal ,and candied orange leading to fleshy stone fruit and sweet spice on the palate. Partner with antipasti, firm fish, citrus sauces.
The fresh, citrus vibe of Browns Apple tames any overt sense of the barrels and lifts the intense fruit richness of the late season apples. In the end it’s bright, juicy and full of ripe fruit. It’s fully reminiscent of the tastes, smells and feelings of warm orchard days and the long shadows of harvest time.
Chevallier Bernard is based in the commune of Jongieux, a lesser known village in Savoie. Jacquere has been described as Mountain Muscadet, the wine is fresh and vibrant with aromas of crisp green apple and lemon balm. Clean and bright on the palate with fresh citrus and refreshing acidity this would make a wonderful aperitif.
Vinha Grande is the second oldest wine of the Douro Valley (after Barca Velha) and its heritage is noticeable in every sip. Deep ruby in colour. On the nose, this wine showcases intense aromas of blackberry, red cherry and plum alongside floral nuances and savoury notes of balsamic, tobacco box and spice.
Dead Flowers captures the magical alchemy of barrel maturation and wild fermentation. A cider made by nature and not man, one day almost by accident we found it again, lying in three different barrels.
This rosé produced from Zweigelt grapes is quite the charmer. Gentle maceration, pressing and cold fermentation all enhance this pink delight, leaving it as beautiful in the glass as on the palate. Packed with refreshing fruits, this linear rosé presents a delicious yet nuanced accompaniment to any meal.
Chevallier Bernard is based in the commune of Jongieux, a lesser known village in Savoie. The wine is beautifully perfumed, with cherry blossom, strawberry and black cherry aromas. A light, fruit forward gamay, easy drinking with pure, clean berry fruit character.