jubilee Bank Holiday Beer Festival 2022

thursday 2nd june–sunday 5th june

opening hours for the festival are:

12pm – 12am Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and 12pm – 11.30pm Sunday

20 thoughtfully curated real ales served in our glorious beer garden.I will update the beer list and music at the end of this week when all is confirmed

LIVE MUSIC  |  DJs  |  REAL ALE  |  CIDER | BBQ

Flailing angels thursday 2nd june 5-8pm

orbi player - little big band Friday 3rd June 3-6pm

A classic Big Band with its roots in the music of bands like those of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton and Maynard Ferguson.

DJ Curly Mohawk, DJ Beer and Chips, DJ Fuzzy Felt and DJ MacAttack, all playing music to lift our spirits!

– On the racks –

360 : session ipa (4.3%)

A simple malt bill creates the platform for an abundance of juicy Mosaic hops to shine in this dangerously sessionable pale ale.

Dry-hopped with Amarillo and Chinook for hints of grapefruit and tangerine.

Kent Brewery Mayflower

arbor: massive azacc: Urban Dusk (5.4%)

Delicious New England Pale Ale brewed with Azacca, Citra and El Dorado hops.

Signature Roadie

atom brewing: life on Mars: (4.5%)

A malt forward Red IPA with layers of biscuit, caramel and toffee. Gently complimented with Simcoe and Centennial hops for a resinous, sweet finish.

Salopian Paper Planes

Brick Brewery: Mild (3.7%)

Dark ruby mild, sweet and malt with caramel and toffee notes and a berry fruit finish. Full flavoured for the strength.

burning sky: aurora (5.6%)

Our premium strength pale ale ‘Aurora’ has a satisfying blend of malts to provide a juicy backbone and a pale amber colour.

An expansive blend of US hops give a resinous mouthfeel – big citrus & tropical fruit flavours, which are prominent, yet well balanced.

Kent Brewery Black Honey

Musket: Gracious (5.2%)

GRACIOUS is the special beer brewed to celebrate Her
Majesty’s historical 70 year reign. Gracious traditional IPA
is brewed exclusively with English Malts and Kentish
Bramling Cross Hops. Pale in colour, it’s dry finish with a
lingering bitterness is the ideal beer to raise a glass to our
most Gracious Queen!!

Oakham Dragon

Kent: Platinum (5.2%)

Jubilee special blonde ale.

A light and fruit pale beer that celebrates the jubilee with the best new UK hops. 

Fixed Wheel: Lizzie Blonde (4.1%)

A light refreshing blonde ale combining cascade and centennial hops, flavours of citrus, lemon and lychee sit on top of a sweet malt base.

360 Double Act

gloucester: gloucester gold (3.9%)

A signature, multi-award winning golden ale, crisp, fruity and pleasantly bitter with a beautiful aroma of luscious tropical fruit.

neptune: forecast challenger (3.9%)

It’s so hard to find an exciting new bitter these days. Our BoHo Bitter is a classic English style, heavily dry-hopped with Belma and Wolf for a modern twist. 

Anspach & Hobday Golden Bitter

Oakham: white dwarf (4.3%)

A perennial customer favourite, back by popular demand for May 2022.

UK grown Pioneer, Goldings and Challenger are joined by Cascade from the USA in this light gold, predominately English-hopped bitter.

Fruit flavours shine through to a zesty, thirst quenching finish.

Gadd's West Coast IPA

saltaire: ddh citra (4.2%)

We’ve taken one of our most popular beers which showcases one of the most aromatic and flavoursome hops and juiced it up with an extra hit of Citra hops.

Double Dry Hopping adds more flavour and aroma to what was already a punchy, citrusy beer.

360 Double Act

JW Lees & co: Dragon's Fire (4%)

We take inspiration from all manner of things, some more local than others. Dragon’s Fire is our all-malt ode to one of our favourite places to visit when we’re not brewing – the beautiful country of Wales, a home to our family of pubs. Its name stems from its flaming amber colour and warming citrus aftertaste. Lechyd da.

Buxton: Best Bitter (4.2%)

Amber coloured English bitter with malty body and a fruity moderately hoppy taste.

Anspach & Hobday Golden Bitter

quantock: plastered pheasant (4.8%)

A rich dark amber bitter with a fruity aroma and smooth toffee and coffee flavours.

Gadd's West Coast IPA

skinners: royal wave (4.4%)

Royal Wave is a hoppy and fruity golden ale, specially brewed to celebrate the Queen’s reign. The beer is a really lovely summer ale that is perfect to toast the Sovereign with 

360 Double Act

beerblefish: hoppy pale no.14 (4.5%)

This series of pale ales, all around the 4.5% ABV mark, gives us the opportunity to

showcase new and different hops while maintaining a consistent pale malt base, allow-
ing the different flavours and aromas to shine through. Hoppy Pale No.14 features

Galaxy (passionfruit notes), Olicana (mango/grapefruit notes) and Opus (orange/floral
notes).

oakham: kaizen (5%)

Named after the Japanese term meaning “change for the better” or “continuous improvement.”

Kaizen is a brand new Oakham IPA featuring 4 great New World hop varieties (Cascade and Citra (both USA), Vic. Secret (Australia) and Nelson Sauvin (New Zealand), on a complex base of 5 different malts (Maris Otter, Wheat Malt, Caramalt, Aromatic Malt and Flaked Oats) 

Anspach & Hobday Golden Bitter

moor: distortion(4.7%)

A juicy, Mosaic-led melody. Too clean is sterile, too precise is boring. Edges keep things interesting. Distortion fills the void and alters the tone, offering a blend of berry and tropical fruit flavours.

Naturally carbonated with live yeast.
Unfiltered, unpasteurised, unfined.
Vegan friendly.

Gadd's West Coast IPA

bristol beer factory:VIENNA IN MOTION VIENNA PALE | AUSTRIA ROAM SERIES #3of6 (4.4%)

A ride into the Euro beer lands. Stop 3, Austria and the smooth base of Vienna. From time
to time a style comes along that fits right into the cask model but is rarely done. Welcome to Vienna IPA in cask, 75% Vienna malt provides the buttery biscuit base with Hallertau Mittle-
fruh and Huell Melon’s spice and floral goodness. Crisp and smooth for the cask win.

– CIDERS –

360 Double Act

kentish pip: vintage (still)(6%)

Using the sweet rich dessert apples and a higher percentage of cider apples this, more punchy cider is aged for a year to mellow, giving a rich medium sweet cider with lots of complexity and a long smooth finish.

kentish pip: forager (sparkling) (4%)

A taste sensation packed full of juicy, hedgerow berries, and bursting with the flavour of the countryside

Anspach & Hobday Golden Bitter

kentish pip: high diver (sparkling) (4%)

A mighty blend of Cox and Bramley apples get together to form a luxurious medium-dry , lightly sparkling cider. Fresh acidity and aromatic fruity character transports you to the Kentish farm where the apples were picked by hand. 

merry moon: lunatickle (6.6%)

Medium cider, Haze, gold/green colour.  Good green apple with some yeast.  Very good in mouth, a little sweetness, but smooth as hell.

360 Double Act

merry moon:cherry moon (6%)

Anspach & Hobday Golden Bitter

merry Moon: lemon Moon (6%)

– Waiting in the wings –

Surrey Hills Brewery Shere Drop

wild card: best bitter (4.2%)

Wild Card’s best bitter, made with pale, wheat, chewy crystal and a smidgen of chocolate malt. Heavily hopped on the hot side with magnum and centennial for a beer that is refreshingly bitter, smooth and easy drinking.

Goachers Special House Ale

the joy of sesh: (4.2%)

A low ABV makes this hop laden brew an easily sessionable quaffer. Our everyday, all day go to IPA – its a true joy! (VF)

Five Points XPA

oakham: inferno (4%)

A blonde beer with a big personality, bursting with fruity hop flavours, citrus notes and a refreshing finish.

First brewed as a seasonal special in 2004, this marvellously refreshing beer joined the Oakham core range in 2008.

Salopian Lemon Dream

Wylam : Gold Tankard (4%)

Brewed with all gold ingredients – Golden Promise Pale Malt, Golden naked oats, First Gold Hops, with a Willamette hop finish. Fresh, clean flavour with a hint of grapefruit citrus from the Willamette.

Vegan friendly.

Oakham Citra

Gloucester Brewery: Session IPA (4.5%)

National award-winning IPA. A huge aroma of juicy tropical fruits burst out of this easy drinking and ultrapale, well rounded session IPA