Craft Lager and other Keg Beers 

We take equal care to ensure our lagers and other keg beers are also brewed locally using only the finest ingredients.

Try our House Lager, Bruha, a Helles form Eye in Suffolk. This Bavarian Pilsner style, crisp tasting lager is brewed using the very best East Anglian malted barley, combined with Amarillo and Cascade hops. A great premium flavour for every day drinking. 

Other lagers are on rotation and may include Cuttin' Grass from Duration at West Acre. Norfolk. It's a zippy Italian style Pilsner, which is crisp, dry and lean-bodied with bright lemon-tangerine notes on the nose, finishing with a delicate but firm hop [Saphir and Mittelfruh] bitterness  on the tongue.

Alternatively, Galaxy Dream from Tindalls just up the road is also a firm favourite on the keg lines. This English style ‘craft lager’ is really an out of this world, extra-pale ale, dry hopped with mosaic, packed full of fruity and citrusy aromas complementing the subtle sweetness of the malt, leaving you dreaming for more. 

For those preferring the dark stuff, we have Albion brewed by Woodforde's in Norwich. A distinctive, smooth and creamy, balanced stout; it is named after the traditional Norfolk Albion boat known as the ‘black sailed trader’. Laced with chocolate and rich fruit flavours, enjoy the Albion’s enticing aromas and indulgent flavours.

Keg lines, always subject to change!


Best kept secret: 

Whilst the various hop varieties, which flavour our beers, come from all over the world, we try to select beer only from local brewers who ensure that all their grain is grown here in East Anglia. It’s the grain, predominately, malted barley, wheat or rye, that gives ales their body. Known in the trade as the ‘Malt Coast’, this region is one of the foremost growing areas for such cereals. 










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