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Draught Beer

We are cleaning our pipes on a weekly basis to ensure a great tasting Draught beer as well as looking out for the latest great tasting beer. Take a look below to see what we currently have on tap. Taps may change from time to time*

1.75 | 3.5

Seven Oaks Lager

With the success of the Seven Oaks Ale, we have decided to bring our very own Seven Oaks Lager onto the scene. It is not only Light and Refreshing but also an affordable option on draft. Our suppliers brew this beer, especially for the pub.


San Miguel

2 | 4

San Miguel is a pilsen-style lager, golden yellow in colour with reflections of old gold. On the nose it offers hints of smoke against a background of grains. On the palate it is balanced, toasted, of medium bitterness with a prevailing subtle toasting of the barley.


2.3 | 4.6


Madrí Excepcional is a unique collaboration between the brewers of La Sagra and Molson Coors, with all the taste characteristics of a modern European lager. Full of flavour and aroma at 4.6% ABV with a light golden colour, Madrí Excepcional is crisp, clean and refreshing with a short, bitter finish.


Aspall Cyder

1.85 | 3.65

In 1728, Aspall was founded by Clement Chevallier in the parish of Aspall, Suffolk. While all around him were growing cereals, he chose to plant apple trees. Almost 300 years on, we're still going against the grain, making remarkable cyder & cyder vinegars at the original Aspall Cyder House.


1.95 | 3.9

Carling is brewed to have the perfect balance of sweetness and bitterness, giving it that brilliantly refreshing taste from the first sip to the last. And of course, from grain to glass, we're making it where we're from.

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Neck Oil

2.95 | 5.85

Light, crisp and refreshing with punchy notes of citrus peel and light pine, Neck Oil is nicely balanced with slightly sweet biscuity malt throughout, finishing with a medium grapefruit bitterness. 


2.35 | 4.65

Guinness is an Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin, Ireland, in 1759. It is one of the most successful alcohol brands worldwide

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