A nice range of beers from Brewmaker.
Very popular and a comprehensive range!
You don't get a better drop of home brew than the Victorian Bitter!
NIce big flavour and a good head, not as dark as the Victorian bitter but still with a nice flavour
A bit like those 70's export beers , try it with a pair of flared trousers and a moustache. (Ladies excepted)
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The most popular beer in the stable, dark fruity luscious bitter. Old fashioned and tasty.
Yum! Real Streets of London beer!
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A good steady pub lager, blond and refreshing.
A good pale colour, in fact a whiter shade of pale.
A nice pale bitter, we all seem to drinking the pale beers these days, very nice they are too.
A bit darker than a blonde beer, a sort of light amber, but well hopped and nicely rounded.
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Och man, I'll have a drop of heavy, Scottish bitter beer!
It's a bitter of course! Well hopped and with those toffee and caramel flavours you get in the Scottish beers.
Try it when you're Roaming in the Gloaming
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As a boy I drank Chesters dark mild in Stockport. I remember it with fondness, beers nowadays just don't seem the same. This one is getting there though.
For mild lovers!
Try it when you're home on the range.
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Similar to a beer you can buy in Newcastle that also happens to be brown.
Nicely bittered, with a good creamy head
Try it with a fishy in a little dishy.
They can't call anything Guinness but Guinness...
A dark Irish style porter. Full bodied and with that special flavour that only the porters have.
It's best when you're out with a Wild Rover
Coppery coloured ale, you are what you drink they say.. I'm a bitter man...
I like this one!
Eeee, Lovely on Ilkley Moor Baht 'at
Brewmaker Pilsner Lager. A bit darker and more bitter than the normal lager.
A lovely pilsner for you lovers of the blonde brews!
Wonderful with Copenhagen!
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