A mixed case of two each of these cracking re-created ales:
Bombay 106 (7%) Very pale Maris Otter Malt and traditional English Goldings hops replicate the original pale bitter.
Evensong (5%) Earthy Fuggles and Goldings hops combine in a smooth English character with hints of kiwifruit and toffee.
St Cuthbert (6.5%) A modern strong and aromatic India Pale Ale with pronounced citrus and orange notes.
Cloister (4.5%) A thirst quenching pale golden, premium bitter with mild pepper and citrus orange notes throughout.
Bede's Chalice (9.0%) celebrates the Venerable Bede.
The origin of the term "Tripel" is unknown but would appear to denote alcoholic strength. First used in the 1930s in association with the Trappist brewery Westmalle, it now refers to a strong pale ale.
Temptation (10%) a Russian Stout a style that was exported to Imperial Russia in the 18th and 19th centuries. The roots of Russian Stout lie in the porters and stouts brewed in London prior to the advent of Burton pale ale. Thrale’s brewery is probably the most famous producer which, from around 1780, shipped the beer to the Baltic states and Imperial Russia. Trade continued by successive breweries for some 130 years until the Tsarist government imposed increased import duties in 1912.