Prescott Brewery – Hill Climb (3.8% abv)
Thirst quenching golden pale ale
Uley Brewery – Uley Bitter (4% abv)
A copper coloured beer with hops and fruit in the aroma, and a malty, fruity taste underscored by a hoppy bitterness with a hint of fruit in the taste. The finish is dry, with a balance of hops and malt.
Stroud Brewery’s ‘Budding’ (4.5% abv)
A pale ale with a grassy, bitterness, sweet, malty and luscious floral aroma.
Otter (3.6% abv)
A copper bronze colour and a malty,fruity and spicy taste with a sweet bitter balance and a dry finish.
Severn Vale brewery’s ‘Severn Nation’ (4.4% abv)
A rich malty brew, ruby red in colour with well balanced hop flavours coming through at the finish.
Westons – 1st quality draft (5% abv)
A clear bright still cider with a smooth, well-balanced fruity flavour and clean apple finish.
Westons – Country Perry (4.5%)
Made from perry pears and fully matured in old oak vats to develop its strength and traditional character. Free from all artificial colouring, flavouring and sweetening it retains its natural pale colour.
Westons – Stowford press (4.5% abv)
A truly medium dry cider taste. Light, refreshing and fruity
Cotswold Brewing Co. – Cotswold Premium (5%)
Wine from Talking Wines (Cirencester) http://www.talkingwines.co.uk/.
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PORTS & SHERRYS
Ports & Sherry’s from Edward Sheldons (Shipston On Stour)
Edward Sheldon have been trading continuously in Shipston on Stour since 1842 and has a colourful history. Richard Badger, who started the business, became a vintner after first selling medicated wine at his pharmacy and in the late 1850s he passed the reins to his nephew, Edward Sheldon. During the latter part of the 19th century the business flourished, supplying wines throughout the United Kingdom and to many parts of the Empire. Vintage Port, Sherry and Madeira were shipped for Warwickshire’s affluent country houses, officer’s messes here and abroad, and universities.