Cask & Bottle Conditioned; Occasional.
Originally brewed on October 25th to commemorate the Charge of the Light Brigade. Now brewed in January and matured for 11 months to be sold over Christmas and New Year. The prolonged storage provides an extremely drinkable ale for its strength. A strong, dark aromatic and estery barley wine.
Also available bottled. Previously known as Festival Landmark.
The landmark's cousin, same recipe just slightly lower ABV so that you can enjoy more of it! The cask beer is now dry hopped to give extra aroma and flavour of Goldings Hops.
A classic dark Oatmeal stout, brewed with a combination of Roasted Barley, Chocolate Malt and Crystal Wheat Malt to give a deep black colour and Oat Malt to give a smooth rounded malt flavour. This lovely malt flavour is balanced with a strong bitterness from Fuggles and Sovereign Hops, definitely a beer for the aficionados! Admiral Stout is available from late February throughout March.
The name squeal pig comes from an old Herefordshire term used in taverns, they requested a pint of squeal pig.
The legend is that "squeal pig" was the sound made after drinking it. Fear not, this is not a three man drink, just a name to remember the good old years of old.
500ml, 1litre, 2litre, Gallon, bag-in-box and Keg
A still, medium cider. Slightly cloudy and full flavoured. A traditional cider, full apple flavours, with a pleasant bite and finish. Fermented from straight apple juice with wild yeasts, this is a proper cider.
A medium sweet still cider. Available in 500ml bottles and on draught.
Golden Valley Cider takes its name from the small corner of Herefordshire where cider has been made in the traditional way for centuries.
Local apples are pressed, and the juice transferred into oak barrels where it is left to mature naturally in the time honoured way.
The Romantic Age of Steam and olde-worlde agriculture may be long gone, but here at least the Golden Taste of Real Cider lives on.