- Core Beers -
The Winner of Farnham BeerEx 2017
Spicy orange toffee and caramel sweetness with a citrus finish. This classic Crystal malt bitter is packed full of complex flavours. Hazelnut colour for this crowd pleaser!
Brewed since the summer of 2019, this 5 hopped bitter has aromas of
Stone fruit, lime and is deliciously bitter sweet. Packing a citrusy aroma the beer is light gold in colour
Marmalade and orange fruit bitterness with a nectar sweet finish.
A European wheat beer normally contains at least 50% wheat, but what if you combine half that amount of wheat with Marris Otter Malted Barley? Adding honey and coriander seeds to flavour... well, the result is a truly fantastic English Wit beer that is pale blonde in colour.
Brewed exclusively for Red Mist Leisure, this house ale combines classic English hops of Cascade, First Gold, Pilgrim, Bramling Cross to produce a defined malty and hoppy flavour, whilst still being considered a session bitter. Cedar, spice, Blackcurrant and Floral aromas and flavours combine brilliantly to underpin this spectacular ale. Biscuit in colour and our best selling bitter to date.
20p per pint is donated to local causes, relevant to each pub.
- Seasonal Beers -
Our first entry to the 'chalkboard pump clip' range. This classic IPA is enhanced by a burst of natural grapefruit, resulting in a fruity, refreshing, and bitter taste.
12 days of christmas
Our Christmas ale
Exponentially popular in 2017, to the point that we needed to brew this beer 3 times! With ginger, orange, and cinnamon added to a balanced and hoppy ale, this beer makes you keep coming back for more.
The pump clips for our seasonal range were designed by Josh Walker, a chef at The Castle Inn, Farnham.
This smooth milk stout has a contrast between hops and coffee, producing an unforgettable taste.
Black Knight is developed using a small brew length. Thanks to this we are able to experiment with different beer styles, that can be enjoyed as soon as they have matured.
Black Knight included Hampshire roasted coffee beans, from Mozzo.