- Core Beers -
Spicy orange and toffee sweetness with a traditional bitter finish.
The winner of Farnham BeerEx 2017, our classic caramel bitter is packed with complex flavour.
Bitter - 3.5
Sweet - 3.5
Colour - Caramel
Smell - Fruity hops and roasted malts
Marmalade and orange fruit bitterness with a nectar sweet finish.
A European wheat beer will normally contain at least 50% wheat. 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 our English wit beer, our Tilford Wit.
Bitter - 3
Sweet - 4
Colour - Blonde
Smell - Spicy citrus hop and honey aroma
- Seasonal Beers -
Our first entry to the 'chalkboard pump clip' range. With our small brew length we are able to experiment with different beer styles, that can be enjoyed over the bar, as soon as they have matured. Other seasonal brews have included 'Black Knight' coffee milk stout and 'Farnham Prima Donna' with locally grown hops. Both these beers were local collaborations. Black Knight included Hampshire roasted coffee beans, from Mozzo. Farnham hops were used, that had been grown in gardens throughout Farnham, for 'Prima Donna'.
12 days of christmas
Our Christmas ale. So popular in 2017 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 clip was designed by a chef at The Wheatsheaf, Farnham.
Brewed exclusively for Red Mist Leisure, this house ale combines a defined malty and hoppy flavour while still being considered a session bitter. We trialled several recipes and took on board the feedback of each pub while designing this beer, the result is our best selling bitter to date. With 20p per pint donated to local causes, relevant to each pub, we aim to raise over £7,000 in co-ordination with RML for 2018.
Brewed in the summer of 2019 this 5 hopped bitter has proven to be exceptionally popular and due to its IPA style bite, balanced against a smooth, golden malty taste.