This is a full list of beers we have had on tap or will be going on tap, see our On Tap page for list of beers that are currently on tap
"The Blaydon Brick" was the "nick-name" for the popular cloth capped 19th century MP for Newcastle, Joseph Cowen Jnr. A son of Blaydon; he was a friend to Garibaldi, Mazzini, the working man, and anyone whose rights were suppressed! A well rounded and gentle golden session beer, slight sweet spice is balanced by clean pine bitterness
Uses a small percentage of roasted barley for colour, to portray the horizon where heat scorched earth meets sunset skies, and five types of hops, from traditional English, to new and fruity, plus an addition of premium grade vanilla beans; the result is a warm coloured smooth Summer beer with tastes of light roast malt, spice.
New Zealand Hopped amber pale ale; spice on nose, tropical fruit, lemon, lime, and spice in taste. (GBBF exhibited 2015) it is generously hopped mid and late in the boil for taste not bitterness and background hints of lemon meringue come from Celeia Hops (Styrian Golding - Slovenia) mid boil; gentle Tutti Frutti/nectar fruit, and light hop spice
A black and white pint sensation, allows the drinker to celebrate the football heritage and theatre; from Milburn to Shearer and on to present day; of the magnificent Newcastle United Strikers shirt and number. Background pilsner maltiness and a hint of coffee are balanced by restrained resinous hopping and a smooth feel.
Muckle Moss Stout
Muckle Moss, a National Nature Reserve, is situated in the undulating crested landscape of Hadrian’s Wall Country and is a place of Curlew and Snipe, Bog Rosemary and Cotton Grass. Muckle Moss Stout mirrors the character of the Moss. Rich, dark, aromatic with a good strong head the colour of Cotton Grass.
English pale ale is brewed with locally grown Golden Promise barley, and Pioneer, Bramling Cross and Challenger hops. With notes of peach and stone fruits, a biscuity middle and a satisfyingly bitter finish The Pale Ale is a balanced, easy drinking beer that celebrates the classic English tradition of cask conditioned beer
Oats and a multitude of malts give the sweet stout its sumptuous base. Expect bitter, yet silky chocolateyness from the cocoa nibs and chocolate malts, giving way to the smoky sweetness from aging in former bourbon whiskey oak barrels. The Raven is a moreish combination and certainly not a case of "nevermore".