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Ayinger Lager Helles Lager

£3.00
Ayinger Lager Hell is the typical every day drink in Bavaria. Together with wheat beer this Muenchener Hell style is the most famous beer style in the Bavarian south. As people in Bavaria are very demanding as far as their daily drink is concerned the brewers are very aware of the necessity to brew a yellow-golden beer with a light malt taste. It is crisp, smooth and mellow. A perfectly balanced taste and aroma. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 4.9% Bottle – 33cl

Flensburger Gold, Dortmunder

£2.50
A pale golden beer brewed like a pils with a good head, a full, soft and fresh taste and a pleasantly light yeasty bouquet. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 4.8% Bottle – 33cl

Fruh Kolsch

£1.50
Radler means cyclist in German and is a refreshing mix of beer and lemonade. Fruh Radler is the orignal in Cologne with a light citrus and mildly sweet flavour. For sunny minds and for connoisserus, this beer is designed for the cyclists of Cologne and for those who want to experience their favourite beer a little differently. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 4.8% Bottle – 50cl

Fruh Kolsch Radler

£1.50
Radler means cyclist in German and is a refreshing mix of beer and lemonade. Fruh Radler is the orignal in Cologne with a light citrus and mildly sweet flavour. For sunny minds and for connoisserus, this beer is designed for the cyclists of Cologne and for those who want to experience their favourite beer a little differently. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 2.5% Bottle – 50cl

Hofbrau Dunkel Lager

£3.50
Dark beer existed in Bavaria long before light beer and was the first type of beer to be brewed at Hofbrauhaus. Hofbrau Dunkel - the archetypal Bavarian beer - is still as popular as ever. With its spicy taste, it's a refreshing beer that suits all kinds of occasion. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 5.5% Bottle – 50cl

Hofbrau Original Helles Lager

£3.50
More than any other, Hofbrau Original embodies the special atmosphere of the beer-making capital of Munich. Exported to the four corners of the globe, its refreshing, bitter flavour has become famous worldwide. A Munich beer with character. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 5.1% Bottle – 50cl

Schlenkerla Rauchbier Marzen

£3.50
This classic Bamberg beer has a distinct aroma through its palate to a clean, dry finish and a wonderful flavour which may come as a bit of a shock at first! The smoked flavour comes from a beechwood log fire used to dry the germinated malt during Kilning process. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 5.1% Bottle – 50cl

Schneider Aventinus – Tap 6 Weizenbock

£3.99
Dark-ruby, almost black-colored, Aventinus has a compact and persistent head. Very intense with a complex spicy chocolate-like aroma, on the palate you experience a complex soft touch, fresh with a hint of caramel. It finishes in a rich soft and lightly bitter impression. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 8.2% Bottle – 50cl

Schneider Original – Tap 7 Hefeweizen

£3.50
A rich and full bodied wheat beer, with an amber-mahogany coloring and streaked with fine top-fermenting yeast, this beer has a fine, persistent head that adheres well to the glass. A uniquely satisfying experience, very full flavoured and spicy. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 5.4% Bottle – 50cl

Schofferhofer Grapefruit-Hefeweizen Radler

£1.50
The world's first grapefruit wheat beer, a true 50/50 blend of Schofferhofer Hefeweizen with grapefruit juice. Zesty, tangy and incredibly refreshing on it's own, Schofferhofer Grapefruit is also quickly becoming one of the bartenders and mixologists best kept secret. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 2.5% Bottle – 50cl