Made with Bavarian lager yeast, perle and hallertau tradition hops and a house pilsner malt from bamberg. (Camden are one of the only two breweries outside Germany to use it) Hells lager spends 4 weeks in the tank. This is the proper length of time for lagering, the right amount of time for our hells to aquire great depth of flavour.
This English bitter by way of Chicago is Goose Island's tip-of-the-hat to this classic beer style. A crystal clear amber with some effervescent bubbles, the Honker's ale's first impression is that of mild English hops aromas, sweet malts and an earthy yeastiness. Perfectly balanced, the floral and spicy hop notes wrap a big bow around the sweet caramel and biscuity malts. Lingering earthy hops are complemented by a decent carbonation. With a creamy body and a moderately dry finish, this beer is still complex enough to be interesting yet is fantastically sessionable.
Can you imagine lazing on a summer’s afternoon without your pimm’s in hand? we think not so let’s raise a toast to pimm’s no 1 the classic english summer drink. traditionally served 3:1 with freshly made lemonade, cucumber, mint and strawberries, pimm’s has a rich and fruity taste which simply screams summer. english through and through pimm’s no 1 was invented in the city of london and spicy undertones lift the naturally fruitiness even further.
Powerful and full-bodied red with aromas of cassis, blackberry, cedar, spice and coffee. On the palate flavours of blackberry, chocolate and spice dominate with notes of vanilla and smoke. A long finish both layered and complex.
Made in conjunction with Sheppy's cider, a family-run farm in Somerset with a long-standing reputation for high quality cider. Using only the finest west country cider apples, our cider is fermented and matured in traditioanl Oak vats for an excetionally clean, natural, refreshing apple flavour.