Brewed to the authentic Japanese recipe to deliver its dry, crisp taste and quick clean finish. Its distinctive taste is known as Karakuchi. A taste we are dedicated to mastering, by using only the finest ingredients and continuously advancing our brewing technology.
Classic German Lager beer with a reduced ABV for a cleaner flavour. Distinctive full-bodied taste, fresh hoppy bouquet, golden colour and full rich head.
Adding to its complexity is a slightly fruity but firm crispness and a dry, clean finish.
4.3% ABV. Smooth flavours of papaya, passion fruit and satsuma.
Thirst-quenching with a powerful hop hit. Low Voltage generates a jolt of flavour from ripe, juicy New World hops. We’ve crafted this dynamo of a beer to keep you powering on.
Budvar original 5% - Gently lemony hops and bready malts on the nose, the taste is a perfect marriage of floral bitter Saaz hops and clean, sweet malt, the product of approx. 90 days cellar maturation. A refined, great tasting, classic, Czech Lager.
Budvar original 5% - Gently lemony hops and bready malts on the nose, taste is a perfect marriage of floral bitter Saaz hops and clean, sweet malt, the product of approx. 90 days cellar maturation. A refined, great tasting, classic, Czech Lager.
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 acquire a great depth of flavour.
You won’t believe this is only a 4% beer! The sheer volume of tropical fruit and orange zest flavours from the Citra and Calypso hops could easily make it pass for a 6% IPA. If you think IPAs are a challenging drink, think again. The bitterness is extremely low in this beauty; you’ll wonder how we managed to fit so many hops into it.
Malt – Pale ale, Dextrin, Golden Naked Oats Hops – Citra, Centennial, Taiheke & Calypso Yeast – House Ale yeast
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 decent carbonation. With a creamy body and a moderately dry finish, this beer is still complex enough to be interesting yet is fantastically sessionable.