This table beer from Burning Sky brings everything you could want for a sessionable brew; it's a moderate strength beer with big, but balanced, flavour and body from the blend of malted barley, wheat, and oats.
Both vegan and certified gluten free, by the crossed grain symbol from Coeliac UK, Bellfield's craft lager brings together old and new world hops for a combination of floral and light fruity notes to the aroma.
Inspired by the pioneers of American brewing, Wasted Degrees have created this pale ale in East Coast style; a hazy, hop-forward profile, bringing tropical and stone fruits to a smooth body from the use of flaked oats in the mashbill.
Swannay Brewery's slightly lighter take on this classic high-strength style uses sweet British Maris Otter and Wheat malts, balanced against citrusy, chewy, bittering Cascade, Citra, Nelson Sauvin, and Simcoe hops.
Kowabunga is definitely one of the best beer names around. This 'pale ale in a half shell' from Cromarty is hopped quite late in the kettle with five different hops including Citra and Simcoe, creating a vibrant, juicy pale ale which can sit perfectly beside your favourite pizza...
Created as a collaboration for the Women in Beer festival in 2019, this is an interesting baltic porter that combines the classic chocolate and coffee notes with a citrussy element from the hop profile.
Cross Borders' award-winning flagship brew; Wee Braw (meaning excellent or pleasing in Scots slang) is the little brother of their Braw Pale, lower on ABV but just as punchy with the tropical fruits and floral notes.