The Beers

Between our classic core range, palate pleasing experimental beers
and bespoke collaborations, we’ve crafted something for everyone…

 

The Beers

Thirsty? Between our classic core range, palate pleasing experimental beers and bespoke collaborations, we’ve crafted something for everyone…

 

The Classics

For connoisseurs of craft, our quintessential core range, steeped in tradition,
includes some the scene’s most innovative beers.

 

The Classics

For connoisseurs of craft, our quintessential core range, steeped in tradition, includes some the scene’s most innovative beers.

 
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The Porter

The Porter is our flagship beer. The style established Victorian London as the centre of the brewing world. The Porter is also the beer that started us on our journey. Our blend of highly kilned and roasted malts is suited perfectly to our water, producing balanced flavours of rich coffee and dark chocolate. This award-winning Porter represents the true beer style of London. It is one that we are incredibly proud of.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Chocolate, Amber, Black

Hops: Cascade, East Kent Goldings

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 6.7%

EBC: 84

IBU: 21

SKU: Keg, Bottle & Cask

Vegan-friendly.
 

 
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The Pale Ale

Pale Ales are the mainstay of today’s craft brewing scene, but they date back to the 1700s, when innovation led to the production of new and paler malts. Our interpretation brings the style bang up to date, pairing a crisp malt base with fresh American hops. Light, bright & fruity, The Pale Ale is our ultimate drinking beer.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, CaraPils, Wheat, Flaked Barley

Hops: El Dorado

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 4.4%

EBC: 5

IBU: 25

SKU: Keg, Bottle & Cask

Vegan-friendly.

 
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The Cream Ale

An American style, from the pre-prohibition era, remastered for London today. The Cream Ale, brewed exclusively with Loral hops, delivers floral, herbal and bright citrus aromas. It gets its name and its smooth character from the use of flaked corn and oats. All of this combines to create an easy-drinking, refreshing beer.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Corn, Flaked Barley, CaraPils

Hops: Sorachi Ace

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 5.2%

EBC: 8

IBU: 25

SKU: Keg, Bottle & Cask

Vegan-friendly.

 
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The Sour Dry Hop

The Sour Dry Hop is the perfect balance of Old and New World brewing. Inspired by the traditional Berliner Weisse, a sour beer once brewed in Berlin and known as the 'Champagne of the North'. Ours is soured by Lactobacillus and dry-hopped with Citra. An unusual style that delivers a tart, citrusy fruitiness.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Chocolate, Amber, Black

Hops: Citra

Yeast: US-05, Lactobacillus (bacteria)

ABV: 4.9%

EBC: 10

IBU: 25

SKU: Keg & Bottle

Vegan-friendly.

 
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The IPA

India Pale Ales were born in 18th century Britain. The style has since been on a journey of development and diversification. Our IPA is inspired by those from the West Coast of America. Brewed in London with British malt and American hops (Summit, Ekuanot & Enigma), it is dank, resinous and fruit-forward. Store cold and drink fresh.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Munich, CaraPils

Hops: Varies, often includes Ekuanot, Simcoe, Summit, Cascade…

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 6.0%

EBC: 8

IBU: 50

SKU: Keg, Bottle & Cask

Vegan-friendly.

 
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The Smoked Brown

In the spirit of times when malted barley was kilned over open fires, The Smoked Brown is a modern take on a traditional brown ale. It’s brewed using malt smoked over beechwood in Bamberg, Germany. The subtle smokiness, together with dark-fruit and toffee flavours, makes this complex and intriguing beer a perfect match for food.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Rauchmalt, Special B, Dark Crystal

Hops: Bramling Cross, Willamette

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 6.0%

EBC: 50

IBU: 24

SKU: Keg, Bottle & Cask

Vegan-friendly.

 
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The Stout Porter

Export-strength Stout Porters were once shipped out of London, all across the world. Eventually, the word porter was dropped and lost, but our Stout Porter lives up to its name. Derived from our flagship beer, it also stays true to the meaning of ‘stout’. It’s stronger, bolder, full-bodied, rich and complex – with roasted-coffee aromas adding a touch of sweetness too.

Malts: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Chocolate, Amber, Black

Hops: Cascade, East Kent Goldings

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 8.5%

EBC: 95

IBU: 27

SKU: Keg, Bottle & Cask

Vegan-friendly.

The Experimentals

Scouring the world and the history books to brew the unexpected,
our quest for new flavour has led to some serious experimentation.

 

The Experimentals

Scouring the world and the history books to brew the unexpected, our quest for new flavour has led to some serious experimentation.

 
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The Patersbier

A Belgium style table beer, The Patersbier has a soft, delicate and fruity flavour.

Crafted from the Sorachi Ace & Citra hops, traditionally favoured by Belgium monks, it’s smooth and slightly bitter. A real step back in time to the origins of craft.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Pilsner, Oats & Munich

Hops: Sorachi Ace, Citra

Yeast: WLP530

ABV: 4.4%

EBC: 6

IBU: 25

SKU: Keg, 330ml Bottle

Vegan:

 
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The Petite Saison Brett

Something different on the palate? Light, delicate and full of funk, this deliciously dry Saison is jam packed with vivid aroma. Brewed using Brett, a wild yeast, the beer re-ferments in the bottle, producing a unique flavour and aroma compounds.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Pilsner, Flaked Barley, CaraPils, Rye, Wheat & Oats.

Hops: Sorachi Ace

Yeast: WLP590 & Brett. Lambicus

ABV: 3.9%

EBC: 6

IBU: 7

SKU: 750ml Bottle

Vegan:

 
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The Ber-Ginger Weisse

Brewed with fresh ginger, this German inspired sour wheat beer packs an exotic twist. Balancing the gentle warmth of ginger with just a touch of acidity, it’s refreshing addition to our range.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Wheat, CaraPils

Hops: Wai-iti

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 3.9%

EBC: 5

IBU: 10

SKU: Keg and 330ml Bottle

Vegan:

 
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The Loral & Amarillo Blonde

Light and hoppy, this brew is everyone’s favourite blonde. Crafted from one of our favourite yeasts, featuring the hybrid characteristics of Loral and fruity aromas of Amarillo, it’s another Belgian flavour filled triumph.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Pilsner, Wheat

Hops: Loral, Amarillo

Yeast: WLP510

ABV: 5.6%

EBC: 6

IBU: 20

SKU: Keg and 330ml Bottle

Vegan:

 
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The Apricot Saison

Feeling fruity? Fresh, lively and full of flavour, The Apricot Saison packs a serious punch. Featuring a dry, spiced character to the base and with subtle notes of sweet apricot, it’s a real palate pleaser.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Wheat, Flaked Barely, CaraPils, Rye

Hops: Centennial, Motueka

Yeast: WLP590

ABV: 6.4%

EBC: 6

IBU: 15

SKU: Keg, 330ml Bottle


Vegan:

 
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The Sea Salt & Chilli Stout

Introducing the beer with a bite. This big, rich stout is brewed with chilli and salt for maximum flavour. The salt adds a slight savoury note to balance the big malt flavours, whilst the heat from the chilli builds gently with every sip.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Chocolate, Oats, Amber, Black Prinz, Roasted Barely

Hops: Columbus

Yeast: US-05

ABV: 7.4%

EBC: 87

IBU: 25

SKU: Keg & 750ml Bottle

Vegan:

 
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The Brother Sean

Bold, rich and complex, this continental twist on our classic Stout Porter is fermented using a Belgian strain of yeast. Brewed only once a year, Brother Sean rests in the bottle for 12 months before its release. The result is well worth the wait.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Chocolate, Amber, Black

Hops: Cascade, East Kent Goldings

Yeast: WLP530 (2016)

ABV: 8.4%

EBC: 84

IBU: 21

SKU: 750ml Bottle, very occasional keg.


Vegan:

 
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The Coffee Porter

Just the right side of hoppy with a twist of coffee. With a subtler roasty base than our other Porter’s, this beer features a more complex malt bill with fruity, coffee aromas. Crafted using cold-brew Taylor Street Coffee and English Ale yeast.

Malt: Extra Pale Maris Otter, Munich, Chocolate, Oats, Special B, Amber, Black Prinz

Hops: Willamette

Yeast: US-05, S-04

ABV: 7.4%

EBC: 80

IBU: 22

SKU: Keg, 330ml Bottle

Vegan:

Our Collaborations

Looking for something a little different? We’ve collaborated with everyone from Michelin Star chefs to heavy metal bands, to create the truly unique.

 
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A&H X TANKER: The Sacc Trois IPA

Towards the end of last year we invited our friends from Tanker brewery over to make a beer with us and to share our taps for the evening. Tanker are an Estonian brewery who we had met the previous year at a few beer festivals around Europe. We were all really impressed with their beers, so were keen brew with them as soon as we could.

After a few discussions we decided to build a beer around Saccharomyces Trois, a wild strain of Sacc. that until recently had been mis-classified as Brettanomyces due to its fermentation behaviour and characteristics. Tanker had used this before, but it was a first for us, so we were keen to see what we could get out of this yeast. Despite it’s wild background, it seems that yeast lends itself to hop forward beer. When it was thought to be a strain of Brett., it was always considered to be at the fruity, rather than farmy, end of things, and as such we decided use it in an IPA.

We used a blend of Mosaic and El Dorado in the boil, and Ekuanot and Ella in the dry hop, along with a small amount of CaraAroma malt in the grist. This recipe was designed to give us plenty of fruit from the hops, and just a touch of sweetness from the malt (Sacc. Troi is a high-attenuating yeast, so we wanted to make sure we had some body left in the beer once it was done).

As for the yeast, its certainly had an impact. The nose is full of fruit, specifically ripe fruit, very ripe fruit for that matter. Ripe mango and juicy tropical fruit dominate, along with some dank and herbal notes from the hops. The body is smooth, with light touch of bitterness to balance, and a dry finish.

The Sacc. Trois IPA is keg only, and will be available at our Tap Room and beyond from this Friday (2nd Feb).

 
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A&H x Dugges: The Red Wine Stout

Back in August we were privileged to host Dugges to both brew with us, and share a tasting evening with our customers. As discussed on the evening, the beer we brewed was a red-wine inspired stout. During the boil we added black pepper and liquorice root to the kettle. Once fermentation was done, we add blackcurrant juice to the FV, before moving the beer into incredibly fresh red wine barrels (originally these were meant to be Syrah, but the wine maker decided the wine needed to stay in the barrels a little longer, so he sent us Pinot Noir instead!)

Despite the fairly long list of ingredients, the beer is all about the balance of flavour. The fruit character from both the blackcurrent and the wine is present up front, with a slight acidity on the palate from the fruit. The liquorice and the pepper play supporting roles, adding a little spice and complexity to the finish.

 
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A&H X L’Ermitage: The Tea Saison

We first met the guys from L’Ermitage this time last year at Le Barboteur festival in Brussels where they happened to be pouring beer for the very first time. Since then they have gone on to secure a new premises, order a new brew house and run a successful  crowd-funding campaign. We invited them over to brew with us at the beginning of the month, and asked them to bring with them one of their favourite brewing ingredients, tea. We had agreed on a saison as the base beer, and the guys chose a fairly intense black tea with Yuzu, Bergamot, Citronella and Ginger. The tea was added at the end of the boil and post fermentation in order to avoid any bitter tannin extraction. The beer (being bottled on Wednesday) is tasting great, with the spicy estery notes of the saison yeast being brightened up by the citrus notes of the tea.