The Real Ales

Wye Valley Bitter And Hereford Pale Ale

Two very popular local brews from the Wye Valley Brewery.  The bitter is a classic example of an english bitter. A chestnut coloured beer, with a rich white head, a delicate hop aroma and malty fullness, with a crisp bitter finish.  3.7% abv.  The HPA is a lovely pale golden colour and perfect for the warmer spring weather!  www.wyevalleybrewery.co.uk

Kingstone Gold

Brewed by hand at the family-run Kingstone Brewery Meadow Farm in Tintern, this local brew has a fruity, hoppy flavour and is very easy to drink!  The beer is unfiltered and conditioned to a finer bubble and more subtle flavour.  4% abv.  www.kingstonebrewery.co.uk

Cotswold Way And Bob

From the independent Wickwar Brewing Company in Gloucestershire.  Located between Bristol and Gloucester, this traditional brew house has been brewing since the 1860s using only the best ingredients to provide real ales steeped in quality and heritage.

Apple County Cider

Apple County Cider Co is the creation of the award-winning cider producer Ben Culpin and his wife Steph. Ben has been producing cider for over six years during which time he has won numerous awards namely the prestigious Great Taste 2015 Golden Fork for best speciality product from Wales; Gold, Silver and Bronze in the 2015 International Cider Challenge. It has won acclaim from many chefs, critics, writers and food enthusiasts. Kate Humble, Valentine Warner, Oz Clarke and Pete Brown are all fans.  Ben decided to name the company Apple County in order to put Monmouthshire back on the map as one of the top apple counties producing the finest cider.  Find out more  www.applecountycider.co.uk

Springfield Cider and Apple Juice

Alan and Jo Wordsworth who are situated in the most beautiful Monmouthshire countryside near Llangovan, have wonderful cider orchards.  From this they produce three different bottled ciders as well as a single variety apple juice www.springfieldcider.co.uk 

Broome Farm Perry

The English "Champagne" - made from the Norton Butt Perry Pear. Lightly sparkling (5% abv) this is a lovely refreshing aperitif.

Some beers and ciders may not always be available.