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A selection of cask beers from the finest local and national brewers.

Unlike keg beers, most cask beers require a settling time before they can be dispensed in order to further condition the beer inside. This is usually between 24 and 48 hours depending on the beer. These are known as ‘live’ beers.

Luckilly, the majority of local brewers are able to supply ‘bright’ beers which are ready to serve. These have been settled and conditioned at the brewery and then poured into casks ready to serve.

Most beers listed below are available in Firkins (9 gallon / approx 70 pints) as either ‘live’ or ‘bright beers, 4.5 gallon pins, 10 litre mini-pins and some as 5 litre mini-kegs.

All cask quotes include a wooden stillage, tap and spiles.

Bright casks will be supplied unless requested.

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  • Cellar Head Amber Ale 4.0% ABV

    Hugely satisfying and beginning with a sweet, floral aroma of orange blossom. Pale and Crystal malts combine with a light addition of Amber giving a firm, smooth, biscuity and toasty, malt flavour. Hop combinations supply a light bitterness with a gentle marmalade finish making this beer one to come back to time and time again. Malts: Maris Otter, Amber, Munich, Cara Gold, Chocolate Hops: Northdown, Bramling Cross, Strang's #7
  • Cellar Head India Pale Ale 5.0% ABV

    An enormously gratifying and balanced pale ale. Very pale and light malt flavours are accentuated by four heavy charges of England’s finest hops. Initial aromas of magnolia are followed by flavours of marmalade on toast with the delicate sweetness of honey and pine. A beer for all seasons makes it one of our most popular choices. Malts: Maris Otter, Munich, Vienna Hops: First Gold, Endeavour, English Cascade
  • Cellar Head Session Best Bitter 4.0% ABV 9 gallon Firkin

    Refreshing and uplifting, this straw coloured fresh pale ale has tropical fruit and sweet floral aromas with the intense flavour of gooseberry and green grapes with a light honeyed sweetness leaving a crisp punch and a dry, clean finish. Delicious and awakening.   Malts:  Maris Otter, Black, Crystal Hops:  Northdown, Fuggles, Goldings, Bramling Cross
  • Cellar Head session Pale Ale 3.8% ABV - 9 gallon firkin

    Refreshing and uplifting, this straw coloured fresh pale ale has tropical fruit and sweet floral aromas with the intense flavour of gooseberry and green grapes with a light honeyed sweetness leaving a crisp punch and a dry, clean finish. Delicious and awakening.

    Malts:  Maris Otter, Flaked Barley

    Hops:  Ernest, Jester, Challenger

  • Junction 6 ALC 4.2% VOL

    Ingredients: Water, Barley, Wheat, Hops, Yeast. Contains gluten. The stage was set for the biggest festival of the year… Godstoneberry. But just as doors were about to open, it dawned on Will. “The Junction 6! We’ve forgotten it!” he shrieked. “It’s the headline act’s favourite beer and they’re fast approaching on the M25. They’ll never go on stage without it!” With Godstoneberry at risk, Will knew he had to act. Quick as a flash, he hopped into his Willmobile and made it back in the nick of time. His reward? The official title of William the Saviour (of Godstoneberry) and a tithe of free beer at the taproom every Friday.
  • Pondtail ALC 4.1% VOL

    Ingredients: Water, Barley, Wheat, Hops, Yeast. Contains gluten. As the sun beamed down on Godstone Green, it wasn’t long before the local wildlife was out in full force. “What a day for a dip.” said Duck as he paddled through Pondtail Pond. Steve and Anne, in the midst of discussing the fresh and tangy notes of their Pondtail Pale, stopped in their tracks… “Did that duck just talk?” queried Anne.
  • Godstone brewery Trenchman's Hop 3.8% ABV

    Ingredients: Water, Barley, Wheat, Hops, Yeast. Contains gluten. As John Trenchman, a notorious pirate and smuggler, sauntered through Godstone on his wooden leg, all was calm. Until… BANG! Trenchman was shot by none other than the HMRC. Injured and quickly deteriorating, he staggered as far as the Fox and Hounds, where he eventually died. Buried at St Nicholas’ church, he’s been haunting the pub ever since…
  • Harveys Sussex Best 4% ABV

    Sussex Best is our most famous beer, a superbly balanced bitter with prominent hop character. The brew evolved over decades, satisfying the expectations of the people of Sussex and its adjoining counties. Finest Maris Otter malted barley is supplemented with a dash of Crystal malt for balance. Our hops are a blend of four different local varieties, to give a distinctive hoppy finish. Awards: International Beer Challenge 2021: Silver | World Beer Awards 2021: Bronze, World Beer Awards 2019: Silver, International Beer Challenge 2019: Bronze, Winner of the Champion Best Bitter of Britain title at CAMRA’s Great British Beers Festival in 2005 and 2006. Food Pairing with Kenny Tutt: Butter chicken, Spicy beef, Vietnamese
  • Larkins Best Bitter 4.4% abv - 9 gallon firkin

    This Kentish style Best Bitter is a rich, fruity and slightly sweet ale. Notes of summer fruits and caramel give way to a long bitter malt finish. Available as live or bright
  • Larkins Pale 4.2% ABV

    A full flavoured Kentish-style pale ale, packed with hops grown on Larkins Farm and with not a hint of grapefruit! This thirst quenching addition to the Larkins range is the colour of malt whisky, and is available year round.
  • Larkins Traditional 3.4% ABV 9 gallon firkin

    Our staple bitter and best seller. This smooth Kentish style tawny session bitter provides a pleasing balance of Larkins hops, malt, and with a surprisingly plentiful character for a beer of such low ABV. An entirely sensible drink and a staple of the house beer pump in all the best local houses. Available as bright or live in various sizes
  • Titsey Brewery Gower Wolf Best Bitter 4.0% ABV - 9 Gallon firkin

    The darkest of the Titsey Brewery beers, Gower Wolf (4%) has got a nice traditional bitterness to it, with a touch of caramel flavour and aroma. It’s the perfect ale for enjoying on a wintry afternoon or with food and friends in a cosy pub (or socially distanced front room!). Type of hops: East Kent Golding.
  • Titsey Brewery Leveson Buck Session IPA 3.7% ABV

    Leveson Buck is a feisty little fellow and can be enjoyed two ways: as traditional cask ale from the pump or as carbonated ale served from the keg. The latter, in particular, has proven a summertime hit and at 3.7%,  it’s a perfect refresher even for cyclists making a pit stop. Type of hops: Chinook, Cascade and Simcoe
  • Titsey Gresham Hopper 3.7% ABV

    An English Pale Ale, Gresham Hopper (3.7% ABV) is like sunshine in a pint glass. The citrusy hops provide a really refreshing bitterness when served cellar cool on a warm day. Just what you need if you’ve cycled or walked to the top of the North Downs Way. A perfect foil for fish and chips.


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