‘Moo-vin’ to the country, gonna drink a lot of peaches’ – the presidents of the USA nailed it with this catchy brainworm of a lyric, which we’ve only slightly mangled to make it sound like they were singing about this cider. It’s made with juicy Scarlett O’Hara peaches, and brings you all the summer fun of eating a peach, minus the tooth-chipping stone and all that creepy fur.
Here's our GOOD Brews and where you can get 'em
Beer shouldn't be bland, full of chemicals, mass produced and boring. Nor should it be hard, pretentious or scary. Exploring and drinking beer should be enjoyable, simple and really rewarding.
Brewed with a classic English bitter in mind. This beer is about rich, caramel malts, balanced with a dash of colonial hops. The Hard Workers beer, we’ll let you have a couple.
If you're looking to step up from the usual, look no further. Hiding beneath its pale hue are pockets of citrus & balanced biscuity brilliance. Scared of that bitterness? Take another sip.
Inspired by the wave of punchy new world hops. A lovely soft malt backbone is balanced perfectly with juicy, mouth-coating hoppy GOODness & a smooth lingering bitterness.
Our 'geographically confused' Pilsner has a combination of new and old world hops, exhibited by fruit, subtle zest and a grassy herbaceous character. Finishing clean, dry and bitter it’ll keep you coming back for another!
What happens when brewers make cider? They throw oodles of hops into it of course! Take a few of the most intensely aromatic hop flowers from across the globe & make those apples sing notes of passionfruit, mango, papaya and grapefruit. Good? Yep!
All the GOODness of our popular cider married up with locally sourced Doris Plums. Hints of plum & fruit, with sweet and sour taste, makes this one dangerously refreshing.
Is it hoppy enough? This beer is the bigger brother to our IPA with bigger malt base, more alcohol and bitterness, and double the dry hop addition. Finishing bitter yet well-bodied, this unfiltered beer will tempt you in for another pint.
One GOOD George deserves another...