Beername Beerdescription Beerstrength
Goat's Milk

Golden yellow nectar. Pale barley, crystal malt and oats, blend to fill the palate with flavour. Aromatic hops dance over the tongue for a gentle hop finish.

3.8
Cuthbert's A light brown session bitter that drinks well above its gravity. A deceptively full flavoured beer with a clear sharp finish. Lez's favourite!!! 3.8
Avon Ale This beer is brewed with Bramling Cross hops and has a hint of crystal malt. A golden yellow bitter with a nice sharp finish. 3.8
Pete's Progress This beer is brewed with Green bullet, Ammarillo and Styrian Goldings hops to give it a complex hoppy taste. 3.8
Grave Digger's ale Dark black and red in colour, with a complex mixture of chocolate and roast flavours. The use of two different hops, gives the beer a complex feel and smooth finish. 3.8
Willie Brew'd (Burns Night)

Pale with a sharp bitterness and subtle citrus aroma

4.2
Hop Gun Green Bullet hops make this a very distinctive, bitter pale ale. Yellow in colour, with clean bitter hop flavours. 4.1
Classic Regs All pale malt grist and a single hop variety, make a simple but amazing series of recipes. e.g. M-Reg is pale malt plus Northdown hops. 4.1
What The Fox's Hat A full golden coloured beer with a soft hop flavour and finish. 4.2
Without-A-Bix

Made with a 50/50 mix of wheat and barley, brewed using German wheat yeast. Very pale, almost white, due to its natural cloudy nature. Slight banana aromas, and a peppery tone, add to this full flavoured wheat beer.

4.2
Listed A tawny coloured beer, with a soft hop flavour and finish. 4.2
Pooh Beer A delightful pale honey beer, made with honey from a local apiarist. 4.3
Baldrick's Cunning Plan Fresh tasting whole hops and a hint of amber malt provide the flavours for a deep golden beer. 4.3
Bounty Bitter Pale Malt and Chinook hops give this light coloured ale a clean crisp flavour. 4.3
Clanger Ale Originally brewed for local bellringers, this light coloured beer is brewed with Brambling cross hops and a mixture of pale malt and wheat. 4.3
Vicar's Ruin This is our straw coloured best bitter. Delightful hop flavours soften to a delicate malt finish. 4.4
Whittle Ale A light brown ale with delightful floral overtones, building to a lingering hop bite. 4.4
Boston Fat Boy A very pale, yellow beer with a sharp hop bite, created by the use of green hops. 4.4
Hooker Ale A complex mix of three hops combines with the robust blend of malts, to produce a full flavoured, light brown bitter. 4.5
Pews Porter A rich roasted porter, with plenty of mouth feel. Moderately hopped, with a dry thirst quenching finish. 4.5

This Week's Beers

Beer list available later this week

Upcoming Events

Sat Aug 19 @12:00 - 22:30
Churchend Brewery Annual Classic Car Show
Location: Brewery - Brewery Events, Cars & Motorbikes
Thu Aug 24 @12:30 - 15:00
Bridge Club
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Sun Aug 27 @12:00 - 14:30
Sunday Lunch at the G & D
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Wed Sep 06 @18:00 - 23:00
Wedensday Quiz Night
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Sun Sep 10 @12:00 - 22:30
Country Fayre & Produce Show
Location: Brewery - Brewery Events, Horticultural events
Tue Sep 12 @18:00 - 22:30
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Location: G & D - Eating Events
Wed Sep 20 @18:00 - 23:00
Open Mike Night
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Newsflash

  • Churchend gets 'Beer of Britain 2017' Award

    Goat's Milk announced as the 'Supreme Champion Beer of Britain' at the GBBF
     
  • New Beer - Arthur Lowe

    A blend or Arthurs Ale and Low Rider, pale amber in colour, sharp hop bite, with a pleasant lingering bitterness 4.4% ABV

     
  • New Beer - Gottle O' Geer

    A glissfully golden grew with a gright hoppy gite! ABV 4.2%

     
  • New Beer - Red Revolution

    A red bitter brewed using European hops: 4.0% ABV

     
  • New Beer - Gyle 5000

    Church End Brewery’s 5000th brew! Could it be called anything else?! A deep amber bitter, malt driven with a sharp hop bite and lingering bitter after taste. 4.0% ABV