Beername Beerdescription Beerstrength
Where Pour Half Thou? Golden, and slightly tangy 4.4
Tyred and Emotional Well worth cycling past a few pubs for! This rich and hoppy bitter wakes you up with a bang! (If you see Spence in the bar ask him all about it!!) 5.5
Taming of the Brew Deep gold, rich and bitter 4.4
Wrect-Gun An American hopped, sharp, clean bitter 5
Damson in Distress A ruby red, tart but slightly sweet, rich bitter. This beer is naturally hazy as it is made with real damsons 6
Bob's Dog's Jumping Frogs Pale malt and three American hops make for a very sharp, clean bitter 5
Irish Coffee Irish coffee as a beer!. Made with jameson's and vanilla 4.6
Happy New Beer A straw coloured beer, light in bitterness, and a clean hop finish 4.5
Three year old RIP Not to be missed, Vintage RIP, served only in half pint measures! 7
Bauble-icious An American hopped, rich, golden bitter, guaranteed to bring some colour to your baubles! 6
Rein Beer A pale, low gravity bitter, with a refreshingly sharp hop bite, just to get you in the Christmas mood 3.7
Santa's Blotto A dark gold and tangy bitter, just the job for those long winter nights 5
Silent Night This nut brown ale incorporates coloured and pale malts with three different hops to give a full flavoured bitter 4.5
Pulpit Light gold, very hoppy and rich 4.8
Stocking Filler A pale, delicate, moreish beer, only brewed at Christmas 4.3
Oh My Goth A bubblegummy, lightly hopped, dark lager 5
Nun's Pooh A well balanced blend of Nun's Ale and Pooh Beer. Light gold in colour, slightly sweet, with a bitter after taste 4.4
Give it Both Barrels Made with four varieties of hop, this beer is light gold, hoppy and citrusy 4
Hoppy Pooh Very light gold, hoppy and slightly sweet 4.3
Hoppy Poppy Golden bitter, slightly biscuity and very tangy. For every nine gallons sold, £3.00 is donated to the Poppy Appeal 4.3

This Week's Beers

Beer list available later this week

Upcoming Events

Wed Aug 17 @17:00 - 22:30
CEB Wednesday Opening
Location: Brewery - Cars & Motorbikes
Sun Sep 04 @12:00 - 22:30
N.W.A.F. Country Fayre & Produce Show
Location: Brewery - Horticultural events


  • Two medals in the CBGB awards

    Churchend Brewery wins two awards in the "Champion Beer of Great Britain" awards, judged, and presented at this year's Great British Beer Festival. Churchend won Gold for our Gravedigger's Mild, and Bronze for Fallen Angel, in the strong bitter category.
  • New Beer - Wolfsbane "Fell Out Of Heaven"

    Deep chestnut brown in colour with plenty of hop bite. 4.7% ABV

  • New Beer - Kane is Able

    Pale malt bitter which is highly aromatic, with hints of elderflower and grapefruit on the nose. 4.5%

  • Churchend gets 'Beer of Britain 2017' Award

    Goat's Milk announced as the 'Supreme Champion Beer of Britain' at the GBBF