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

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Wed Sep 25 @19:00 - 22:30
Churchend Brewery Bike Meet
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G&D Charity Quiz Night
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Newsflash

  • 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