5.0% Ultra-hopped West coast IPA
The Portland Collection has an astonishing compendium of art and books collected by generations of the family at Welbeck. One of the most famous works is The English Atlas, 1680, a beautiful collection of hand drawn and coloured maps created for King James II.
This American West Coast IPA showcases the best New World hops, bringing both piney resinous and clean grapefruit flavours, which are balanced with English malted barley.
4.4% Crisp and lightly floral Continental pale
The Victorian 5th Duke of Portland was renowned for creating an extensive network of underground passages and rooms beneath the Welbeck estate. Many of these structures were lit through clever use of skylights rather than just lamplight.
Our Skylight is the palest of beers, brewed with crisp British-grown lager malt. The continental hops used make this a bright and fresh lager-style beer with light floral and grassy tones.
3.9% Auburn ale with hints of caramel & walnut
Red Feather takes its inspiration from the emblem of Welbeck and its crossed red feathers, which represent pride in the estate’s heritage and entrepreneurial spirit.
Our Red Feather is a robust auburn ale. Plenty of crystal malt gives this beer a rich colour and combination of bold walnut and bitter-sweet caramel flavours.
3.7% Golden ale with classically elegant English hops
Hennymoor lane stretches over a farm between the Welbeck village and the prehistoric Creswell Crags. On 5th August 1944 a Canadian aircrew of 5 perished when their Wellington bomber plane crashed on the edge of Hennymoor Farm and a memorial now stands at the Crags.
This subtle yet enduring pale ale is created with delicate hops from the south of England to give hints of orange zest and herbal bitterness, carried by lasting caramel sweetness.