3.5% Adventurously-hopped New World Pale
In 1851 Captain Cubitt took the Duke of Portland on it’s maiden voyage to New Zealand. The perilous journey took 100 days, after which the ship safely arrived in the Waitemata region of Auckland.
We’ve been bold, and used New Zealand hops in a super low strength brew to create a distinctively fruity pale ale.
MISTRESS OF THE ROBE
4.4% Honeyed Pale
The 6th Duchess of Portland was ‘Mistress of the Robes’, senior lady in the royal household, to Alexandra between 1913 and 1925. She was present at the coronation of King Edward VII.
We’ve created a luxuriously silky honeyed blonde beer with sweet malt and juicy New Zealand hops.
WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMONS
2.8% Lemon Table Beer
Brewed with re-loved lemony cast-offs from ‘Little Town Pantry’. Little Town Pantry crafts delicious cakes just a few miles from Welbeck. They use a huge number of lemons each week, making the most of the rind and juice, but leaving the main body of the lemon.
We have used these zingy by-products to create a clean tasting low-ABV table beer.
5.5% Black IPA
The first Duke of Newcastle, ancestor to the current family, held the prestigious and important role of Governor to the seven year old Prince of Wales who would later become King Charles II.
This luscious, robust dark beer is black in colour but deceptively hoppy. There is a touch of light roast to give body and depth as a backbone for a blend of resinous American hops.
4.0% Green-hopped Pale
Brewed with local hops donated from hedgerows and gardens.
Kent and Herefordshire are the two iconic hop growing counties in England, but did you know that will grow virtually anywhere across the country? We have gathered hops from local families, hedgerows and farms to brew a fresh but herbal tasting English Pale Ale.