Beername Beerdescription Beerstrength
Fortified

Pale golden in colour, brewed with Motuenka hops from New Zealand, giving this beer a slight hoppiness, and a fruity, almost lime accent. Brewed to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of CAMRA in Warwickshire

4
M-Reg

The original brew. Gyle 1 on the 1st of August 1994 brewed by Stewart. Named after the registration plate which at the time were changed on the 1st of August every year. Consecutive registration brews were N, P, R, S etc until the system changed. Each one was brewed with a single variety of hop and the same pale malt recipe. A very pale and hoppy bitter made with Northdown hops.

4.1
Calypso

A pale fresh tasting bitter, with a tropical fruit aroma.

4.5
Spiders Have Feelings Too

A light, tawny coloured beer, with a soft aromatic hop finish.

4.8
Just Like Honey

Deep gold autumnal beer, brewed with crystal malt. Starts with a slightly spicy hoppiness, fading into a slightly sweeter honey flavour towards the end. We’ll be impressed if you recognise the guys on the pump clip!

4.2
Dadvent

A pale bitter, that is both hoppy and citrusy, with a hint of the tropical!

4.1
Thirst Past The Post

Made with delta and crystal hops to give an American style, distinctly orangey tang and aroma, beverage of choice for a political conversation. Prime for Downing (although that isn’t recommended).

4
Spot The Maul

Smooth, clean, refreshing, lightly golden bitter with a crisp aftertaste and light floral aroma

3.6
Baby Irish

Irish Coffee’s infant. A delicate mix of vanilla, Jameson’s, and Gravedigger’s Ale

3.8
Wolf's Brandy

WOLFS BRANDY 4.7% ABV

Wolfsbane, with the added extra of a full bottle of brandy per cask!

4.7
BREW 66

Heavily American hopped, light in colour, intense hop aroma and flavour, with a strong, lingering, bitter aftertaste

4.2
THE EGG-ALE HAS LANDED

Nothing too eggstravagant, just simple eggsellence (sorry!). A light brown ale, malt driven, with a soft hop finish

4.4
April Fuel

A bitter, hoppy pale beer, brewed with an English hop variety, called Jester. It has a soft lemon edge and a slight orange aroma

3.7
Outlaw One of a kind barrel! A dry hopped Goats Milk, using Outlaw hops. This gives it a very fruity, almost sweet taste, with a very floral nose. Literally the only barrel in existence so get it fast! 3.8
Coffee Porter

All the goodness of Pews Porter, with the added goodness of the finest Columbian coffee

4.6
Saison

SAISON 4.4% ABV

4.4
Vanilla Porter All the beauty of Pews Porter, with the added flavour of the finest Madagascan Vanilla. 4.6
Nun's Pocket A 50/50 blend of Nun’s ale, and Poacher's Pocket. 4
EU Beauty The pro EU ale, especially for the referendum! Pale fruity beer with an almost white wine quality, dry finish with strong hoppy finish. 4.1
Arthur's Ale

Surprise surprise! A pale strong beer that is also bitter. A slightly spicy hop finish catches you out.

6

This Week's Beers

Beer list available later this week

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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