Past Ales

We have prepared a list of our past and present ales for you to look through.

Flower Pots Brewery

The famous Hampshire brewery at Cheriton always popular with everyone
Flower Pots Bitter, Wheatsheaf Best, Elder Ale

Loddon

Oxfordshire - A friend from Devon producing excellent ales
Hoppit, Hullabaloo, Downland

Whitestar (RIP)

From Bishops Waltham named after the Southampton liners
Crafty Shag (the bird...), Majestic, Royal Standard

Hidden

Wylye Road Sailsbury, named because it is hard to find
Pint, Strength, Quest, Potential

Hogsback

Based in Tongham Surrey, award winning TEA a great brew
TEA, Hair of the Hog, Summer Capers

Tripple FFF

Its in our back yard, and holds our house beer
Alton Pride, Moondance, Snow Blind

Darkstar

Based in Haywards Heath, Sussex where I spent my youth
Hop Head, Over the moon, Best

Welton

Sussex again, half of King + Barners
Sussex Pride, Kit + Bard, Horsham Bitter

Stumpys Brewery

Near Southampton but totally in the middle of no where
Dog Daze, Hop a Doodle Doo, Old Stumpy

Suthwyke

Barley farmer martini has Oakleaf brew his beers
Bloomfields, Liberation

Wadworths

A big small brewer, almost regional
Henry's IPA, Summersault

Isle of Purbeck

Sits overlooking Studland Bay in Dorset
Fossil Fuel, Solar Power

Hopback

The brewery of my favourite beer ever - Summer Lightning
GFB, Odyssey, Crop Circle

Downton

In the same industrial estate as Hopback with equipment leased from Hopback
Elderquad, Bandits Gold, Chimera Gold

Ballards

In Petersfield, Nyewood in West Sussex despite a Hampshire post code
Golden Byne, Ballards Best

Itchen Valley

Another brewery very close in Alresford
Godfathers, Winchester Ale, Hampshire Rose

Winchester (RIP)

Basted in Southampton, early days
Best Bitter, Summer of '76

Hampshire (RIP)

In the trading estate in Romsey, right next door to a great kids ball park, for all you drinking parents
King Alfreds, Ironside, Strongs

Stonehenge

Stig the Danish brewer, larger than life
Pigswell, Body Line, Spire Ale

Crondall

An old granary barn, now housing an eight barrel micro brewery
Best, Wedding Ale

Keystone

Brewing a good head of steam in the home counties
Large One, Golden Spice

Bowman

The brewers from the fall-out Cheriton Brew House (very popular with the locals)
Swift One, Wallops Woop

Portsmouth

Brewed by ex Gales man Malcolm with beers nearly all named after boats
Irving, Co Brewers