Pershore Brewery Ales:
We produce all of our ales for Cask or Bottles. Terms and Conditions of sale can be found here.
Summertime – 3.8% Golden Ale
A golden ale, gently mashed with pure pale malts and three varieties of hops – goldings, juggles and north down. This is a light and refreshing ale, no matter what time of year you enjoy it.
Croft – 4.2% IPA
A hoppy IPA, mashed with pale and crystal malts, and three varieties of hops – cascade, chinook and willamette. This is a medium bodied session ale.
Pershore Pale Ale (IPA) – 4.5%
A classis India Pale Ale, using English pale and crystal malts and Golding and Fuggles hops. This Pale Ale is amber in colour, has a delicate yes classic rounded flavours and light floral aroma. This is a refreshing pale ale providing a refreshing hoppy taste.
Oh Betty (Juniper Ale) – 5%
rich amber ale with a floral aroma. On first taste is has a delicate yet citrus bitterness and finishing the palette with a dry finish.
Black Moon Porter – 5%
A light Porter with deep roasted and dark chocolate maltiness, whilst providing a hoppy aftertaste and a very light glow of ginger and lemongrass to lift the taste.
A Winters ‘Ale (& Jingle Hops) – 4.6%
A Winter ale (and Jingle Hops), heavily hopped to keep away those winter blues. Brewed with pilsner malts and lots of pumpkin to give colour and depth, with a twist of cinnamon, all spice, ginger and vanilla to keep things spicy and warm.
Wobbly Angel – 4%
A session ale, exclusively brewed for The Angel Hotel, Pershore. Utilising three different malt types and two distinctive high alpha-acid hops for bittering and aroma. A careful mixture of UK and US hops delivers a clean crisp bitterness with spicy, fresh, pine, floral and berry aroma’s.
We are now listing allergens on all our cask labels, and will be applying information on the reverse of our pump clips for both bar staff and customers, to keep them fully updated on allergens in our ales.
Allergens in our bottled ales are clearly displayed on the reverse of the labels.
A full list of allergen information can be found here >>