Our Beers

As well as our regular brands, we are also proud to brew several interesting seasonal beers throughout the year.

 

Below are two new draught lagers that have come to the Hadley Bowling Green ! 

We do try to give you a variety of different drinks, come down and try them

 

 Staropramen

 Staropramen Brwery (Privovary Staropramen s.r.o) is the second largest brewery in the Czech Republic, and is situated in the Smichov district of Prague. It was found in 1869 and the brand name Staropramen, literally meaning "old spring", was registered in 1911.
Pale gold in colour with delicately flowery aromas and a taste in which hop crispness and malty softness combines to highly drinkable effect.

San Miguel

First brewed in the Lleida brewery in Spain 1957. 
San Miguel is brewed using a special mashing process which gives the beer a fuller and slightly sweeter flavour. The unique recipe and San Miguel yeast then come together to deliver a refreshing, full bodied beer with a great taste. San Miguel is a pilsnerstyle lager, golden in colour, sparkling with a generous white creamy head.

Amstel beer

Amstel Brewery was founded in 1870 by two friends and entrepreneurs in Amsterdam. Today, our golden bier is enjoyed across the world. For almost 150 years, Amstel has brewed a high quality 4.1% ABV bier that has the perfect balance of taste and refreshment. With a unique honey malt aroma, Amstel delivers a subtle citrus and herbal hop character with a clean bitter finish.

Thatchers Gold       Thatchers Haze

It was 1904 when William John Thatcher first made his delicious apple cider here at Myrtle Farm. His farm workers who enjoyed William's finest as part of their wages were said to be best around - just like the cider. Today, they still have the best cidermakers working at Myrtle Farm, just like the cider!

Thatchers Gold:  a refreshing cider with a smooth appley taste. Full of flavour blended from the highest quality apples from the orchards at Myrtle Farm.

Thatchers haze:  Naturally cloudy thanks to the juice of the Jonagold apple.