Ales at The Fleur

We have three permanent ales available,

 

Adnams Best Bitter, Broadside & Woodfordes Wherry.wna-wherryclip_1

Always on, always delicious! 

Woodfordes Norfolk Ales – Wherry 3.8 %

Light but full of flavour and with a delicious citrus aftertaste. Great with Norfolk Ham and Turkey or on its own.

The Brewer says,

“Fresh and zesty with crisp floral flavours. A background of sweet malt and a hoppy ‘grapefruit’ bitter finish characterises this champion bitter.”

Adnams of Southwold – Best Bitter 3.7%southwoldbitterclip

Southwold Bitter is a beautiful copper-coloured beer, late and dry-hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness.

Brewed with the finest East Anglian Pale Ale malt barley, sourced locally to the brewery. We use Fuggles hops which we add late in the boil to preserve the herbal flavours of this traditional English hop. We add more Fuggles to each cask so that the flavour of the hops infuses into the beer.

Adnams of Southwold – Broadside 4.7%
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Brewed with Pale Ale and Chocolate malt and First Gold hops, Broadside is a dark ruby red beer rich in fruitcake aromas, almonds and conserved fruit.

Guest Ales – 

This leaves two pumps free which entertain a variety of guest ales from local and national breweries.

Examples include ales from Oakham, Skinners, St Austell, Timothy Taylor, Lacons and Harveys to name a few.

MICRO BREWERY

Our favourite local micro-brewer is Darren at Bishop Stortford Brewery. A small scale brewer with some impressive recipes up his sleeve.

Come on by to see what’s on today!

I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Look forward to seeing you at the bar soon,

Chris

3 Responses to “Ales at The Fleur

  • The Crouch vale Sladek was tremendously tasty..but gone in a flash !

    The St Petes Organic has gone down well, great for the Bitter lovers..

    Coming next..

    St Austells Tribute
    &
    Great Oakley Gobble

  • Mmmmm.. just put on the Great Oakley Gobbler Delicious

    Gobble 4.5% is a straw-coloured beer with a large smack of hops at the end, giving a fantastic mouth feel.
    Cyclops description: See: Rich Golden; Smell: Floral, hoppy, roses; Taste: Crisp, hoppy, nutty. Bitterness (scale 1-5) = 4, Sweetness (scale 1-5) = 2.5

  • I notice that you’ve had St Austell’s Tribue, so is there any chance of getting St Austell’s Proper Job? Absolutely blinding beer that!

    Love your pub by the way – popped in for the first time last weekend and it instantly became one of my favourites.

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