Named after a fishing fly used for luring trout, this Blonde Ale has a refreshing palate due to the use of high quality pale ale malt. By blending different hops at various stages of the brewing process, Andwell’s have produced a beautiful beer with a citrus aroma and balanced bitterness.
This Pale Ale takes its name from the castle built by King John in 1207, which is located less than a mile from the original Brewery, and from where he rode out to Runnymede to sign the Magna Carta. The beer itself is deep amber in colour with a blend of pale ale and crystal malt. The bitterness and fruity aroma are developed from a combination of hops.
Pale Ale made from the following hops: Nelson Sauvin, Mosaic, Simcoe
Our biggest selling beer is also one of the first that we brewed. A very easy drinking pale ale brewed exclusively for cask. Hops - Cascade & Centennial
Daisy Gold ABV 4% is our flagship golden ale. A popular golden ale with a bitter sweet aftertaste.
This quality, tasty session beer is a refreshing golden ale. It is noted as a 'Comfortable pint' being 'Lower on alcohol but high on bite'. Little Nipper is a popular session beer & is available to pubs, clubs and beer festivals.
Our remake of an 18th Century Porter. Smooth chocolate taste with hints of coffee.
A fantastic American Pale Ale based around Amarillo hops to give an orange tasting depth.
The brewery was founded on this traditional bitter, strictly speaking an English Pale Ale. Brisk bitterness with Bramling Cross hops providing hedgerow berry notes.
Rich and robust. A traditional English style IPA. Big caramel body with a dry, hoppy finish
Showcasing the Simcoe hop from Washington state. Great aroma of Passion Fruit and refreshing fruity flavour with balanced mild bitterness.
Our flagship bitter, first brewed in 1982. Progress is brewed with the finest British malts to give a rich bitter-sweet ale and is well complimented with a blend of British, American and Slovenian hop additions. Progress is made with Pioneer and Whitbread Goldings hops: Marris Otter, Crystal, Chocolate and Roast Barley.
A well rounded session pale ale, with a malty flavour. First made in 1983 this is one of the first and most popular Pilgrim Ales and is one of the heritage range. Surrey is made with Whitbread Golding and Styrian Golding hops; Maris Otter and Crystal malt.
Very light straw colour, easy drinking session beer. Quite fruity, using a range of modern hops to give gentle citrus notes. Our best selling cask beer.
A straw coloured extremely moreish session beer that has a surprisingly full flavour for its strength. A pleasant and distinctive aroma is followed by a moderate hop bitterness. The fresh finish leaves you wanting another… Ranmore has a commitment among its followers like no other and the ideal circumstances for drinking this legendary beer are standing at the bar with several good friends, possibly friends you may have made that very evening. It also accompanies many fish dishes rather nicely.
The flagship beer is pale in colour with a subtle hint of grapefruit and lemon in the aroma. The wonderful hop bitterness is complemented by a balanced malt flavour. The beer has a long finish, which is moderately dry.The Surrey Hills flagship and the perfect beer for almost any occasion, it is almost impossible to list all the times and places for drinking Shere Drop. Brewery favourites include washing down a pulled pork burger or simply accompanying a Sunday Roast.
Award Winning "Porter of the Festival" award at Woking Beer Festival in November 2016, as well as the "Beer of the Festival" at Hampton Beer Festival in June 2017. A classic London porter with lots of brown, chocolate and crystal malts, it gives a wonderfully rich roasted flavour. Perfect for the autumn and winter, (but great all year round!), the award-winning porter is a splendid example of an old-style London Porter, complete with an eclectic mix of malt and hops, including Fuggles and Goldings, to give it a smooth malt taste with notes of chocolate and coffee. Black Swan Porter was voted "Porter of the Festival" at Woking Beer Festival in November 2016 and won "Beer of the Festival" at Hampton Beer Festival in June 2017.
A traditional old fashioned, full bodied English IPA. We based it on an old English IPA recipe and use Fuggles and Goldings, but dry hop with US Cluster hops (which were perhaps surprisingly available and used in this country 150 years ago) for a very complex but nicely balanced beer.
A traditional dark mild, that is both sweet and malty. Using both traditional Fuggles and Golding hops, this seasonal beer is brewed in the spring, in conjunction with CAMRA’s “Make May Mild Month” campaign.
Hoppy US style pale ale, bursting with Chinook and Columbus hops from Washington State in the US Northwest, to give it a gorgeous citrus flavour
A sweet golden pale, hopped with Simcoe and Mosaic, providing a fine fruity mix of tropical and mango flavours with a rich aroma. This beer takes its name from the gallows which once stood at Kingston Gate.
A refreshing pale ale with the hoppiness and punch of an IPA, but session strength. Citrusy, floral flavours from the New Zealand hop, Motueka, with a lingering bitterness from Chinook. This beer takes its name from the sinister sounding Killcat Corner on the east side of Richmond Park, the origin remains a mystery.
Brewed in conjunction with Surrey Wildlife Trust to help protect the habitat of the Hazelnut Dormice which live in the woods behind the brewery. This is our smooth easy drinking Traditional English Ale which is chestnut in colour and light on the pallet. The sweetness comes from biscuit and caramel malts balanced with a selection of English Hops.
A superb golden ale with a soft fruity nose. A bitter apricot front is followed by more soft fruits and a charming light hoppiness. This was our first regular beer from the Tillingbourne stable and remains our best seller. It was brewed to be light, golden, slightly hopped session ale, with a taste appealing to everyone. It is very easily drunk and complements most meals as its clean taste does not overpower flavours of most dishes.
An extremely refreshing light golden ale that tastes well above its ABV thanks to being dry hopped with plenty of Citra hops. The perfect light ale to quench your thirst. Despite only being 3.3%, it tastes well above its weight and has been labelled “The Drivers Ale”. The second generation of this beer has been dry hopped with even more Citra.
A well-hopped and well balanced refreshing amber session beer. Triple hopped with Brewers Gold gives light citrus notes and a fresh clean finish. The one beer to have when you’re having more than one. Won CAMRA Champion Bitter of London 2018
Amber ale with a refreshing citrus and pine aroma. Dry, hoppy flavour with a slight fruitiness underneath. Long, pleasing hoppy finish with a touch of orange peel
Very pale, very hoppy beer which is the Essence of Summer. Extra pale ale and wheat malts combine with the aromatic Citra and Delta hops to make a very bright and refreshing pint for a warm summer’s day.