Northamptonshire Bitter (4% abv)
This beautiful, rich golden beer has intense but well rounded, refreshing bitterness.
Kislingbury Bitter (4% abv)
A complex beer with deep malty tones impeccably balanced with a moreish fresh hoppy finish. The perfect traditional English pint.
Reservoir Hogs (4.3% abv)
Full on flavour from this light copper coloured ale. Deep dryness and strong bitterness followed by a sweetening aftertaste of dark malt. A lively exciting beer with a hoppy ending.
Pump Fiction (4.5% abv)
A deep golden beer with good malty complexity, exquisitely balanced with a bright hoppy finish.
Three and Six (3.6% abv)
Light copper colour with peppery spice and full-on bitterness.
India Pale Ale (5% abv)
A full-bodied India Pale Ale gloriously hoppy and a full 5%.
Mill Lane Mild (4% abv)
A luscious dark mild full of malt with chocolate undertones and light hopping. A step back in time to days when England was the engine room of the empire and mild was the most popular drink for the working class. - Joint Winner - Milton Keynes Beer Festival 2004/05
Solstice Stout (5% abv)
A rich full flavoured stout made with a wide range of malts, which fully demonstrate the brewer's art. Originally brewed for the frosty dark night of the midwinter solstice, it is now brewed all year round by popular demand.
Yuletide Ale (7.2% abv)
Only available at Christmas time.
Frosty Ferret (4.3% abv)
Only available at Christmas time.
Rich and spicy with the scents and tastes of Christmas, Frosty Ferret will add sparkle to the coldest and darkest winter days.
= Awarded a gold star in the 2009 CAMRA Good Bottled Beer Guide as being "outstanding individual examples of real ale in a bottle - consistently good and full of character"
Hoggleys Mill Lane Mild has received a very favourable review in CAMRA's What's Brewing Magazine by Des De Moor and has also been reviewed in Beers of the World who gave it a 'Recommended sticker' and rated it 8 out of 10, second highest points, beaten only by Sarah Hughes Dark Ruby Mild - an honour indeed.
Hoggleys' Solstice Stout 5% has received a very good review by Des de Moor in CAMRA's What's Brewing BEER Magazine - Spring 2010 edition.
Following his recent visit to Hoggleys Brewery, Jeff Evans, famous Beer Writer, has given us a wonderful review in his online beer magazine 'Inside Beer'. Please follow this link to read it: www.insidebeer.com
Our bottled beers can be found on sale at:
- The Larder Deli, Castle Ashby,
- Savour The Flavour, Higham Ferrers,
- Radmore Farm Shop, Litchborough,
- Beckworths Emporium
- Farndon Fields Farm Shop, Market Harborough
- East Midlands Co-op Stores
- St. Giles Cheese Shop, Northampton
- One-Stop DIY, Milton Street
- Shires Deli, Heart of the Shires, A5
- Whilton Chandlers
- The Londis Shop, Bugbrooke
Our beers are also available online through www.AlesByMail.com.
Our cask beers have been supplied to most of the true free houses in the county, along with beer festivals from Peterborough to Manchester, throughout the Midlands and even down in the East End of London.
Our beers can regularly be found on draught in most of the Free Houses in the region.
Our beers are also sold through Brewers Wholesalers in Stourbridge, West Midlands; Middleton Wholesale, Northampton and Crouch Vale Brewery, Essex as well as through two or three other breweries in the country.
Alternatively, if you are interested in purchasing some of our beers, either in cask, polypin or bottles, please do give us a ring on 01327 831308 and we'll be happy to help.