Bottled Beers

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  • Mixed Case


    Free brewery tour with each mixed case purchased through January!

    Choose from our selection of beers to create your own personal 12 bottle case.

  • Brentwood Gold 4.3%

    From: £26.67

    A rich, golden beer with a slight sweet malt character and heavily hopped with powerful fruity Cascade hops that come through at the end, providing a great finish.

    Food Match – Fantastic with fish

    Available all year round in polypins and bottle

    Voted best Golden Ale – Chelmsford Summer Beer Festival 2009

    SILVER – SIBA East Region Bottled Gold Beer catagory 2012

    Gold Medal at Hungry National Beer Festival 2014

    Gold Medal Great Taste Awards 2015

    Bronze Medal bottled beer class – SIBA East bottled beer category

     Champion Bottled Best Bitter Eastern England 2018

  • Brentwood IPA 3.7%

    From: £26.67

    A lightly hopped pale session bitter. A refreshing pint after a hard day at work.

    Food Match: Perfect with Pies

    Available all year round in polypins and bottles


  • Chockwork Orange 6.5%

    From: £31.67

    A deep chocolate, malty beer brewed with oranges to give it a background citrus bitterness and matured to create a classic ‘old ale’ style.

    Food match – Chocolatey dessert, Strong cheese & Classical music.

    Available all year round in bottles and polypins

    SILVER – SIBA East Best Speciality Beer 2009

    Voted best Strong Ale – Chelmsford Summer Beer Festival 2009

    BRONZE – SIBA East Best Strong Beer 2012

    Beer of festival at Belgrade, Serbia 2014 & Silver medal at Hungary beer festival 2014

    Official Beer of the Book A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess

  • Hope & Glory 4.5%

    From: £26.67

    Our full bodied red premium bitter. A well balanced bitter with full malt flavours and a  lightness of the hops coming through in the flavour, leaving a pleasing end note and lingering bitterness.

    Champion premium bitter of East England. (SIBA).

    Food Match: Superb with Sausages

    Available all year in bottle, occasionally in polypins


  • Lumberjack 5.2%

    From: £28.33

    Our strong, slightly sweet, full bodied bitter is brewed using traditional English Fuggles and EKG hops to give a round, hoppy finish.

    Food Match: Sumptuous with Stews & Red Meats

    Available all year round in bottles and polypins.

    Gold – SIBA East Region Best Strong Ale 2009

    Silver – SIBA East Region Best Bottled Strong Ale 2013, 2015, 2017


  • BBC1 1.5%

    From: £26.67

    BBC2’s little brother! Light brown in colour, loads of flavours bursting on the palate from the mix of Columbus, Chinook, Citra & Cascade hops. Ridiculously drinkable.

    Food Match: Champion with cheese.

    Available in bottle or Polypins.

  • Winter Warmer 4.7%

    From: £26.67

    A well balanced amber coloured winter ale with spicy notes creating a full flavoured beer to enjoy on cold winter days.

    Available winter in polypins, all year round in bottles

  • Van Kannor 7.7%


    Brewed in 2014, Van Kannor is triple fermented with beer, wine and champagne yeast. Hand turned and degorged, it combines gentle fruitiness with sweet malt aromas to create a luxurious and sophisticated beer, produced using traditional champagning methods.

    Limited run of 1000 x 750ml bottles. Serve chilled in Goblet style beer glass.
    “It is the best beer to come out of Essex.” – Matt Chinnery (British Guild of Beer Writers)


    “Developing in complexity and nuance as it ages, Brentwood Brewery’s Van Kannor could arguably be the best beer produced in Essex for many years. Smooth as silk, tart and fruity, with waves of peach and pear drop dominating the taste and a finish of spicy white pepper and crushed coriander seed, this is certainly a beer that you need to experience at least once. It’s limited though so you’d better be quick as when it’s gone it’s gone forever.”  -Justin Mason (British Guild of beer writers)


    “Van Kannor is a really special beer! Pour it into a flute and savour the fruity aroma then take a sip.  Sweet malts develop first, followed by a satisfying mouth filling mousse and finally a gentle bitterness. “Delicious as an aperitif and also with creamy cheese,” – Jane Peyton (Beer sommelier & School of booze and Beer o’clock author)