We pride ourselves on our real ales served under gravity straight from a still at the back of the bar. Our current selection of beers are listed below.


We held our 14th Beer festival (2017) featuring some great bitters, ales and cyders, on Sat 26th August and Sun 27th August.

For full details of all the beers that will be served

For details of local CAMRA click here>

The Brewing Process
Brewing is a process steeped in tradition. Harvested East Anglian barley grains are first kiln dried to produce that characteristic flavour of malt. Malt is then milled and 'mashed' in hot liquor to produce a sweet 'wort' that is boiled together with whole hops. Next the hopped wort is cooled then fermented by adding yeast. Hops were not introduced into the brewing process until the 16th Century when Flemish immigrants began growing hops in Kent. The flowers from the hop vines are dried in oast houses before being added to the beer. They improved the keeping qualities, added a rich aroma and bitter flavour to the beer.   





Light, hoppy and bitter. Brewed using a standard pale malt and crystal malt mix with Goldings and Fuggles hops.
Location: Debenham, Suffolk for further details on their website click here>

    MAULDONS, DICKENS 4.0% abv

A light coloured bitter with a fine distinctive hop nose. It delivers a refreshingly dry fruity finish. 

Location: Sudbury,  Suffolk


National Guest Ale


An extremely pleasant, easy to drink bitter, light straw coloured beer with a terrific fresh, hoppy aroma. The original summer golden ale. 

Champion Beer of Britain Silver 2002 plus multiple others 

Location: Salisbury 






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