Our "session" bitter is Irfon Valley Bitter, brewed at 3.6% abv as an answer to those
keg beer drinkers who claim that real ales are too strong for them, and to those
ale drinkers who reckon that anything below 4% is flavourless.
Next at 4.4% abv comes our award winning Welsh Black, a fine, complex, particularly
smooth stout, full of flavour with notes of liquorice. It was voted winner in its
class at the CAMRA Great Welsh Beer & Cider Festival in June 2009.
The next up the strength scale is Aur Cymru, ("Welsh Gold" in Welsh), a clear, bright
3.8% golden ale with a clean refreshing taste. An initial bitterness gives way to
a sweeter, floral body as the Cascade hops burst through and citrus notes linger
to the finish.
Then there is our standard, the Heart of Wales Bitter at 4.1% abv. A light chestnut
bitter in the Northern style, it has a fine smooth balance between malt and hop.
Eminently moreish it has the ability to satisfy your thirst whilst leaving you wanting
The final addition to our line-up of regulars is Inn Stable, aimed to please those
who look for an ale "with a bit of a kick". At 6.8% abv it requires a little respect,
particularly with its deceptive smoothness and the ease with which it goes down.
Then there is Noble Eden Ale (don't say it too quickly!) at 4.6% abv, a dark brown
premium ale bursting with fruit and malt, with just a hint of chocolate to tickle
the tastebuds. A full bodied, flavoursome brown ale.
Brewed for the Cambrian Mountains initiative, which is inspired by HRH The Prince
of Wales who is it’s president.