On Tap

Our shops have a range of taps with continually changing cask and keg beer to drink in, or take home in 1 or 2 litre sizes and occasionally 500ml bottles. We fill one-way disposable containers (included in the prices below) or reusable growlers, both available in store. Tap take home beer is best enjoyed as fresh as possible, ideally within 2-3 days.

Please select your shop above to see what’s currently on.

On tap now: Hitchin

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Pastore | Del Mare Sea Buckthorn

Sour, 3.8%, Keg

From Pastore:

A gose style sour beer, brewed with sea salt and coriander, fermented with our fresh sour culture of Hornindal Kveik and Lactobacillus and conditioned on a vast amount of Sea Buckthorn puree.

£9.35 N/A

Omnipollo | Anagram 2021

Imperial Stout, 12%, Keg

From Omnipollo:

Friends, family, kindred spirits. Inspiration comes in many shapes and forms. In this case it’s in a Blueberry Cheesecake Stout. Brewed with blueberries and aromas.


Howling Hops | Blankets

Pale Ale, 4.2%, Keg

From Howling Hops:

Blankets is the newest soft and fluffy creation from the Pale Ale department. Citra, Columbus and Cascade in sheer suppable balance. Pure, silky comfort.

£8.95 £17.00

Howling Hops | House IPA

India Pale Ale, 6.9%, Keg

From Howling Hops:

House IPA is our core NEIPA. It's got a light and fluffy body,  delicate carbonation, and a big-hitting dry-hop combo of Mosaic and Motueka. Aromas and flavours of mango and pineapple burst on the palate. A super drinkable and very moreish IPA.

£9.70 N/A

Howling Hops | Push Push

Pale Ale, 5.8%, Keg

From Howling Hops:

Switch off the grey skies. Switch on Citra, Azacca and Sabro for a tropical cocktail of silky, pineapple and passion fruit flavours. This is a DDH Pale Ale firing on all cylinders. Push it!

£9.20 £17.40

Howling Hops | Biffed The Landing

Pale Ale, 5.6%, Keg

From Howling Hops:

So, like, I was carving the oats and wheat half-pipe; goofy stance with Pils base malt; went for the three sixty DDH kickflip; stacked it into a pile of Idaho 7 and Citra. Gnarly.

£8.10 N/A

The Kernel Brewery | Export Stout

Stout, 6.6%, Keg

Based on a recipe from a London Brewery in 1890. Simple recipe, massive taste. Dark, dark black. Oily texture. Loads of rich dried fruit and alcohol warmth ­ rum and raisin. Then a herbal hop bitterness on top of huge lingering espresso. Hints of leather, tar, smoke, vanilla and chocolate. Roasty.

£8.05 £15.05

Pomona Island | 50 Eggs

India Pale Ale, 6.8, Keg

From Pomona Island:

I can drink a DDH IPA. Nobody can drink a DDH IPA. Did you ever drink a DDH IPA? Nobody ever drank a DDH IPA. My boy says he can drink a DDH IPA with Mosaic, Simcoe & Azacca!

£11.70 N/A

North x Mad Scientist | Eclipse DIPA

Double India Pale Ale, 8%, Keg

From North:

It’s DIPA time round two! This time we’ve hooked up with Hungary’s Mad Scientist, known for the outlandish flavour combinations and experimentation, we first brewed with Mad Scientist over at their place in 2019! Now, we’re playing out our house!

The DIPA is filled with extra pale malt, heaps of naked oats and generous dose of wheat and has come out pillowy soft. Our house yeast has moved its way through those sugars and left behind loads of lovely fruity esters. Simply Hops have provided us with Australia’s latest hop offering, Eclipse, lacing the beer with loads of sweet and pulpy orange marmalade, bright citrus zest and prickly pine needles.

£18.25 N/A

Paulaner | Münchner Hell

Lager, 4.9%, Keg

From Paulaner:

Our Original Munich Lager is a true classic with its clear and bright gold sparkling hue, crowned by a pure white head. A beer which always goes down well: mild, elegant malts, with a hint of sweetness and a soft hint of hops in the background. This Munich beer is ideal to accompany spare ribs and spicy dishes. Just try it!

£6.15 N/A

Snails Bank | Peach Melba

Fruit Cider, 4%, Cask

Juicy peach cider rippled with sharp raspberry.

£6.15 N/A

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Cask ale undergoes secondary fermentation in the barrel. Fresh live beer is put straight into the barrel where it remains alive and kicking until it lands in your glass. Cask ale is considered to be 'Real Ale'.


Keg beer uses pressured carbon dioxide to dispense the beer. It’s served colder and generally more carbonated than cask ale. Some kegs undergo secondary fermentation in the barrel the same as cask ale. Kegs suit many styles of beer including lagers, pale ales and sour beers.


The prices above include one way takout bottles. We can also fill reusable Growlers from our taps if you bring one in, or you can purchase a Beer Shop Growler in store. The discounts are £0.30 for 1 litre, and £0.50 for 2 litre quantities.