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Amwell Springs Brewing Co. (Cholsey) - Easy Geez Pale Ale (4.5%)

Easy Geez has a vibrant personality. hops a plenty straight from the off with a unique, unmistakable style.

Sponsored by Mike Trethewey

Bond Brews (Wokingham) - Best of British (4%)

Brewed using three blends of malted barley and wheat to provide a full bodiedd, rich copper coloured, nutty and biscuity session bitter.

Sponsored by Vehicle Weighing Solutions

Brakspear (Henley) & Toast Brewert - Henley on Toast (4.1%)

Using surplus fresh bread from Lawlor’s Bakery and fresh oranges, this is a rich auburn ale with tart bitterness and a hint of citrussy zest.

Sponsored by The Head Partnership Solicitors

Elusive Brewing (Finchamstead) & Framework Brewery – Amoebatrons’ Revenge (4.8%)

A deep mahogany coloured stout with oats and milk sugar producing a creamy base onto which vanilla and tonka has been layered. Smooth and easy drinking with a hint of sweetness and roast. Unfined.

Sponsored by Altrad


Fishers Brew Co (High Wycombe) – Dunkel (5%)

A cold fermented German dunkel. Dark, rich and fruity, it's made with Munich malt, lager yeast and noble hops.

Sponsored by Angel on the Bridge           


Hook Norton Brewery (Hook Norton) - Hooky (3.5%)

A subtly balanced, amber bitter, hoppy to the nose, malty on the palate – the classic session beer, eminently drinkable.

Sponsored by Mike Thomas


Indigenous Brewery (Chaddleworth) - Ammo Belle American Pale Ale (5.6%)

A well hopped American Pale Ale. Generously hopped with Cascade and Citra, it delivers a great floral aroma, lots of fruity notes, and a moderately dry finish.

Sponsored by Doug Ash


Loddon Brewery (Dunsden) - Russet (4.5%)

A multi-grain red beer brewed with seven different malts and four hops to produce an Autumnal beer packed with flavour and aroma.

Sponsored by Breathe Energy & Soren Nielsen


Loose Cannon (Abingdon) - 42 Pointer (4.2%)

Initial aromas of orange and citrus make way for a smooth malt base with toffee and biscuit notes and a medium bitterness refreshes the mouth to be ready for the next sip!

Sponsored by Alan Popham & Joe Whitby


LoveBeer (Milton) - Dr Roo Double Citra Pale (3.7%)

A golden pale ale made with english malted barley and ideal for a summer session beer. Double hopped with citra the aroma and taste are typically citrus and zesty but fresh and light.

Sponsored by Draper Lang


Malt the Brewery (Great Missenden) - Summer Dayz (4%)

A light yet flavoursome ale Malt Summer Daze is made with a New Zealand hop that gives it a tropical fruitiness and distinctive aroma.

Sponsored by Steve Rees & Dax Aiken


New Wharf Brewing Co (Maidenhead) - Tea with Erin Earl Grey IPA (4.5%)

American Pale Ale infused with generous amounts of Earl Grey Tea and using their flagship ERIN'S as a base. Unfined.

Sponsored by John Kernick


OxBrew (Enstone) and Tap Social (Oxford) – Bean Counter (4.0%)

A rich Coffee Stout – dark, aromatic and full-bodied.

Sponsored by John Louth


Rebellion (Marlow) - Roasted Nuts (4.6%)           

A deep ruby, complex and flavoursome beer, packed with intense and distinctive malt & hop character.

Sponsored by Steve Gant (SFG Property Services Ltd)


Ricochet Brewery (Twyford) - Oatmeal Pale (4.8%)

A pale ale brewed with oats and lactose, before being dry hopped with American hops for rich, floral aroma. Unfined.

Sponsored by Royal House Dental Centre


Siren Craft Brew (Finchampstead) - Broken Dream Breakfast Stout (6.5%)

The newly crowned Supreme Champion beer of Britain 2018 is a velvety slick stout binding smoke and coffee aromas with milk, oats and a gentle touch of chocolate. Includes lactose and locally roasted coffee beans. Unfined.

Sponsored by Talefin


Shotover Brewing Co (Horspath) - Prospect (3.7%)                                                                          

A striking combination of English Golding and Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand tops off this modest alcohol, big flavour, session bitter.

Sponsored by Phil Woodall


Stardust (White Waltham) - Optic Pale Ale (4.2%)

Capturing the full potential of the fruity American hop flavours, this beer is designed to slip down easily while packing in the best of the hop properties. 

Sponsored by Andy Woodall


Tap Social (Oxford) - Get our hops off IPA (5.1%)

Pours light yellow, an American style IPA with a moderate ABV. Medium bitterness upfront followed by massive hits of peach passionfruit and mango in both flavour and aroma. Unfined.

Sponsored by Chris Reeves


Vale Brewery (Aylesbury) - Black Swan (3.9%)

Dark and smooth with hints of chocolate and coffee on the nose and a soft rounded malt finish.

Sponsored by Aubrey Doran


West Berkshire Brewery (Yattendon) - Session Pale (3.6%)

Vic Secret, Citra, Galaxy, Chinook & Summit hops interpenetrate to create this punchy, tropical, floral sensation of a session pale.

Sponsored by GD Evans Interiors Ltd


Wild Weather Ales (Silchester) - The Tropical IPA (6%)

Packed with Mango, Orange, Tangerine & Strawberry. The Tropical packs a fruit punch into every sip. With a massive fruit punch nose, making way for a gentle bitter finish. Unfined.

Sponsored by Laurence Menswear


Windsor and Eton (Windsor) - Kellerbier (4.7%)

Served fresh from the cask following a secondary fermentation, this beer has all the advantages of traditional fresh British “Real Ale” but with the refreshing lightness of true lager beer. 

Sponsored by BBO Recruitment Ltd & Henley Hawks Kids First & Juniors


Animal Brewery (Long Crendon) - Lion London porter (4.6%)                                                      

Brewed with a traditional recipe and re-engineered London Water, this is an easy drinking beer with a rich, dark character matched with a toasty aroma and a hint of sweet earthy notes.

Sponsored by Mel Smaje & Chris Irons



Lovibonds (Henley) - Loud American (4.7%)

Loud is their nod to the beer style that started the US craft beer revolution, it has a basic malt bill letting the Loud American hops shine through.

Sponsored by Dallas & Co Solicitors


Lovibonds (Henley) - Lucky Lager (4.2%)

Lucky is inspired by the easiest drinking lagers.  It uses local malted barley, a touch of flaked maize, German noble hops and an authentic lager yeast.

Sponsored by Think Forwards 



Tutts Clump (Bucklebury) - Rhubarb (4%)

This medium/sweet Real Cider is lovingly crafted in West Berkshire from a blend of apples before being infused with real rhubarb juice.

Sponsored by Peppard Building Supplies


Tutts Clump (Bucklebury) - Berkshire Diamond (4.5%)

This medium Real Cider is handmade in the heart of the Royal County of Berkshire blended from a variety of fresh hand-picked apples.

Sponsored by Ed Cassar                                                                                                                

Huge thanks to all of our Sponsors in helping make the event a success;