We offer a range of five ales, including two permanent and three guests. Our freehouse status allows us to support local breweries as well as some of the country's more recognised names. If there is a beer you want to see, please let us know and we will do our up-most to get it in.
(The beers and ciders on offer can be subject to changes and availability)
Ringwood Forty Niner - 4.9%
A golden ale that is bright and full of rich flavours to satisfy the most refined palate.
Purity Mad Goose - 4.2%
A zesty pale ale with a smooth and citrusy finish.
Robinsons - 4.5%
This Herefordshire cider is lovingly crafted using only local British cider apples unfiltered and gently carbonated this cider really does bring you "closer to the apple".
Stowfords Press - 4.5%
This medium dry cider is perfect for all occasions, be it rain or shine. A combination of sticking to their Herefordshire roots and using modern technology has allowed this cider to become a mainstay in many pubs.
Carlsberg Export - 5.0%
Carlsberg Export is a premium strength lager, with a refined and satisfying taste. Brewed to the original Danish recipe, it has deep malty notes and a distinct bitterness that generate a full flavoured lager.
Warsteiner - 4.8%
A refreshing, pale golden pilsener with a clean taste perfectly balanced with hints of barley malt, subtle bottom fermenting yeast tones and mild hoppy bitterness.
Stella 4 - 4.0%
An easy drinking lager with refreshing malty sweetness and zesty flavours. The pioneering triple filtered brewing process ensures that every drop is refined for maximum refreshment and smoothness.
Guinness - 4.1%
A popular Irish dry stout with a thick, creamy head from St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide.
The Hop Shed
A variety of different beers from the Hop Shed in Suckley, located 4.4 miles from the Pub showcasing the best of local beers around Malvern.
2 Guest Taps
We also have 2 taps dedicated to showcasing seasonal beer from selected breweries from across the UK, both near and far