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Bitters
Caffreys
Offers a smooth delivery, with a distinctive, pronounced taste but is also mellow and accessible. It offers drinkers a uniquely distinctive type of beer the cold freshness of lager, the texture of stout and the subtle, mellow flavour of ale. Caffrey's Irish Ale is an ale launched in 1994 by Bass Brewery and currently owned by Molson Coors
Guinness
Guinness is a dark Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness at St. James's Gate, Dublin, Ireland, in 1759. It is one of the most successful alcohol brands worldwide, brewed in almost 50 countries, and available in over 120. Sales in 2011 amounted to 850 million litres
John Smiths Smooth
A legend in the beer world, John Smith's is a classic, clean Yorkshire bitter, with a distinct smooth and creamy texture. Distinct cereal character with elements of toffee and biscuit./td>
Samuel Smiths Sovereign
A pale coloured beer with a delicate flavour and a pleasant floral aroma producing a satisfying, refreshing, easy to drink ale despite the relatively high alcohol content.
Samuel Smiths Old Brewery Bitter
Brewed using hard water drawn from the original well sunk in stone Yorkshire squares to create a full-bodied malty, toffee-ish tasting, creamy beer of unique character.
Worthington
Superbly creamy, with velvety hints of rich buttered malt loaf, chilled malted milk and banana split in every sip. Intensified with liquorice notes, nutty toffee, and a basket of mixed fruits.
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