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Christmas Wine & Spirits

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  • Every drop of Jack Daniel’s is still made in Lynchburg, Tennessee at the oldest registered distillery in the United States. Before maturing in new American oak barrels, the whiskey is dripped through 10 feet of sugar maple charcoal to make it unmistakably smooth.
    £25.00(£3.57/100ml)
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  • A premium London Dry gin, distilled from 100% neutral grain spirit. Bombay Sapphire is a London Dry premium gin, which is uniquely different from other gins in the marketplace. This difference lies in the fragrances and flavours of its ten exotic botanicals coupled with a unique distillation process called Vapour Infusion. It's a unique blend of Mediterranean lemon peel, juniper berries, almonds and orris, balanced by a heady mix of coriander, liquorice, angelica and cassia bark and spiced with cubeb berries and grains of paradise. When combined according to a recipe dating back to 1761 something exquisite is brought to Bombay Sapphire. Unlike some gins, which 'boil' their botanicals together with the spirit, Bombay Sapphire distils its spirit alone. The spirit vapour from this distillation then gently passes through a copper basket containing the botanicals. This infuses the subtle aromatic flavours from each of the ten botanicals into the spirit vapour resulting in a crisp, delicately balanced taste and making Bombay Sapphire the most elegant and versatile of dinner guests.
    £25.00 £20.00(£2.00/100ml)
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  • Established in 1862 in Santiago de Cuba BACARDI Superior Rum became the world's first premium aged white rum. To produce such a superior spirit Don Facundo Bacardi combined the best of dark spirits production techniques (ageing and blending) with his pioneering filtration process (charcoal filtration, now used by other white spirits) to create the perfectly balanced mixing rum that neither overpowers nor disappears in your drink. BACARDI Superior Rum Tasting Notes: Appearance: Clear, polished, shimmering and bright, water white Aroma/Nose: Impressions of light vanilla, (which serves to bring up the other flavours) and fresh apricot. Crisp woody herbs (lavender, thyme), flowers, subtle fresh fruits, soft nuts (ground almonds/marzipan), light banana Taste/Palate: Mild, soft, aromatic and delicate. Candied fruit, crystallised fruit, impressions of vanilla and apricot, sweet, creamy almond/marzipan flavours (almond croissant), Sweet fruity overtones, smooth and light. Finish: Dry, crisp and very clean finish, slightly sweet.
    £17.50(£2.50/100ml)
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  • GLENFIDDICH STAND FAST. THE GLENFIDDICH DISTILLERY. DISTILLED AND MATURED IN THE VALLEY OF THE DEER where the distillery has stood SINCE 1887. 12 YEARS OLD. Over time our signature malt develops complex rounded flavours with elegant notes of fresh pear and subtle oak. In 1886 William Grant set out to create the "best dram in the valley". Within a year he had built his distillery in The Glen of Fiddich, Gaelic for The Valley of the Deer. The first spirit flowed from the stills on Christmas Day 1887. The "best dram in the valley" still flows four generations later. The Grant family and the community of expert craftsmen at The Glenfiddich Distillery continue William Grant's original philosophy, preserving time honoured methods as well as exploring new possibilities in single malt Scotch whisky making. The Glenfiddich 12 Year Old is our signature single malt Scotch whisky. Made by the Distiller of the Year 2005 and 2006, Glenfiddich 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been awarded a gold medal by the prestigious International Wine and Spirit Competition. THE INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRIT COMPETITION. SPIRIT 2005. GOLD. INTERNATIONAL Spirits CHALLENGE 2005. DISTILLER OF THE YEAR. INTERNATIONAL Spirits CHALLENGE 2006. DISTILLER OF THE YEAR. To find out more about the Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky range and history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit our website. www.glenfiddich.com
    £18.00(£5.14/100ml)
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  • DISTILLED AND MATURED IN THE VALLEY OF THE DEER where the distillery has stood SINCE 1887. Over time our signature malt develops complex rounded flavours with elegant notes of fresh pear and subtle oak. In 1886 William Grant set out to create the "best dram in the valley". Within a year he had built his distillery in The Glen of Fiddich, Gaelic for The Valley of the Deer. The first spirit flowed from the stills on Christmas Day 1887. The "best dram in the valley" still flows four generations later. The Grant family and the community of expert craftsmen at The Glenfiddich Distillery continue William Grant's original philosophy, preserving time honoured methods as well as exploring new possibilities in single malt Scotch whisky making. The Glenfiddich 12 Year Old is our signature single malt Scotch whisky. Made by the Distiller of the Year 2005 and 2006, Glenfiddich 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been awarded a gold medal by the prestigious international Wine and Spirit Competition. To find out more about the Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky range and history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit our website. www.glenfiddich.com Skilfully crafted, enjoy responsibly William Grant & Sons Ltd. 40% vol.
    £34.80(£4.97/100ml)
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  • Distilled, matured and bottled at the Glenfiddich distillery World's most awarded single malt Scotch whisky Single malt scotch whisky Glenfiddich® Gran Reserva has patiently matured and mellowed in American oak casks for 21 years. After achieving a rich smoothness, it is then decanted in to hand-selected rum casks for a further four months, infusing this unique Glenfiddich with a spicy warmth and indulgent toffee sweetness, with hints of tobacco.
    £91.00(£13.00/100ml)
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  • Non chill-filtered Product of Scotland Single malt Scotch whisky This exceptional whisky has matured in American and European Oak at The Glenfiddich Distillery for 15 years. William Grant & Sons Distilled and matured in the valley of the deer where the distillery has stood since 1887
    £50.00(£7.14/100ml)
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    Brilliantly refreshing lager. Carling is made with 100% British Barley. Carling believe that British barley makes better tasting beer, which is why they only source locally and make a point of knowing where all their barley comes from. Carling, sponsor of the Carling Cup, enjoy football, enjoy beer! Enjoy Carling...take it easy.

    This beer contains: Alc 4%. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £3.79
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  • Badger Fursty Ferrett Premium Ale is light golden brown with a sweet nutty palate and a hoppy aroma with hints of Seville oranges. It has a malty smell with a delicate spicy hop and orange aroma. It goes extraordinarily well with cheeses, flapjacks and cookies. Country crafted and full of character. Legend suggests that this ale is named after the inquisitive local ferrets who frequented the Gribble Inn back door to sample its own reputed brew. Serve chilled.

    This ale contains: 4.4% alc./vol. 2.2 UK Units. Please drink alcohol responsibly
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • Badger Golden Champion Ale is an award winning ale of the finest quality. It’s light golden, delicately strong and refreshingly light with a scrumptiously fruity flavour and delicate tangerine aroma. It has a crisp and fruity taste, with hint of elderflower. Golden Champion ale is distinguished by its subtle elderflower aroma, reminiscent of a summer's evening. It's"summer in a glass" all year round and the perfect complement to BBQs and salads. Badger has been brewing fine ales since 1977. This Badger ale beer is particularly rewarding when served chilled.



    This ale contains: 5.0% alc. /vol. 2.5 UK units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • Badger Golden Glory Ale is a well balanced golden amber brown premium ale. It has a distinctive bitterness and a delicate floral peach and melon aroma. Legend has it that the gift of peach blossom brings good fortune to the recipient, and the multiple award-winning Golden Glory is proof this still holds true today. With an "absolutely glorious" floral blend of aromatic and bitter hops and a delicate peach and melon aroma, Glory is the ideal ale to complement duck pâté or cheesecake.

    This ale contains: 4.5% alc. /vol. 2.3 UK units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.99 £1.59(31.8p/100ml)
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  • PROUD OF OUR PREMIUM BREW. "Deceptively drinkable". Many year ago the Head Brewer, John Woodhouse, invited his staff to sample his latest creation. On rising to go, he experienced a sudden loss of steering and so unwittingly fell upon a name for this legendary ale. Tanglefoot is a "deceptively drinkable" golden ale with hints of melon and pear developed from fermentation. SEE Light amber, copper. SMELL Fruity, scented hop, cereal. TASTE Crisp/sweet, spicy overtones.
    £5.79 any 2 FOR £10.00(29p/25p/100ml)
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  • Badger Tanglefoot Premium Ale is a deceptively drinkable golden ale with hints of melon and pear. It smells fruity and of scented hop and cereal. It’s surprisingly light amber colour and has a smooth taste and a crisp, dry finish. It does have some sweet and spicy overtones though! Tanglefoot won Double Gold at the Brewing Industry International Awards when first brewed. Badger has been brewing fine ales since 1977. Many years ago the Head Brewer, John Woodhouse, invited his staff to sample his latest creation. On rising to go, he experienced a sudden loss of steering and so unwittingly fell upon a name for this legendary ale. Tanglefoot is ideal for steak and ale pies.

    This ale contains: 5.0% alc. /vol. 2.5 UK units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • First Gold Single English Hop A noble character A clean, fresh, distinctive ale with hints of orange and spice from the hop, perfect with traditional English roasts. England's Own This award-winning brew's spirited origin is reflected in its uplifting flavours of white grape and melon. A fitting accompaniment to Sunday roast chicken or a whole baked trout with a squeeze of lemon. Poacher's Choice This rich, smooth brew has a softly spiced sweetness with dark liquorice notes and a fruity damson aroma. A gutsy ruby ale that is well matched with hearty game pie or a tangy mature cheese. Blandford Flyer A medium-bodied brew with warm ginger notes and a rounded sweetness; it makes a refreshing accompaniment to a hot lamb biryani or spicy crispy chilli beef. Badger ales have been brewed in the heart of the Dorset countryside since 1777. We combine hops and malted barley with pure spring water filtered naturally through the Cretaceous chalk downs of Dorset, to create the distinctive character of our Badger ales. There is a wide range of Badger ales; each inspired by traditional recipes and flavours from the countryside. We hope you enjoy discovering a different character in every bottle.
    £6.00(30p/100ml)
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  • Black sheep ale is crisp, dry and bittersweet. A superb full flavoured premium bitter that’s chestnut brown in appearance and is packed full of fruit, malt and hops. Its malty roasted coffee aroma can be traced back to the Golding Hops used in the brewing process. Black Sheep ale is a culmination of five generations of brewing expertise. Brewed at the Black Sheep Brewery in Masham, North Yorkshire. Great with red meats and cheese.
    This ale contains: Alc. 4.4% vol./2.2 UK Units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.97 3 FOR £5.00(39.4p/33.3p/100ml)
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  • Greene Abbot Ale is brewed longer for a distinctive full flavour. An irresistible ale with masses of fruit characters, a malty richness and superb hop balance. Brewed in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, to a unique recipe using pale, amber and crystal, malts, making it the full flavoured, smooth and mature beer it is today.

    This ale contains: Alc. 5% vol./2.5 UK Units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • Greene King IPA ale is an award winning, perfectly balanced, premium quality beer brewed in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The official beer of English Rugby. IPA stands for India Pale Ale, a particular type of beer that was brewed for export to expatriates during the days of the Indian Raj. Hops have a preservative effect on beer, so an unusually large quantity were used in the brewing process to ensure that the beer remained in good condition during the long sea voyage to India. To this day Greene King IPA retains the distinctive hoppy taste and aroma. The characteristic hoppy taste and aroma comes from the use of Challenger and First Gold hops, which are combined with pale and crystal malts to create this perfectly balanced, premium quality beer. It’s easy to drink, making the perfect choice for any occasion. It’s refreshing on its own but it’s also great with curries, Mexican dishes and other spicy foods.

    This ale contains: Alc. 3.6% vol./1.8 UK Units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £4.50(22.5p/100ml)
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  • John Smith’s Extra Smooth is a 3.8% ale with a distinct cereal character. It has malty and caramel flavours complimented by some fruitiness. It is both sweet and bitter and is creamy smooth in texture. John Smith’s Extra Smooth was launched in 1993 and is now the nation's number 1 Ale. The boffins say it has a distinct cereal character, with malty, caramel notes being complemented by some fruitiness. But we just think it’s a right good pint. Serve Cold. John Smith's is available in 4x440ml can, 10x440ml pack and 15x440ml pack.
    £3.97(22.6p/100ml)
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  • A classic Abbey beer which is sweet and smooth, warming and full bodied. The beer has hints of quince, goosberry, bitter cherry and apple flavours, together with cloves, nutmeg and all spice.
    £2.50(33.3p/100ml)
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  • A selection of Ales to savour from England's finest breweries Marston's EPA The reinvention of the classic English Pale Ale beer style, which made Burton Upon Trent the brewing capital of England due to the unique mineral qualities of the spring water from the Trent valley. This refreshing, light blonde ale with subtle citrus flavours and a delicate bitter aftertaste suits the subtle flavours of chicken & fish dishes. Brakspear Bitter Brewed using the unique Brakspear 'Double Drop' system, to provide a robust second stage of fermentation with English Fuggles & Goldings hops to deliver a very satisfying, full flavoured Amber ale with a bitter sweet, fruity finish. Works well with stronger flavoured red meat and game dishes. Ringwood Fortyniner Join the golden rush with Fortyniner and you'll discover a golden brown, full-bodied malty beer with a deep bitter sweet finish. This beautifully balanced beer crafted with English malt and a blend of Goldings, Progress, Fuggles & Challenger Hops is perfect with juicy sausages, pies and hard cheeses. Wychwood Hobgoblin A beer of mischievous character. The legendary Hobgoblin is a blend of smooth, rich flavours from chocolate and crystal malts, combined with a refreshing bitterness from English Fuggles hops and a dash of citrus aroma from Styrian Goldings hops. The rich flavour compliments sweeter foods like roasts, meat pies and burgers. Banks's Bitter From the heart of the Black country comes this classic easy drinking beer with malty, hoppy flavours and a refreshing clean, bitter finish. Deep gold in colour, it's an outstanding example of a classic English ale, compliments lighter chicken & fish dishes. Serve chilled. Jennings Cocker Hoop Brewed on the banks of the River Cocker and CAMRA's bronze medal winner at the 1999 Champion Beer of Britain, it's easy to be boastful about this stunning light refreshing golden ale; full of flavour with a fresh citrus finish. Its citrus flavours are an easy partner for tangy pasta dishes & tomato-based casseroles. Take an ale trail amongst England's finest breweries, from the South coast to the Lake District, showcasing how great beers, like fine wines, have a diversity of flavours and characteristics to savour and enjoy. Jennings www.jenningsbrewery.co.uk Established in 1828 by John Jennings Snr, the Jennings brewery is located in the Cumbrian town of Cockermouth. Nestled between the rivers Cocker & Derwent, the brewery uses pure Lakeland water to deliver beers with a genuine taste of the Lake District. Marston's www.marstondontcompromise.com Marston's brewery is based in Burton-Upon-Trent, renowned as the home of British brewing, due to the unique quality of its spring water for brewing ales. Throughout the world other brewers have to artificially "Burtonise" their brewing water, Marston's don't have to compromise. Brakspear www.brakspear-beers.co.uk Brewed in Oxfordshire since the early 18th Century, Brakspear beers are brewed at the Wychwood brewery in Witney, using their original Victorian fermentation vessels to preserve the famous Brakspear Double Drop method of fermentation. Ringwood www.ringwoodbrewery.co.uk A relative newcomer, founded in 1978, Ringwood Brewery has grown to be Hampshire's leading brewer, located on the edge of the New Forest in the market town of Ringwood, on the site of the former 18th Century Tunks Brewery. Wychwood www.wychwood.co.uk Located in the Cotswold market town of Witney on the fringes of the ancient medieval forest of Wychwood. The Brewers take inspiration from the myths and legends associated with the ancient Wychwood forest to create a range of award winning, characterful ales. Banks's www.bankssbrewery.co.uk Banks's Beers are only brewed at Park Brewery, Wolverhampton, where our Head Brewer and his team are fastidious about quality. They have an uncomplicated view about their art and live by the motto "to brew the best beers you must use the best natural ingredients".
    £20.89(34.8p/100ml)
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  • MATURED IN THE BURTON UNION OAK BARRELS Since 1834. Crafted with English Pale Ale Malt And Fuggles & Golding Hops. Matured In Oak Casks For A Fuller Flavour. Pedigree is brewed in its own 'Cathedral of Brewing'. The world-famous Burton Union brewing system of 264 interlinked oak barrels encourages Pedigree to ferment and slowly mature like no other beer in the world. Its English Fuggles and Golding hops deliver a balanced, slightly spicy bitterness under-pinned by a luscious, malty body. Enjoy it with flavour-rich foods like steaks, roasts and sausages. OFFICIAL BEER OF ENGLAND.
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • Morland Old Speckled Hen is a satisfying, finely balanced ale with a smooth, rich malty taste. A distinctive rich malty taste bursting with character, fruity aroma and deliciously smooth. It perfectly complements full flavoured foods such as roasts, game and cured meats. Did you know that this ale was first brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MG car factory and affectionately named after an old MG car used as a factory runaround?

    This ale contains: Alc 5.2% vol. 2.6 units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £5.99 2 FOR £10.00(30p/25p/100ml)
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  • Morland Old Speckled Hen is an ale of real character. Old Speckled Hen is a finely balanced, deliciously smooth pale ale with a subtle blend of flavours and rich malty taste. Perfect for every occasion and great with friends and food! It owes its distinctive character to a unique strain of yeast first used in 1896 and reflects brewing skills developed across more that 280 years of independent brewing history. It perfectly complements full flavoured foods such as roasts, game and cured meats. Did you know that this ale was first brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MG car factory and affectionately named after an old MG car used as a factory runaround?

    This ale contains: Alc 5.2% vol. 2.6 units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.99(39.8p/100ml)
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  • Newcastle Brown Ale is a full-flavoured smooth ale with refreshing lightness. It was created in 1927 by Colonel Jim Porter in Newcastle, England during two years of painstaking development, where he sought to develop a unique tasting beer combining the full flavour of ale with easy drinkability. The end result was a smooth, caramel tasting ale with a slightly nutty aftertaste - the original and definitive brown ale. Newcastle Brown Ale is an iconic brand and the No.1 packaged ale in the UK, offering great taste and value. It is sold in over 40 countries worldwide and is one of the fastest selling beers in the US. Newcastle Brown Ale's delicate fruit aroma and caramel and nutty malt taste make it pleasurable and easy to drink.

    This ale contains: Alc. 4.7% vol/2.6 EU units. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.65(30p/100ml)
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  • Shepherd Neame Bishops Finger Kentish Strong Ale is a complex ale with hints of prunes, plums and apricots mixed amongst the hops, malt and spices. It has quite a peppery and cinnamon finish. Brewed since 1958, its one of Britain’s oldest bottled beers. Did you know that Bishops Finger is a protected and unique ale, so much so that it is only allowed to be brewed on a Friday by the head brewer and that it must be brewed using only 100% natural ingredients.
    This ale contains: Alc. 5.4% vol. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.97 3 FOR £5.00(39.4p/33.3p/100ml)
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  • Shepherd Neame Spitfire Premium Kentish Ale is well balanced ale. It is infused with hops and has hints of marmalade, red grapes and pepper amongst the warming malts and mild spices - very aromatic with a fruity finish. A delightful award winning ale with a string of tongue and cheek advertising campaigns. No wonder it’s developed such a cult following!

    This ale contains: Alc 4.5% vol. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £1.97 3 FOR £5.00(39.4p/33.3p/100ml)
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  • Finest Quality Traditional and Speciality Beers & Ales. Have you got the bottle? "Drink Different." THE QUEENS AWARDS FOR INTERNATIONAL ENTERPISE: INTERNATIONAL TRADE 2006.
    £7.35(36.8p/100ml)
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  • The 5.6% beer that made Masham famous! A rich, dark, smooth-tasting beer with an unequalled flavour. Brewed using the traditional Fuggle hop, Old Peculier is our best known beer and has a large and enthusiastic following all over Britain and around the world Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, Harrogate. With mysterious origins long lost in the mists of Masham time, Old Peculier is the perfect beer to sponsor the Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate and the Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, chosen by members of the public. We have featured six exclusive ten-word novels on the back of our bottles for you to enjoy. For further details, go to: www.harrogate-festival.org.uk/crime
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • Wells & Youngs Bombardier English Ale. Our own natural mineral water, the ripest English Fuggles hops and crushed Crystal malt deliver this experience of England in a glass. Peppery aromas give way to the perfect balance of malty richness, tangy hops and sultana fruit on the palate, with a long, soft spicy finish.
    £1.97(39.4p/100ml)
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  • Bottle conditioned Closer to cask for a fuller flavour Campaign for Real Ale - multiple award winner CAMRA says this is real ale Worthington's white shield ale. 'Our finest India Pale Ale for true IPA Connoisseurs' William Worthington first started brewing in 1744, becoming a pioneering figure in the industry. The secret to Worthington's success was the purity of Burton's water helping to create superior beers desired by many. To this day the William Worthington's Brewery continues to brew exceptional, quality ales at the heart of British brewing - The National Brewery Centre, Burton-upon-Trent. White Shield is the longest surviving India Pale Ale and one of the UK's most heavily decorated ales, having won numerous Campaign for Real Ale awards (CAMRA).
    £2.13(42.6p/100ml)
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  • A SELECTION OF FINE WYCHWOOD BEERS. Wychwood Brewery is located in the delightful Cotswold market town of Witney, on the fringes of the ancient medieval forest, the Wych Wood, after which it is named. The brewery is sited at the old Eagle Maltings, built more than 150 years ago. The brewers at Wychwood, as well as being passionate about beer, have been inspired by characters from myths and legends associated with the ancient Wych Wood forest to create our unique imagery. Today Wychwood hand brews a range of award winning ales & is the U.K.'s largest brewer of organic ales. For more information on our beers, merchandise & brewery tours please call: 01993 890800, or visit our website at: www.wychwood.co.uk A selection of four of our award winning & best loved beers. HOBGOBLIN. BREWERS OF CHARACTER. Traditionally Crafted Legendary Ruby Beer. The Legendary Hobgoblin is Wynchwood's flagship beer. Brewed with roasted malts & a secret blend of English Fuggles & Styrian Goldings hops to create a surprisingly refreshing, full-bodied, rich & fruity beer, with a delicious chocolate toffee malt flavour. Immensely quaffable & full of mischievous character. Wychcraft. THRICE HOPPED FOR FLAVOUR. HAND CRAFTED IN OXFORDSHIRE. Blonde Beer. A modern take on our traditional brewing, blends three hops & three malts for a wonderfully refreshing pale-straw coloured, dry 'Blond Beer'. Let our seductive recipe of Pale, Lager & Cara Malts with English Fuggles, Styrain Goldings & Cascade hops tempt & charm you with delectably dry, biscuity flavouurs & charmingly aromatic & fragrant overtones. Serve chilled and succumb. SCARECROW. BREWERS OF CHARACTER. ORGANIC GOLDEN PALE ALE. Fresh from Kentish gardens under the careful watch of the Scarecrow, organically grown English Barley Malt and whole leaf Target Hops evoke lazy, hazy days of summer. A thoughtful combination of tart citric fruit flavours perfectly balanced by a rich biscuity, maltiness and rounded off with a serenely satisfying spicy bittersweet finish. The pure essence of our harvest. GOLIATH. BREWERS OF CHARACTER. The Beer a slay a mighty thirst. Full bodied and robust, Goliath has real strength of character. Traditionally craft-brewed with Pale & Crystal Malts for a sturdy 'ruby' colour & rich malty taste. With a heft wack of English Fuggles & Styrain Goldings hops for a classic refreshing bitterness. The Beer to slay a mighty thirst...
    £7.45(37.3p/100ml)
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  • BREWERS OF CHARACTER. WYCHWOOD. WYCHWOOD BREWERY. AWARD WINNING BEERS. 5.2% Alc. Vol. Traditionally Crafted Legendary Ruby Beer. The Legendary Hobgoblin is a blend of smooth, rich flavours from chocolate and crystal malts, combined with a refreshing bitterness from English Fuggles hops and a dash of citrus aroma from Styrian Goldings...a beer full of mischievous character. Wychwood Brewery blends old traditions and new innovations to produce beers with real character and remains 'fiercely independent'. For more information, to book a Brewery Tour and to see our Legendary Merchandise Collection, please visit us at: www.hobgoblinbeer.com Jeremy Moss - Head Brewer. 2.6 UK Units. ALCOHOL - KNOW YOUR LIMITS. The UK Chief Medical Officer recommends adults do not regularly exceed: Men 3-4 units daily. Women 2-3 units daily. Avoid alcohol if pregnant or trying to conceive. Please drink sensibly. www.drinkaware.co.uk
    £1.97 any 3 FOR £5.00(39.4p/33.3p/100ml)
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  • FINE AGED. COMMITTED TO THE SAME EXACTING STANDARDS INTRODUCED BY ARTHUR BELL. ETD 1825. Arthur Bell + Sons. MATURED IN SELECTED OAK CASKS FOR A RICHER FLAVOUR.
    £22.10(£2.21/100ml)
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  • FINE AGED. COMMITTED TO THE SAME EXACTING STANDARDS INTRODUCED BY ARTHUR BELL. ESTD 1825. Arthur Bell + Sons. MATURED IN SELECTED OAK CASKS FOR A RICHER FLAVOUR.
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  • Whisky Canadian Club Appearance Pale amber. Nose Fresh, soft and nutty, full of spice, apple and vanilla, Palate Smooth and sweet, slightly spicy and woody with undertones of zest and vanilla. Finish Clean and dry with a subtle lingering wood taste. Bottled since 1858, Canadian Club was originally known as 'Club Whisky' because of its popularity in gentleman's clubs. It was prohibition that truly put Canadian whisky on the map. While US Spirit production was essentially shut down, Canadian Club boomed in the US as it was smuggled illicitly across the border. The only recognised Canadian whisky in the UK - The sole trust brand with a loyal following The only Canadian whisky blended prior to ageing - Yielding a smooth and mellow flavour like no other Double distilled and aged in white oak barrels - A unique, light flavoured, highly mixable whisky The only Canadian whisky marketed worldwide - Unique and recognised around the world
    £20.00(£2.86/100ml)
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  • Chivas Regal. 12 year old premium Scotch whisky. Chivas Regal has long been the world's favourite 12 year old Scotch whisky, renowned for its great taste. At Chivas Brothers, the Master Blender's art lies in his skilful selection of malt and grain whiskies in the Chivas Regal blend. Of these, malts from Speyside are at the heart of the famous rich, mellow taste. Enjoy the great taste of Chivas Regal, blended for a refined smoothness.
    £27.50(£3.93/100ml)
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  • A BLEND OF THE PUREST OLD SCOTCH WHISKIES DISTILLED, BLENDED AND BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND FOR JUSTERINI & BROOKS 40% vol. By Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen Wine Merchants Justerini & Brooks Ltd By Appointment to Their Late Majesties King George III. King George IV. King William IV. Queen Victoria. King Edward VII. King George V. King George VI. And to His Late Royal Highness The Prince of Wales (1921 - 1936) Established 1749 THE HEART OF J&B RARE. The fruity smoothness and elegant structure of J&B Rare are formed from the finest Speyside malt whiskies at the heart of the blend. After blending, many Scotch whiskies are returned to oak casks for a month of "marriage". To enhance J&B Rare's elegance of flavour, we take the selected malts from their casks, then "marry" them together in oak for a full year's maturation. This unique process creates a harmonious whisky and gives a distinctive smoothness and elegant balance at the very heart of J&B Rare.
    £22.40(£3.20/100ml)
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  • The distinctive character of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey with subtle notes of honey, the latest edition to our family is a little bit of honey a whole lot of Jack.
    £25.98(£3.71/100ml)
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  • Irish whiskey. John Jameson founded his whiskey distillery in Dublin in the year 1780. From the rich countryside of Ireland come nature's finest barley and crystal clear water. These natural ingredients are carefully distilled 3 times, to create the natural smooth whiskey that is 'Jameson'.
    £22.50(£3.21/100ml)
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  • 40% Vol By Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen Scotch Whisky Distillers John Walker and Sons Limited London
    Distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland A rich, intense, smoky blend containing whisky matured in deep charred old oak casks . Since 1820 John Walker & Sons have pursued a single-minded vision: 'To make our whisky of such quality that nothing shall come before it'. This dedication to perfect ensures that Black Label continues to be recognised by experts as the world's finest deluxe Scotch Whisky. Today, that pioneering spirit continues with the creation of JOHNNIE WALKER® DOUBLE BLACK™, a bold new addition to the JOHNNIE WALKER® BLACK LABEL® family. By expertly blending the more powerful, naturally smoky west coast whiskies with those matured in charred oak casks, our Master Blender introduces a deeper, smokier and more intense whisky with an essence all its own.
    £28.00 £24.00(£3.43/100ml)
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  • Blended Scotch whisky Gold Label Whisky Johnnie Walker® Gold Label Reserve™ has been personally crafted by the Johnnie Walker® Master Blender as a celebration of his art. He has handpicked prized casks from selected reserves - each matured to perfection - to create a bold blend of intense flavours which is every bit as luxurious and indulgent as its name suggests.
    £44.00(£6.29/100ml)
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  • BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLERS JONH WALKER AND SONS LIMITED LONDON. DISTILLED, BLENDED AND BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND. ESTABLISHED 1820. HIGHEST AWARDS. 1996 LONDON, 1925 DUNEDIN, 1897 BRISBANE, 1879 SYDNEY, 1885 PARIS, 1880 MELBOURNE, 1892 KIMBERLEY, 1887 ADELIANE, 1992 BRUSSELS, 1891 JAMAICA. 40% Vol. 28 UK Units. DRINK RESPONSIBLY. DRINKAWARE.CO.UK
    £19.70(£2.81/100ml)
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  • Famous Grouse blended Scotch whisky is matured for a long time in seasoned oak casks and bottled in Scotland. Matthew Gloag and Son established this Famous Grouse whisky in Perth Scotland in 1896. Their secret to this incredibly smooth whisky is the way they match and blend the fine rare Scotch whiskies that they use. For this whisky they have matched and blended Macallan and Highland Park fine malt whiskies with grain whiskies. The blend has notes of oak, sherry and citrus combined with a fruity and mature medium dry finish.

    The Famous Grouse is named after the Red Grouse, Scotland's national game bird. Originally, it was called ‘Grouse brand’ but it became so popular that in 1906, they decided to add ‘Famous’ to its title. By 1980 it was a brand leader in Scottish whisky and was awarded a Royal warrant. To this day, the Famous Grouse is still one of Scotland's favourite whiskies.

    40% vol. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £20.25(£2.03/100ml)
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  • MATTHEW GLOAG & SON. ESTD 1800 PERTH. A MARRIAGE OF FINEST SCOTCH WHISKIES MATURED IN SEASONED OAK CASKS. SCOTCH WHISKY BLENDERS ESTABLISHED 1800. Where, you may wonder, does The Famous Grouse get its name? It's from the Red Grouse, Scotland's national game bird. Where does it get its smooth taste? That comes from a blend of fine malt whiskies - including The Macallan and Highland Park - and sweet grain whiskies. And why is it Scotland's Favourite Whisky? Just open the bottle and all will be revealed.
    £17.50 £15.00(£2.14/100ml)
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  • Rich and warming from Scotland Suitable for vegetarians A classic Scotch, made with the finest single malts, matured in American bourbon casks and Spanish sherry butts and blended with Scottish grain whisky. The taste... Rich, mellow and warming, a well-balanced award-winning whisky with flavours of spice and honey.
    £18.49(£1.85/100ml)
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  • Rich and warming from Scotland Suitable for vegetarians A classic Scotch, made with the finest single malts, matured in American bourbon casks and Spanish sherry butts and blended with Scottish grain whisky. The taste.... Rich, mellow and warming, a well-balanced award-winning whisky with flavours of spice and honey.
    £7.05(£2.01/100ml)
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  • GLASGOW. DOUBLE MARRIAGE BLEND. DOUBLE LION BRAND. THE SECRET OF DOUBLE MARRIAGE. Whyte & Mackay is distinguished from other Blended Scotch Whiskies by the secret of its final maturation. Our Master Blender selects only the finest aged single malts and marries them together to form a lasting union. This 'first marriage' as it is known, lasts for several months. Aged grain whiskies are then blended with the malts and allowed to marry for a second time in sherry casks. This second maturation is the secret to out smooth, mellow flavour. No one else takes such trouble. That's why for over 100 years, Whyte & Mackay has always been SPECIAL.
    £21.80 £18.50(£1.85/100ml)
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  • GLASGOW. DOUBLE MARRIAGE BLEND. DOUBLE LION BRAND. THE SECRET OF DOUBLE MARRIAGE. Whyte & Mackay is distinguished from other Blended Scotch Whiskies by the secret of its final maturation. Our Master Blender selects only the finest aged single malts and marries them together to form a lasting union. This 'first marriage' as it is known, lasts for several months. Aged grain whiskies are then blended with the malts and allowed to marry for a second time in sherry casks. This second maturation is the secret to out smooth, mellow flavour. No one else takes such trouble. That's why for over 100 years, Whyte & Mackay has always been SPECIAL.
    £17.00(£2.43/100ml)
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  • FIVE GENERATIONS OF WHISKY MAKING. ESTD 1887. BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY. THE FAMILY RESERVE. Patiently Crafted for a Deliciously Complex and Smooth Finish. PRODUCT OF SCOTLAND.
    £22.00(£2.20/100ml)
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  • The Grant family selects, blends and matures the finest Scotch whiskies, including their own malts Glenfiddich and The Balvenie to give Grant's its deliciously complex taste and long, smooth finish.
    £17.50(£2.50/100ml)
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