Adnams Beers and Lagers
Adnams Southwold Bitter
Southwold Bitter is a beautiful copper-coloured beer, late hopped with Fuggles for a distinctive, lingering hoppiness.
Adnams Ghost Ship
Ghost Ship is a pale ale with an assertive pithy bitterness, biscuit flavours and fresh citrus aromas.
Broadside is a dark ruby red beer rich in fruitcake aromas, almonds and conserved fruit.
Adnams Ease Up IPA
Ease up IPA is gold in colour with big aromas of mango, flavours of pine, melon and hints of grapefruit which offers a clean, dry finish every time.
Adnams Dry Hopped Lager
This golden lager is light, crisp and refreshing with subtle malty flavours and a super hoppy aroma of tropical fruits, citrus and passionfruit.
Adnams Wild Wave Cider
A delicious blend of bittersweet and dessert apples grown in the foothills of the Malvern Hills.
ADNAMS KOBOLD LAGER
Kobold English lager is fresh, crisp and golden in colour with subtle grassy, lemon and honey notes.
Brewed with pale ale malt, some lager malt and a touch of light cara. Big fruity flavours and a mosaic of aromas
Established in 1872, Adnams is probably best-known as a brewer of beer in the coastal town of Southwold in Suffolk.
Whilst brewing remains at the heart of Adnams, they also make a range of award-winning spirits, from the same locally-sourced grains as they make their beers, in the Copper House Distillery.
Wine and Spirits
We stock a range of wines supplied by Adnams, whose reputation as a wine merchant has grown over 30 years.
We can cater for all tastes - red, white, rosé or fizz.
Adnams do not themselves make any wines, but source the best from around the world, and we offer wines from France, Chile, Sicily, Italy and Spain, amongst others.
Adnams have only been distilling since 2010, but have already gained a great reputation for their gin.
One of them was even voted “World’s Best Gin 2013.”
Adnams Copper House Gin is made with juniper berries, orris root, coriander seed, cardamom pod, sweet orange peel and hibiscus flower.
The cardamom & hibiscus flower burst through in the gin. It’s a touch oily and has a particular mouth feel – perfect for a Dirty Martini.