Classic Ales. Marston's EPA. Taste: A bright blonde ale that is zingy, smooth and full of flavour. Food: Great with chicken orfish dishes. Banks's Bitter. Taste: Deep gold in colour, a classic easy drinking ale with a distinctive crisp bitter finish. Food: A great partner with white meats or a packet of pork scratchings. Ringwood Fortyniner. Taste: A golden full bodied malty beer with a deep bitter-sweet finish. Food: Perfect with juicy sausages, pies and hard cheeses. Jennings Cocker Hoop. Taste: A zingy pale straw coloured ale delivering wonderful citrus and floral aromas. Food: An easy partner for tangy pasta dishes and tomato based casseroles. Brakspear Bitter. Taste: Amber in colour, the initial taste of malt and well hopped bitterness dissolves into a bitter-sweet and fruity finish. Food: Ideal with a traditional ploughmans lunch or fish and chips. Wychwood Hobgoblin. Taste: A full bodied, ruby beer with chocolate and toffee malt flavours balanced by a bitter and overall fruity, mischievous character. Food: A legendary match with meat pies, roasts and hamburgers. Take an ale trail amongst some of our 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. 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. Banks's. 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'. Ringwood Brewery. 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. Marston's. 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, but Marston's don't have to compromise. Brakspear. 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. Wychwood. The Wychwood brewery is located in the 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.