At the Duke of Edinburgh we offer a good range of lagers & ciders as well as real ales. Below is a list of the draft beverages offered, together with a short note on each choice and the ABV %. You will see from the list below that we now offer draft Peroni, which is served in the ever-popular tall Peroni glass.
Peroni premium lager, served on draft. A fairly recent addition to the bar choices, this premium lager is served as half pints or pints in those nice Peroni glasses!
Kronenbourg premium lager is a specially brewed for a unique aromatic flavour that lingers long after the first taste. You’ve been waiting all day for a cold beer, so slow down, put your feet up, and have a Kronenbourg 1664.
San Miguel on draft. Getting more popular, this draft version of San Miguel is fast becoming a house favourite.
Coors light lager, lower in calories then other lagers.
Carling Extra Cold
Carling lager. The ever popular lager.
Guinness Extra Cold
The world-famous popular Irish dry stout. Is there anything else? A distinctive feature is the burnt flavour which is derived from the use of roasted unmalted barley (though this is a relatively modern development since it did not become a part of the grist until well into the 20th century). For many years a portion of aged brew was blended with freshly brewed product to give a sharp lactic flavour (which was a characteristic of the original Porter).
Stowford Press Cider
A Medium Dry Cider is a huge seller in the British Market, it is matured in old oak vats up to 6 months, where it develops the characteristic style and flavour associated with Westons for over a century. It is light, dry with fruity characters. Crisp and yet not too sharp. Carefully blended for those who prefer a slightly drier cider.
Magners Original Cider
Magners Original draught cider. A unique irish style cider made with 17 varieties of apples and a similar fermentation style to wine, for a fruity, complex character. Famous as the original over-ice brand.