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Good beer guide

The Rose in June

Ale Notes

Ale Notes are courtesy of each respective brewery, click on the image to to go to the breweries website

Irving Frigate

A ABV 3.8% golden bitter with citrus hop flavour derived from the addition of English Sovereign and Boudicea hops in the hopback. Complemented by a background sweetness from the subtle use of light crystal and cara-malt.

Type 42 served at the Rose in June

Fullers (Gales) HSB

HSB is brewed with the finest malt and hops for a well-balanced character. It is full bodied and silky textured, with a hint of Dundee cake that leads to a rich, fruity taste and a silky smooth finish. It has an ABV of 4.8% and is a beer to savour.

HSB

Ballards Mild

Traditional mahogany brown mild, smoky, roasted nutty aroma, with sweet, molasses and dark chocolate flavours. Brewed with Pale Ale, Crystal & Chocolate Malts and Fuggle Hops. Won “Best in Class” at SIBA S.E. Brewing Competition 2001.

Thatchers Cheddar Valley

Ringwood Best

The perfect supping beer and still the New Forest's favourite tipple. Best Bitter was awarded Bronze Medal at the Munich Beer Festival in 2005. With a hop aroma with fruit notes to tempt the nose and a good malt feel in the mouth with a dry, tangy fruit finish. A delicious, easy drinking slightly tart pale bitter.

Ringwood Best Bitter

Thatchers Cheddar Valley

The colour of this unique cider gives it a vibrant character all of its own for those who want an alternative refreshing drink with a touch of natural sparkle.

Naturally fermented, Cheddar Valley is matured in oak vats to ensure the distinctive full flavour is retained. ABV of 6%

Doom Bar

Thwaites Lancaster Bomber

Award winning full-bodied chestnut coloured ale with an inviting malty aroma and warming aftertaste. Two Times Gold Medal Winner in the European Beer Star Awards (2007 & 2011) and Silver medallist in the International Beer Challenge 2012. ABV of 4.4%


Bowmans Wallops Wood at the Rose in June

Downton Quadhop

Downton's most popular session bitter. Pale in colour with four varieties of hops.  (Challenger, East Kent Goldings, Pioneer, and Styrian Goldings) provide a full range of floral and citrus aromas, and a moreish bitterness that drinks superbly down the glass.

Downton Quadhop

Westons Old Rosie scrumpy

Award winning Old Rosie Scrumpy is allowed to settle out naturally after fermentation resulting in a truly old fashioned, full flavoured, appley, cloudy scrumpy; with a well balanced medium dry character. Lightly carbonated. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs.

Westons Old Rosie Scrumpy at the Rose in June

Lilley's Bee Sting Still Perry

Sweet but incredibly refreshing with a glorious fresh tasting pear flavour and a wonderful pear aroma. ABV 7.5

Black Rat Cider at the Rose in June