Beer Tasting Notes


Thornbridge, Ruin, 5.0%

Ruin is a 5.0% hazy botanical pale ale, available now on cask.

Brewed with an enticing botanical selection featuring Kaffir lime leaves, orange peel, lavender, rosemary, rose petals and juniper berries. It’s spicy and citrusy with a tantalising dry finish.

Abbeydale Brewery, Moonshine, 4.3%

A pale straw-coloured premium bitter with a flora aroma leading to a predominantly citrus taste, with grapefruit and lemons and a bittersweet finish

Thornbridge Brewery, Ruin, 5.0%

Hazy botanical pale ale. 

Tiny Rebel, Peloton Pale, 4.2%

Peloton Pale is a beautiful UK hopped 4.2% session pale ale, and like a peloton this is designed to keep you going all day, with a crisp refreshing taste. With a floral, grassy aroma and spicy, lime taste, this is not one to miss!

Welbeck Abbey Brewery, Duck Decoy, 4.6%

This beer is filled with the mouth-wateringly fresh aromas of pear, orange and passion fruit, however at a low strength it’s a pleasantly light indulgence.

Titanic Brewery, Plum Porter, 4.9%

Plum Porter is the infamous, strong, dark porter that has re-defined the sector by combining the sweetness of plums with the hoppy flavour of a porter.

A well-rounded porter with fruity, sweet notes over a backdrop of hoppy flavour.

York Brewery, Guzzler, 3.6%

A beautifully balanced, light gold coloured beer with dominant hop flavours and pale malt character. Guzzler is an easy drinking, crisp & refreshing session ale brewed with Challenger and Celeia hops that bring about a light citrus palate with overtones of Grapefruit.



Pentrich Brewing Co, Rent it Shoes, 4.8%

A 4.8% West-Coast style Session IPA hopped with Chinook, Centennial and Mosiac. Expect big resinous pine flavours alongside punchy citrus and floral notes and a moderate bitterness on the finish..

Thornbridge Brewery, Jaipur, 5.9%

Flavoursome I.P.A. packed with citrus hoppiness that`s nicely counterbalanced by malt and underlying sweetness and robust fruit flavours.

Timothy Taylor's Brewery, Landlord, 4.3%

Landlord. Timothy Taylor's best known ale is Landlord, a pale ale, 4.3% abv. It was created for miners, to compete against local rival Barnsley Bitter. Landlord was four times Champion Beer of Britain at the Great British Beer Festival.

Tiny Rebel, Lush IPA, 4.0%

The easiest way to describe this beer is just say it out loud. Super light, easy drinking and packed full of flavour! With a golden and hazy pour, expect big aromas of tropical fruit with a fruity sweetness on the taste, light malts and a citrusy hopped character.

Thornbridge, Kipling, 5.2%

Kipling was the first UK beer to use the exquisite Nelson Sauvin hop from New Zealand. We brew this as a SMASH (Single Malt and Single Hop) using the heritage Maris Otter as a base malt which really works to allow the complex flavour of this hop to really shine through. There is a grassy, grapefruit character in the nose, followed by passionfruit and mango. It finishes with a balanced and thirst-quenching bitterness.

Welbeck Abbey Brewery, Henrietta, 3.6%

Cavendish, our signature blonde ale, plays tribute to the House of Cavendish, a family lineage which spans from the 1300’s through to the current family at Welbeck.

Our Cavendish is a beautifully balanced blonde with crisp, zingy grapefruit flavours powering through.


A selection of these beers will be available at Oscar's Inn over the next coming weeks