John Smith’s Extra Smooth was launched in 1993 and is now the nation’s number 1 ale. The boffins say it has a distinct cereal character, with malty, caramel notes being complemented by some fruitiness. But we just think it’s a right good pint.
Worthington’s is a family of beers with Character made by experienced brewers who are 100% confident in the taste and quality of every single pint. Brewed in Burton-on-Trent it, the home of British Brewing, each pint is signed off from field to glass: We care so much about the quality...
Tetley’s Smoothflow is a smoothflow ale first brewed in Leeds in 1822, light and easy drinking with a creamy caramel bitter sweetness balanced with a pleasant hoppiness and a soft caramel finish.
Bass Trademark No 1 is still brewed to an original recipe using only the finest ingredients and the experience of generations. Bass is brewed with two strains of yeast to produce a complex nutty, malty taste with subtle hop undertones.