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White Horse Brewery

A brewery in Stanford-in-the-Vale.

White Horse Business Park, Ware Road, Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire, SN7 8NY
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01367 718700

info@whitehorsebrewery.com

http://www.whitehorsebrewery.com

Facilities include: Real Ale,

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00

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Bitter 3.7

Using only the finest ingredients this golden bitter balances locally grown Challenger Hops with Yorkshire’s malt, to offer the discerning drinker a beer that will stop any horse in its tracks.

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Black Beauty 3.9

Rich Ruby in colour, using the best chocolate malt and fine English Fuggle hop to achieve a flavour that leaves the herd behind like a true Champion.

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Black Horse Porter 5.0

Black Horse Porter now joins the ‘stable’ of hearty beers from the White Horse Brewery.

Tasting Notes: Full-bodied in taste, this rich, dark porter has a pleasing balance of roasted grain leaving you with a smooth, fruity aftertaste and a slight bitterness of the finest Kent hops.

Blowing Stone 4.2

Using only the finest English Pale malt & amber malt to produce a real traditional brown beer, hopped with great English Bramling Cross and Challenger.

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Camarillo 4.4

A beer light in colour coming from the pale and wheat malt and a rich fruity citrus flavour from El Dorado California hops.

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Champion the Wonder Horse 4.5

A deep rich red beer with a dominant roasted character, and a smooth biscuit aftertaste on the palate.

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Colt 4.5

A hoppy, punchy Pale ale made with the finest English malt and great American hops – Cascade/ Willamette/Galena.

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Crazy Horse IPA 4.7

A hoppy, punchy, crisp, clean on the palate IPA.

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Dark Blue Oxford University Ale 4.3

A dark chestnut coloured beer with a smooth rich flavour. Made with the best Crystal and roast malts and hopped with buckets full of east Kent Goldings and Bramling Cross hops giving amazing fruity overtones.

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Rudolph the Red Nosed White Horse 4.8

Chestnut red in colour the extravagance of this beer begins before you even raise it to your expectant lips.

Tasting Notes: The explosion of flavour will transfix the tongue, warm citrus and candid peel flavours mix with the dryness of a drawn out fermentation. New season hops reach for the sweetness of the purest English malt.

The Guv'nor 6.5

The Guv’nor has been created to give those drinkers who want a light-coloured beer above the standard ABV!

Tasting Notes: Along with Yorkshires finest pale malt and a touch of wheat, buckets of hops – four different varieties in fact – give it an unmistakable flavour and taste.

Uffington 0.0
Village Idiot 4.1

This golden beer uses an idiotic amount of fresh hops to create a refreshingly clean bitter beer, with fine pale malt and a touch of wheat for a fine balance.

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War Horse 0.0
Waylands Smithy 4.4

Red, like the fire at its heart, and balanced with buckets of aromatic hops, it’s enough to give other brewers the hump.

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