First brewed in 1927, Newcastle Brown Ale is a unique and stylish premium ale with a distinctive deep red colour and a rich, creamy head.
Agwa De Bolivia has 40 grams of Bolivian coca leaf per litre. At the heart of Agwa are dry-roasted seeds of Amazon Gaurana and Chinese Ginseng. The unique, bitter-sweet taste is a result of the distillation of many powerful flavours of S. America, most notably the coca leaf. Inca messengers are believed to have chewed the leaves as a fuel to propel them at high speed through dense forest and today they are brewed as a tea in Peru to combat altitude sickness. Agwa is the perfect drink to prepare you for the night ahead and the ideal flavour to stay with you until morning. Try chilled as a shot or sip it gently with a mix of cola, tonic, ginger beer or bitter lemon .... or in any of the scores of 'coca-leaf cocktail' recipes out there.
Old Foghorn Barleywine Style Ale is brewed strictly according to traditional brewing methods, using only natural ingredients- water, malted barley, fresh whole hops, and yeast. Old Foghorn is based on traditional English barley wines. Perfect for sipping after dinner, Old Foghorn is highly hopped, using only Cascade hops. It is fermented with a true top-fermenting ale yeast. Carbonation is produced by an entirely natural process called bunging, which produces champagne-like bubbles. Their barleywine ale is dry-hopped with additional Cascade hops while it ages in the cellars. Anchor have been producing small batches of Old Foghorn since 1975. Today, it is available both on draught and in twelve-ounce bottles. The high original gravity and full flavour of this ale make it a unique product, perfect for sipping after dinner.