Beers2018-09-14T17:20:17+00:00

Beers

Our delicious and wholesome selection of refreshing beers is made using wonderful local ingredients and the top-quality Maris Otter Barley these Norfolk fields are known for. Each has with its own personality and quirks. Find out more about our Barsham Oaks, Norfolk Kiwi, Bitter Old Bustard, Knot Just Another IPA and Stout Robin below.

Our range of Barsham Brewery ales are available in a selection of sizes perfect for a variety of uses:

– 72 Pint Firkins
– 5 Litre Cask Conditioned Mini Casks and
– 500ml Filtered Bottles

For more information on our beers, please contact us.

Please download our allergen information sheet.

Barsham Oaks

3.6% ABV

Tasting Notes

An amber coloured, easy drinking bitter with a balanced Mosaic hop finish, Barsham Oaks is named after a centuries-old copse of oak trees that stands proud at the centre of the Barsham Estate.

Barsham Oaks is available in firkins, bottles and mini-casks.

Please contact us for details.

Allergen advice

Contains Malted Barley (Gluten)

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Norfolk Kiwi

Awards

CHAMPION BEER OF EAST ANGLIA 2016

Gold Awards
CAMRA Norwich Beer Festival 2015
CAMRA Peterborough Beer Festival 2014
CAMRA Norwich Beer Festival 2014

Bronze Awards
CAMRA BRONZE AWARD – Bitters Category
Bronze Bitter CAMRA Norwich Beer Festival 2011

3.8% ABV

Tasting Notes

An easy-drinking session bitter, Norfolk Kiwi is made using the finest locally-grown Maris Otter barley and wheat, giving it a golden straw colour. Blended with generous helpings of English and New Zealand hops, it has a unique flavour and aroma.

Norfolk Kiwi is available in firkins, bottles and five-litre Mini Casks.

Please contact us for details.

If you come across him and communication occurs, don’t be confused by his pronunciation of ‘e’s as ‘i’s! Having lived in the UK for more than 20 years, for the most part in north Norfolk, he has a list of ambitions he wishes to achieve in order to become a true English gent! These include seeing an Englishman score an unbeaten 100 at Lords, watching the French get beaten at Twickenham and such like. So this one goes to you Chris, cheers!

Allergen advice

Contains Malted Barley, malted Wheat (Gluten)

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Bitter Old Bustard

Awards

Silver Awards
CAMRA Norwich Beer Festival 2015

Bronze Awards
CAMRA Norwich Beer Festival 2012

4.3% ABV

Tasting Notes

A russet coloured ale with a smooth malt body and warm nutty biscuit flavours, Bitter Old Bustard is given a delicious, hoppy balance with three of England’s finest varieties. Named after one of England’s finest birds, the Great Bustard was once a regular sight above the agricultural fields of East Anglia. Hunted to extinction on our shores in the 1830’s, this rare old bird has recently been reintroduced to the West Country, and there are now plans afoot to bring them East again.

Bitter Old Bustard is available in firkins, bottles and 5 litre Mini Casks.

Please contact us for details.

Allergen advice

Contains Malted Barley, malted Wheat (Gluten)

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Knot Just Another IPA

Awards

Beer of the Festival
CAMRA Huntingdonshire
Booze on the Ouse 2014

5.0% ABV

Tasting Notes

A golden, hoppy, true-to-style IPA brewed using Norfolk-grown Maris Otter barley with a good blast of British Bodicea hops to provide a flavoursome finish, this beer is named after the Knot, a wading bird found in muddy coastal estuaries. A breed that undertakes one of the longest migrations each year as it makes it way from the Canadian arctic to winter along our shores, it’s stocky, short legged and a firm Norfolk favourite.

Knot Just Another IPA is available in firkins, bottles and 5 litre Mini Casks.
Please contact us for details.

Allergen advice

Contains Malted Barley, malted Wheat (Gluten)

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Stout Robin

4.6% ABV

Tasting Notes

Named after the gentleman that likes to sit on the red brick wall outside the estate office door, Stout Robin is a traditional, full-bodied, dark stout brewed with a rich blend of roasted malts and English hops to give a balanced blend of bitterness and spicy berry aroma. The Robin was voted the UKs’ favourite bird and is aggressively territorial. Originally the word ‘stout’ meant “proud” or “brave”, it was then later used to describe beer as “strong”.

Stout Robin is available in firkins and bottles.

Please contact us for details.

Allergen advice

Contains Malted Barley (Gluten)

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