Driftwood Spars

Copper (3.5% ABV, cask)
Golden / copper in colour, in fact, with a white head. This has a good amount of flavour for its low ABV, with peach and passion fruit against a backdrop of bready malt. There’s a hint of candy sugar, too. The aroma is light malt with a hint of tropical fruity. Oddly, a hint of Golden Syrup comes through on the finish. A really nice session bitter. (28-05-2015)

Red River Rye (4.8% ABV, cask)
It’s autumn, and I love a red ale in the autumn. This is a beauty, drunk while sitting fireside in the Driftwood Spars’ lovely stone-walled bar. A deep┬áred/amber colour, crystal clear, with an off-white head. There’s bready malt with hints of rich caramel, berry notes and gentle bitterness on the finish. (09-11-16)

Sundrift (4.5% ABV, cask)
Deep golden in colour, there are slightly spicy hops in this easy-drinking best bitter. The refreshing brew offers orange and stone fruit hop flavours, with gentle bitterness on the finish. A nice sessionable brew. (15-04-2017)