Beer

The smell of oak burning upon an open fire in deepest winter is surely where the weary traveller warms his heart. Worn red bricks and timber framed ceilings man made and aged leave a definite feeling of history and time standing still.

The stillage stands witness to time passing and the numerous barrels of bitters and porter’s that have been racked and spilled, tapped and poured over the years. It is symbolic and represents many cosy evenings, many yarns and the enjoyment of fine ales the stillage is the timber frame that cradles the barrels and allows them time. Time to settle, stand and finally part with their treasure.

To continue this tradition the St Crispin Inn is not a place for television, onearm bandits or Jukeboxes. Conversation is an important part of keeping this village pub’s character and charm, and listening should not be a struggle. Of equal importance is the opportunity to sit alone and enjoy one’s own company.

Enjoy traditional beers and continental lagers alongside tasty homecooked food for all the family.

House & Guest Ale (These change regularly and are provided as examples)
Doombar (House Ale)
Fullers London pride (House Ale)
Timothy Taylor
Black Sheep
Adnams
Wells Bombardier

Lagers
Foster’s
Kronenbourg
Amstel
Sagres Premium Portuguese Lager
Bottled Budweiser
Bottled Becks Blue
Bottled Becks
Bottled Corona
Bottled Manns Brown Ale
Bottled Courage Light Ale
Bottled Newcastle Brown

Ciders
Strongbow
Strongbow Dark Fruit
Thatchers Gold
Bottled Magners
Bulmers (Selection of Flavours)
Rekorderlig (Selection of Flavours)
Old Mout (Selection of Flavours)