IN THE CELLAR
We have a wide range of real ales from a variety of sources that we offer. You will find that we change our range frequently and you will be able to keep track of it all here.
Abingdon Bridge 4.1%
Amber & Bitter
The first and arguably the most popular of Loose Cannon's beers. 'Bridge' as it's affectionately known always brings a smile to the face of its drinker with that delicious floral and slightly sweet finish. A fantastic session ale that covers a lot of bases for a wide range of people making it a popular choice for parties.
Copper coloured, traditional 'bitter'. It kicks off with a good bitter bite, followed by plenty of flavour. A full and satisfying roundness.
Cotswold Best 4.0%
Amber & Bitter
An easy drinking straw colour best bitter made with finest English Challenger, Goldings and Fuggles hops.
Our most popular ale appealing to drinkers that like a traditional best bitter. A bold claim “Cotswold's Best” but we believe it is!
Hobgoblin IPA 5.0%
Pale & Refreshing
Heftily Hopped and aroma packed, Hobgoblin IPA stays true to it's ancestral traditions. Brewed with Fuggles, Golding and Styrian Hops and then amped up by the addition of some mighty American hops. This collision of old and new world hops provides and explosion of tropical aroma and juicy bitterness.
Punk IPA 5.6%
Golden & Fruity
A decade ago there was a revolution. A beer revolution.
Punk IPA is the beer that kick-started it. This light, golden classic has been subverted with new world hops to create an explosion of flavour. Bursts of caramel and tropical fruit with an all-out riot of grapefruit, pineapple and lychee, precede a spiky bitter finish. This is the beer that started it all - and it’s not done yet...
Red Stripe 4.7%
Amber & Refreshing
A beautiful amber lager with low butterscotch flavour, full bodied and a smooth post palate sensation. Lager beer, light gold colour.
Pale & Hoppy
A pale hoppy bitter made with New Zealand Green Bullet and Pacific Gem hops. Ideal summer beer goes great with spicy food.
Sounds a bit naughty but it's not!
The Brewery is located a few miles from Shipston on Stour an historic wool market town and staging post for stagecoaches. The name Shipston is derived from Scepwaeisctune, Old English for Sheep-wash-Town. “Shag” is an old English word meaning a heavy or rough woolenfabric. So Shagweaver literally means “wool weaver”
Shipyard American Pale Ale 4.5%
Amber & Fruity
A beer born out of a conversation between Master Brewers Alan Pugsley of Shipyard Brewing Co. and Simon Yates of Marston's to craft a classic American style Pale Ale to satisfy the growing thirst of British drinkers for American craft beers.
The beer is dry hopped for greater aroma and flavour with a quartet of four American hop varieties – Chinook, Cascade, Columbus and Centennial delivering a big, bold, brash hoppy beer. Drop anchor for a spell and enjoy.
Enjoy this classic, refreshing American style Pale Ale bursting with grapefruity citrus flavour.