Our Beers
At a secret underground brewing facility, deep in the wilds of Wiltshire, we handcraft these wonderful ales from the finest hops and malted barley. Plus, of course, a few of our 'magic ingredients'...
Croppie - A mysterious ale that slowly reveals its secrets.

After a hard days investigations in the fields of Wiltshire, nothing satisfies a researchers thirst like a pint of pure Croppie. This mysterious golden ale has a satisfying aftertaste that lingers on the palate, as you contemplate the days events with like minded souls.

It is brewed in Wiltshire from an ancient recipe that is a closely guarded secret, using only the finest natural ingredients. Croppie is the perfect 'session' ale, but be careful; it could have you going round in circles!


In 1810 the first pint of beer was pulled at The Barge Inn, brewed to quench the thirst of the tough, hard working, hard drinking, navvies employed to dig the Kennet and Avon canal. Thankfully these days you don't have to work like a navvie to deserve a pint of 1810.

Just savour its deliciously fruity and malty taste, enjoy the lingering, bitter aftertaste, gaze into its deep, ruby tinted amber depths and raise a glass to the navvies of yesteryear. They too would have enjoyed a traditionally brewed pint, made from locally drawn water, finest Wiltshire barley and rye malts, the brewery's own yeast and of course natural hops. 1810 is a traditional cask ale, specially brewed to celebrate two hundred years of The Barge Inn at Honeystreet.


The year is 1947, the month is July. At a ranch northwest of the town of Roswell, New Mexico, wreckage and debris is discovered. But, what is it? A plane, a weather balloon or a flying saucer? The authorities stage a cover-up and deny the event took place. No one knows for certain if it was a UFO, but many have their suspicions and the mystery continues to this day.

To commemorate the event, Professor Vogelheim developed Roswell beer, a strong ale with a full hop flavour and as dry as the New Mexico desert. And that's an undeniable fact.

Alien Abduction

Alien Abduction beer has been extensively tested by Prof. Vogelheim, a leading abduction research scientist. He found that drinking up to 3 pints of the beer a day (two pints for ladies) gave a 93% protection rate from alien abduction. Tests also demonstrated that a 100% success rate could be achieved when combining drinking the beer with other preventative measures, such as wearing a tin foil hat.

Alien Abduction beer has proven to be effective against all AA threats. The beer's active ingredient, code named AA46782X, interferes with aliens ability to alter molecular structures, whilst its green colour acts as a masking agent, making it invisible to alien viewing systems.