Daniel Thwaites Brewery, Lancashire

We have a super range of beers from the Thwaites brewey. There are 7 beers in the range to cover all tastes and for November we have a super deal of any 4 Thwaites beers for €10.


Wainwright 4.1% ABV 500ml Btl

Exquisitely lovely golden ale. Named after Alfred Wainwright, the renowned Lakeland author who was born in Blackburn, Wainwright is a refreshing golden ale with subtle sweetness and delicate citrus fruity overtones.

Lancaster Bomber 4.4% ABV 500ml Btl

This chestnut-coloured beer is brewed using pale ale and crystal malt, which gives it a full-bodied flavour. A finely balanced hop character is enriched by the late addition of Styrian Goldings as a dry hop in each cask to give a prominent floral hop aroma and warming aftertaste.

Very Nutty Black 3.9% ABV 500ml Btl

Where do you start? A stronger (slightly tongue in cheek ‘export strength’) brew of our double award winning cask mild that is also endorsed by CAMRA as being ‘Real Ale in a Bottle’. Bottle conditioned, for a truer flavour, you’d be Nutty not to try one!

Indus IPA 4.6% ABV 500ml Btl

When Daniel Thwaites was embarking on his brewing career, the INDUS would have been voyaging to the East Indies – trading Lancashire cotton for exotic Eastern delights. Our INDUS Pale Ale celebrates ales of that period with a refreshing brew enriched with abundant hops for flavour that stays fresh and crisp to the finish.

Refreshing amber ale, brewed with four hop varieties for superb taste and aroma.

Double Century 5.2% ABV 500ml Btl

A special beer for a special birthday. Brewed in 2007, the year Daniel Thwaites celebrated its bi-centenary, this amber-coloured ale is full of hoppy flavours with an orange zest finish.

Flying Shuttle 4.9% ABV 500ml Btl

A strong, premium brown ale, lightly hopped, slightly nutty and great bittersweet flavours.  Now the unofficial beer of Lancashire Day, but you shouldn’t wait until Nov 27th to enjoy this one.
Old Dan 7.4% ABV 500ml Btl
Bottle conditioned beer contains live yeast, which means the beer goes through an additional fermentation stage in the bottle that continues right up until you open it. Serve cool not chilled and pour with care to leave any natural sediment in the bottle.

Vibrant copper hue with lovely ‘fruit cake’ flavours. Like fine wine, will age well and mellow over time, with increased fruitiness.

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