Great Heck Brewery

Guest Beers

Guest beers available from 3rd December


 3 Piers

Poulton le Fylde




Mariners Gold (1) 4.1% Golden Ale
Trawler Man (1) 4.3% Copper ale
West Coast Blonde (1) 4.6% Hoppy and bitter with a chinook, cascade and citra blend to give an all round fresh palate and moreish taste.
Tower Power (1) 5.2% Traditional style ruby ale










Chatter Alley (1) 3.6% NZ Hopped session pale
  Christmas Light (1) 3.7% NEW : Twinkling light ale brewed with Centennial and Cascade
  Lady of the Lamp (1) 3.7% Hoppy session pale ale
  Nodder (1) 4.2% Traditional  English Mild Ale
  Damson Porter (1) 4.8% Porter brewed with locally picked damsons.
  Coffin Lane Stout (1) 5.0% Warming chocolate and coffee flavours are enhanced by a slightly bitter finish of Fuggles hops.


West Yorks


Clocktower Porter (1) 5.5% Black in the glass, stable off-white nitro head, spotty lacing. Coffee nose, nicely roasted. Mid-sweet flavours of chocolate and coffee, backdrop of dark fruits.





Mrs Claus (1) 4.0% Golden seasonal ale with a hint of sweetness.
  Barbarian (1) 5.5% Ominously dark, smooth with a lingering finish of a stable hop character.
  Lucretius (2) 5.5% Cherry Stout with good body and a strong flavours..
   Frome Brewery






The Usual (1) 4.4% A smooth malty copper coloured beer with fruity aromas and flavours that exhibit elements of apple, pear and stone fruit, brightened with hints of lime citrus.
  Beer (1) 5.0% Flirtatious blonde beer with musky hoppiness and citrus fruit on the nose, while more fruit surges forward on the palate before the bitter-sweet finish.
   Goffs Brewery


















Lancer (2) 3.8% A zesty Golden Ale
  Jouster (2) 4.0% An All English Hopped Best Bitter.
  Fallen Knight (2) 4.4% A traditional Brown Ale. A full bodied dark amber beer with a ruby glow. There is no escaping the glorious maltiness of the aroma and this is delightfully complimented by the rich taste with a hint of hoppy bitterness.
  Cheltenham Gold (1) 4.5% All American Hopped Golden Ale with a tropical fruit nose and citrusy finish.
  Blackberry Porter (1) 4.5% Number 12 in the Seasonal Jester range

A rich & complex Porter with fresh Blackberry juice for a fruity finish

  Aussie Amber  (2) 4.6% Number 11 in  the Seasonal Jester range

A delicately hopped Aussie Amber ale. Light tropical fruit aromas, low bitterness and a iquori finish

  White Knight (2) 4.7% A well hopped bitter with a light colour and full bodied taste. Deceptively drinkable for it’s strength!
  Black Knight (2) 5.3% Very dark ruby red tinted beer with powerful chocolate malt aromas and a hint of vanilla.
   Iron Pier

 Gravesend, Kent





Amber (1) 3.9% A well balanced Amber Ale with malty character from Maris Otter Barley and with all British hops to give subtle aromatic spice and fruitiness.
  Bitter  (3) 4.0% An easy drinking bitter brewed using English hops. Honey and Toffee flavours are complimented by spicy hops and a smooth bitter finish














Glacier (2) 3.6% Light pure water session pale ale with a delicate hop finish.
  Skinfull (1) 4.2% Tawny beer with malt & fruit in the taste leading to a clean and uncompromisingly bitter hop finish.
  Kahuna (3) 4.5% Super pale with a hint of passionfruit.
  Lit (2) 4.5% Hop forward American super pale.
  Crème Beerlee (2) 4.8% A velvety stout with burnt cream, Madagascan vanilla and molasses.
  Polar Eclipse (3) 4.8% A rich creamy smooth dark oatmeal stout that we think would give the dark Irish stouts something to think about.
  Quantock (2) 5.0% Strong mild ale with a unique caramel palate.

 Cromwell, Notts

Hammer Head (1) 5.6% Full flavoured robust stout with liquorice note and coffee and chocolate flavours.




Minotaur (1) 3.3% A rich dark mild with bags of character from the lavish use of chocolate malt.
  Nero (2) 5.0% A satisfying, full-flavoured black brew with a good balance of malt, roast and fruit. Bittersweet flavours carry through to a dry finish. VF






Amorak (1) 5.4% Mashed warm and thick with plenty of oats and wheat, brewed for low bitterness but with oodles of late and dry hopping with juicy US varieties and fermented with a special yeast strain to produce fruity esters, this is a textbook New England IPA. It’s also black due to a late addition of dehusked dark malt, bringing colour and a hint of chocolate and iquorice but not the astringency of roasted malts
   North Cotswold




Moreton Mild (1) 3.8% A rich smooth dark mild with a nutty palate.  Vanilla / Roasted and Smoky
  Tumbling Jack (1) 4.8% A refreshing slightly sweet copper hoppy ale with a fruity aroma








Henry Smith Session IPA  (1) 4.0% Light session IPA
  Switch #17 (2) 4.5% Same malt bill but this time with Columbus and Bramling Cross hops.
  Don’t you forget about me (1) 5.1% Extra special Bitter
   Severn  (S7N)

 Wotton under Edge


Conversion Bitter (1) 4.4% A full bodied best bitter with a strong malt base, together with Pilgrim and Bramling Cross Hops. A traditional bitter ale with a good kick of hops. Give it a try – you’ll be converted!

 Barry, S. Wales

Portland Pale (2) 4.0% West Coast style pale ale with Yakima Valley Hops
  Paradigm Shift (1) 4.2% A classic best bitter, reborn. An amplified malt bill firmly reinforces generous additions of British hops with a Fuggles dry-hop
  South Island (2) 4.2% Our NZ Maori (very) pale ale. Dry, bitter and refreshing with a big punch from heavy late hopping with Waimea
  Dark Matter (2) 4.4% Easy going, rich and smooth with liquorice and chocolate notes from the complex dark roasted malt recipe, balanced perfectly by the late addition of Bramling Cross hops
  Flying Hellfish (3) 4.5% American Brown Ale
  Natuarl Born Helles (3) 4.5% Bavarian Style Helles Lager. (Unfined and hazy)
  Speak Easy (2) 4.6% All american hepta-hopped IPA. Underpinned by a big malt character with a bitter tropical citrus finish
  Chaos (4) 5.0% Monstrously hopped pale ale

Collab with The Cask Beer Company

  10th Anniversary Ale (1) 5.2% Strong English Golden Ale
   Welbeck Abbey

Worksop, Notts


The Govenor (2) 5.5% Black IPA, a luscious, robust dark beer is black in colour but deceptively hoppy. There is a touch of light roast to give body and depth as a backbone for a blend of resinous American hops.
   XT Brewing

Long Crendon,


















XT Animal Magpie (1) 4.6% Using high alpha English hops Admiral and Phoenix with 25% Vienna for a Moorish golden beer. Delicate flavours of treacle, biscuit and citrus, are interspersed with hints of spice. This autumnal beer finishes with earthy, floral notes and touches of toffee. Just remember One for Sorrow, Two for Joy, so best enjoyed in even pints.
  XT Animal

Blue Dragon (1)

4.6% Crawling out of the Ocean this tiny dragon is packed full of Pacific Gem hops. Bold flavours of blackberry and pine and paired with subtle hints of oak and black pepper. A very pale , easy drinking beer is a celebration of underutilised hop from the NZ’s South Island
  XT Animal

Dove ( 2

4.6% A very Pale ale full of the seasonable flavours of pine and hints of fig and passionfruit.  Oats are added for body and caramalts for sweetness, the perfect winter blonde to get one in the festive spirit
  XT Animal

Aardvark (2)

4.6% Brewed with all pale malt and a longer hop bill than an aardvark’s tongue.  Aardvark showcases one of England’s best hops in Jester.  Brewed for the changing/unpredictable weather this little critter is packed with floral, herbal and stone fruit flavours with tropical notes scattered throughout.  A more subtle hop characteristic (compared to its brash American cousins) leads to a pale quaffable beer.