Cloud Piercer, translation of the Maori name for Mt. Cook, is one juicy thirst quencher. Featuring the classic wine gum and tropical & stone fruit notes of NZ hops this beer matches that with a solid malty backbone and a dry & satisfyingly bittersweet finish.
Our flagship beer, the mighty Garden of Death: a New England IPA brewed with our house Kveik yeast and best American hops, this beer is naturally hazy, aromatic with citrus and tropical fruits, and has a higher bitterness than most New England IPAs, adding dryness and drinkability.
Collaboration with the incredible Mansfield power trio WITCH TRIPPER, this is a fruit IPA featuring kalamansi, a lime and kumquat hybrid native to The Philippines. This IPA had a great balance of tart, bitter and fruit notes, dry-hopped with Mosaic and fermented with Sigmunds Voss Kveik yeast.
Bear Country is a Tasty West Coast IPA. Light caramel malt is met with herbaceous and pithy citrus flavours from Amarillo, Citra and Columbus hops. Bear Country is the old school classic you always go back to.
The Hoppy Camper pays tribute to John Hope, the 18th century botanist who introduce rhubarb to Scotland. This pale ale puts a modern twist on traditional rhubarb crumble and custard. First brewed in the heart of Edinburgh�s Royal Botanic Garden. We�ve used fresh rhubarb, crumbly oats and sweet vanilla pods to create botanical beer at its best.
At Campervan Brewery we don�t claim to be great singers or movie makers but we do make great beers. We�ve brought West Coast American hops to the East Coast of Scotland to give you a taste of Sunshine on Leith. A van load of orange zest adds a juicy fruitiness that even Begbie could appreciate.
This easy drinking, crisp, clean Pilsner has been traditionally layered in tank to ensure you receive the full flavours of German Tettnang hops and our Bavarian yeast. There�s no messing around with this one. Leith Pils pair perfectly with friends, chilling and good times.
This comforting dark beer is a rich and well balanced Porter. Its milk chocolate and cold press coffee flavours work in harmony with a smooth bitterness. Leith Porter is the perfect drink to go wandering.
This 4.5% ABV Hazy Pale Ale is a clean, refreshing and balanced beer with fresh cut grass notes and a slight bitterness. Brewed with Citra, Ekuanot and Ahtanum hops, No Messin� is super drinkable with a light mouthfeel but a nice character .
What will you have? I�d like a glass of Beer, please. Okay, that will be this shimmering blonde ale with its light gold sheen and hint of lime and pineapple on the nose alongside a gentle sway of floral fragrance. There�s a citrus fruitiness on the palate, once again a suggestion of lime, followed by a breakfast cereal-like sweetness, before it finishes bracingly dry and bitter. It might have a si…
If this porter was a car, it would be a smoothly purring Bentley, standing ready to whisk the drinker away on an exciting journey of taste. Impenetrably dark in the glass the aromatics are reminiscent of Black Forest gateau, with hints of chocolate, mocha coffee, light roastiness, blackberry and cherry (btw no cherries were harmed in the beer�s making with the aromatics coming from a judicious ble…
New Zealand-grown Nelson Sauvin makes all the running in this juicy, light amber-hued IPA. Named because the hop variety�s characteristics are reminiscent of Sauvignon Blanc (so that�s wine drinkers covered), it has made itself very comfortable in each glass of this intriguing IPA. It has light and lilting suggestions of gooseberry and lemon on the nose, while a similar fruitiness tantalises the p…
As Monty Python used to say� and now for something completely different. This perky potation is an elderflower-flavoured sour beer, and part of Frome�s Voodoo series. Flavoured with elderflowers and fermented with a wild yeast gathered in a graveyard in Philadelphia (yes you read that correct!), it�s a hazy, golden, juicy tipple whose nose pulsates with aromatics of elderflower, grapefruit and pin…
Brewed with well water (the original well, sunk in 1758, is still in use with the hard water is drawn from 85 feet underground), the gently roasted organic chocolate malt and organic cocoa impart a delicious, smooth and creamy character, with inviting deep flavours and a delightful finish - this is the perfect marriage of satisfying stout and luxurious chocolate