We are very proud to serve British-style beer as authentic as you will find outside of the Isles.
Roundabout - ESB
Adding torrified wheat and both crystal and chocolate malts on top of a Maris Otter base bring a delicious malty flavor to this well rounded ale.
The predominant hop flavor is Kent Goldings.
Black Point Porter - London Style Porter
Rich and chocolaty in flavor, with a hint of a coffee note, the flavor in this beer comes from a combination of brown and chocolate and brown malts. A bit lighter flavored than most American porters, the Black Point has a has a subtle and complex flavor profile that is often lost in heavier beers.
E.O.B. - English Pale Ale
Made with floor malted Maris Otter and British crystal malt, this traditional English bitter gets its well balanced hop flavor from a late addition of imported Fuggle hops.
A great full flavored session beer.
Burton's Bounty - English IPA
More balanced than its west coast counterparts, this English style IPA is a throw back to the origins of the style. Dry hopped in the cask with whole leaf Fuggle hops, and featuring generous boil additions of both East Kent Goldings and Fuggles, this IPA has a more earthy character than its stateside descendants.
Golden Rye - Extra Pale Ale
Light and crisp in both color and flavor, with a bit of bite provided by a generous addition of rye malt. A hop profile featuring Kent Goldings is designed to compliment, rather than obscure the featured rye flavor in this beer.
The Gypsy - Dry Irish Stout
A creamy texture compliments the roast barley flavor of this stout.
Unique among our beers for using only bittering hops, the Gypsy has a hint of smokiness to round out its robust malt flavor.
Our beer is made in the traditional British fashion that uses the gentle carbonation that occurs naturally from the fermentation process. ECBC beer is not pressurized with carbon dioxide, like most American beers.
Once the cask is tapped, carbonation is then maintained at the natural level for the temperature and (atmospheric) pressure at which is it served, not pressurized under CO2.
Finally, the method of dispensing is very unique to British ales. Because the cask is not under (CO2) pressure, the beer is hand pumped at the bar into your pint glass. The hand pump pulls the beer instead of CO2 pushing it out, hence the term of a barman “pulling a pint.”
This difference in carbonation and serving methods provides a beer with a unique texture on your palate. You will find our beer less “fizzy” than standard American style beer, which will allow you to enjoy the flavors to their fullest.