Our Beers are all ‘real ales’ and are brewed using the finest ingredients – local East Anglian malts and British hops. Our water is drawn from our own deep source within the chalk layer way below St. Peter’s Hall and is ideal for brewing.
We brew ‘traditional’ beers – bitters, mild etc. – as well as some more unusual beers such as honey porter and fruit beer.
Even these, however, are not really ‘exotic’ at all as it was common practice up to the Nineteenth Century to add fruits and honey to beers to create special seasonal brews.
At St. Peter’s we aim to carry on traditional brewing practices but hope always to have something new and exciting for you to try.
Our oval Bottle is a 500ml copy of one from Gibbstown, near Philadelphia which dates from c. 1770. It was produced for Thomas Gerrard, an innkeeper with a tidewater inn on the Delaware River