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Build Your Own Charcuterie and Cheese Board
Accompanied with newton and pott chutney, crackers
Nduja & Stilton Bruschetta
Spicy spreadable salami on a E5 back house bread topped with stilton
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Sardines in Tomato Sauce Bruschetta
Marinated sardines in rich tomato sauce, served with E5 bake house bread
Beavertown 8 Ball
Beavertown Gamma Ray
Beavertown Neck Oil

Build Your Own

Build Your Own Charcuterie and Cheese Board
Accompanied with newton and pott chutney, crackers, and post code honey.

Sides and Smalls

Nduja & Stilton Bruschetta
Spicy spreadable Nduja topped with Stilton blue cheese on a E5 bake bread
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Olive & Bread
E5 Bake house sourdough bread, marinated olives and olive oil/balsamic dip.
Marinated asparagus Bruschetta
Marinated asparagus in olive oil and E5 bakehouse bread
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Artichokes Bruschetta
Artichokes in olive oil and a E5 bakehouse bread
Stuffed Squid Bruschetta
Stuffed squid in rich tomato sauce and E5 Bake house bread
Anchovy & Sun blushed tomato Bruschetta
Anchovy & Sun blushed tomato on E5 bread
Black Olive Tapenade & Anchovies Bruschetta
Black Olive Tapenade & Anchovies on E5 bakehouse bread


Bresaola and Rocket Carpaccio
Bresaola from Blackhand Charcuterie with Rocket


E5 Bread basket
E5 bread
Cured Cuts
Marinated Cobble Lane cured cuts, artichokes, sun blushed tomato, cappers, olive oil
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Isle of White Sunblush Tomatoes


Beavertown 8 Ball
A mash up of spicy rye and zesty hops, * Ball is one of Beavertown's first recipes to make it out of the kitchen. It was first made using old pool balls to weigh the hop sack down in the beer - hence the name.
Beavertown Gamma Ray
A brew you can sit on and drink all day, rammed with juicy malts and huge tropical aromas of mango and grapefruit
Beavertown Neck Oil
Beavertown's ultimate session beer, designed to be perfect at any time
Beavertown Black Betty
Kernal Ipa
Kernal Pale Ale
50 cl bottle
Table Beer
50 cl bottle
Five Points XPA
Five Points Pale
Five Points Pils
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Pressure Drop Pale Fire
Pressure Drop Bosko
Pressure Drop Wallbanger
Pressure Drop Wu Gang

White Wine

Ciello Bianco Catarratto Italy Sicily
Slightly cloudy, rich and complex with hints of peach, honey and nuttiness, but still zesty, crisp and fresh. Simply ridiculously good wine at the price. (Natural)
Arndorfer Gruner Veltliner Strassertal Gruner Velt...
A wonderfully refreshing and lively natural gruner. Great with South East Asian and other lightly spicy cuisines. (Natural)
Pierre Luneau Papin 2014 Folle Blanche France Loir...
Native to the sea end of the Loire valley, Folle Blanche is crisp, super-fresh and great with seafood, or on its own as an aperitif. (Organic)
Laureatus Albarino Spain Rias Baixas
Galician Albarino is arguably Spain’s greatest contribution to the world of wine, and this is a lovely, characteristic example. Zesty and sea breeze fresh with subtle aromatics, minerality and hints of exotic fruit. Best seafood wine ever.
Bellotti Bianco Cortese Italy Piemonte
This is essentially a declassified, natural Gavi, and offers a balance of rich creamy butteriness with fresh zesty citrus, floral notes and hints of almond and walnut in the mix too. Lovely
Ciu Ciu Arbinus Verdiccio Italy Verdiccio dei Cast...
Lovely balance of crisp freshness enhanced by volcanic minerality, with delicate panettone richness of almond and orange blossom (Organic).
Zaccagnini Verdicchio, Italy, Le Marche
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi; Italy, Le Marche Brilliantly bright and clean verdicchio, with bags of volcanic minerality, and a subtly characteristic hints of almond and orange blossom
Domaine du Verger Muscadet Sur Lie Melon de Bourgo...
Superb Muscadet from one of our favourite producers. Crisp, fresh with subtle richness from lees ageing. Fabulous with seafood. Everything you'd want in a summer wine (even when it's no longer summer).
Sorrentino Verso Falanghina Italy Campania
Falanghina from vineyards on the slopes of Mount Vesuvius, so crisp and fresh with loads of volcanic minerality as you'd expect,balanced with lush fruit and hints of almond and orange blossom (Organic).
Chevassu Cotes du Jura Chardonnay
Chardonnay; France, Cotes du Jura Chardonnay, but not as most of us think of it. Made "sous voile" in the Jura tradition, the wine matures under a veil of yeast, like a finosherry, allowing just a hint of oxidisation. Rich, complex and terrific with meat & cheese!
Torre Solear Macabeo; Spain, La Mancha
Zesty and fresh macabeo from central Spain with bright citrus notes and floral aromatics but with real depth and texture from ageing on its lees. Terrifically versatile and a lot of wine for the money
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Gigondan Cotes du Rhone,France, Rhone
Rousanne/Grenache Blanc/Clairette/Viognier; France, Rhone Richly complex and extravagantly perfumed with white flowers, lavender and exotic fruit coming across in layers, without being heavy or overpowering. A lovely, lingering finish leaves you with an aroma of almonds.

Red Wine

Judith Beck Ink Zweigelt St Laurent Austria Burgen...
Unusually full and fruity for Zweigelt, rounded by 10 months oak aging, with juicy summer berry notes supported by characteristically fresh minerality. (Biodynamic)
Familia Cecchin Organic Malbec Sin Sulfitos Malbec...
Unoaked, made to be drunk young and fresh, but complex, earthy and spicy - punches way above it’s weight (Organic)
Thierry Germain Saumur Champigny Cabernet Franc Fr...
Light in body but deep, rich and punchy in flavour, with concentrated red and black berry fruit and gentle spice. Fantastic with cheese. (Biodynamic)
Vignerons d'Estezargues Cuvee des Galets Grenache ...
Juicy with soft blackberry, liquorice, pepper and nutmeg, but surprisingly light and fresh for Southern Rhone – even try it lightly chilled. (Natural)
Ciello Rosso Nero D’Avola Italy Sicily
Juicy black fruit, a subtle hint of spice and an underlying mineral earthiness give real character to this supremely easy drinking red. Ideal pizza/pasta matcher (Natural)
Ampeleia Unlitro Alicante (Grenache) Italy Tuscany
Alicante is the local (and confusing) name for Grenache, but this is unlike grenache as most of us know it – light and fruity, with a rustic, earthy core, it’s so easy drinking it’s as well it comes by the litre… (Natural)
De Martino Viejas Tinajas Cinsault Chile Maule Val...
Early harvest, light pressing and limited skin contact make for wonderfully elegant and subtly complex wines fermented and aged in traditional clay pots known as ‘tinajas’ (Natural)
St Cirice Syrah Grenache Marselan France Pays du G...
Soft fruit, warm spice and subtle notes of provencale herbs lend depth without excess weight to this silky red from the very bottom end of the Rhone. (Organic)
Hacienda Grimon Crianza Tempranillo Spain Rioja
14 months barrel ageing is enough to impart this crianza with the requisite rioja velvety smoothness and hint of vanilla from the oak without stripping the bright berry freshness of the fruit. Lovely. (Organic)
Roncier Rouge Pinot Noir Gamay France Burgundy
10% Gamay means you can't call this vibrant. Mercurey red a Burgundy, and makes it a delicious bargain. Full of ripe raspberry, with a backbone of earthy, gamey aromas and a hint of white pepper spice.
Terre de Mistral Grenache Syrah Carignan France Rh...
The Cotes de Rhone AOC red from one of the most progressive co-operatives in France. All the dark fruit and spice you'd expect of the southern Rhone, but subtle.
Raisins Gaulois Gamay France Beaujolais
Fresh, juicy gamay from a producer who deliberately 'opted out' of the Beaujolais appelation. Bursting with strawberry, raspberry and cherry fruit. Summer in a glass, all year round.
Rafa Bernabe TragoLago; Monastrell; Spain, Alicant...
This densely flavoured monastrell is a great introduction to natural wines, but remains a favourite with hardcore aficionados. Dark, juicy fruit, backed up by savoury earth tones with just enough “funk’ and ‘crunch’ to let you know you’re drinking “natural”.
Gigondan Syrah Syrah France Rhone valley
Deep purple, full of ripe black fruit, notes of violets and herbs and peppery spice this is terrifically well balanced, fresh but smooth and rich, with a surprising hint of vanilla despite not touching oak
Fabre Montmayou Malbec Malbec Argentina Mendoza
Wonderfully smooth, complex, richly layered malbec with lots of dark berry fruit, hints of bitter chocolate, anise and cedarwood, and velvet smooth tannins. Subtly powerful, grown up wine.
Fabre Montmayou Merlot Argentina Mendoza
Herve Joyaux Fabre's Bordeaux roots show in this richly merlot. Notes of wild berry and chocolate, vanilla, cedarwood are perfectly balanced. This could be a serious right bank claret
Petit Fantet d’Hyppolite; France, Corbieres
Carignan/Syrah/Grenache; France, Corbieres Full, rich and smooth with lots of juicy, dark berry fruit and warm spices, both soft and peppery. A natural companion to rich stews and spicy sausage.

Orange Wine

Baglio Bianco Cattarrato Italy Sicily
Orange wines can be a bit Marmite-y – natural wine aficionados love them, to others they’re a challenge. If you’re orange curious, then this is a great place to start – all the tannic structure and body that distinguishes orange wines from white but in a thoroughly approachable, downright easy drinking form. (Natural)
Pheasant’s Tears Rkatsiteli Georgia
Traditional Georgian “amber” wine, fermented in beeswax lined “Qvevri” (earthenware pots) buried in the ground. A rich deep flavoured wine with complex layers of quince, apricot and hints of nutty oloroso sherry.
Antonio Camillo Toscana Bianco, Procanico, Italy, ...
Supremely drinkable ‘light’ orange wine, made from an obscure native grape variety by one of our favourite producers, which somehow combines crisp mineral freshness with rich fruit and nut flavours and hints of butterscotch and caramel.
Rafa Bernabe Benimacquia; Moscatel; Spain, Alicant...
Moscatel; Spain, Alicante Deep orange moscatel, fermented and aged in amphorae with a full 6 months on skins Typically intense with fresh,rich, sour, sweet and salty elements all finding a harmonious balance.
De Martino Viejas Tinajas Muscat; Chile, Itata Val...
Made from old vine grapes, vinified and aged in traditional earthenware pots called tinajas.6 months skin contact and light oxidization combine to produce a wine both bone dry and rich with sweet notes. Elegant, deep and complex.
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Sparkling Wine

CasaBelfi Colfondo Prosecco Glera Italy Veneto
Extraordinary Prosecco in a number of ways – this is bottle fermented, the resulting sediment then being left in the bottle to enrich the flavour and texture of the wine in the glass. Swirl before pouring for maximum effect. (Natural)
Bernadi Prosecco Glera Italy Veneto
To call this our ordinary prosecco is cruelly unfair. Zingy green apple and citrus notes contrast with candied fruit and hint of sherbert to give a much more complex and interesting glass of fizz than your average prosecco.
Masia D'Or Rose; Garnatxa/Monastrell Spain, Penede...
Pink sparkling wine tends to be dismissed as frivolous, which is to overlook that fact it can actually make for very well balanced and versatile food wines. This is a cracker - dry, super fresh and bright with summery red berry fruit. And, of course, bags of fun!
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Masia D'Or Brut Natur; Macabeo/Xarel.lo/Parellada ...
Brut Nature is the driest style of methode traditionelle sparkling wines, with no sugar added after second fermentation. Super crisp and fresh, but with none of the harsh acidity that sometimes comes along. Very, very drinkable cava at a terrific price.
Sorrentino Modda, Piedirosso, Aglianico, Schiascin...
Fizzy red is often dismissed as sweet bubblegumpop, but it shouldn't be. Produced by 'methode ancestrale' from native grapes, this is bright with fresh summer berry fruit, yet dry, meaty, earthy and deep, making it a seriously good match for charcuterie, cheese or BBQ. And bubbles too!

Rose Wine

Domaine Sainte Marie Rose’ Grenache Cinsault Syrah...
Classic Provencale rose of a delightful hue, with fresh pink grapefruit on the nose and subtle hints of boiled sweets, raspberry and rose to the crisp, dry palate. Grown up rose.
Reserve de Gassac Rose’ 2014 Grenache Syrah Carign...
From the Harault zone of the eastern Languedoc, where the vines grow on Jurassic limestone slopes. Vivid pink with salmon hints and intense nose with hints of strawberry.
Sparkling Masia D'Or Rose;Garnatxa/Monastrell Spai...
Pink sparkling wine tends to be dismissed as frivolous, which is to overlook that fact it can actually make for very well balanced and versatile food wines. This is a cracker - dry, super fresh and bright with summery red berry fruit. And, of course, bags of fun!
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Petali Rosato, Sangiovese; Italy, Tuscany
Delightfully food friendly organic rose, rich and mouthfilling on the palate bursting with red summer berries, cherry and stone fruit. A white peach and prosciutto starter in a glass
Txomin Etxaniz Txakoli Hondarrabi Zuri/Hondarrabi ...
The 5 generations of Chueca family wine-makers are iconic within the admittedly tiny world of Txakoli aficionados. Their rose has a backbone of characteristic lean minerality, lifted by bright strawberry, cherry and pomegranate notes and a delightful spritz.

Sweet and Fortified Wine

El Maestro Sierra Fino Palomino Spain Jerez de Fro...
Fabulous fino from a true independent. Pale, crisply fresh and bone dry, but richly complex at the same time with more than a hint of sea salt tang. Drink ice cold with green olives and smoked, salted almonds. Heaven.
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El Maestro Sierra Amontillado Palomino Spain Jerez...
12 years solera aging initially under 'flor', produces a dry, but richly complex wine fabulously combining sea salt freshness with hints of green olive, and deep, nutty notes with suggestions of dried fruit. This is truly fine wine at an approachable price.
El Maestro Sierra PX Pedro Ximenez Spain Jerez de ...
One of the world's most distinctive wines, the sweetest of all sherries is black, thick and sticky, like treacle in a good way! A dessert in its own right, a shot poured over good vanilla ice cream makes the easiest recipe ever. Truly the nectar of the Gods.
l'Ancienne Cure Jour de Fruit Semillon Muscadelle ...
Late harvested botrytised grapes give a wine of richly honeyed complexity balanced with zesty freshness. Complex notes of dried fruits, nuts and caramel with a heady orange blossom bouquet. Great with fruity desserts, foie gras or blue cheese.
Godelia Libamus; Mencia Spain, Castilla y Leon
'Naturalmente dulce' Mencia - late harvested,unfortified, and although it would be classed as a dessert wine we could equally call it a fabulous cheese wine. Lightly sweet, with the wild, brambly character of the grape to the fore, and a mineral edge keeping it bright and fresh.
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Delaforce White Port; Malvasia Fina, Rabigato, Gou...
Port isn’t only vintage, and isn’t just for Christmas. There are few things finer on a sultry summer’s evening than a glass of fine white port over ice. Make it long with tonic and a twist of lemon
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