QBR 6 pack

Queen Bohemian Lager is brewed under purity laws where the only ingredients allowed are: Soft water, czech malt, nobel saaz hops and Czech yeast, which results in a very drinkable pure product. Our Queen Bohemian Lager is a must for any beer lover! Naturally fermented also allows for a less gassy brew!


Introducing St. Peter’s Dirty Tackle! Avoid the scrum & make sure you score an early try as our most popular seasonal ale makes a winning return. A full-bodied malty beer with a clean citrus aroma tackles your taste buds & kicks its opponents into touch. 4% ABV. Available in 16.9oz bottles.


The legendary rock band AC/DC has teamed up with the German brewer Karlsberg to bring you a premium lager in a pint sized can. With a design inspired by their latest album ‘Rock or Bust’, this beer is not only great to look at but great on the taste buds too. 5% ABV, available in […]


India Pale Ales were brewed in the 19th century with long sea travel in clipper ships across the equator to India in mind. In order to endure these rigours, the beers were high in alcohol and brewed with plenty of hops. The hops provided a spicy bitterness balancing the malt and maintaining the quality of […]


At the World Beer Championship in 1994, St-Ambroise Oatmeal Stout received the second highest rating of the over 200 beers in the competition and won one of only nine platinum medals awarded. Brewed from 40 percent dark malts and roasted barley, this intensely black ale carries strong hints of espresso and chocolate. Oatmeal contributes body […]


Apricot Wheat Ale blends various barley malts with malted wheat and natural Apricot essence to create an original-tasting beer with a clean, fruit nose. 5% ABV. Now available in 4-Pack 16oz cans.


Cider has sparkled in Brittany since the Iron Age, when Gaul warriors roamed the ancient land named “Armor” or “Country-by-the-Sea.” They worshiped the sun, the moon and the stars and feared nothing but the sky falling on them. Celt cider is named after these proud and fearless warriors who lived in the six Celtic nations […]