Draught Beer

The John Hewitt’s Draught Beer Selection

 

Guinness (Stout)

4.2%, Dublin

Guinness, our biggest seller, is enjoyed by both locals and visitors toBelfast. When you think Ireland, you think Guinness. With an initial malt and caramel flavor, Guinness Draught finishes with a dry roasted bitterness.

Harp (Lager)

4.0%, Ireland

The original Irish lager. Bright pale golden, crisp and clean, slightly bitter up front with a smooth aftertaste.

Carlsberg (Lager)

3.8%, Denmark

Probably the best lager from Denmark ~ or so we’re told! Golden, crisp and clean, a light malty taste with a dry finish.

Hercules BPA (Belfast Pale Ale)

4.3%, Ireland

We were delighted to be the First Pub In The World to Serve this truly wonderful Refreshing Ale which is brewed right here in Belfast by the ‘Hercules Brewing Company’.

Krombacher (Pilsner)

4.8%, Germany

‘Germany’s No.1 Premium Lager’. With an extra dry finish, this is a classic example of a Pilsner. Brewed according to the German beer purity regulations.

Heineken (Lager)

5.0%, Holland

100% Barely malt, choice hops and pure water give this brew unsurpassed clarity. A golden bubbly lager, ample head, with a malty aftertaste.

Hoegaarden (WitBier)

4.8%, Belgium

A superb White Beer fromBelgium. Made from wheat, malted barley, hops, yeast and spices (coriander & curacao). Unfiltered, therefore cloudy in appearance.

Erdinger ~ Hefe (Weissbier)

5.3%, Germany

Brewed just outside Munich in the town of Erding this wheat beer is one of the great Bavarian beers. Even today, this beer is still bottle-fermented in the traditional way and brewed in accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law. Cloudy in appearance, refreshing in taste.

BREWDOG (IPA)

Scotland

‘PUNK IPA’ (5.6% abv) Layered with new world hops to create an explosion of tropical fruit and an all-out riot of grapefruit, pineapple and lychee before a spiky bitter finish, this is transatlantic fusion running at the fences of lost empires.

‘DEAD PONY’ (3.8% abv) is the invigorating surf that pounds the iridescent shoreline yards from the salt-encrusted asphalt of Route 1. The hop-heavy west-coast wonderland awaits. Dive in and the toasted malt base soon yields to a huge box-fresh hop hit, washing tropical fruit, floral garlands and spicy undertones all over your palate. Inspired by US-Style pale ales, Dead Pony is a low amplitude, high voltage hop hit; California dreaming for the craft beer generation.

Samuel Adams (Lager)

4.8%, U.S.A

Since 1985, The Boston Beer Company has become widely respected for the quality of their beers. They use traditional brewing methods to ensure the quality of their beers. Boston Lager uses two row barley for a smooth body, malty flavor, and a roasted aroma.

YARDSMAN (Double Stout)

4.3%, Ireland

Yardsman stout (4.3% abv) is brewed with freshly roasted barley and a range of high quality coloured malts, as well as Irish hops and water and is filtered through Irish linen. The stout is nitrogenated, which creates the white head and a settled, clear but dark ruby black body.

HOP HOUSE 13  (Lager)

5%, Ireland

Hop House 13 is a double-hopped lager made with Irish barley and aromatic hops. Guinness say Hop House is “a distinctive golden lager”. It is brewed with Guinness yeast, Irish barley and a mixture of hops from across the globe – Galaxy and Topaz from Australia and Mosaic from the USA. Hop House 13 is named after an early 1900’s hop store building at the St James’s Gate stronghold, where hops are still stored to this day

Mac Ivors Medium  Cider

4.8%, Ireland

Our ciders are all made using 100% fresh pressed apples. As growers, we know how much hard work goes into producing a perfectly ripe apple so we take extra care to get the very best out of them.
After pressing the most fragrant apple varieties and using cold-fermenting yeast to preserve their aroma, we blend the matured ciders to achieve a perfect balance…
Fresh & fruity for our Medium Cider

FULL SAIL  (IPA)

5.8%, Ireland

From Ireland’s Galway Bay Brewery, The simple malt bill gives an ABV of 5.8% which carries the flavour and really allows the hops to shine through.The hops used are of American origin, Colombus, El Dorado and Cascade (45 IBU). With multiple generous additions in the kettle and further dry hopped before it reaches you as fresh as it can be.

  Local Beers

Check our blackboards for Guest Beers, Ales, and Ciders imported from all over the world.