Welcome to Kissingate's trade beers page.
This page is dedicated to the pub trade. Here you will find upwards of twenty beers which are brewed on a rotational or seasonal basis.
All our beers are vegan friendly and are produced using pre-filtered water, traditional floor roasted malts and whole flower hops.
We strive to produce something for all tastes from simple session beers to fine, rare and utterly decadent beers.
We have received many for our beers at regional and national level.
A selection of beers featured on this page may also be available from our brewery on a weekly basis.
Please call the brewery first to avoid disappointment.
Brewery: 01403 891335 AWRS URN: XHAW00000101385
A glorious chestnut beer with simple roasted malt notes.
Gentle floral and gathering bitterness derived from a blend of English hops.
Crisp, sherbet bitterness, sweet malty finish. 4.0% abv
A red IPA with multiple flavour layers of malt and prominent citrus fruits.
Riotous citrus bitter sweet finish. 4.8% abv
A full fruit and flavoursome dark mild.
Subtle additions of real black cherries and gentle hopping provide a truly wonderful taste experience. 4.2% abv
CAMRA National Champion Beer of Britain Silver Winner
Great British Beer Festival (Speciality Beer) 2015.
Champion Beer of Britain Gold winner (Speciality Beer) London & South East 2014.
Showcased at the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Great British Beer Festival.
Winner CAMRA Isle of Man Beer Festival 2016
Winner Crawley Beer Festival 2015.
Winner Portsmouth Beer Festival 2014.
Champion Beer of Britain Silver winner (Speciality Beer) London & South East 2013.
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Aromas of dark malt and medium roasted coffee. Notes of chocolate, vanilla and roast chestnuts. Gentle balancing bitterness derived from Waimea and Sticklebract hops.
Made using specially imported sweet coffee beans from the Finca la Cascada microlot farm in Nicaragua. 5.0% abv
Notes of sweet oranges, grapefruit, lemons, resin, pine with a floor roasted malt
backbone to carry a lasting bitter sweet finish. 5.0% abv
A deep, rich traditional stout.
Notes of dark chocolate derived from black and amber malts.
Gentle bitter sweet finish with a hint of wood smoke. 5.1% abv
Full of aroma and character with a Port like 'nose'. Carefully crafted to a higher than
average ABV in order to capture the flavours of an old style ruby mild.
So... lightly hopped but certainly not weak. Treat with the greatest respect. 6.5% abv
Brewed in memory and respect of Sheila Snelling (also known as Mad Mary)
who lived in Crawley until her death in 1995.
Bronze winner (Strong Ales) Champion Beer of Britain London & South East Region 2015.
Won Bev Robbins Trophy Sussex beer at the Sussex Beer Festival 2012.
Won best beer at The Festival of Sussex Tipples 2010 & 2011.
A rich bitter-sweet stout. Subtle liquorice, coffee and molasses flavours with a hint of rum on the nose. 6.0% abv
Brewed in collaboration with The Hope in Carshalton
(CAMRA London Pub of the Year 2012 - 2013).
Won joint Beer of The Lewes Beer Festival 2014.
Second best beer at The Worthing Beer Festival 2014.
A rich, dark and decadent stout with intense notes of molasses, bourbon,
oak and woodsmoke. 6.6% abv
Winner of The Twickenham Beer Festival 2013 and 2014.
Gold winner (Strong Ales) Champion Beer of Britain
London & South East Region 2013.
Easy drinking dark traditional old ale. Smooth dark malt undertones.
Biscuit, oak and smoke notes. Gentle balancing bitter finish. 4.2% abv
Malt, dark chocolate and a hint of woodsmoke underpin a gathering and lasting medium bitter finish. 4.5% abv
Full bodied dark roasted backbone. Subtle blueberry and raisin notes with a gentle gathering bitterness. 5.5% abv
Winner of The Redhill Beer Festival 2015
Available on special order only
A rare and complex double mashed Imperial Stout.
Hints of chocolate, woodsmoke and well aged brandy.
A coming together of richness and softness in perfect harmony. 10.0% abv
Here are some of our awards. We are proud of every one of them and are grateful for all the votes we have received from the public and CAMRA Branches.
Best Sussex Beer at the Sussex Beer Festival 2016 and 2017.
Back-to-back winner of the Bev Robbins Shield.
An extra pale beer with a fresh hoppy character and subtle mango and peach fruit undertones. 4.5% abv
Gold winner (Strong Ales) Champion Beer of Britain
London & South East Region 2017.
A black cherry, chocolate and sweet malt crescendo. Subtle sweet gentle hop finish.
A refreshing amber mild with a light floral bitterness
and subtle herbal fragrances of bay, rosemary and thyme. 4.5%abv
Gentle malt and biscuit character balanced with peach fruit and bitter sweet finish. 4.5% abv
A deep ruby beer. Roasted malt, cinnamon and sweet plum on the nose.
Pleasant fruit and balancing bitterness from Pacific Gem and Waimea hopping.
Christmas in a glass! 4.8% abv
Smooth, dark roasted malt and oatmeal flavours.
Soft and subtle vanilla notes with a mild bitter finish.
A strong mild with notes of chocolate, sweet malt and vanilla.
Voted best beer of Sussex 2018 by South East CAMRA.
First brewed in collaboration with Twickenham Fine Ales. Now revived using the original recipe.
A rich flavoured APA with sweet malt character giving way to mango and sweet pine bitterness derived from a blend of Falconers' Flight and Williamette hops.
A sessionable summer stout.
Subtle sweet raspberries and a hint of vanilla on the nose.
Flavours of dark roasted malt with a medium dry finish. 4.0% abv