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Beacon Hill

Named after the Leicestershire landmark which boasts panoramic views across the county, Beacon Hill is a wonderfully moreish beer perfect to sip whilst taking in the view - our Leicestershire fox agrees!





1.1 units per half

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Malty, floral, hoppy

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Lightly hopped, moreish


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Available in cask, keg, minikeg and bottle all year round.

Our cask beers use isinglass finings, therefore, are not vegetarian. Good news though - our keg and bottled beers are all suitable for vegetarians!

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Some deliciousBeer and food pairings

Bitters pair superbly with a wide range of foods. Their flavour intensity ensures they’re a brilliant match with classic dishes such as roast lamb or sausage and mash, where the beer's sweetness will complement the natural sweetness in the meat. They’ll also complement cheese-based foods like macaroni cheese or a ploughman’s. 

There's a beer for that

Perfect with...

Roast chicken, lasagne

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Enjoy the countrysideOn yer bike!

A wonderfully moreish ale brewed with British hops and premium Maris Otter malt.

Our beer is named after the Leicestershire landmark Beacon Hill, which boasts panoramic views across the county and takes its name from its history as a signaling point.  Many times, over the centuries a beacon has been lit near the summit to give warning or to commemorate an important national event. 

It would take around 90 minutes to cycle from Leicester City Centre via National Cycle Route 6 to Beacon Hill, where you can enjoy a further 4.8km circling the park, stopping at plenty of pub stops along the way!

Beacon Hill is the perfect pint to savour for any occasion.