Green & Pleasant English Beers

Like most thirty year olds I'm a huge fan of alcohol, my particular weakness is lager, I could seriously drink pint after pint, especially on a sunny day in the garden. When I heard about the independent Green & Pleasant beers brewed in England I couldn't wait to try them out. Their craft lager is the house lager of the Ritz's Rivoli bar, amongst other high esteemed places, so I knew it would be good.

green & pleasant beers in carry boxes
Green & Pleasant 12 Bottle Case £28.50*

twelve bottles of green & Pleasant lager, lemon shandy, cider and ale

Along with their lager and lemon shandy they have just introduced a natural cider and golden ale.

All Green & Pleasant products are made using local ingredients, the apples for the cider travel just four miles from the tree to the press.

We really enjoyed these beers, they were all very tasty and more-ish!

hand pouring green & pleasant lemon shandy into tilted pint glass

Our particular favourite was the Lemon Shandy. We have tried lemon shandy from other well known brands in the past, but this was so much nicer, it wasn't as heavy, it was just tasty and refreshing.

three quarter full pint glass with a empty bottle of green & Pleasant lemon shandy next to it

Green & Pleasant can be purchased on-line here and in these stores.

Are you a beer drinker? Which of these do you think you would like the most?

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  1. I'm a lagar drinker myself - but I'd like to try the cider. Mainly because it's got the highest alcohol content. Haha.

    Corinne x

  2. I'm not a beer drinker myself. although I do like fruity Belgian beers but my husband loves his beer. I will show him these beers, they look right up his street!


  3. I'm not a beer drinker but I actually like the sound of these....

  4. I'm a lager drinker too, like you say, you can't beat a nice cold one on a sunny day! (shame SW doesn't allow more syns) haha.
    The lemon shandy sounds really nice :) x


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