Our Core Cask Range  Our brewery style is ‘hop forward’, allied with technical excellence and innovative recipes. We’ve won over 70 international, national and local awards and have created collaborative brews with breweries in Australia, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and North America. 


Best Bitter is a copper-coloured classic British ale with tangy taste and fresh hop aroma. It is brewed with locally grown premium pale and crystal malt for its caramel notes, while the traditional use of Golding and Fuggles hops provide the quintessentially bitter balance. (4.2% ABV) 

Knight of the Garter 

is a flaxen-coloured, easy-drinking Golden Ale with distinctive fresh citrus notes brought on by the use of American Amarillo whole leaf hops, giving a strong grapefruit aroma. Zesty sunshine in a glass! (3.8% ABV) 

Windsor Knot 

Pale Ale was originally brewed to commemorate the Royal Wedding of 2012. Made with finest natural ingredients including two specially selected hops, Sovereign and Nelson Sauvin, this beer has a balance of mellow fruitiness with hints of the tropics. (4.0% ABV) 


Black IPA is rich, complex, dark and distinctive. Brewed with a careful blend of five specialty malts and Cascade hops, this beer has an intense combination of flavours from resinous pine to smoky, burnt treacle. (5.0% ABV) 

Our Seasonal Cask Range 

Father Thames 

is a premium bitter brewed with Berkshire malts and Kentish Admiral hops for marmalade notes on a bready, biscuit base. Notes of toffee and caramel complement the hint of added golden syrup for a well-balances and rich autumnal brew. 
Our premium bitter celebrates our links to the River Thames and its importance to the London and Thames Valley Beer Trade. From our brewery next to the banks of the Thames, we’ve gone upriver to source barley from local Berkshire farms and downriver to Kent for the British hops. FATHER THAMES has notes of toffee and caramel that are offset with a marmalade hop aroma. (4.8% ABV) 


STORM, our nitro stout is a smooth, creamy and velvety beer with notes of cold brew coffee and 
bitter dark chocolate. 
To best enjoy STORM, you'll need a substantial first gulp and aim to hit the 'Eye of the Storm' 
Tag us (@windsoretonbrewery) in your videos, taking on the Eye of the Storm challenge. (4.2% ABV) 

 Eton Boatman 

ETON BOATMAN has a fresh clean and full flavoured taste. The combination of American Citra hops with citrus flavours, and Australian Galaxy hops with hints of exotic fruit are perfect for lazy summer days. (4.3% ABV) 

Our Core Keg Range 


was WeBrew’s first lager – an authentic pilsner brewed exclusively with Czech Saaz hops and a yeast sourced from Prague, made with a slow fermentation process followed by 6 weeks lagering. No compromises have been made in producing this award-winning beer. (4.8% ABV) 


is a dry-hoppped Helles style lager first created in summer 2018, brewed with Mandarina Bavaria and North American Lemondrop Hops for a well-balanced dry and crisp beer with sharp zesty citrus notes. (4.0% ABV)) 


Shout is brewed with 6 of the loudest new world hops to give a face-full of zesty, juicy fruit bowl aromas - there's banana, white grape, pineapple & grapefruit over a solid biscuity malt base. Session strength at 4.2% and brewed to be easy drinking with a light body and dry finish. (4.2% ABV) 

Our Seasonal Keg Range 


was the original brew by Uprising, a bold and punchy West Coast IPA brewed with Simcoe hops for a classically clean yet bitter and hoppy aftertaste, and notes of stone fruit throughout. (5.8% ABV) 

 Diablo Rojo 

With a lovely red colour, this beer is brewed to produce a strong (8.4%), hazy Belgian Ale. The flavours are fruity, particularly banana, along with red berry notes coupled with the classic spiciness imparted by the Belgian Yeast. 
A beautiful beer developed by Matt, our Head Brewer, an aficionada of Belgian beer and breweries!. (8.4% ABV) 

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