Our Beers



In 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 the Royal British Legion Club Marlow won the
CAMRA Club of the Year award for Aylesbury Vale & Wycombe
The Club has repeated this success by winning the CAMRA Regional Club of the Year, Central Southern Area (Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire) in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017

Our next beer festival, SummerFest 2019, will take place on ;

Thursday 22nd August 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.  
Friday 23rd August 11 a.m. to midnight Around 15 specially selected Ales
Saturday 24th August 11 a.m. to midnight 2 Ciders
Sunday 25th August 12 noon to 11 p.m. and a Gin Festival 
Monday 26th August August Bank Holiday Monday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.  
Full details of the beers appearing at SummerFest 2019
will be shown on the Beer Festivals page







Brewery Beer Tasting Notes  
Current Beers      
Ringwood Razorback  3.8% Tempting hop aroma with fruit notes. Good malt feel in the mouth, dry, tangy fruit finish. Delicious, easy drinking, slightly tart, pale bitter
Coming Soon   (probably after the SummerFest beer festival)  
Butts Barbus Barbus  4.6% Hoppy and well-balanced without being sweet
Chiltern Beechwood Bitter Mid amber colour with a rich butter-toffee aroma. Fruity and slightly nutty. Conditioned in and served from a wooden cask
Eyam Eyam Best Deep chestnut coloured ale with malt sweetness balanced with traditional bittering hops  
Funky Hop Donkey (Silver Brewhouse) Funky Hop Light  3.6% NEIPA style West Coast Hybrid IPA. Light bitterness and a tropical fruit dry hop aroma. Hops are Simcoe, Amarillo, Chinook and Galaxy

Raw Grey Ghost  5.9% Classic American IPA with powerful citrus aroma and bitterness thanks to the Cascade and Chinook  hops
Tring Brock This light brown quaffing ale graces us with a hint of sweetness and caramel on the palate, with the dynamic duo of Challenger and Styrian Goldings hops imparting complimentary flavour, aroma and bitterness

Worsthorne Packhorse  3.7% This light amber bitter is their most popular traditional bitter. It has a subtle earthy bitterness and a floral spicy finish achieved using Marynka hops

Worsthorne Red Man  4.2% A light bitter, with distinct grapefruit aftertaste. First produced in Summer 2012 as an Olympic beer, the original proved so popular it was renamed after a local landmark

Ashover   1910 Porter  5.0%
Butts Pale Ale  5.5%

Red Lion Red Ale  4.6%
Victorian Ruby Mild  7.0%
Brampton   Lest We Forget  4.2% Remembrance Ale
Special prices available for packs of 6 or more
Drone Valley   Dronfield Best Bitter  4.3%
Drone Valley IPA  5.2%
Gosforth Gold  4.0%
Peak Ales   IPA  6.0%
Swift Nick  4.0% traditional bitter
Regular Favourites      
Fosters Fosters Lager  4.0% A clean-tasting beer without a sulphurous, grainy or overly malty palate. It’s neither too hoppy nor too fruity and has a creaminess which gives it both sweetness and a full-bodied mouth feel
Kingstone Press Cider  5.3% A refreshingly fruity medium dry cider with a smooth crisp finish. Crafted with a blend of the finest. Dabinett and Michelin bittersweet apples balanced with juice from refreshing eating apples
Lowenbrau Original  5.2% Löwenbräu is a traditional Munich-style beer - pale, slightly aromatic and full-flavoured. It has subtle sweetness and mineral hoppiness
Guinness Guinness Draught  4.2% Sweet smelling with a coffee and malty nose. A perfect balance of bitter and sweet with malt and roast characters. Smooth, creamy and balanced with a distinctively dark, with a rich creamy head
John Smiths John Smith's Smooth  3.6% This bestselling ale has a distinct cereal character, combined with malt and caramel. Equal amounts of fruit and bitterness create a balanced tasting ale with a smooth, creamy texture
San Miguel San Miguel  5.0% Golden Pilsner style lager, full-bodied with a refreshing balance of bitterness from the hops and sweetness from the malt. It has a rich, intense and refreshing flavour





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We have a wide range of activities during the week as well as occasional Live Entertainment on Saturdays. Details of most of these activities are shown on the Weekly Events page


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Contact Details

Feel free to contact us using the following details.

Tel: 01628 486659
Weekday evenings after 7 p.m. and
Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes