XT Brewing Co. Notley Farm, Long Crendon, Bucks , HP18 9ER
01844 208 310
XT - Cock Ale - 6.0% ABV Amber
A traditional medieval recipe for a Chicken Beer
Made with real whole roast chicken and raisins.
Much nicer than it sounds. More info here
WAS AVAILABLE December 2012 - Brewery Open Day.
XT - Alehoof - 4.0% ABV
A pale ale made without hops, instead using the ancient tradition
of alehoof or ground ivy. A rich and earthy ale. More info here
WAS AVAILABLE - Summer 2012
XT - Pumpkin - 4.3% ABV
Made with real pumpkins - roasted and brewed with some spooky spices
WAS AVAILABLE - Haloween 2012
XT - Beta - 5.7%
Brewed with a mix of spices on a dark malty base. A winter warmer.
WAS AVAILABLE - at Wantage and Egham Beer Festivals
XT - Alpha - 4.7%
Brewed with raw chocolate and fresh blackberries. A subtle nutty dark chocolate taste with the tartness of dark fruits.
WAS AVAILABLE - at Aylesbury & Oxford Beer Festival 2012
XT - Gamma- 4.3%
Brewed with a massive amount of Columbus Hops
WAS AVAILABLE - at Egham Beer Festival
XT - Delta - 4.6%
Brewed with raw chocolate and
WAS AVAILABLE - Lamb and Flag, Oxford
XT - APA - 4.4%
Apricot Pale Ale
A lightly hopped beer, brewed with whole apricots.
WAS AVAILABLE - spring 2012
XT - Medieval Ale - 7.9%
Un-hopped ancient recipe for a traditional ale.
Brewed without a boiling stage, and using home malted ingredients
WAS AVAILABLE - Winter 2010
These were beers we have made - Specials and Limited Editions
XT - 99 - 5% Roast Cacao Chocolate Beer
Cask version of the Roast Cacao Bottled Beer.
Brewed in collaboration with Will Torrent.
WAS AVAILABLE - March and April 2013
XT - AlphaAcid- 6% ABV, 1000 IBU - Xtreme Bittering IPA
Alpha Acid is a heavily hopped IPA with a mouth puckering bitterness. Brewed with masses of intense American Hops to produce what is possibly Britain’s Bitterest Beer. A pale beer with a distinctive heavy hop haze that hides what lies beneath.
Brewed especially for the St Albans beer festival .
XT - 53 - 4.2% ABV Jubilee Pale Ale
A special beer brewed for the Jubilee holiday.
Named for the 1953 Coronation
WAS AVAILABLE - Jubilee Holiday 2012
XT - 80 - 5.2% ABV IPA
A special IPA beer. Might return again…
Named for 80 IBU degrees of Bittering
WAS AVAILABLE - August Holiday 2012
XT - FORTY TWO - 4.2% ABV Amber
A limited edition stronger version of our ever popular XT-Four
XT - Sixtythree - 4.5% ABV Pale Ale
A special festival beer - Orange and lemon mingle with rare New Zealand Hops with a rich malty base.
Named for: 1963 - The Beeching Report
WAS AVAILABLE - March 2013
XT - Black IPA - 4.5% ABV Dark Ale
A special festival beer
Dark and with generous hop additions -
a prototype for more radical dark IPAs to come
WAS AVAILABLE - March 2013
XT/Barnet - Palomino 4.0% ABV Pale Ale
Brewed especially for Barnet Brewery and Oak Taverns
A Golden Pale Ale with fresh American Hops on English and Bohemian Malts
XT & Thame Brewery - Hoppiness Collaboration - 4.2% ABV
A Golden Pale Ale - brewed in collaboration with the Thame Brewery. Crisp Golden Beer with American Cascade and Columbus hops.
XT - 1215 Magna Carta - Amber Ale
Brewed for the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. William Marshal of Long Crendon was a principle baron. Using pale malts from Yorkshire and Goldings, Admiral and Challenger hops from Herefordshire and Kent. An all English Ale
XT - Scrum 4.2% Golden Ale
A golden ale brewed with Wheatley Rugby Club. English malts and an international blend of hops - coming together in a crisp clean beer great for drinking with your team mates
XT & Brightside Brewing Co - North South Collide - Golden 4%
Working with the trendy Manchester brewers: Brightside Brewing Co; the brewers have banged their heads together and produced ‘North South Collide’ a 4% super pale hoppy beer brewed with very low colour crystal malts and Ella & Styrian Cardinal hops. XT and Brightside brewed together in Manchester for this first collaboration – the follow up beer will be made at XT in the summer.
XT - Pi - 3.141% ABV Roast Black Mild
A transcendental Mild, with an irrational, never ending depth of roasty flavours. Works out perfectly.
Spring Time Mild
XT - Saison 14 - 4.5% ABV Hazy Pale
A Golden Pale Ale - brewed with a semi wild Belgian Saison Yeast. A zesty fruity refreshing ale with a natural haze.
XT - Lest We Forget - 4.2% ABV Red Ale
Brewed for the Royal British Legion and the Poppy Appeal. A Red Ale with English Admiral Hops. A donation from every cask sold will be presented to the Poppy Appeal.
October and November
XT - XPA 5.9% American IPA
An IPA brewed with crisp, clean extra pale malts and more hop additions than any of our other beers. Plus a cooler, slower fermentation for a really special hop forward flavour.
XT - TEN 4.5% Black Stout
a full bodied black, heart-warming stout, brewed with rich roasted malts and fresh English grown hops.
XT - Experimental Code 127 - 4.2% Pale Ale
the English hop growers are developing new hop varieties and XT has been selected to work on this project by brewing experimental beers using these new hops. The varieties are still in development, are only available to the partner brewers and only have code names. This is the second experimental beer - brewed in collaboration with Farams Hops
XT - XPA 7.2% Black IPA
Rammed with hops for a full flavour Cascadian Dark Ale - all the hop impact of the XPA but with a dark and mysterious twist.
XT - SIXTEEN - 6% ABV Belgian IPA
Quadruple hopped with some of Europe’s finest greenery. Belgian speciality malts and a European Union of hops all presided over by a Brussels Abbey Ale Yeast; brewed on the site of an Augustinian Abbey.
XT - Six Six Six - 6.66% ABV Black Magic
The number of the yeast beast, 666 is South Seas Black Magic potion. A dark and moody beer heavily hopped with Green Bullet, Wakatu, and Dr Rudi hops from New Zealand. They say the Devil finds wort for idle hands.
XT - Experimental Code 125 - 4.2% Pale Ale
the English hop growers are developing new hop varieties and XT has been selected to work on this project by brewing experimental beers using these new hops. The varieties are still in development, are only available to the partner brewers and only have code names. The first of the new variety beers uses CF125 – if this sells well, then the variety will be moved to large scale production growing and given a more catchy name.
XT Brit-Hop, GBBF Festival Special – 5% Xperimental Hop Pale Ale
A GBBF Special edition beer brewed in collaboration with the British Hop Association and Charles Faram Hop Merchants. Crafted with leading edge experimental British hop varieties. Part of the British Hop Association research and development programme.
HOPS = #Top Secret# as yet unreleased hop varieties available exclusively to XT
MALTS = Pale, Vienna, CaraPils