Green Jack Brewery


The UK's Most Easterly Brewers - Lowestoft, Suffolk


One Of Each!



This mixed case which contains one of each of the 750ml bottles that we do. If you would like to try the full range of our ales then this case of ales is perfect. 

Box Contains:

x1 Lurcher Stout 4.8% is a rich smooth stout, a roasty dark ale with mature blackcurrent in the aroma and a fruity hoppy bitterness in the taste, quickly giving way to a long sweetish aftertaste. Allergy info: Contains Wheat and Barley

x1 Red Herring 5.0% is a rich, fruity red ale, brewed with Oak and Beech smoked malts, giving the beer its subtle smokey flavour and a dry smokey finish. Allergy info: Contains Wheat and Barley

x1 Gone Fishing ESB 5.5% is our extra special bitter. Very traditional in style, even though it is brewed with American hops. A deep amber in coloured ale, Gone Fishing is fruity and malty - it goes down far too easily for a beer of this strength. Allergy info: Contains Wheat and Barley

x1 Mahseer IPA 5.8% abv India Pale Ale as it was always intended to be strong bitter and very hoppy! Our IPA is Brewed with English bittering hops and American aroma hops, a winning combination. Allergy info: Contains Maize and Barley

x1 Ripper 8.5% abv is the Green Jack Brewing Companys champion Barley Wine. Inspired by Belgian tripel ales, this multi-awarding winning brew is dangerously drinkable. Rich amber in colour; Ripper is sweet and fruity with a robust hoip charcter and a warming finish. Allergy info: Contains Wheat, Barley and Maize

x1 Baltic Trader 10.5% abv is an Extra Strong Export Stout. A real heavy weight, Baltic Trader is an extra strong export stout brewed with molasses and three roasted malts, giving fruity flavours with hints of vanilla and roasted coffee. It's like a rich plum pudding in a glass! Allergy info: Contains Wheat and Barley


Note: This product contains live yeast and sediment, it will need to be left in a cool place and standing for at least twelve hours before drunk. Once you are ready to drink the beer, it needs to be opened carefully and decanted into a jug being careful to leave an inch or so at the bottom for the sediment.

Consuming the sediment should not cause illness, however we do not advise it.