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Call it what you like,

Real ale, cask beer, bitter, traditional ale, cask-conditioned, bottle-conditioned - even if you don't drink ales yourself, you're sure to know someone who enjoys a decent pint!

And that's what Frog Island Brewery Ltd is all about - decent honest pints brewed using traditional methods and quality English raw materials, where possible. There is nothing artificial about our real ales!

Based in the heart of Northampton, England, we have been recreating the traditional local style of refreshingly bitter beers since 1994.

We now provide a mobile bar service (Call for details) •Take advantage of our new online ordering and payment system or just browse our products and services that include... •Personalised bottles of beer •Bottled beers and gift packs available by mail order •Polypins -  20 litres, and also 10 litres (only available at Christmas) (36 pints)at Christmas ,ideal to collect from the Brewery if you are having a party! (Please ring or order from the site.) If you live nearby, just call in and see the brewery and pick up some beer. We stock a range of award-winning ales available to the public, businesses and the licensed trade and much, much more!


Fire-Bellied Toad Bottle-Conditioned Beer
Fire-Bellied Toad Bottle-Conditioned Beer
12 x 500ml bottles of Fire-Bellied Toad Beer Name Fire-Bellied Toad  Alcoholic strength 5.0% A.B.V. Order Quantity ...
Price: 25.20
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Natterjack
Natterjack
4.8% A.B.V. A golden premium ale An initial sweetness is followed by floral hop flavours.  The combination of malts ...
Price: 62.40
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Shoemaker
Shoemaker
4.2% A.B.V. Easy-drinking session beer The initial malty taste is complimented by the citrus flavours and bitterness ...
Price: 57.30
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That old Chestnut box
That old Chestnut box
4.4% A.B.V. A rich chestnut beer, with subtle roasted notes.  Cascade hops bring a sweet spiciness to the beer, whilst ...
Price: 60.00
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