The Hunters has three beer engines whereby they serve constantly changing ales of the highest quality and, in the first three months of opening Grahame and Sue have served in excess of thirty different ales with more on the way.

An extensive wine list (See below) compliments the Ale offer, and a selection of Gins, Spirits and Cocktails top the drinks offer.

Wine List

Sparkling Wines


Prosecco Borgo SanLeo, NV


Veneto, Italy


Intense floral, fruity bouquet. A wonderfully fresh and well-balanced, appley palate with just a hint of delicate almond. (1) 11.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Prosecco Borgo SanLeo 20cl, NV


Veneto, Italy


Intense floral, fruity bouquet. A wonderfully fresh and well-balanced, appley palate with just a hint of delicate almond. (1) 11.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Ponsard Brut, NV


Champagne, France


Champagne Ponsard is a sous label from the renowned de Castellane in Epernay, which is owned by the Laurent-Perrier group. It has a delicious full yeasty aroma from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. (1) 12.5% vol, Vegetarian

White Wines


Intorno Catarratto Pinot Grigio, 2018/19


Sicily, Italy


A dry, soft and well-balanced wine, with delicate pear and almond flavours. An ever-popular glass of white. (1) 12.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Fincas de Azabache, Tempranillo Blanco, 2017/18


Rioja, Spain


This is a real find. White Tempranillo is a ‘new’ grape variety but closely linked to the well known red Tempranillo grown all over Spain. This style is robust yet unoaked, with apple refreshment and elegantly balanced. (1) 12.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Gravel & Loam Sauvignon Blanc, 2018/19


Marlborough, New Zealand


Intense gooseberry aromas alongside fresh herbaceous and grassy notes. Vibrant passion fruit, citrus and peach characters with top notes of melon and kiwi balanced with softer apple and white pear flavours. Well structured zesty acidity with fantastic length and elegance. (1) 13.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Laroche, unoaked Chardonnay, 2017/18


Languedoc, South of France, France


Skillfully-made modern wine, with a high-toned bouquet of limes, and a creamy-clean richness on the palate. (2) 13.0% vol, Vegetarian



Acquae Picpoul de Pinet, 2018/19


Languedoc, South of France, France


A dry white wine with a pale gold colour. A fine, fresh nose with fruity and floral aromas. A refreshing palate with hints of citrus and floral. (1) 13.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Dart Valley Reserve, 2017/18


Devon, England


Super full-flavoured, zippy estate wine. Energetic and with all the structure for a long and happy life. (2) 11.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Chablis Jean Deligny, 2017/18


Chablis, Burgundy, France


A rich and complex wine with a wonderful, fat structure in the mouth and the charming typical Chardonnay aromas of butter or brioche. Harmonious, fine and elegant with an excellent aromatic linger. (1) 12.5% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan

Rose Wines


Intorno Pinot Grigio Rosato, 2018/19


Sicily, Italy


A light and delicate dry rosé with gentle hints of strawberry fruit and a sherbet touch. Soft, refreshing and uplifting. (2) 12.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Sables d’Azur Rosé, 2018/19


Côtes de Provence, South of France, France


Classic Côtes de Provence rosé. Salmon coloured, elegant nose of white flowers, summer fruits and citrus with crisp acidity and delicate finish. (1) 13.0% vol, Vegetarian

Red Wines


Honoré de Berticot Merlot, 2016/17


Côtes de Duras, South of France, France


No heaviness, here is a light supple Merlot that takes its cue from many traditional light wines made in neighbouring Bordeaux. (C) 12.5% vol


Waqi Malbec, 2018/19


Mendoza, Argentina


Bright ruby colour. Dry, medium bodied with flavours of plums, cherries and sweet spice. (C) 12.5% vol, Vegetarian


Ermita de San Felices Selección Rioja, 2017/18


Rioja, Spain


Light, elegant with plenty of summer-pudding red berry fruit. Light oak adds weight and concentration. The vibrant violet, cherry fruit is typical of good Tempranillo Rioja. (C) 13.5% vol, Vegetarian


Laurent Miquel Syrah-Grenache, 2016/17


Languedoc, South of France, France


Smoky, spicy and herby with plenty of attractive hedgerow fruit flavours and good, solid weight. An almost chalky minerality that begs to be matched with robust food. (C) 13.5% vol


Twist of Fate Cabernet Sauvignon, Hesketh, 2014/15


South Australia, Australia


Bright and juicy with generous notes of ripe dark berry fruits alongside lovely roasted coffee beans and a slick of cedar. Firm, grippy tannins into a long and mouth-watering finish. (C) 13.5% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan


Valmoissine Pinot Noir, Louis Latour, 2015/16


Côteaux du Verdon, South of France, France


Valmoissine is the upland site of an ancient monastery, perfect for Pinot Noir. The proof is its fresh strawberry aroma and open flavours, the effect is of ripe softness. (B) 12.0% vol, Vegetarian


St. John’s Road Blood & Courage, Shiraz, 2016/17


Barossa, South Australia, Australia


Vibrant, deep Barossa Shiraz in all its glory! Brooding dark plums, liquorice and chocolate abound in this rich and flavoursome wine. (D) 14.0% vol, Vegetarian, Vegan