The Society offers seasonal selections of beers, often as mixed cases, alongside lightly sparkling Normandie cider and a small selection of low and no-alcohol drinks. Often the problem with soft drinks is that they are too sweet and cloying, making them unsuitable partners to food. ##
The juices and cordials below have been chosen because they have enough acidity, bite and flavour to go with a wide variety of foods making them a good grown-up alternative to wine.
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A delicious, pale, American-style wheat ale. Light gold in colour with vibrant citrus and tropical fruit on the nose, a satisfying texture on the palate and a hoppy, lively character through to the finish. It's just a
This juice is stacked with sweet, ripe fruit.
The Bramley apple produces a crisp, tart and refreshing juice.
Only the petals of fresh wild elderflowers are used in this highly concentrated cordial.
Beat the Breathalyser with this de-alcoholised sparkling wine from Gratien & Meyer.
A traditionally produced, lightly filtered (and therefore slightly hazy) medium sweet Normandy sparkling cider. Drink it cellar cool.
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The Wine Society is a mutual organisation, so our members' satisfaction is paramount. If, for any reason, you haven't enjoyed a wine we want to hear about it and will happily offer a credit, a replacement or a refund.