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Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

"Castor Ales" is a brewery dedicated to the production of fine quality real ales.  The brewery is located in the village of Castor, on the outskirts of Peterborough.  Castor was the location of an important Roman settlement and the Roman palace (c. 250 AD) was the second largest Roman building in Britain. The area was a Roman industrial site where pottery known as 'Castor Ware' was produced.

See below for the range of regular beers brewed by The Castor Ales Brewery, tasting notes and information on each beer.

Old Scarlett, 4.6% abv

A dark bitter with a fresh fruity taste.  (Old Scarlett won a bronze in the premium bitter category at Falmouth).

Salters Tree, 3.4% abv

A hoppy session bitter with citrus undertones.

Serene Nene, 4.5% abv

A rich full flavoured bitter with a hint of toffee.

Roman Gold, 3.7% abv

A refreshing summer bitter, well hopped, with a light nutty after taste.

E.T.A (Edmund Tyrell Artis), 4.0% abv


Castor Oil, 4.1% abv


Falcon Stout, 5.3% abv


Castor and Pollux, 4.8% abv

Winter Ale.

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