The Lichfield Vaults, Hereford
Real ale in a real pub
We are justifiably proud of our reputation as Hereford's premier real ale pub. The Lich is a past runner-up (from over 1,000 Star Inn pubs) in the Best Cask Ale category, an accolade that speaks volumes for the hard work Andy and his team put in every day to ensure that you are served the perfect pint.
The selection of beers may vary slightly from time to time but its quality never does. At present the following ales are permanently on tap - plus a guest beer which changes on a regular basis, offering the discerning drinker the chance to enjoy some of Britain's best beers.
The Lich is a Cask Marque accredited pub, a sure sign that you are guaranteed to receive a great pint of cask ale. It was voted Pub of the Season (Spring 2019) by Herefordshire CAMRA.
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A classic pale ale with a golden amber colour. It has a scent of caramel, light fruits and roasted malt hints. This drinkers’ favourite, is a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma. It has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.
This delicious, invigorating and refreshing beer uses our unique combination of hops and 100% Maris Otter malt to provide subtle sweet notes and a delicately citrus aroma. The result is the perfectly refreshing reward if you enjoy your ale lightly hopped, with delicate fruity scents, or even if you’re normally a lager drinker who welcomes an easy drinking, lightness of style.
The Bass Brewery was founded in 1777 by William Bass in Burton-upon-Trent, England. The main brand was Bass Pale Ale, once the highest-selling beer in the UK. By 1877, Bass had become the largest brewery in the world, with an annual output of one million barrels. Its pale ale was exported throughout the British Empire, and the company’s distinctive red triangle became the UK’s first registered trademark.
Bass is a 4.4% ABV cask conditioned beer. It is now brewed by Marston’s in Burton using English hops and dry hopping and is described as “a classic ale with a malty, fruity, nutty aroma and a complex, satisfying flavour”.
Brewed by S A Brain and based on a recipe from 1885 and brewed in honour of the legendary Reverend James Buckley who took over the Llanelli brewery in 1824 The Rev. James Original has a mellow malty flavour that unexpectedly gives way to a clean, refreshing finish. Brewed using exclusive Buckleys’ yeast this award winning ale will save your soul and satisfy your thirst.
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