Norfolk Steam Ale


Available in 500 ml bottles


Without its links to London and The Midlands before the turn of the 19th Century, Cromer was a quiet fishing village only frequented by the locals and the gentry that owned the land around.

Cromer had two stations, Cromer High and Cromer Beach, it was the latter that had the last visit of a steam train in 1967, the Oliver Cromwell – 70013, a Britannia Class Steam Locomotive, later to be re-named The Norfolkman.

Norfolk Steam Ale is a dark rounded ale made from locally grown Maris Otter Malt, Cascade, Northern Brewer and Saaz hops giving a bitter edge with a true malty taste.

Norfolk Steam Ale