Ales

We always have a great selection of resident ales.

As one of Nottingham’s finest real ale establishments, the Trip to Jerusalem offers a selection of Hardys & Hansons branded beers which are now brewed by Greene King at Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, where ale has been a feature of life since at least as far back as 1086. There is also a selection from Greene Kings’ own portfolio, such as Greene King IPA 3.6% abv (alcohol by volume) and Abbot Ale 5% abv, plus a wide selection of quality guest ales from an ever-changing selection.

The Trip to Jerusalem believes in catering for every taste, which is why the pub provides other products as well, such as Guinness, Carling, Stella and Strongbow.

The Trip to Jerusalem occasionally hosts beer festivals and special events complimented with a range of guest ales from microbreweries throughout Britain.

Resident Ales

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Olde Trip

(4.3% ABV)
A fairly well balanced bitter with malt flavours at the start and citrus hops following on. While not an exceptional ale it’s very refreshing and it’s easy drinking nature makes for a quaffable session beer.

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Greene King IPA

(3.6% ABV)
A great tasting beer, characterised by its fresh, hoppy taste and clean, bitter finish.

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Old Speckled Hen

(4.5% ABV)
“Old Speckled Hen” has a full, smooth flavour and is very easy to drink. Its rich amber colour and superb fruity aromas are complemented by a delicious blend of malty tastes.

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Abbot Ale

(5.0% ABV)
Abbot Ale has massses of ripe fruit character, a malty richness and superb hop balance followed by an intense bittersweet finish

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Extra Pale Ale

(4.2% ABV)
Light coloured, exceptionally well balanced smooth ale with a light
fragrant hop finish.