Fifteens Swinley has become renowned for its well cared for cask ales, accredited with Cask Marque, we sell some fine local brews and the odd national ale.
If you are looking for a good place to drink with a brilliant atmosphere come and check out our pub. We also have a fine selection of real ales. All our ales are locally sourced apart from the odd national favourite. We love to support local micro-breweries throughout the North West, and regularly rotate our selection.
Here’s just a few Local Brews, we cant possible name them all:
Combining an impressive heritage, stretching from 1838, with innovation, Robinsons is one of the UK’s largest independent family brewers, with 330 pubs across the North West and Wales. Our pubs are an integral part of the Robinsons family and the way customers enjoy our ales. We constantly stock Dizzy Blonde and Trooper.
The Burscough Brewing Company Limited was established in April 2010 and commenced brewing on the 30th November 2010. They are located in the cobbled courtyard behind the very popular Hop Vine public house in the centre of Burscough, West Lancashire. Mere Blonde brewed by Burscough is a constant favourite of ours!
Founded in 1995 and located in the former mill village of Bank Top in the north of Bolton, they are housed in the picturesque grade two listed tennis pavilion. The pavilion houses their custom built 11 barrel brew plant from which they brew on average 22,000 pints per week. Flat Cap and Old Slapper are two ales we have on from bank Top, and would highly recommend.
Founded in 2007, Prospect Brewery is now one of the North West’s leading independent real ale brewers. We are based in Standish near Wigan, a town with a strong mining history, and the brewery and the names of our beers are closely linked with the towns heritage and culture. Our selection of fines ales wouldn’t be complete without Nutty Slack, Silver Tally and Pioneer from Prospects.
Reedley Hallows is a brand new brewing company based in Burnley, Lancashire established in March 2012 by award winning brewer Peter Gouldsbrough. Peter’s beers have won numerous national brewing awards including the prestigious “Champion Beer of Britain” award.
If cask ales isn’t your thing we offer some fine wines which you can check out below:
Ponte, Pinot Grigio – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
Very light & neutral, revealing just a hint of green fruit.
Las Ondas, Sauvignon Blanc – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
A fresh, clean & spritzy dry white wine with no shortage of lively fruit.
Castillo De Piedra, Viura – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
A crisp, dry white with a delicately fruity palate and attractive floral notes on the nose.
Aimery Chardonnay, Vin De Pays D’oc – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
This white has fragrant, lively fruit on the nose & a good balance of weight & acidity.
Aimery Merlot, Vin De Pays D’oc – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
The soft, fruity character of the Merlot grape makes this wine agreeably easy to drink.
Boomerang Bay, Shiraz – £12.95 (75cl bottle)
Soft tannins integrate with juicy black fruit flavours and a velvety texture.
Castillo De Piedra, Tempranillo – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
Light and fruity with soft red fruit flavours and a touch of spice on the finish.
O&E Zinfandel Rosé – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
Light-bodied & sweet, full of summer berry fruit flavour.
Castillo De Piedra, Tempranillo Rosé – £10.60 (75cl bottle)
Off-dry rosé with tempting strawberry fruit flavours.
Prosecco Viticoltori Ponte – £5.50 (20cl bottle) £14.95 (75cl bottle)
Lighter than Champagnes, it will enliven your taste buds and simply tastes delicious!
House Champagne, Lanvin Brut – £22.95 (75cl bottle)
The real thing! A lovely bready nose with plenty of flavour and a great backbone of acidity.