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Dark Star

While the beer Dark Star was originally made by Pitfield Brewery in north London, its brewer Rob Jones moved to The Evening Star Pub in Brighton to found The Dark Star Brewing Company in Brighton in 1994. By 2001, the company was able to move production to Ansty, West Sussex, then again to Partridge Green in 2010. This brewery has a brew length of 45 barrels and an annual capacity of 20,000 barrels.

In February 2018, London-based brewer, Fuller Smith & Turner acquired Dark Star, with James Cuthbertson staying on as its managing director, with some of its flagship Hophead pale ale being produced by Fuller's in London. It was less than a year, however, before Fuller Smith & Turner announced plans to sell its entire drinks business, including The Dark Star Brewing Company, to Japanese firm Asahi Breweries in January 2019.

Dark Star Hophead

50cl, 3.8%

A sessionable golden ale from Dark Star Brewing of Partridge Green.  More info

Dark Star Hophead
$3.37

Dark Star Sunburst

50cl, 4.8%

A golden ale from Dark Star made with a proportion of malted rye as well as pale malted barley.  More info

Dark Star Sunburst
$3.50

Dark Star Espresso

50cl, 4.2%

A dark (pitch black) beer brewed with roasted malt, challenger hops and freshly ground Arabica coffee beans!  More info

Dark Star Espresso
$3.50

Dark Star APA

33cl, 4.7%

Dark Star APA Can uses a yeast strain specially imported from the USA, Maris Otter malt to provide a light colour and dryness, and Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops for an American pale ale with…  More info

Dark Star APA
$2.63

Dark Star Revelation

33cl, 5.7%

Dark Star Revelation is an American-style pale ale that goes heavy on the hops. Five different strains, including Cascade, Chinook, Columbus, Crystal and Warrior are dry hopped during conditioning,…  More info

Dark Star Revelation
$2.63

Dark Star Crème Brûlée

33cl, 5.9%

Never before have we seen a beer so well suited to enjoying as part of a dessert as Dark Star's Crème Brûlée, brewed with unfermentable lactose sugar, vanilla beans and well-roasted malts. Spoons at…  More info

Dark Star Crème Brûlée
$2.54

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