A.B.V. 4.5%


The first beer produced by our world famous brewery. An appealing reddish brown beer with a pronounced hop and malt aroma, the malt tending towards treacle. Slightly sweet and malty on the palate, with distinct orangy tones. The full finish is malty and hoppy a hint of toffee.

By far our most popular ale. An aroma of pale malt and hops introduces you to a beautifully hoppy bitter beer, despite the predominant hop character, malt is also evident, fresh and clean tasting.



A light, straw coloured, single variety hop ale. Fine flavour from the choice fuggles hops used at all stages. Early and late addition in the copper and dry hopped in cask. With pale malt in abundance, the outcome is an ale of outstanding hop aroma with refreshing bitter undertones.

An authentic 100% malt brewed mild with a fine aroma of crystal malt and fuggles and challenger hops. Deep red in colour, the flavour is well balanced creating a popular session beer.

Only available when there's an "AAH" in the month!

A.B.V. 4.5%

Reviving the tradition of this style of beer long before the bigger breweries caught on. Using fresh oysters in the late stages of the boil gives this delicious chocolaty, creamy beer mysterious qualities which, although not scientifically proven, help a couples' amorousness if not their fertility!

Only available during the TT in June. A pleasant ruby coloured ale, slightly sweet with subtle hop flavours coming through from the late addition Challenger and Fuggles hops. Malty with hints of toffee. Appeals to the Newcastle Brown Ale Brigade.

ABV 3.8%

ABV 5.2%

A refreshing light beer, brewed with pale lager malt, fragrant Czech Saaz and German Hallertav lager hops, carefully blended to create a brew to quench a thirst and satisfy the taste buds on those warm summer days. A pleasant alternative to lager without the fizz.

A rich satisfying mid brown beer with a pronounced hop and aroma of malt and fruit. Sweet and malty on the palette, the finish is balanced with some hop bitterness. A Warming Winter ale


A.B.V. 4.0%

Brewed to honour TT legend...(See the film!) George Formby, this bright, dry IPA style bitter has a particularly refreshing character.

A light, golden beer full of floral and citrus hints. A wonderfully refreshing and truly fantastic session beer!

A.B.V. 4.0%

A creamy headed, smooth amber ale, reflecting its 100% malt mash. A subtle bitterness from Manx grown hops giving a clean taste and aroma, with a slight fruit/spice after taste - good all round session beer reflecting the beer purity laws under which it was produced.


A complex, rich ruby ale, full fruit and malt on the palate. A balanced citrus aroma follows, resulting in a real connoisseur ale in a true Burton style.

The Manx Collection is an exclusive set of Bushy's connoisseur brews that feature people or events from the island's colourful, illustrious past.
All the beers are a result of extensive testing and tasting and, like all Bushy's Ales, each offers a unique style and flavour. 12 brews are planned for the collection, the brews in the set, described below, have already found a loyal following and many drinkers have been contacting the brewery for brewing dates!
The clips show Black Dog, which alludes to the phantom hound of Peel Castle; Golden Oldie, a celebration of Radio Caroline, which broadcasted from Ramsey Bay; Dalby Spook, a reference to the odd story of a talking mongoose near to Peel. Mutineer illustrates Fletcher Christian and Captain Bligh who had strong Manx connections. The Mischief was a local term for smuggling, which was rife at one time on the island and the last of the six shows John Quilliam, who took charge of the Victory's steering gear after it was shot away in the Battle of Trafalgar.

Buggane alludes to the old Manx folk tale of a mischievious spirit - well, a monster really. Manx Engineer is named after Robert Casement, the engineer who designed the Laxey Wheel - still the world's largest water wheel. Still celebrating Manx worthies, St. Georges Saviour concerns the heroic actions of Sir William Hillary during the rescue of the steamer St. George. The disaster lead to Hillary forming the Lifeboat Institution. lastly, for the moment, we have Wanderer - again celebrating marine rescue. The local fishing boat was first on the scene of the Lusitania sinking and her crew saved many lives.

60's style Pale Ale. Brewed with 100% Goldings hops

Spicy, full bodied, straw coloured bitter

Dark coloured porter-style ale

Light coloured ale, with slight bitterness, floral/citrus aroma and dry finish

Light, dry golden bitter

Old-style rich, malty Ruby Ale

Premium full bodied, tawny ale.

Full, dark
malt brew

Reddish full bodied
session ale

100% malt brew
Pale Ale

Bushy's Hop-Tu-Naa Hallo'e'en full bodied winter special beer, brewed, as you'd expect late October and the Stunning Bushy's Weiss Bier - an exceptional authentic wheat beer.
Once drinkers get over their prejudice to the cloudy appearance they are amazed by the light refreshing taste - even the lager lady-boys are impressed! Usually sold out within days of its appearance on the bar