Cross Bay Brewing Co
At Cross Bay Brewery, we pride ourselves in handcrafting our beer with little or no automation, making sure our drinks are of the highest quality.
Made with the best hops available, we produce award-winning beers that are flavoursome and packed with quality.
Zenith is a reasonably strong IPA, which is light and refreshing in color and surprisingly Moreish. It burst onto the palate with citrus and tropical body.
A thirst quenching beer, making its
mark as a light and refreshing ale.
With a sharp start it then moves on to
leave a smooth Orange and Lemon
rind aftertaste. A great session ale.
Our version of a classic English Pale
Ale: Starting with a spicy marmalade
and orange rind aroma, that’s sure
to please real ale drinkers. A smooth
and light body follows, transforming
on the palate, into a refreshing blend
of pleasant hoppyness.
Stay Frosty 4.6%
White Stout. Thick creamy body with
all the flavours of a stout but the colour
of a pale ale. Predominant flavours of
cocoa, coffee and hints of vanilla.
Mullin It Over 4.8%
Spiced White Stout. White stout
with a twist. Thick creamy body
with additions of vanilla, orange
rind and cinnamon.
The Mosaic 5.1%
Heavily hopped American pale ale
with Munich and wheat malt backed
up with masses of mosaic hops giving
flavours of blueberry, tangerine,
papaya and bubblegum.
Many Moving Parts 3.7%
A bitter with a twist, subtle caramel
flavours with the addition of rich
Mango & Citrus aromas from the hops
combined with London Ale yeast.
Single hop bitter brewers with pale and
crystal malt for a solid copper colour.
Flavours of spicy grapefruit from the
addition of Cascade hops.
A session American Pale ale with
light malt flavour and deep citrus
notes on the aftertaste.
HANDCRAFTED FINE BEERS
BREWED BY OUR AWARD WINNING TEAM
In March 2012 after only being in operation eight months, the brewery was awarded its first Champion Trophy at the Lancaster Beer Festival, winning the Strong Bitters category with Zenith. Zenith has also gone on to win Beer of the Festival at both Morecambe Beer Festival and Burnley Beer Festival.