This premium ale originated in 1994 to celebrate 200 years of brewing at Palmers. Malty flavours with just enough hop make this mahogany coloured ale the flagship of our brewery.

Palmers 200

ALC 5.0% VOL


Full bodied, rich and malty, with a distinctive hop character. First brewed in 1994 to celebrate 200 years of brewing at Palmers. So popular that it is now our flagship premium ale.

Flavour profile

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Looks
Dark copper
Smells
Hoppy, malty
Tastes
Rich, malty, full-bodied

Food pairing suggestions for Palmers 200


Palmers 200 has bags of depth in flavour, and is assertive enough to stand up to similarly bold food matches. Sunday roast beef, smoked BBQ dishes, game and lively cheeses such as our local Blue Vinney help bring out the best in each other. For pudding, you can’t go far wrong with sticky toffee pudding and ginger toffee sauce.

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A story of family, heritage, quality… and beer.


Palmers ales are brewed in one of Britain’s oldest and prettiest breweries and have been since 1794. The only thatched brewery in the UK, Palmers sits adjacent to the river Brit just a mile from Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. All our fine ales are brewed using water from our own naturally rising spring.

Our Head Brewer uses only the finest Maris Otter malt and carefully selected whole leaf hops to produce ales in a way they have been made for generations. Palmers historic brewhouse has a traditional Mash Tun, an open top Copper, along with top fermentation, this is the way ale should be brewed.

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