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Inspired by the sea it helps protect

We named Kobold after the water spirit of legend that protects North Sea sailors. This premium English lager has a refreshing taste and a mission to match.

Inspired by its namesake, Kobold is supporting marine conservation projects through a partnership with the charity Blue Marine Foundation – helping to protect our seas, coastlines and planet for everyone to enjoy.

Golden and fresh
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Golden and fresh

Kobold is the colour of sunrise reflected across the sea during the golden hour. It’s also crisp, clean and 4.7% ABV.

Crafted using all English ingredients, it’s perfect for all occasions. With a light bready, honeyed aroma and subtle grassy and lemon notes, Kobold is delicious paired with light tasting foods such as salads and sustainably sourced seafood. And it’s a refreshing contrast to spicy foods too.

Kobold is suitable for vegans.


Sustainability is built into the heart of our business and we’re constantly working to reduce our impact on the environment. We're proud of what we’ve achieved so far, with three Queen’s Awards for Sustainable Development.

Kobold is a new chapter within this story. It’s brewed in our state-of-the-art, energy efficient brewery-by-the-sea and the perfect addition to our portfolio of beers, ciders, wines and spirits.

The Suffolk coast isn’t just our home. It’s part of who we are. And as a responsible, sustainable business, we’re passionate about the environment. That’s why we’ve supported marine conservation charities for many years. And now Kobold is partnering with Blue Marine Foundation – a charity dedicated to restoring the ocean to health.

Blue Marine Foundation’s projects span the globe and we are working with them primarily on UK-based projects and their vision for a marine park network off our island’s 30,000 kilometres of coastline – including the East Coast. Together, we will help to raise public awareness and support for marine conservation and establish this UK network of marine parks.