Immerse yourself in the world of Leonard Flint, 'The Explorer,' a man whose essence is intertwined with the vastness of the great outdoors and the liberating embrace of nature. Leonard is not just an explorer of terrains; he is a seeker of freedom, finding solace in the boundless landscapes that promise adventure and solitude.

In every expedition, Leonard's silent yet profound presence becomes one with the wilderness. The open skies and untamed lands are his sanctuaries, places where he can truly be himself, away from the confines of conventional life. His reticence in speech is overshadowed by his eloquence in the language of nature – a silent dialogue between his soul and the earth.

Leonard's expeditions are not mere journeys; they are quests for liberation, where each step into the unknown is a step towards inner peace. Despite the losses and hardships he's endured, or perhaps because of them, Leonard finds a unique freedom in the unpredictability of nature. It is in the great outdoors that he confronts his fears, embraces his passions, and reconnects with the core of who he is.

For Leonard Flint, the wilderness is not just a place to explore, but a space to breathe, to feel, and to live unbound. His story is a testament to the power of nature in freeing the spirit and unlocking the mysteries within oneself. Join him in his journey, and experience the exhilarating freedom that only the wild can offer.


Taste the Character

Embark on a sensory journey with 'The Explorer' stout, a brew that resonates deeply with the essence of Leonard Flint. This stout is not just a drink; it's an embodiment of the rich, unspoken tales of Leonard's expeditions. Its deep, chocolatey malts and the subtle warmth of coffee undertones are akin to the complex layers of Leonard's silent but profound character.

Just as Leonard traverses the rugged terrains in silence, 'The Explorer' stout moves quietly across your palate, revealing its depth in gradual, rich notes. Each sip is a dive into the dark, mysterious world that Leonard inhabits, echoing the comforting solitude of the wilderness he so loves. The stout's robust and warming nature mirrors Leonard's resilience and the quiet strength he exudes in the face of the unknown.

The richness of the stout is a tribute to Leonard's profound connection with the outdoors – its flavours evoke the feeling of a serene night under the stars, in the heart of the wilderness where Leonard feels most at home. It's a beer for those moments of introspection, for those who seek not just a beverage, but an experience that is as enriching as it is liberating.

'The Explorer' stout is more than a testament to Leonard Flint's adventurous spirit; it's a reflection of his journey towards inner peace and freedom, captured in a bottle for you to savour."

Culinary Companions

Indulge in the culinary companionship of 'The Explorer' stout, a pairing experience that speaks to the soul of Leonard Flint. Like the silent, contemplative moments Leonard cherishes in the wild, this stout finds its perfect match in flavours that are equally bold and introspective.

Envision the robust body of the stout alongside a hearty grilled steak, each bite echoing the stout’s depth and the untamed spirit of Leonard’s adventures. The smoky notes of a perfectly smoked brisket harmonise with the stout's rich chocolatey malts, reminiscent of the quiet, smoldering intensity that defines Leonard’s presence.

And for a moment of sweet reflection, pair this stout with a rich chocolate dessert. The dessert's deep flavours resonate with the stout’s coffee undertones, creating a symphony of taste that’s as indulgent as it is comforting. It's a pairing that not only satisfies the palate but also echoes the richness of Leonard's journey through life – a journey marked by resilience, depth, and a profound connection to the earth.

With 'The Explorer' stout, each pairing is more than a meal; it’s a tribute to the robustness of the natural world and the quiet strength of those who, like Leonard, navigate it with reverence and resolve."


  • Jacques Cousteau (1910-1997)

    After serving in the Navy, Cousteau wanted to show the world the amazing sights he had seen whilst diving. The aqua-Lung was created in 1943, a price of equipment that allowed divers to breathe oxygen from a tank on their back using a small mouth piece. Further developing equipment and methods for undersea exploration and filmmaking. Millions of people saw under the surface of the sea for the first time.

  • Marco Polo (1254-1324)

    Polo traveled along the Silk Road from Europe to Asia between 1271-1295. Polo was not the first explorer to reach China, however his travelogue inspired many future explorers, among them Christopher Columbus. His writings also had a significant influence on European Cartography, ultimately leading to the age of discovery.

  • Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922)

    Best known as a polar explorer, associated with 4 expeditions exploring Antartica, particularly the Trans-Antarctic (Endurance) expedition 1914-1916) that Shackleton led, becoming famous as a tale of remarkable perseverance and survival.

  • Amelia Earhart (1878-1939)

    An aviator, becoming the first female to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, including the person to fly over both the Atlantic and Pacific. Earhart mysteriously disappeared whilst attempting to circumnavigate the globe from the equator in 1937.