If your tastes are more fluid you could sample the many other Shropshire brewed ales from Shropshire's microbreweries, spread out across the county from north to south, there’s Hanby’s Ales in Wem, Hobsons in Cleobury Mortimer, to the Corfton Brewery in the Corvedale. You'll also find Woods Brewery in Wistanstow and out in Bishop's castle you'll come across the Six Bells and Three Tuns Breweries. Numerous CAMRA and Good Pub Guide listed pubs.
You are also guaranteed to find a bottle of something special resting in the cellars of Tanners Wine Merchants in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
All these fine ales are celebrated, not just in the local Shropshire pubs, but during the Shropshire festivals held in Ludlow, Church stretton, Clun and Bishop's Castle throughout the year.
Or for something completely different get some genuine Roman wine from Shropshire's Wroxeter Roman Vineyard - Salute Salopia
(P.G. Wodehouse, “It was my uncle George who discovered that alcohol was a food, well in advance of medical thought.”)