First brewed to celebrate Crail Food Festival 2012. A bright golden ale with long lasting citrus and floral flavours, especially good on a nice day with mates and sampling some wonderful fresh fish. And we can testify to that.
Bright gold in colour with a fresh floral aroma backed up with a citrus punch of lemon, lime and grapefruit coming through from a blend of North-West American hops. A beautifully balanced and refreshing ale.
This big, bold, bitter IPA not only shows off a super hop kick but a depth of orange, apricot and tropical fruit flavours that are both refreshing and complex. Crammed full of four aromatic hop varieties, a fantastically tasty beer.
What a good 80/~ should be: medium to heavy, full bodied yet still balanced. Malted barley, toasted caramel and fruity with a slightly bitter sweet tingle on the tongue. Bring on the old-school. Turns out your Da did know a thing or two
A smooth, full-bodied Scottish oatmeal stout: with five different varieties of malt plus oatmeal flakes delivering strong coffee, chocolate and dark fruit flavours balanced against a blend of UK, US and NZ hops to create a rich, silky after-taste.