The rich and roasted malt notes defy the pale colour in this special bitter. Brewed as a one-off for St. George’s day it went down so well it’ made a number of re-appearances since for significant national events, and has a great following in bottle. A traditional bitter-style ale, the pale colour defies a rich maltiness normally associated with a darker ale.
We laboured long and hard over this one. Sick and tired of seeing classic English pubs making elaborate celebrations for St. Patrick’s day, and yet very little for our own dear St. George, we decided to brew a special for April 23rd. It went down a storm, and although it’s not been an ever-present it has made a number of important contributions from the bench coming on to score last minute winners. In short, a real fans favourite.