This drink, which we define as a 'Pale Golden Bitter' (a Bitter), has a strength of 4.4% ABV.
Taken from the latest Good Beer Guide - 'Sweet hoppy and citrus flower aroma from this amber beer. Gentle bitter start expands to a fresh fruity tang before the hops demand attention to the long bitter finish.'
Taken from the latest Good Bottled Beer Guide - 'A golden bitter with a light hoppy citrus aroma. The taste is crisp clean and hoppy with delicate malty sweetness for balance and more bitter citrus fruit. Dry, bitter and hoppy aftertaste.'
To date, this is the only beer from Blythe that has been available at the Bake & Alehouse and that means it is both the strongest and weakest beer supplied from Blythe!This is not the strongest ale sold at the Bake and Alehouse, but it has the equal highest ABV has the from this brewery (they have produced another ale of the same strength that has been sold at the Bake & Alehouse. So far, here have been 313 ales with a higher ABV supplied.
To date, the Bake & Alehouse has supplied -
313 stronger ales
36 ales of this strength
428 weaker ales
13 ales with an unrecorded strength
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