This drink, which we define as 'A Cunningly Crafted, Golden Ale' (a Golden Ale), has a strength of 4.2% ABV.
Claimed to be as subtle as the creature after which it is named, this is one of Exmoor Brewery’s most popular ales. Four malts are mixed in the mash tun and deliver a graceful and sleek malty mouthfeel. Hops are Goldings, producing a burst of delicate citrus and slight spice on the mid-palate, and Progress, which soothes the finish with a soft bitterness, while more malt comes forth to produce a delicious and lingering bittersweet character.
It is said that it would be a crime to swamp this beer with fiery flavours or big bruising dishes. Instead, let the self-possessed bittersweetness work its magic with fragrant Thai and Chinese dishes, such as Singaporean noodles and sweet and sour pork.
So far, this is one of only two beers from Exmoor Ales that have been sold at the Bake & Alehouse.
To date, the Bake & Alehouse has supplied -
From THIS brewery:
One ale stronger than this
From ALL breweries:
383 stronger ales
56 ales of this strength
328 weaker ales
13 ales with an unrecorded strength
Records indicate that a barrel of this drink has been available once in the Bake & Alehouse since August 2012
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