This drink, which we define as a 'Strong, Traditional, Brown Ale' (a Brown Ale), has a strength of 5.3% ABV.
Named after the year Timothy Taylor started brewing, 1858 is a modern, beefed up take on a brown ale.
Stronger brown ales are a growing trend in the US and the brewers wanted to introduce a higher gravity, easier drinker version of this popular style into the UK.
So far, this is one of 7 beers from Timothy Taylor\'s that have been sold at the Bake & Alehouse. Whilst not the strongest ale sold at the Bake and Alehouse, this beverage has the highest ABV from this brewery (to date, here have been 31 ales with a higher ABV supplied at the Bake and Alehouse).
To date, the Bake & Alehouse has supplied -
From THIS brewery:
6 ales with a lower ABV
From ALL breweries:
31 stronger ales
4 ales of this strength
732 weaker ales
13 ales with an unrecorded strength
Records indicate that a barrel of this drink has been available once in Westgate's Bake & Alehouse since August 2012
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