This libation, which we class 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. 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 35 ales with a higher ABV supplied.
To date, the Bake & Alehouse has supplied -
From THIS brewery:
One ale of this strength
6 ales with a lower ABV
From ALL breweries:
35 stronger ales
5 ales of this strength
749 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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