This libation, which we categorise as a 'Kent Session Beer,' has a strength of 3.5% ABV.
A session beer made using hops exclusively from the Finchcocks hop garden in Kent. Tasting notes by Adrian Tierney-Jones, author of the Big Book of Beer: Mid-gold session beer with hints of the Burton snatch on the nose (think struck matches), while wisps of citrus fruit float around in the background. The palate sings with citrus notes, a hint of resiny hoppiness as well as a crunchy biscuitiness that comes from the malt. The finish boasts more bitterness before a fade-out of grain dryness that reminds the drinker of the beer’s grainy origins. A powerfully flavoursome beer for such a low abv.
Gold Medal SIBA SE 2006, Silver Medal SIBA SE 2008, Silver Medal SIBA SE 2010 & Silver Medal SIBA SE 2011
So far, this is one of 41 beers from Westerham Brewery that have been sold at the Bake & Alehouse.
To date, the Bake & Alehouse has supplied -
From THIS brewery:
40 ales with a higher strength
From ALL breweries:
735 stronger ales
18 ales of this strength
5 weaker ales
14 ales with an unrecorded strength
Records indicate that this drink has been available in the Bake and Alehouse, on over 9 seperate occasions, since August 2012
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