This uncompromising lager is crisp, clean and utterly refreshing. Lagered for six weeks and loaded with Progress and Fuggles hops for masses of flavour.
The nuts and bolts
See: Pale Gold
Smell: Light Hops, Grassy, Vibrant
Taste: Dry, Gentle Spice, Crisp
Bitter: 3 out of 5
Sweet: 2 out of 5
Hops: Progress, Fuggles
Malts: Maris Otter, Caramalt
Available in: Keg and 330ml Bottles.
Inspiration: “Brewed to be an alternative to the norm and designed to be refreshing, thirst quenching and sessionable.” Will Twomey, Head Brewer.
What About Food?: When it comes to food pairing, this lager isn’t picky, whether its posh nosh or hand-held street food there’s no denying that it’s always the perfect bed buddy. The sweetness of pulled pork makes it a good match for the crispness of the beer. A sauce-laden hot dog is even better, and shellfish and crab have their flavours ramped up by the cleanness of the brew. Don’t forget to add lager to your batter when cooking up a storm, the carbonation will give it an extra crunch.
And Tunes?: For such a sessionable, clean and refreshing brew, you need something melodic, light, uplifting and a bit fizzy as the perfect aural accompaniment. Therefore, you couldn’t really go wrong with a bit of pop music. So how about checking out a bit of Grimes?
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