Classic Ales of England
£20.89 (£3.49 per litre)
A selection of Ales to savour from England's finest breweries. Marston's EPA. The reinvention of the classic English Pale Ale beer style, which made Burton Upon Trent the brewing capital of England due to the unique mineral qualities of the spring water from the Trent valley. This refreshing, light blonde ale with subtle citrus flavours and a delicate bitter aftertaste suits the subtle flavours of chicken&fish dishes. Brakspear Bitter. Brewed using the unique Brakspear 'Double Drop' system, to provide a robust second stage of fermentation with English Fuggles&Goldings hops to deliver a very satisfying, full flavoured Amber ale with a bitter sweet, fruity finish. Works well with stronger flavoured red meat and game dishes. Ringwood Fortyniner. Join the golden rush with Fortyniner and you'll discover a golden brown, full-bodied malty beer with a deep bitter sweet finish. This beautifully balanced beer crafted with English malt and a blend of Goldings, Progress, Fuggles&Challenger Hops is perfect with juicy sausages, pies and hard cheeses. Wychwood Hobgoblin. A beer of mischievous character. The legendary Hobgoblin is a blend of smooth, rich flavours from chocolate and crystal malts, combined with a refreshing bitterness from English Fuggles hops and a dash of citrus aroma from Styrian Goldings hops. The rich flavour compliments sweeter foods like roasts, meat pies and burgers. Banks's Bitter. From the heart of the Black country comes this classic easy drinking beer with malty, hoppy flavours and a refreshing clean, bitter finish. Deep gold in colour, it's an outstanding example of a classic English ale, compliments lighter chicken&fish dishes. Serve chilled. Jennings Cocker Hoop. Brewed on the banks of the River Cocker and CAMRA's bronze medal winner at the 1999 Champion Beer of Britain, it's easy to be boastful about this stunning light refreshing golden ale; full of flavour with a fresh citrus finish. Its citrus flavours are an easy partner for tangy pasta dishes&tomato-based casseroles. Take an ale trail amongst England's finest breweries, from the South coast to the Lake District, showcasing how great beers, like fine wines, have a diversity of flavours and characteristics to savour and enjoy. Jennings. www.jenningsbrewery.co.uk. Established in 1828 by John Jennings Snr, the Jennings brewery is located in the Cumbrian town of Cockermouth. Nestled between the rivers Cocker&Derwent, the brewery uses pure Lakeland water to deliver beers with a genuine taste of the Lake District. Marston's. www.marstondontcompromise.com. Marston's brewery is based in Burton-Upon-Trent, renowned as the home of British brewing, due to the unique quality of its spring water for brewing ales. Throughout the world other brewers have to artificially""Burtonise""their brewing water, Marston's don't have to compromise. Brakspear. www.brakspear-beers.co.uk. Brewed in Oxfordshire since the early 18th Century, Brakspear beers are brewed at the Wychwood brewery in Witney, us
Preparation & Storage
- All beers best served slightly chilled
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