Worthingtons White Shield
Bottle conditioned. Closer to cask for a fuller flavour. Campaign for Real Ale - multiple award winner. CAMRA says this is real ale. Worthington's white shield ale. 'Our finest India Pale Ale for true IPA Connoisseurs'. William Worthington first started brewing in 1744, becoming a pioneering figure in the industry. The secret to Worthington's success was the purity of Burton's water helping to create superior beers desired by many. To this day the William Worthington's Brewery continues to brew exceptional, quality ales at the heart of British brewing - The National Brewery Centre, Burton-upon-Trent. White Shieldis the longest surviving India Pale Ale and one of the UK's most heavily decorated ales, having won numerous Campaign for Real Ale awards (CAMRA).
Preparation & Storage
- Pour with care, leaving any natural sediment in the bottle. Serve at cask cellar temperature 11-13°C.