The pale brown to amber medium bodied beer has a strong hop character. It's a bitter but with unconventional warm tones of malt that lingers on the palette, the complex malty flavours gives richness, balanced by the clean hoppy finish. A good session bitter brewed with local British hops picked from the farm seven miles down the road in Worcestershire - Fuggles, Goldings, Challenger and Progress.
Three’s the magic number. Three English hops. Golding, Challenger and Pioneer. Three aromas. Malt, grapefruit and pine. Three distinct tastes. Light, malty and refreshing.
61 metres. That’s the depth of the well at the Brewery that gives this refreshing pale ale its name The five American and Australian hops give it its fresh, zesty aroma, whilst the tropical fruit and citrus notes make it extremely drinkable. Dive in.