The waking hour’s brew, a product of World War One England, where the working fellow was allotted four drinking hours per day (sessions). A chilled-out, jovial, 4% beer. This molten amber sap balances nicely on the tongue, creating a juicy and almost weightless equity – brought together with the bitter firepower of an Indian Pale Ale. Dry and light-bodied, it delivers the flavours of five types of hops.
Gravity: 12.5° plato down to 2.3° plato Colour: Deep, golden caramel Tasting Notes: Herbal, aromatic and refreshingly sharp tones
Yeast: Ale Yeast Malts: Pale Malt and Munich Malt Bittering Hops: George Hops, Citra Hops