This is the stuff! A deliciously hoppy, pale golden ale, 4.2%, brewed in Lincolnshire. I’ve enjoyed this before on cask and it was a pleasant surprise to find this one, bottle conditioned from Bacchanalia on Mill Road, poured clear and was full of hops.
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