A 3.6% Scottish table beer brewed with Scotch Common, a very old landrace Scottish barley used in beer and whisky production between the late 17th Centuries. It was grown and malted by Crafty Maltsters in Fife and possesses a subtly honeyish spicy sweetness. It’s also hopped with UK Cascade and Bramling Cross from Brook House Hops in Herefordshire. Open fermentation with house Saccharomyces was followed by wood fermentation with Brettanomyces and finally bottle fermentation with both. It pours extra pale with loads of foam and aromas of heather honey, fresh cut guava, bramble cream, coconut and pear sherbet. Light bodied, bitter and refreshing. So much character for such a little beer.
3.6% / 375ml