Wednesday, 9 January 2008

Gadds' Number 3 Pale Ale


Brewed to the same recipe as the cask version but with a 'lagering' period on a bed of Kentish hops for three weeks, this beer is then 'reseeded' with yeast and 'primed' with a little fermentable material (beer or pure sugar) and 'bottle conditioned'.

The result is a lively and intensely hoppy and refreshing pale ale and, like a good curry, it's not just for breakfast.

5% ABV
500ml
£2/bottle
£20/dozen

2 comments:

ascu75 aka Don said...

Beer for breakfast I must be getting old that just dont appeal to me anymore

Anonymous said...

Does curry?