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Part of Sharp’s Connoisseur’s Choice range designed to be served with food, Single Brew Reserve 2012 is brewed with Pale Ale and Carapils malts. The beer is first wort-hopped to a mild bitterness and then a large amount of Citra is added during a two month cold maturation. Released February 2013.
(best before 17-Jan-15) Slight haze, golden amber with generous, retentive off-white head.
Pine fresh, eucalyptus, fragrant tinned peaches, mango and zesty pink grapefruit with white bread crust.
Fruity hops and malt, dialled up and finely balanced. Clean zesty orange citrus and floral hops with underlying bready flavours.
Dry, cleansingly bitter citrusy pine finish with tropical fruit.
Brewed with Centennial and Saaz hops, this golden “has potential crossover appeal for lager fans.” Spitfire Ale was first brewed in 1990 to honour the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and this Gold Ale extension was launched in 2015 to mark 75 years since the historic air campaign.
First brewed in 2015 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Maris Otter barley variety, and inspired by Beaujolais Nouveau Day, the first day that wine produced from Gamay grapes in France’s Beaujolais region.
Part of Carlsberg’s Jocobean range, named after the founder of Carlsberg, J.C. Jacobsen. As the name might suggest, Velvet is a light golden ale which Carlsberg describe as being “soft, bubbly and sweet – without bitterness, with a vinous aroma and fruity notes.
To quote the back label, “An unusual light golden ale that crosses the boundaries of beer/wine/cider in taste. The lightest of malts combined with the scarce Nelson Sauvin hop and a process that includes a piggyback fermentation deliver an ale with low bitterness and complex fruit character.”