Product of: United Kingdom
A continental-style blonde ale first brewed as a tribute to the American 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, who during 1943 in preparation for D-Day, were accommodated in Ramsbury and nearby villages.
'Currahee' on the bottle's label and also featured on this ale's pump clip is the regimental motto of the 506th Regiment and means 'stand alone'.
Kennet Valley water, barley malt, wheat malt, hops, and yeast.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 26/05/2022
Slight haze, bright golden amber with think and retentive white head.
Grassy hops and crusty white baguette.
Medium-bodied. Assertively bitter grassy hops and delicious, almost sweet, French baguette-like bready malt.
Citrusy notes influence a long grassy hop and baguette-like bready finish.
Cleansing hop bitterness sits alongside delicious French baguette-like bready maltiness. Yum!
Difford's Guide Certification
Bottle Size: 500 ml
Closure: Crown cap