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Product of: United States
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While Britain will hopefully never adopt the Euro, back in 1971 it gave up shillings as part of decimalisation. There were 240 pence in the old British pound, 12 pence in a shilling and 20 shillings in a pound. The term '90 Shilling' harks back to old Scottish duty rates - 90 being the strongest. Read more
Sampled on 22/04/2012
Clear, dark coppery amber with moderate head which quickly fades leaving heavy lacing.
Freshly baked fruit cake and caramel with subdued hops.
Backed wholemeal bread served with fruity cake and light hop spice.
Hops more noticeable in the finish with lingering light spice.
Barcode UPC: 722160121004
Bottle Size: 700 ml
Closure: Crown cap