Public House Bitter is an ode to British ale brewing (and consuming) tradition. The term "Bitter" dates from a time when most English breweries produced two basic types of everyday ale ? a Mild and a Bitter. Whereas a ’Mild’ is a relatively sweet beer, a "Bitter" denotes a drier brew, although not necessarily bitter in flavor. The dryness, or bitterness, derives from the emphasis on hops in the flavor profile.
Brewer: Baird Brewing Co.
Alcohol Content: 3.6%