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This craft beer is named after an iconic gorge along the River Findhorn in the unspoilt Moray countryside of Scotland’s North East Coast. The gorge is deep and wide, and the river runs fast over the treacherous rocks below. Legend has it that Thomas Randolph, the new Earl of Moray, was endeavouring to catch a certain Alistair Cumming, head of a local clan who had attempted to raid Randolph’s castle at nearby Darnaway. In the resulting escape Cumming leapt across the gorge, ensuring his freedom from the pursuing Randolph’s men. There is no such leap of faith needed to enjoy this unique, golden ale. Made with the best of ingredients to a new recipe from the Speyside Craft Brewery, Randolph’s Leap has a subtle citrus flavour tempered by a wheaty, crisp finish that has the slightest hint of vanilla. Like its namesake beauty spot it will fill your senses.
Brewer: Speyside
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Alcohol Content: 4.9%
Seasonal: No

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