Brewed by Hepworth
Style: Dortmunder/Helles
Pulborough, England
Serve in Lager glass


on tap


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RATINGS: 82   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.8/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
We have collected and grown old traditional hop varieties and selected the best combination of these for their aroma, and balanced them with additional organically grown hops, in this, our first beer. Although we farm under both biodynamic and organic standards, we go much further in our quest to produce the very best hops and barley. Our micro-biology lab continuously tests the soils, adding compost and compost teas so that the biology in the soil has the right proportions of beneficial bacteria and fungi for the hops and barley to be at their best and most flavoursome. This creates the deep flavours of the beer.

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jake65 (3979) - Meridian, Idaho, USA - MAR 28, 2013
Bottle: Pale golden/yellow pour with a thin ring of white head. Lacing with decent retention. Aroma is a malty, lager yeast, and light florals. Just a little bit of a dirty dandelion vibe. Flavor is strong; lager malt and yeast, along with florals and earhty herbals. The hops arrive more in the tail and more as the glass warms, but overall this is dominated by the lager malt. Not something I lean towards on a regular basis...

tampierre (1408) - Pilsen, CZECH REPUBLIC - MAR 23, 2013
Bottled 330ml ; Devon ; UK ; Cereal,caramel and citrus aroma ; Yellow color with smaller head ; Sweeter taste with light bitter finish ; Lighter body ; Not too bad.

The_Osprey (8520) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAR 18, 2013
Jan 2013 - cold bottle. Christmas present. A bit different from your average lager - a rich honey/licorice flavour in the start which softens quickly but endures into the aftertaste. This is actually pretty good. Isn’t at all sharp or drying in the mouth like some lagers. Very drinkable and pleasant.

r464 (2362) - Earth, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 13, 2013
Pale yellow with a thin white head. Light and watery, thin malty flavor with a hint of bread and grass. Very thin finish.

Patrickctenchi (6669) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - JAN 6, 2013
Clear gold with a short white head. Slight sour grain malt aroma. Taste is watery lager with a slight sour/bitter grassiness. Clean and crisp, just not a particularly inviting flavour.

foolberry (56) - New Malden, Surrey, ENGLAND - JAN 1, 2013
Don’t like this sort of lager, thin and uninteresting. Smells a bit skanky. Nothing much going for it.

SudsMcDuff (8463) - .....Manchester United.........., Texas, USA - DEC 11, 2012
fuckin stank ass penguin .. . got this in the discount bin, a buck 50, and still has 3 months on its expire date to go! .. . light aroma of corn and hay, smalls nice .. . light mouth .. light foam .. . is a really nice beer, light and refreshing- perfect for the 45 degree weather .. . . i didn’t do it!

BREWMUSKCLES (2721) - New Jersey, USA - NOV 19, 2012
sweet and biscuity with good malt flavor and a bit of rye right near the end (after some tastes). sugary sweet malty aroma perhaps a bit of vanilla and honey. light body but not too light.

Chudwick (3277) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - NOV 19, 2012
12oz bottle - pours cloudy yellow with a finger of white head and hin lacing. Nose is hay, straw and grass, Atchoum. Flavor adds a modest malty backbone. Light taste. Light to medium body. Easy to drink. Inoffensive.

SarkyNorthener (4722) - West Bromwich (Yorkshire Expat), West Midlands, ENGLAND - NOV 16, 2012
Bottle. Pale gold colour, little head. Aroma is a little metalic and grainy. The taste is quite biscuity and soft rather than crisp. An unusual tasting beer, not bad, not refreshing either.

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