Wider availability of organic malts has made it possible for Samuel Smith's to produce a classic pale ale from all-organic ingredients. Developed in 2011 and 2012 after many test batches and tasting sessions; will replace Sam Smith's Organic Ale.
A classic malt-accented, copper-colored pale ale in which subtle fruity esters from the Samuel Smith yeast strain interact with caramel flavors - from organic crystal malt - and fresh hops.
This English-style pale ale is made from Palisades hops and 40L Crystal for a sharp taste and medium body. The well-hopped blend possesses a complex aroma, flavor, and bitterness that stays true to the English pale style. A light, malty sweetness rolls into a refined flavor of hops for a perfectly refreshing finish.
A golden coloured ale using the finest Maris Otter Pale Ale Malt and a small amount of Amber Malt which imparts a dry, biscuity flavour. Hops are First Gold for an added citrus quality and a fruity, slightly spicy note.
Using only water, malt, hops, and yeast, Clown Shoes made this the kind of beer that will help you when your (real or imaginary) people are tired, thirsty, hungry or enslaved need to step forward and state with authority: Let My People Go!
Fish and chips, medium cheeses, grilled chicken and sausages
The Bottled version of the Classic Pale Ale that commands its own loyal following. Bottled Landlord boasts six national awards in recent years and is a natural selection for those who wish to enjoy beer at home.
Fish and chips, mild cheese
British Bottling Institute Gold Medal 2012
British Bottling Awards 2006 Gold Medal
British Bottling Institute Diploma for Bottled Pale Ale
English Olde Ale. Traditionally malty with the warming sensation of alcohol, Olde Ales are brewed in the fall as winter warmers.
Brewed in the style of an English Olde Ale, this ale balances the sweet heady aroma of spruce tips with the clean crisp finish of noble hops. Its malty richness is complemented by the warming sensation of alcohol.
From the seafaring adventurers of the 1700s to the homebrewers of today, adding spruce tips to beer has a rich history in Southeast Alaska. Alaskan Winter Ale was first released by the Brewery in 2000.
Perfect winter warmer by the fireside or an accompaniment to holiday fare. Serve with roast goose, turkey, ham or lamb. A nice complement to holiday breads, pound cake, or apple pie.
St. George Summer Ale couples an aggressive late hop character with a medium bodied ale to produce a highly-drinkable, thirst-quenching beer. A slight maltiness and perfectly balanced hop bitterness along with its classic English hop finish makes this is the perfect drink for beating the summer heat. This ale is a very pale golden color with a thick creamy white head.