Burns Ale is brewed by Shepherd Neame Ltd to celebrate the birth of Robert Burns, Scotland’s National Poet, born January 25th 1759.
This Burns Ale pours a beautiful dark tea colour, with a very fine foam that lasts. It has the soft aroma of burnt malt, toffee and molasses which come together as a treat on the nose. In the mouth it is smooth and rich, the flavours of the burnt malts and dry oats beautifully intertwined. The very fine carbonation stays within the beer, maintaining its lightness through to the swallow, after which the flavours of molasses and oats slowly fade. It is a very pleasant and easy drink, well worth grabbing when you can as it is a seasonal beer.
This Burns Ale is brewed by Shepherd Neame, the oldest brewer in Britain. The bottle has their name and the date of 1698 moulded into the glass, which is when the brewery was founded. The Burns Ale is labelled with a brown and gold colour, making the impression of an old historic print.
|Contains:||Pale, Crystal, Brown Malts, Scottish Oats|
|Closure:||Bottle Top, 500ml|