This beer pours a clear golden bronze colour and with a good, fine foam head. A gentle, but definite barley aroma clearly indicates that this is not a heavy beer, but one that still has some substantial body. To the taste, it is light and refreshing, the mix of barley and hops making the flavour smooth and refined, yet also interesting enough to enjoy in the mouth. The fine bubbles in the beer give it a slight sharp zing to the taste at the swallow, the taste of hops lingering but slowly fading away. This is definitely a drinking beer, and would go great along with a cold cheese and ham platter. I’ll have another please.
St Peters Brewery uses water pulled from an underground spring that has been used for over 700 years. The organic nature of the beer not only improves the purity of the raw ingredients, but also shows the commitment the brewers have to their craft.
The bottle is oval with the name “St Peters Brewery” molded into the bottle. It looks a bit like a vintage medicinal bottle, but is actually a copy of a 1770 specially made beer bottle. Look st their website to find out more.
|Contains:||Organic Malted Barley, Organic Hops|
|Closure:||Bottle Top, 500ml|
|Source:||St Peters Brewery|