Best Bitter4.5% ABV40 IBU
Pride of Tallwood won a Gold Medal at the 2017 US Open homebrew competition, and we teamed up with the winner to brew at Thirsty Nomad. English Bitter is a classic style that's very sessionable and smooth, and Pride of Tallwood is no exception. Smoothly malty with a hint of earthy, spicy hop aroma and not so bitter as the name might lead you to believe, this beer is easily crushable and perfect for hanging out a the pub with your mates.
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