A light and low ABV Table Beer designed specifically to go well with food. Edshef is a gently-malted beer of 18th Century tradition, low enough in alcohol to allow you to have a couple, yet with subtle citrus, herb, pine and spice from the Chinook, Citra and Simcoe respectively, flavourful enough to either enjoy by itself as a session pale ale, or equally importantly, accompany a wonderful bit of grub…
ALC 7.4% Vol
A multi-hopped bone-dry Brut IPA. Amarillo and Citra set the citrussy tone. Ekuanot and Mosaic add an assortment of tropical fruit in both aroma and flavour. Melba brings the clean spicy bitterness. It is light in mouthfeel and effervescent. Think sparkling dry Champagne but with fruit-forward hop aromas. There’s a lot going on, but Le Commandant is in total charge.
Oatmeal Pale Ale
ALC 3.8% Vol
A light-gold dry-hopped Oatmeal Pale Ale. Hüell Melon’s strawberry and ripe honeydew melon characteristics are accompanied wonderfully with the spicy and distinct orange punch of Chinook and Citra. Throw in the rich biscuity flavours of Amber and Pale Ale and it then just takes the creaminess and velvety texture of the Flaked Oats to reveal that Hüellonbach definitely isn’t as hard as he thinks he is.
India Pale Ale
ALC 6.4% Vol
A rich malty and caramel take on a traditional English IPA. Crystal Dark and Cara Malt add sweetness to the tropical flavours of Ekuanot and Falconer’s Flight. Chinook and Citra bring the citrus and spice. Magnum completes the circle with some mild and perfect bittering. Considering the ABV, it all comes together to produce an extraordinarily smooth and sophisticated beer.