Full Special Bitter
Not just partially special. We’re talking full on special.
Those Brits have made a few good ales here and there. This is our take on an aggressive English Bitter. A good base of highly modified English malt forms the canvas for the subtle interplay of wheat, rye, and caramel malts. The main show, though, is the dominant English hop character. A blend of English Phoenix, First Goldings, and East Kent Goldings really highlight the stereotypical flavors of English hops. Look for grassy, bitter, earthy, and slightly spicy notes in a hop profile that spends more time on the tongue than the nose.