This is brewed by Marston’s in the UK.
Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): (3.8 / 5)
After a week in South Africa where the only beer available was lager, Dave was forced to drink Gin & Tonic and Red Wine until he came across this locally brewed Pale Ale.
A copper-to-red coloured English ale. The late addition of imported Goldings hops gives this ale an aromatic floral hop character that is combined with mild fruitiness. This premium ale has a lingering spicy hop character on the back of the tongue, balanced by the malty fullness on the front of the palate.
Crafted to produce an authentic re-creation of an IPA. With its pale appearance, strong hoppy taste and higher alcoholic strength it comprises all the genuine characteristics of a true India Pale Ale, which were necessary to survive the three month long journey from Burton to Bombay – 5.7% abv.
Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): (3 / 5)
Serendipity is an explosively fruity American Pale Ale. Big American hops deliver a huge nose over a subtle malt bill.
3.9% Session Pale Ale
Harper Arms Rating (5=Tribute, 1=Carling): (4 / 5)