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There are plenty of English Bitters in the beer world, and they’re brown, malty and delicious. We decided to brew a special English Bitter with our friends at Keg Cowboy in Columbia, South Carolina, and from the get-go, we knew exactly what we needed to set this one apart from the others. Along with the Marris Otter and Crystal malts, we added home-baked bread from Keg Cowboy in the mash, to give this beer the flavor and the body that it rightfully deserves. East Kent Golding hops poke through these notes, making for a malty, crisp beer we lovingly refer to as “Bread and Bitter.”

Taste Profile

Crisp / Clean
Hoppy / Bitter
Malty / Sweet
Dark / Roasty
Fruit / Spice
Sour / Tart / Funky