It was over 500 years ago that lager made an appearance in northern Europe – specifically Germany and Austria.
Inspired by a local legend involving the great Cistercian abbey of Valle Crucis and Dinas Bran Castle, on the hilltop towering over the town. According to the story, the castle is the final resting place for the Holy Grail, the cup that Christ drank from at the Last Supper and also that there is a tunnel all the way down to the abbey below.
Refreshing and quaffable, this craft bitter has a golden/amber body, clean and clear, white pillow on top. Citrus notes in both the nose and taste, pale malts calm the lemon/grapefruit flavours. Goes down very nicely.
Available in 500ml bottle, polypin (5 litre,10 litre or 20 litre).
Case of 12 or 24 with or without a pint glass.
Llangollen pint glass included if you order a case with glass.
What is a Polypin?
A polypin is essentially a bag in a box. The polypin requires no other equipment to make it function other than a glass to serve. It should keep for 3 weeks once opened if kept in a cool dry place whilst not using it.
When your polypin arrives leave it in place without moving it for 24hrs as real craft bitter will have sediment in it. This will allow the sediment to settle. Prop up the opposite end to the tap with a book as this will help get the most from the polypin.