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A little more about our Ales
Widgets have done a lot to drinking ale at home over the years as the allow micro-bubbles to permeate the can upon opening. Boddington’s and John Smith’s are two great examples giving you a perfect smooth pour every time
Some don’t need it though and beers such as Caffrey’s Irish Ale, Old Speckled Hen or Arrogant Bastard from Stone Brewing (USA) rely on the flavours and maltiness to deliver an all round great drinking experience
Yes, it’s weather dependent and tastes better in the warmer months but choosing and drinking ale is a custom that’s not going any where anytime soon
How to Drink Ale
Best drank at or just above room temperature. Use a tankard or a pint glass and allow the head to settle on top if necessary.
For food pairings ale is best enjoyed alongside big, intense dishes such as roast beef, lamb or game