Burghead Heather Ale

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Type: Scottish Gruit
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This ale was brewed by the ancient tribes of Brittania over 4,000 years ago, but made popular by the ancient Picts around 350 B.C. Originally made in the form of Mead (fermented honey), This ale was coveted by all. Brewed without hops but organic Heather tips, organic honey and organic malts, this award winning ale may be the most interesting ale you’ve ever had!

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