Winner of the First Prize Gold Medal at the International Brewers’ Exhibition in 1980, this beer is brewed to an original gravity of 1036° -1040° from a recipe which has evolved over many years. It is a full, well-hopped bitter with a reputation that exceeds the borders of its native and adjoining counties.
Stronger version of Boddington's Bitter. Pasteurised and artificially carbonated. Known as Boddington's Gold in the UK. Also known as Boddington's Export.
A well balanced session bitter, light amber colour with an inviting malt and hop aroma. The best pale ale malt and generous useage of Progress and Golding hops lead to a light, ref...
A classic example of an English bitter beer. Chestnut coloured with a rich white head, delicate hop aroma, malty fullness ending with a crisp bitter finish.