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  • allgrain
Yorkshire Squares Best Bitter

Malty, hoppy, minerally, floral and tasty!

2 Stage:  No
ABV:  5.3
Color:  11
Final Gravity:  1.01
IBU:  29
Original Gravity:  1.05
Ready In:  6 Weeks
Starter:  No

Imagine the Yorkshire countryside, with its rolling green pastures outlined by rock walls and sprinkled with stone farmhouses, and you're beginning to set the mood. But wait—where does that path meandering through the valley lead? To the pub, of course, where you'll treat yourself to a pint of this fine session bitter, with its pleasant malt and caramel flavors leaning so slightly with the scales tipped towards bitterness yet graciously spiced with floral hop flavor. And with its minerally, dry finish, you'll be reminded of those classic Yorkshire ales with their frothy beginnings in square slate fermenters. And if the mood begins to fade, then step back into that beaming sunshine with your ale-induced glow, breathe in that country air, and ground yourself on that magnificent Earth that gives rise to such an extraordinarily drinkable ale!


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