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BIS012 - Table Beer


Malts: Maris Otter, Oats, Munich

Hops: Magnum, Centennial, Kazbeck, Lemondrop

Yeast: US-0%

Other: Maltodextrin

(Allergens underlined. Contains gluten.)


Light in colour and in alcoholic strength, yet full-bodied and full-flavoured, this is a crisp, citrus smasher. Generously hopped with Lemondrop, Centennial and Kazbek hops and brewed with a healthy dose of oats for a satisfying mouthfeel, this cheeky 3%-er is a small beer with big ideas.

Citrus fruit on the nose is unmissable and on the palate it comes across with a touch of sherbert. A very subtle spice note develops in the background and there’s plenty of body to carry the sharp, tangy hops and moderate bitterness. The body is full but light and spritzy with a zippy carbonation. Finishes medium dry, with a tingle.

What The Hell Was I Thinking?

The challenge with low ABV beers is to create enough body and mouthfeel from a small amount of grain to carry a generous hopping, and that’s what the oats and maltodextrin are here for. This is the first beer in the Big Ideas Series to include a US hop variety, and it wasn’t done without a fair bit of umm-ing and ah-ing, but the familiar ‘craft beer-iness’ that even a low dose of Centennial offers is another key element of what makes this beer work. The lemon citrus from Lemondrop and Kazbeck get a solid foundation and the result is a light, hoppy, sessionable modern pale ale.

Naturally carbonated, vegan friendly

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