The Specials in cask
We're always conjuring up some special beers.
- It's got a 'P' in it somewhere.
Thanks, that's a great help...
- I can spell 'illiterate' if you like? Ay up, Don't the Colonials leave the 'U' out of everything, like in off-color humor?
So it's 'hynopotams' then?
- Yes, that's it exactly, only spelled differently. Close
Tropical fruit flavours and a quenching bitter finish. Made with an enticing mix of Continental and New Zealand hops and a small quantity of lager malt in the mash.
Every ruined Abbey should have a ghost, and Beauchief has at least a couple, according to local legend and sometimes, gossip.
We thought "Headless Horseman" might not be the ideal name for a refined pale and attractive beer that blah blah.........................
Legless Horseman etc.
An occasional brew, White Lady, is perfect with a traditional English Sunday dinner of roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, carrots and gravy - or, luckily enough, an equally ideal accompaniment to Britain's official favourite Sunday dinner for the Millennium - chicken tikka masala.
Packed with the wonderful Galaxy hops from Australia. Aromas of tropical fruit salad. It has full hop flavours of mango and passion fruit with a crisp bitter finish.