Breconshire Wild Beacon
Bottle conditioned. Has been seen occasionally on cask. Available in Summer.
A very pale Summer Ale, brewed with just-picked Elderflower clusters, fresh Nettle tops and local honey which combine for a fresh, wild floral flavour.
First brewed in 2009 to celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Brecknock Wildlife Trust, (who recieve a donation of 5p for bottle sold), This beer will be available each summer in bottles, once the elderflowers and nettles become available.
Contains Malted Wheat, Elderflowers, Nettles and Honey
Golden Ale/Blond Ale
There are a few different types of blond ale. The first is the traditional "Canadian Ale", an adjunct-laden, macrobrewed, top-fermented equivalent of the American Standard. The second is common in US brewpubs - a light starter ale, with marginally more hop and body than a macrobrew, fewer adjuncts, but still not a flavourful beer by any means. The British interpretation is easily the boldest, hoppiest blond ale rendition. Some of these can almost be considered American Pales they are so hopped up - very crisp, refreshing, with relatively low alcohol compared with their North American counterparts.