Longneck is something of a beer with two faces. Most times you’ll find it served through regular draught lines where the English hops and yeast combine in a pleasing mix of mellow fruits and citrus with just a touch of rye spiciness. But this is also a beer built for the hand pumps where, served in the traditional way, it displays more berry notes and becomes a smoother affair that shaves off any sharp edges. Either way, it’s a beer that offers more flavour than its relatively low ABV would suggest, just as the good old-school ales from Old Blighty ought to.
- Best Bitter
- 22 IBU