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Cape May Biscuits and Honey

Brewery:
Style:
ESB
Country:
USA
Origin:
Cape May, New Jersey
Counties sold in:
Chester
Bucks
Montgomery
Philadelphia
Delaware

This extra special strong bitter is a blend of four different grains, which lay the foundation of this refreshing brew, leading to a medium bodied and highly quaffable ale. A traditional English ale yeast strain is used, lending a dry fruity note to the finish, with a blend of unique English hops. These hops – a blend of Target, Challenger and East Kent Goldings – lend a soft bitterness, with more earthy flavors compared to their more aromatic American cousins. Like all great English ales, the carbonation is on the lower end of the spectrum, allowing the complex grain bill and mild hop character to shine through. Over four pounds per barrel of local South Jersey honey was added to accentuate the sweeter note, with biscuit malts along for the ride to provide the beautiful copper-leaning amber color, along with a slightly toasted, nutty note. 

HOPS top
Challenger, East Kent Golding, Target

ABVinfo Alcohol By Volume Standard measure of alcohol concentration

5.50%

IBUs infoInternational Bitterness Units A higher number indicates more bitterness

40

Color

Copper-Amber

Recommended
Glassware

Availability

Winter

Food Pairings

Bangers & Mash, Venison
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