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Canterbury Jack derives its name from the 17th century fairground tinkers in the Kentish cathedral city, infamous throughout the county for their roguish antics.
Canterbury Jack is brewed with pale and crystal malts and gently hopped with Cascade and East Kent Goldings grown within a few miles of the brewery.
The result is a light and refreshing contemporary ale, bursting with character and flavour, which will delight established and new beer-lovers alike.
Rare is a beer more invigorating, uplifting or aromatic than this fresh New World pale ale brewed using Cascade and East Kent Goldings hops and ripe with summer fruit on a bed of bready malt. Privileged palates should prepare for lime marmalade on toast, lychees, lemongrass and a bitter-sweetness akin to brown sugar-dusted grapefruit. A sensational partner to Caesar salad, grilled fish and seafood.
Tasting notes by beer writer Ben McFarland
9 gallon Firkin, 500ml bottle
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