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The crisp, fresh flavour of the Kent seaside lights up the bar from June to August as cask-conditioned Whitstable Bay Premium Ale appears as our draught ale for the summer season.
Whitstable Bay is named after the Kent coastal town, famed for its oysters, and makes a great partner for light dishes such as seafood and salads.
It is a light, refreshing ale made from chalk-filtered mineral water, East Kent Goldings hops and winter pearl malting barley.
Sunset-gold in colour, Whitstable Bay combines delicate hints of fresh hops with the softer, buttery richness of pale and crystal malts and is delightful on its own or paired with summer holiday delights such as Whitstable oysters, potted shrimps, or traditional fish and chips.
This dainty, well-defined dark-blonde drop melds citrusy hops with the nutty, wholemeal character of crystal and pale malt. With ripe fruit, a hint of banana, mango and a tangy, fresh finish, it's perfect with a Ploughman's.
Tasting notes by beer writer Ben McFarland
9 gallon Firkin, 500ml Bottle (Organic)