Bishop's Tipple

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The deliciously zingy Bishop’s Tipple was created to celebrate George Reindorp’s appointment as the Bishop of Salisbury in 1973. He was a big fan, describing it as “a temptress with its pale golden hue and soft after palate."

A strong ale, Bishop’s Tipple boasts aromas of toasted malt and spicy hops on the nose. Deceptively light in colour, it has a strong flavour balanced with a zingy hop bitterness and a long clean finish.

Five different hops make up this punchy, powerful ale, including Goldings, Styrian Goldings, Saaz, Target and Galaxy combined with Pale Ale malted barley.
Brewery: Wadworth
Alcohol: 5.5 %
Best temperature: ? º
Color: ?
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