courage-directors-bitter-3kg

Courage Directors Bitter 3kg

£20.50 Inc VAT

Courage Director’s Bitter is a popular choice with a clean bitter taste; dry-hop aroma and flavour.

Makes 36 pints. ABV Approx. 4.8%.

5 in stock

Product Description

Originally brewed exclusively for the directors of the Alton brewery, Alton, Hampshire this ale was eventually made available to the hoi polloi.

A rich, chestnut hued, full-bodied brew boasting a clean, bitter taste balanced with burnt orange peel notes and a dry-hop aroma and flavour.

36 pint kit. ABV Approx. 4.8%.

Ingredients: Hopped malt extract (Barley Malt, Hops, Hop Extracts and water), Dried Brewing Yeast (in sachet), Hop Extract (in sachet).
Net Weight: 3.0kg
Manufacturer: Muntons PLC, Cedars Maltings, Stowmarket, Suffolk, England IP14 2AG.

Sold under licence and with permission from Charles Wells.

Additional Information

Weight 3.5 kg
 

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