That's enough Guinness and Stout for a while. Time to turn to Bass and Pale Ale.
It's not such a big jump as it might seem. Both Guinness and Bass were extensively bottled by other brewers for sale in their tied houses.
If you've been paying attention when I've been hammering away about British beer gravities in the 20th century, you'll notice that Bass suffered less from gravity cuts than most other beers. And there's the very high degree of attenuation - often well over 80%. I guess that's the Burton water for you.
Going in for the Kil. - *KilderkinThe kilderkin (from the Dutch for "small cask") is equal to half a barrel or two firkins.* *Beer kilderkinUntil the adoption of the im...
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