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Ruddles County

An English Ale with a distinctive flavour of dark toffee and caramel combined with a crisp bitterness derived from using rare Bramling Cross hops. 

500ml bottles 

alc. 4.3% vol.

£1.65

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Aroma:  Soft Fruits, Blackcurrant, Hoppy

Taste:  Floral & Fruity Hop, Bitter

Malt:  Pale, Crystal

Hops:  Goldings, Admiral, Pilgrim, Target, Bramling Cross

Perfect with: Roast lamb with rosemary and redcurrant gravy. Truly a match made in heaven!  

Additional Notes:  The rare Bramling Cross brings blackcurrant and red currant notes to this rich malty ale. Admiral and Pilgrim in the boiling copper give a robust bitterness and this is balanced by the sweetness and toffee from pale and crystal malts.

Contains Malted Barley

Originally from England's smallest county – Rutland – Ruddles County is an English ale with a distinctive flavour of dark toffee and caramel combined with a crisp bitterness derived from using rare Bramling Cross hops.

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RH
10/26/2021
ralph h.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Great Beer

Very effecient service

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10/02/2021
Nicholas R.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
If I could only drink one kind of beer for the rest of my life...

…it would be Ruddles County, and I would be perfectly content. Others come close, but nothing quite matches the complexity, the depth and the sheer satisfying taste of a pint of Ruddles County (or in this case, 500 ml; what can you do?) Accept no substitutes: this is the king of beers, a traditional, subtle, strong ale — an ‘amber’, in modern parlance — perfect for celebrating, drowning sorrows or simply enjoying a quiet pint.