Lewes Castle Brown ale - Harvey's Brewery
A play on the name of another very famous brown ale, Lewes Castle is named after Lewes' own Norman fortress, built after William's conquest of 1066.
Taste Note: Full malty ‘Brown Ale’ with a creamy head. Mild hop notes with a lingering biscuit sweet palate give way to coffee and liquorice notes. A bitter-sweet finish.
Size: 500ml & 275ml
Allergy Advice: Contains Barley