Farm Table Series are sessionable beers inspired by tradition and brewed true to a classic style. 80 Shilling is dry, toasty Scottish-style ale. This malt-focused sessionable ale is a deep-copper-colour, with mild-to-moderate caramel flavour and balanced hop presence.
4.7% • Farm Table Series
HISTORY & STYLE
Originating in the 1800s, Scottish ales were classified on a “shilling” scale based on their alcohol strength, typically ranging from 60 shilling (“light”) to 90 (“wee heavy”). In the midst of these extremes are 80 shilling ales (“export”), classic crowd-pleasers and a style that has stood the test of time.
80 Shilling pours a deep copper colour. The malt character is predominant, with a few esters, and just enough hops for balance. This classic Scottish ale possesses a toasted flavour and dry finish, with a mild-to-moderate caramel presence.
Scotch broth soup (lamb & barley), haggis, pan-fried lamb chops, lamb & beef meatloaf, mild cheddar cheese, Scottish shortbread.
- ALC/VOL: 4.7%
- INGREDIENTS: Local spring water, organic barley malts, organic roasted barley, organic hops, brewer’s yeast.
- MALTS: Pale ale, carafoam, munich, caraaroma (all organic)
- HOPS: Simcoe, WGV (Whitbread-Golding Variety), Goldings (all organic)
- YEAST: Edinburgh ale
- IBU’S: 29
- OG: 11.0° P
- FG: 2.6° P
- SERVING TEMP.: 9-12° C
- GLASSWARE: Mug