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The Farsons Blue Label, Double Red & Indian Pale Ale

The Farsons Ales: Blue Label, Double Red & Green HOP IPA

 

Farsons Blue Label

The Farsons Blue Label is a dark brown, top-fermenting ale hopped and mixed with a special type of mild malt which gives this richly coloured ale a unique, surprisingly smooth and mild taste. Contains distinctive chocolate and caramel notes. An original Farsons Classic.

A dark brown, top-fermented ale yeast, hopped and mixed with a special type of mild malt gives this richly coloured ale a unique, surprisingly smooth and mild taste. Contains distinctive chocolate and caramel notes.

The draught version is a smooth and creamy version and is also available in cans, possible through an inbuilt widget technology that releases just the right amount of nitrogen to create the perfect surge and distinct smooth and creamy finish, which has previously only been available on draught in selected outlets across the island.

Food pairing with: Rabbit, meat, roasts and stews

 

farsons blue label

Farsons Double Red

This strong ale is brewed with high quality ingredients, has a deep brown colour with a strong character and a pleasant hoppy bitterness balanced out by malty sweetness. A true Farsons Classic.

Food pairing with: Meat Pies, Stews, Lamb and chocolate and almond desserts

 Farsons Double Red

Farsons Green HOP IPA

An all malt India Pale Ale brewed using a Pale Ale malted barley variety to give this ale its distinctive amber colour. Green Hop IPA is hopped using a special blend of five different hop varieties which together give this beer its characteristic and unique hoppy flavour profile.

Food pairing with:  Burger with barbeque sauce. Fatty foods, such as sausage, deep-fried meats or French fries. An IPA can also act as a palate cleanser. The hoppiness of the beer can help wash away the flavors of another dish. You can drink it in-between courses, such as after an appetizer, and also before a main course.

Green Hop Indian Pale Ale

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