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Patriot

Our brand new beer Patriot is a golden hoppy ale floral aroma bursting with flavours of grapefruit with a crisp bitter finish.


ABV

4.3%

Style

Golden Hoppy Ale

1.2 units per half

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Golden

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Hoppy, Citrus, Floral

Cyclops mouth iconTaste

Grapefruit, Zesty

Bitterness

4.0 out of 5 4.0/5 bitterness 4.0/5 bitterness 4.0/5 bitterness 4.0/5 bitterness 4.0/5 bitterness

Sweetness

2.0 out of 5 2.0/5 sweetness 2.0/5 sweetness 2.0/5 sweetness 2.0/5 sweetness 2.0/5 sweetness

Hops

Challenger, Klon, Nelson Sauvin, Cascade and Chinook

Malt

Pale Ale, Extra Pale, Carapils

Allergens

Contains barley

Available in cask throughout March.

Our cask beers use isinglass finings, therefore, are not vegetarian. Good news though - our keg and bottled beers are all suitable for vegetarians!

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Some deliciousBeer and food pairings

Golden ales pair superbly with a wide range of foods, including meats, especially beef.

There's a beer for that

Perfect with...

Beef burgers, sausages or Lancashire and Red Leicester cheese


Visit beerforthat.com to find out more.

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PatriotSteams onto the bar...

Our brand new beer Patriot is a golden hoppy ale floral aroma bursting with flavours of grapefruit with a crisp bitter finish. Golden ales are a popular choice with current drinkers and also people exploring the ale category so Patriot will appeal to a range of customers.


‘Patriot’ supports The LMS-Patriot Project in building an entirely new ‘Patriot’ class steam locomotive named The Unknown Warrior. It will be the new national memorial engine, dedicated to keeping alive the memory of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in two World Wars and more recent conflicts.


On 2nd March 1938 Leicestershire celebrated the 250th anniversary of its county regiment “The Tigers”, which was marked by a parade at Victoria Park. In India, the Regiments 1st Battalion were ceremoniously presented with new colours by the Viceroy of India. To coincide with celebrations, LMS “Patriot” Class steam locomotive 5503 was renamed “Leicestershire Regiment” in a ceremony at Fox Street Sidings. The engine was withdrawn from service in 1961, but now over 50 years later the building of The Unknown Warrior will serve to be a lasting, moving memorial for the British public to see and cherish.


Find out more and follow the locomotives progress here.