Traditional English Ale

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Traditional English Ale At Redh

Traditional English Ale is generally made from malted barley, water and hops. It is a beer that has fermented within the vessel that it is then poured from. Carbonation occurs totally naturally and is not forced.

Traditional English Ale is usually served from a cask using a hand pump. A pint of real ale should keep all the taste and flavour that the brewer had intended. To care for and serve good ale is a skill!

Want to learn more about ale before you buy? Check out our Beginners Guide To Ales!

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