Angler's Ale is a pale ale in the classic English tradition. The label indicates an original gravity of 1050 and an alcohol content of 5% by volume. Hops employed are Fuggles, Goldings, and Willamette. The beer is deep tan in color, and produces a robust head that clings to the side of the glass. The nose is a celebration of the English malt used for this beer. The palate is equally malty, with a slight biscuity malt character gradually yielding to a faintly buttery, floral character, then finishes with a spectacularly bitter, dry fuggle hop bitterness. This beer is extremely thirst quenching and delicious. Unfortunately, as was noted above, distribution is very limited, but this beer is well worth going out of one's way for. If you happen by Battle Creek, I strongly recommend this brew
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