New Guest Ale is Master Brew at the Chequers
8th February 2012
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The new Guest Ale at the Chequers, Yelden is Master Brew,  Shepherd Neame's flagship beer, brewed using only the finest Kentish barley and hops.  Available for the next few weeks (only £2.70 a pint on Friday night 10th February, Karaoke night and Saturday night 18th February when Pete Campbell will be singing.)


The distinctive, mid-brown bitter ale, has a hoppy aroma with a taste that's been described as "wonderfully aggressive, tinged with sweetness".

"Delicate and devilishly drinkable, this quintessentially Kentish ale lays the county's hallowed, herbaceous hops on a firm, biscuity bed of pale and crystal malt. Endowed with an inviting auburn-amber hue and a tantalising toffee-ish aroma, it's an enlivening English ale that, given its unassuming ABV, pleasures the palate with a remarkable fullness of flavour." Tasting notes by beer writer Ben McFarland

Cask: 3.7% abv


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