Standard/Ordinary Bitter

Lightest strength bitter. Originally kegged or casked and served by a hand pump without pressure. Traditionally served only a few days old from a cask and consumed within a day or two.


Mild form where malty flavor has a slight edge over the bitterness. Med to high bitterness. Slightly dry with high attenuation. Light to medium body. Light yellow to light copper color. Carbonation higher in bottled versions.


English malt, crystal malts. English hops (Fuggles/Goldings). English ale yeast with lots of character. Medium Sulfate Water.


Young's Bitter, Fuller's Cheswick, Boddington's Pub Draught, Adnams Bitter

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