Bishops Farewell (5.0%) 12 x 500ml

A golden, premium beer with a smooth, malty background, rich and fruity hop flavours and a refreshing finish.

First brewed in 1996 in honour of William John “Bishop Bill” Westwood on his retirement as Bishop of Peterborough. Bishops Farewell pioneered the use of the USA sourced Cascade hop – the variety that launched the craft beer revolution.  

Hops: Cascade (USA), Challenger (UK)
Malts (Bottles): Maris Otter and Clear Choice
Allergens: Contains Gluten

Food Match: Chicken dishes – from roasts to Southern Fried.

COVID-19 UPDATE

As with most online retail at the moment, we are experiencing unprecedented sales volumes and it may currently take a little longer for our couriers to deliver your order than would usually be the case. Please bear with us, we’ll be trying our best to get everything on its way as quickly as we can.

Our couriers also require that someone is present to take delivery of your order and we aren’t therefore able to comply with requests to leave the goods elsewhere.

Thanks for your help with this.

 

£23.50

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A golden, premium beer with a smooth, malty background, rich and fruity hop flavours and a refreshing finish.

First brewed in 1996 in honour of William John “Bishop Bill” Westwood on his retirement as Bishop of Peterborough. Bishops Farewell pioneered the use of the USA sourced Cascade hop – the variety that launched the craft beer revolution.  

Hops: Cascade (USA), Challenger (UK)
Malts (Bottles): Maris Otter and Clear Choice
Allergens: Contains Gluten

Food Match: Chicken dishes – from roasts to Southern Fried.

COVID-19 UPDATE

As with most online retail at the moment, we are experiencing unprecedented sales volumes and it may currently take a little longer for our couriers to deliver your order than would usually be the case. Please bear with us, we’ll be trying our best to get everything on its way as quickly as we can.

Our couriers also require that someone is present to take delivery of your order and we aren’t therefore able to comply with requests to leave the goods elsewhere.

Thanks for your help with this.