A very hoppy and refreshing bitter, celebrating the revival of the brewery. The hops are a blend of American varieties, with American-style yeast providing a crisp finish.
For a beer relatively low in alcohol it has a very full flavour and drinks well above its strength, earning it a multitude of awards and setting the standard for the style.
This ultra-pale ale is brewed with a limited availability hop from America to impart a pronounced floral and citric quality to the beer, with honey and elderflower in the nose. It continues to be a benchmark for the Golden Ale style around the world.
Talented homebrewer Casey Letellier provided the inspiration for this New World beer, where stunning southern hemisphere hops balance with delicate pale malts for added body and some honeyed sweetness.
As with all of Moor's hoppy beers, Hoppiness is so much more than just a one-dimensional hop bomb.
Don’t worry, there are enough hops in here to scratch that itch, but this beer gives you everything: all the rich malt and fruit flavours of a Barley Wine combined with the hoppy crispness of a Pale Ale.