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The Golden Pheasant
Speciality Beer House

71 High Street
Biggleswade
SG18 0JH


+44 (0) 1767 313653

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Battleaxe

battleaxe.jpg Battleaxe, 4.2%ABV by Rudgate Brewery of Tockwith, North Yorkshire

 

 

A robust, chestnut brown best bitter with an initial sweetness and gentle bitterness, leading to a complex fruity flavour

 

 
Landlord


landlord.jpgLandlord, 4.3%ABV by Timothy Taylors Brewery of Keighley, West Yorkshire.

 

 

 

The drinkers favourite, a classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma.  A recent survey revealed that Landlord has the highest proportion of drinkers who call it their favourite ale.  And it has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA's Champion beer of the year and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.

A strong classic ale with a golden amber colour.  It has a scent of caramel, light fruits and roasted malt hints.

 

 
Blackberry Porter
Blackberry Porter, 4.8%ABV by Mauldons Breweryu of Sudbury, Suffolk

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A full bodied, black porter, with a balanced hop aroma and rich blend of chocolate and roast flavours, giving way to a subtle sweet fruit finish.
 
Vale ale

Vale Ale, 4.3%ABV by Three Castles Brewery of Pewsey, Wiltshire

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Golden coloured smooth ale with a fruity palate and a strong floral aroma.

 
Tea kettle stout

 

Tea  Kettle Stout, 4.7%ABV by Tring Brewery of Tring, Herts.

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A stout like no other, the antithesis of bitter irish stouts, this is creamy, smooth with underlying chocolate notes imparted by generous amounts of roasted malts and oats.  Pours with a dark body and ivory head.   Its a tall dark, handsome pint

 
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