Craft Beer Awards 2015 Winner: U.K. Ale

These will take you back to dear ol’ Blighty.

May 28, 2015

/ Photo: Eydis Einarsdottir


These hail from the part of the world (England, Ireland, Scotland) that coined the term “sessionable,” meaning beers that are well suited to drinking in larger quantities. The contemporary interpretation suggests less than five percent alcohol, but the ones from this region are known at all strengths for the understated complexity of their flavours, which evolve with every sip, maintaining the drinker’s interest even after a pint or three.



Persephone Brewing Co. Goddess Golden Ale
A distinctive aroma settles into a crisp, dry, unapologetically bitter summer ale.



Fernie Brewing Co. Big Caboose Red Ale
An easy-drinking sessionable red ale that doesn’t complicate matters. Drink and repeat.



Timothy Taylor & Co. Timothy Taylor’s Landlord
From a family-run Yorkshire brewery (est. 1863), a classic low-alcohol English pale ale.

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