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Special '400' beer to commemorate Pendle witches
11:42am Monday 3rd September 2012 in News
Burnley’s Moorhouse’s has brewed a special potion for the Pendle Witches 400th anniversary year.
Four per cent Four Hundred makes its debut for September as the latest in this year’s seasonal range.
The ale features pale and crystal malt with cascade and late-added crystal hops to create a classic English pale ale in style with a twist of American hops.
This gives a hint of citrus spice and tangerine on the aroma backed by a smooth bitterness and a sweet hint of caramel in taste.
Managing director David Grant said: “Four Hundred is a one-off brew to bring further attention to the alleged Pendle Witches and their unjust trial and execution.
“We believe it will prove a very bewitching beer to bring further focus to the tragic events of 1612 and our campaign to have the 10 pardoned.”
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