What they say: Kent hops are the best, best in a sparkling, bright, pale ale that's best drunk in the sparkling Kent sunshine, where the hops grow best. I use Goldings for a tangy, slightly astringent bitterness with Fuggles for earthy balance (and some others that I don't talk about). Suffice to say this is good, clean Kent Pale Ale.
Yeah, definitely more of a summer beer and the Kentish hops more pronounced than in the tasty No. 5. A decent offering from this Ramsgate based brewery.
Cliftonville, Kent. February 2015.