Name of beer
Wells and Young/Charles Wells
What the brewer says
Winter is coming, so when you have a bit of a tickly throat, then surely you have to substitute your first beer of the weekend for a honey-based drink, right?
Not when you have Waggle Dance. Yes, one might turn to a winter warmer, like Robinsons’ Old Tom, on a night like this, but when you have the option of a golden ale, brewed with honey, you’ve got to give it a go.
Yes, it’s more like a summer beer, and light enough to provide a great bridge from lager to beer, but the heating’s on so it’s a nice cool tipple in the warmth.
The honey adds a smoothness that make Waggle Dance all the more enjoyable and a great, smooth drink. It also makes it a drink you can take your time with and set yourself up for a lovely weekend.
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