Coniston - Bluebird Bitter

Pale Ale

12x 500ml Bottles £31.51
In Stock

Country of Origin


Key Information

A single varietal hop beer.

A good session ale with it's golden colour and light, clean, quality taste.

An inviting hoppy aroma giving way to a good dry finish.


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