6X best bitter is one of the most famous ales from the south of England and was first brewed 5th December 1923.
Originally 6%, Coopers would mark XXXXXX on the wooden casks to indicate the beer's strength. One day a 'lazy' Cooper simply wrote '6' followed by a single ‘X’ on the cask and that's how it got its name! The ABV reduced to 4.3% due to rationing of raw ingredients during WWII and remains that strength in bottles and cans to this day. The ABV is 4.1% on draught - take a look at our Micro Casks to enjoy cask fresh beer at home!
|Colour | Smell | Taste||Dark Amber | Malty & Fruity | Malty & Full Bodied|
|Hops||Fuggles and Goldings|
|Malts||Pale Ale, Crystal and Black Malted Barley|
|Bitter | Sweet||2/5 | 3/5|
|Allergy Information||Contains Gluten (malted barley)|