Tom Woods Bomber County

Code: AA1276
£2.75
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The strongest of Tom Wood's core beers, this one is named with strong Lincolnshire connections in mind. During the Second World War Lincolnshire became known as Bomber County as at its height there were more airfields here than anywhere else in the country. It is in association with this proud heritage that the beer Bomber County was created. It is a beer that has an earthy malt aroma, with a complex underlying mix of coffee, hops, caramel and apple fruit. The beer starts bitter and intensifies, however all of its mahogany flavours stay on until the end. ABV: 4.8%