Dry-hopped. A golden ale with a vibrant hop tone and a dry finish. Robust, refreshing and still a port of call in any beer-drinker’s voyage of discovery.
BBI 2018: Diploma | IBC 2017: Bronze | 'Beauty of Hops', 2004: Winner | GBBF 1999: Silver Medal | GBBF 1990, Pale Ale: Gold
Armada Ale was one of the first new ‘Golden Ales’ that emerged in the 1980s. Originally commissioned by the National Maritime Museum, for their quartercentenary celebrations of the defeat of the Spanish Armada
Armada Ale has a pronounced yet balanced hop character, derived from Fuggle and Golding hops.