This refreshing beer is both soft and full, with a light nutty flavour and delicate green herbaceous notes.
A Mild made for a fresh May day.
The artists impression of the fairie like 'Knots of May' dancing amongst the South Downs, inspired by the local Morris side of who it is named after. Created by local Lewes artist, Malcolm Trollope-Davis.
First brewed to celebrate the popular local Morris Side who may be found dancing at local hostelries between May to October. Its release coincides with the May Day celebrations each year.
A low abv light mild with a colour slightly darker than a traditional bitter.
Knots of May food pairings: French onion soup, Moussaka, Florentine
Nuttiness and caramel are the main flavours of this beer so food that has those flavour characteristics will be complemented by the beer.
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As a result of the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid 19) pandemic we have taken the difficult decision to scale back our operations at Harvey's.
We are brewing, of necessity, to reproduce and preserve our unique yeast strain - so the familiar smell of hops and malt may still drift across the town on occasions. Hopefully we will be able to store and, eventually, bottle the resultant brews.
The Brewery Shop is closed until further notice. Our online shop may have a limited selection of stock added when available, please check back for updates.
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Some Harvey's pubs are still operating as community hubs, and we recommend that you contact any individual pubs directly to see if they are continuing their initiatives.
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Our sincerest thanks to all of you once again for your support.