Polly's are well documented about how passionate they are for a pale ale there at the brewery.
For all the supercharged, high abv beers they produce, there's sometimes nothing better than the straightforward simplicity of a well made pale ale.
Bye Bye Bayou - named for an an obscure Alan Vega song, and subsequent LCD Soundsystem cover, the head of sales Arron plays almost daily - is everything loved about those reeled back, slightly lower abv beers perfect for supping several of.
Featuring an easygoing and laid back hop bill of Amarillo and Simcoe, this beer bursts with all the typical Polly's notes; berries, apricot, passionfruit and mango, but with pronounced pine and earthy notes to keep everything in check, and wrapped up in their signature LA3 yeast profile.
Mold, Flintshire, UK