£4.25– Sold Out
No really, they're being deadly serious.
It's always been a running joke that Polly's should produce a Best Bitter, often getting a chuckle from their team whenever it's mentioned.
With it now being a full calendar year since some of us have been to the pub though, they all agreed that one of the things they've missed most throughout this whole lockdown period has been the familiar warmth of a pint of cask bitter.
Whilst they're not going as extreme as racking off a load of firkins, they are confident enough in their own abilities as a brewery now that they are comfortable producing a style of beer that, whilst not dripping in insane dry-hopping rates, gives that familiarity of the pub that is within literal touching distance.
Letting the malt lead here, they've gone for small additions of Cascade and East Kent Goldings for a pleasant bitterness, and fermented out with SO4 for a little bit of haze to remind that this is definitely Polly's.
Flintshire, North Wales