Fashioned on a firm, fruity foundation of Crystal malt, this rich, ruby-coloured ale belies its burly appearance with many nuances of flavour including plums, prunes and dried apricot. Brewed in the Garden of England, Kent.
Bishops Finger was the first strong beer that Shepherd Neame brewed after the rationing of malt ended in the late 1950s. Made with 100% natural ingredients, Kentish hops and barley and artesian mineral water drawn from it's own well in the brewery itself.
Alc: 5.4% ABV