Amber Ale - 4.4%
This is our take on a traditional bitter. The ones we've grown up drinking with our fathers. Its a good, honest 'English' pub beer. Rich, smooth and elegant on the palate, Goshawk draws to a clean, satisfying finish with beautifully balanced bitterness.
Why the name Goshawk? T. H. White, author of 'The Sword in the Stone', lived at Blackpit Farm whilst teaching at Stowe School. He also wrote 'The Goshawk' - an account of his attempt to train a northern Goshawk using traditional falconry techniques. With a story like that, why wouldn't you use the name?!