Moor – Imperial Entanglement Red Ale 9.7%
An imperial red ale for the Rogue one.
Amber Ale – 9.7% – 330ml
Type: AmberFlavours: Malty/Toffee
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Brewed by Moor
Moor Beer Company was started in 1996 on a former dairy farm in the Levels and Moors area of Somerset. Drink Moor Beer produce award winning, sought after beers for local, national and international consumption. They have a pretty simple ethos, and they love what we create and hope that you will, too.
This beer tastes too good for words. Just joking. Description coming soon.
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