An English ale with a distinctive flavour of dark toffee and caramel combined with a crisp bitterness derived from using rare Bramling Cross hops. Originally from England's smallest county - Rutland.
The horseshoe has been a symbol of Rutland for over 500 years. Tradition has it that royalty or peers of the realm who pass through the county town of Oakham must present a horseshoe to the lord of the manor. Pubs in Rutland are offered a bespoke upside down horseshoe in keeping with local tradition.