Small Gods / Galahad - 3.2% 440ml Can
The most exalted of the knights at King Arthur’s round table, Galahad alone proved worthy of the Holy Grail. With a peerless purity of heart and deed he journeyed to Camelot to serve at his king’s side. Besting Sir Lancelot he proved himself the finest swordsman in the land and was duly knighted, taking his prophesied place at the round table. Sir Galahad then drew forth the sword in the stone, signalling to Arthur’s knights that the time had come to set out on their grail quest. Most of the knights ventured out alone, seeking glory. Sir Galahad however chose to venture forth alongside his compatriots Sir Bors the Younger and Sir Percival to fulfil his destiny. After a long and storied expedition, they discovered the mystical castle of Corbenic, the resting place of the holy grail. Having demonstrated his faith, Sir Galahad was granted the quest to return the grail to its resting place. On his return journey he was visited by Joseph of Arimathea and in his rapture requested to die. Thus his soul was ushered into heaven at Joseph’s side, borne aloft by a choir of angels, leaving his mortal vessel to the tender care of Bors and Percival.
Galahad is a table beer. A pure and peerless style perfectly designed to showcase beer’s fundamental beauty. A fluffy and complex base of Pilsner, Wheat, Crystal and Vienna malts supports a delicate and floral Belgian yeast character with a soft touch of rounded fruity British and US hops seamlessly mingling to create a light, refreshing and characterful beer. A sessionable 3.2% ABV is elevated by a medium body and spritzy carbonation.
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