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Septem Sunday's (Honey Golden Ale, 6.5%)

A fresh, unpasteurised double fermented beer made with a thoughtful infusion of local orange blossom honey and crystal malt. Golden in colour with amber hues and a creamy white head, you’ll note impressive aromas of orange, peach and exotic fruits with a smooth, lingering bitter finish. Matured over five weeks at low temperatures, malts are blended with whole hops of Slovenian Styrian Golding and German Tettnanger to offer the crisp freshness of any European blonde. The award-winning Septem Microbrewery is located in Orologio on the long, narrow island of Evia near Athens.
As low as £4.00
Packaging: Glass Bottle

Ingredients: Water, Barley, Malt, Honey (9%), Hops, Yeast

Allergens: Gluten

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Try it super cold, as an aperitif. Also fantastic with a salami sandwich.

Septem Microbrewery, Evia, Central Greece

Septem Microbrewery was founded by the oenologist Sophocles Panagiotou on the island of Evia, in 2009. The company’s name comes from the Latin for seven and inspired their first collection of seven beers, each one named after a different day of the week. A winemaker with a passion for brewing, Sophocles used his experience and knowledge as an oenologist to find the best quality malts and hops to create the distinctive balance, aroma, and flavour that characterises Septem beers. The company follow the philosophy that the hop is the ‘grape’ of beer and so select the best quality whole flowers of unique hop varieties from all over the world. By producing non-pasteurised beer they preserve the hoppy aroma and flavour, which would be lost in the thermal process of pasteurisation.

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