Beer Description

Available in January 2017, part of our Heritage range

About 200 years ago Jacob Marshall opened up his own path from Edale to the Swine’s Back ridge in The Peak District.  He was a travelling salesman who used this important trade route.  Over a period of time he gradually cut steps into the steep hillside to use as a short-cut.  Now hundreds of  walkers each year, climb up and down his steep track as part of The Pennine Way!

ABV 3.9%
Look Golden beer
 Taste  Mellow bitterness with subtle spices followed by a slightly sweet, dry aftertaste.