Light, refreshing English bitter
Get on board with Seafarers Ale
Launched in support of the UK’s leading maritime charity, Gales Seafarers made its maiden voyage in 2005. A crisp, light and quenching amber ale, it continues to be the easiest, most refreshing charity work you’ll ever do.
Seafarers is brewed with a blend of finest-quality English malt, famous Gales yeast and the aptly named Admiral hop. At 3.6% ABV, it’s a superb, sessionable drop - perfect for a pint or two with your shipmates.
Faintly fruity on the nose, this light amber beer sails a steady course through well-developed malt character towards a satisfying, hoppy finish. The Gales yeast brings out soft fruit flavours, while the hops impart a zesty, spicy quality to the brew.
CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain Bronze(Joint), 2012
Raise a glass
Pulling our weight for a great cause, we donate money from every pint of Seafarers to the charity of the same name. Since its launch, sales of the brew have helped to raise more than £100,000 for Seafarers UK and the sailors they support.
Hail a Caesar salad with our balanced Seafarers
Chicken Caesar salad: The fruity sweet character will complement the chicken and parmesan cheese. A tawny coloured beer that offers the perfect balance between bitterness and sweetness. The gentle carbonation and bitterness will cut through the olive oil.
The three Cs method was used to match our food - compliment, cut through and contrast. To find out more click here.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Chocolate, Maris Otter, Pale
- Hops: Admiral, Fuggles, Goldings, Target
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