ABV: 4.5%, Colour: Pale Gold
A refreshing and aromatic pale ale. Bright golden, and with oranges added to the brew to give a delicious citrussy flavour, followed by a satisfying dry finish.
A ‘Blind Tiger’ was a name for an illegal drinking den in the 1920s, which evaded prohibition laws by disguising itself as an exhibition hall for ‘natural curiosities’. They charged their patrons a fee to see a variety of exotic creatures such as a blind tiger (reportedly a pig painted with stripes), which, surely by coincidence, included free alcohol with admission.
The beer was formerly known as Maid Marian, rebranded in 2016.
Blind Tiger’s fresh crisp flavour is the perfect match for light-tasting foods such as traditional fish and chips. We’d also highly recommend combining its fresh orange flavour with fruity desserts such as an indulgent cheesecake or a sorbet.