On a beautiful sunny day in March, over 1000 riders hit up the rolling country hills of Clent, Kinver and the Severn Valley. The challenge was tough… Mad March Hare, a gruelling, 66 miles on climbs that reached well over 5,000 ft, but the reward was great… a pint at the finish!
The event had a whole host of sponsors including not only Beers Burgers Bikes but also the legendary Wainwright Golden Ale, which was served up to those parched riders at the finish! So what better way to celebrate their success than by cracking open one of these ourselves!…
Inspired by the author Alfred Wainwright famous Lakeland Fell guidebooks, Wainwright Golden Ale promises the ultimate reward…
Appearance: Crystal clear, golden in colour, with bubbles slowly making their way to the surface and a moderate white head that slowly mellows down leaving a fair bit of lacing on the surface.
Aroma: Pine, with a slight sweetness and a touch of citrus, creating an almost lager-like aroma.
Flavour: A nice subtle sweetness, with a touch of hoppiness and a crisp bitter finish that tingles on your tongue.
Exceptionally thirst-quenching and the perfect refreshment after a long ride!
So if you’re up for the challenge head over to Madhare and book on the Mad Summer Hare, safe in the knowledge that there will be a decent pint waiting for you at the finish!