A classic Kentish strong ale, Bishops Finger takes its name from the name of an ancient signpost on the pilgrims way pointing pilgrims to the Shrine of Thomas A Becket at Canterbury Cathedral.
One of the oldest names in British beer, this classic British ale is brewed with chalk-filtered mineral water drawn from deep beneath the brewery and Shepherd Neame’s signature Kentish hops. Its authenticity is assured by its EU protected geographical indication status.
See: Chestnut brown
Smell: Roast, Toffee, Berries
Taste: Rich, Fruity, Bitter
A rich and fruity, chestnut coloured Kentish strong ale