Full-bodied with complex fruit flavours, Bishops Finger is a strong premium cask-conditioned ale brewed to a traditional Kentish recipe.
Alcohol 5.4% vol.
What's behind the name? Well, a Bishops Finger is an unusual finger-shaped signpost still found in Kent, which once pointed pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Only the finest malted barley, Kent hops and fresh water are used in the production of one of Britain's best-loved ales, which is also exported in bottles to more than 30 countries worldwide.