CLASSIC BRITISH ALE
ALC 4.7% VOL
This beer was produced to commemorate the disbandment of XV Squadron after 102 years of dedicated service. Aim Sure.
Good malt flavour is balanced with fruit hop and a hint of chocolate providing gentle bitterness on the finish.
Hops: Challenger, Fuggles & East Kent Goldings
Malts: Maris Otter Pale, Crystal & Chocolate
Enjoy With: Traditional British pub fayre
Enjoy After: Trek or trail
Did You Know
The name is testament to the Squadron’s most famous aircraft ‘MacRobert’s Reply’. The first ‘MacRobert’s Reply’ was a Short Stirling bomber, serial N6086 operated by XV(R) Squadron in 1941. The aircraft was paid for by a generous £25,000 donation from Lady Rachel Workman MacRobert, and was named ‘MacRobert’s Reply’ in commemoration of her three sons, all of whom were killed whilst serving with the RAF. Four other aircraft have since carried the name ‘MacRobert’s Reply’, and borne the MacRobert family crest.