Monthly Style Series

Public House Bitter

This is the Baird take on the quintessential British beer style – Ordinary Bitter. This light-bodied, low-alcohol Ale is meant to be quaffed in quantity – several pints at a time.

Overview

Alcohol Content (by volume) 3.5%
Starting Gravity (degree plato) 9.2
Finishing Gravity (degree plato) 2.5
Bitterness Units (IBU) 25
Color (SRM) 6.0
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Public House Bitter

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This is the Baird take on the quintessential British beer style – Ordinary Bitter. This light-bodied, low-alcohol Ale is meant to be quaffed in quantity – several pints at a time.

Overview

Alcohol Content (by volume) 3.5%
Starting Gravity (degree plato) 9.2
Finishing Gravity (degree plato) 2.5
Bitterness Units (IBU) 25
Color (SRM) 6.0
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The Label Speaks

There is a joyous and festive atmosphere at one of our Taproom pubs during the holiday season. The curmudgeonly scrooge in the foreground, however, is having none of it. He just wants to belch out to everyone a surly Bakayaro! He truly is in a sour, insolent and obstinate mood. The kanji characters in the label, henkutsu (偏屈), further express this.

The Label Speaks

https://bairdbeer.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/bakayaro2-320x320.png

There is a joyous and festive atmosphere at one of our Taproom pubs during the holiday season. The curmudgeonly scrooge in the foreground, however, is having none of it. He just wants to belch out to everyone a surly Bakayaro! He truly is in a sour, insolent and obstinate mood. The kanji characters in the label, henkutsu (偏屈), further express this.

Bryan's Comment

“The English Public House experience is about convivial human intercourse facilitated by the enjoyment of several pints of Bitter. To us, enjoyment of a Bitter properly poured in a first rate Public House represents all that is great about beer and pub culture: wonderful flavor, quenching refreshment and meaningful, friendly human interaction.”

Ingredients

Water Soft, Cleanly Flavorful, Local
Malted Grain Floor-malted Maris Otter, Caramel,
Un-malted Grain None
Sugar Japanese Korizato (Rock Candy)
Hops Whole Flower Cones – Various Varieties
Yeast House Scottish Ale Strain

Bryan's Brewing Notes

Researching, recreating and reintroducing historically classic beer styles is a mission that the brewers of Baird Beer undertake with great joy and zeal. Public House Bitter is our take on the most quintessential of British beer styles – Ordinary Bitter.

The defining ingredients in this light and session-able Bitter are all English: Maris Otter and Caramel malt, East Kent Golding and Fuggle hops. We mash the malt in a classic English single-temperature infusion style. And, in the time-honored tradition of British Real Ale brewing, we prime the beer at packaging to produce a secondary in-package fermentation and all-natural carbonation.

At our brewery-operated Taproom Public Houses we serve the beer the traditional English way, pulling it through our Angram hand pumps and serving it as Real Ale. Please stop in for a pint or three. You will not be disappointed!

Bryan's Comment

“Beer has brought so much happiness and meaning to my life. I hope you can taste a passion for living in all Baird Beer. Brewing characterful beer is to us one small affirmation of the beauty of it all. ”

Ingredients

Water Soft, Cleanly Flavorful, Local
Malted Grain Floor-malted Maris Otter, Caramel,
Un-malted Grain None
Sugar Japanese Korizato (Rock Candy)
Hops Whole Flower Cones – Various Varieties
Yeast House Scottish Ale Strain

Bryan's Brewing Notes

Researching, recreating and reintroducing historically classic beer styles is a mission that the brewers of Baird Beer undertake with great joy and zeal. Public House Bitter is our take on the most quintessential of British beer styles – Ordinary Bitter.

The defining ingredients in this light and session-able Bitter are all English: Maris Otter and Caramel malt, East Kent Golding and Fuggle hops. We mash the malt in a classic English single-temperature infusion style. And, in the time-honored tradition of British Real Ale brewing, we prime the beer at packaging to produce a secondary in-package fermentation and all-natural carbonation.

At our brewery-operated Taproom Public Houses we serve the beer the traditional English way, pulling it through our Angram hand pumps and serving it as Real Ale. Please stop in for a pint or three. You will not be disappointed!


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