Ridgeway Bad Elf
Olde England meets the New World in this strong, warming golden ale, brewed by Peter Scholey. Master brewer for the late and much-lamented Brakspear Brewery of Henley-on-Thames, England, Peter started his own brewing operations in 2003. Bad Elf is a hop-lover’s dream, balancing a generous amount of famous English malt with an astounding 45 ounces of fresh hops – including American Cascade – per barrel.
Ridgeway Criminally Bad Elf
Sweet and dark berries with alcoholic warmth and a creamy mouthfeel. Colour: dark amber with an off white head.
Ridgeway Seriously Bad Elf
A Rather Serious English Double Ale.
Ridgeway Very Bad Elf
This Very Bad Elf is one fine ale - rich, hardy, and flavorful, brewed to an original 1795 Thames Valley recipe, with a very special pale amber malt that is rarely used nowadays, and balanced by a modest addition of English Fuggle aroma hops.