Review by Andy
HOOK NORTON SAY…
A strong pale ale of distinctive taste. Plenty of Goldings hops gives it something a little bit extra. It has a refreshing clean flavour, which belies its strength.
On the week where Tony Bellew beat David the Haymaker Haye in what some are calling one of the biggest shocks in a British boxing ring for decades, is seemed only right that we take a look at the aptly named Haymaker from Hook Norton.
Haymaker is a pale ale which is described as distinctive and pale.
This is more than a decent pale ale, in fact it is full of flavour and Hook Norton promise ‘something a little bit extra’ and I get that, I really do. This is as good a pale ale as you will find out there, in my opinion, and if you are a fan of pale ales seek this out as you wont be disappointed.