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Bewshers Bitter

Brewery: Tirril

Bewshers Bitter is a beer brewed by Tirril in Appleby, Cumbria. Beer has a strength (ABV) of 3.8%. Active: Permanent

Lightly hopped with goldings and fuggles, golden brown, a highly popular session beer. Named after the landlord and brewer at the Queenıs Head Inn in the 1930ıs, when the pub was marked as a brewery on the Ordnance Survey maps. John Bewsher, a local wheelwright from Barton, leased the Inn from the Wordsworth brothers who managed it as part of their young nephewıs estate. The signed and wax-sealed indenture in the bar was the final rental between Bewsher, William Wordsworth and his brother Chris.

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Beer Name Bewshers Bitter
Brewery Tirril
Brewery Location Appleby, Cumbria.
Strength (Alcohol by Volume) 3.8%
Active Permanent
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