First brewed 13 years ago in Wiltshire, this strong, straw-hued beer was one of the first British light-coloured beers to be launched in the UK. The bottle, with its distinctive label telling the story of the beer’s origins, was designed by Storyboard six years ago, and updated in 2000 by the Trevor Peters Design Company. The hoppy, malty flavour is designed to appeal to bitter and lager drinkers. And, contrary to its name, Summer Lightning is available all year round.
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