Light by name and light by nature at 3.4%, Lighthouse is a refreshing and approachable pale ale. It was developed from our original Champion Pale Ale recipe and is therefore brimming with all the characteristics you would expect to find in an authentic English pale ale.
Lighthouse was developed from our original Champion Pale Ale recipe. It is therefore brimming with all the characteristics you would expect to find in an authentic English pale ale. Brewed with Pale Ale and Crystal malt, it has a wonderful glow to its colour, as well as subtle flavours of caramel and toffee. It's hopped with a blend of Fuggles and Goldings hops, which add herbal fragrance and a refreshingly long finish.
Contains: Barley, Gluten
The brewing team developed Lighthouse from the pages of Adnams coveted brewing books and use our original Champion Pale Ale recipe as its foundation. That beer scooped multiple awards many from 1922 to 1980 and used ingredients that we could still get today, including Fuggles and Goldings hops. Southwold’s Lighthouse is a listed building and can be seen from the brewery window, and up to 18 nautical miles at sea. The concentric circles on the bottle label represent its light. Adnams has a long and colourful history. We're proud of our Southwold roots, which help give us the strength and confidence to grow and evolve, keeping us fresh and innovative.
Beer has been brewed on the same site in Southwold for at least 670 years. Our long history gives us firm foundations and we look forward to an exciting and sustainable future.
Recommended for the Adnams Lighthouse Golden Ale 500ml Glass Bottles