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Rutland Bitter

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A designation obtained by: Ruddles Brewery Ltd. Official Description: Alcoholic Beverage brown/amber in colour around 3.4% alcohol by volume. Predominantly bitter in taste with some sweetness, fruity and hoppy aroma from Rutland, Leicestershire. The first record of a beer titled Rutland is in 1964.




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