Watch out, here comes the Chief.

June 26th 1876, The Little Big Horn river, Montana.

You’ve crept through the long wavering grass and got really close, one hundred paces in front is the great pale skin devil with the long golden hair, General George Armstrong Custer. You have him in your sight, the glory will be yours alone, the tribes will sing your name across the plains for a thousand years. Just as you draw back your arrow you feel a nudge and then a voice “Oi, wake up, you aving another beer or what?”

Sounds to me like you could have been drinking the Old Dairy Brewery’s latest offering Sitting Bull.

Sitting Bull Ale Wantsums

A 5.1% American Pale Ale

Brewed with Amarillo and a new American hop called X366, and the addition of Cara and Crystal malts, With notes of lychee, grapefruit and caramel. A delicious drop!
Here’s some guff about the Battle of The Little Big Horn 
Now I think this chappie could be my Native American Ancestor  (he’s got my eyebrows I’m sure of it).

About Mick Gall

Hello, my name is Mick Gall and I hail from Teynham in sunny Kent. I love gardening and ale so I thought I'd try this blogging m'larky. One blog is about all the great ales,ciders,pubs and brewers we have in Kent and Sussex the other is about gardening and wildlife, plus some folklore thrown in.
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2 Responses to Watch out, here comes the Chief.

  1. Colin Hornsey says:

    This afternoon I had a pint of Old Dairy’s Sitting Bull. It is an EXCELLENT pint, I wish it were more often a available. I was drinking in The Wilmington, Clerkenwell, a wonderful pub. Where else might I find Sitting Bull?

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