EPA by Wayfarers' Ale Society in Nova Scotia, Canada

About EPA by Wayfarers' Ale Society

A traditional English Pale Ale with touch of bitterness. Flavourful enough that you could drink it flat and warm, but Wayfarers' doesn't serve it that way.

The name Wayfarers' Ale is a tribute to an old custom in England where medieval travellers, 'wayfarers' as they were known, would stop at local churches, knock on the door, and be given a small horn of ale and a piece of bread to refresh and help them along their journey.

Wayfarers' Ale Society makes EPA English Pale Ale