Sound the Yak Alarm! Fat Yak coming through! An old school pale that’s pushing the boundaries of Pale, this is a deep amber which will put you in the mind of one of those fruity numbers you drank when you first started drinking proper ale down the pub. It has plenty of modern hoppiness to back up its’ traditional roots though. Both on the nose and to taste you’ll get plenty of fruity and floral goodness, with the malts throwing a bit of fruit and a little bread as well. With a long and bitter finish, this is the perfect beer to introduce a traditional ale drinker to something a little more hop forward.