This one was chosen because of its literary connections, in that, it was named after the poem by William Blake, Jerusalem.
Wells and Young's proclaims themselves to be the UK's largest independent brewery, set up in 1875 in Bedford and still with involvement of the Wells family. The water used to make the beers is mineral water, still drawn from the original well.
|Burning Gold - 4.7%|
As you can almost see the colour is where the name for this one comes from, clear and gold. What you can't see is the proud statement on the label, repeated on the website, that it has "a dry, crisp flavour with more than a hint of citrus on the palate".
Now I don't know about you but to me "more than a hint" should mean some at all. It was overall an average ale that could have benefited from being a touch cooler than the room temperature I had it at and would be far more drinkable on a hot day.