The 1847, brewed to 4.7% and named to celebrate the start of rail production in the Afan Valley, is a refreshing blond ale made using Czech and British hops to produce a rounded bitter finish. 
The head brewer says “We were looking to create a cross between a German pilsner and a British light ale. A light, blonde beer with hops that are not so over powering as to block out the malt”.


RAILMILL-THE 1847 (500ml) 4.7%abv