Bishops Finger is named after an ancient Kentish signpost found on the pilgrims way pointing to Canterbury qne the shrine of Thomas A Becket.
It was first brewed in 1958 to celebrate the end of Austerity after the war.
It was Shepherd Neame's first strong ale after over 20 years of malt rationing.
Bishops Finger Ale is chestnut brown in colour with notes of roast, toffee and berries on the nose. The taste is rich, fruity and bitter.