A ruby-red mild with a spicy, toffee aroma and smooth, malty flavour. 4.2% ABV.
Once the most popular beer style in the UK, 'Mild' originally meant a younger or un-aged beer. Nowadays, Mild is regarded as a lightly hopped, malty beer, generally lower in strength.
Harbour Mild is named in recognition of Porthmadog harbour, once a key port of the Welsh slate trade.