|| The lightest and fruitiest of Tirril's range. Pale golden. aromatic and well hopped. anideal summer ale. Named after Charles Gough's dog. Gough lost his way travelling to the Quaker meeting house in Grasmere and fell from the notrious Striding Edge. His remains were found months later. only identified by the name in his hat. Amazingly his faithful hound still stood guard over his body. Both Wordsworth and Keats wrote poems about the event. His few remains are buried in the Quaker graveyard in Tirril. Hence he is the only one of our characters still resident in the village.