A Belgian Farmhouse pale ale that has been brewed in recognition of the agricultural workforce of Leyland.
Leyland also has a connection to Belgium. Specifically Seneffe in Wallonia, which housed one of Europes biggest distribution plants owned by British Leyland.
This type of ale is possibly what the operatives in Belgium were drinking at the time.
A light and refreshing ale brewed with Belgian ale yeast quenching the thirst after a hard days work.