Workie ticket - nuisance or troublemaker (supposedly originated from men wanting to obtain their discharge from the Forces after the last war and who would thus misbehave or work their ticket in order to obtain a quicker de-mob. Hence, working your ticket, being awkward)
No awkwardness however from this ale from Mordue. The original Mordue Brewery was situated on Wallsend village green and run by Joseph Mordue, a brewer of distinction in the 19th Century. In 1995, over 100 years later, two brothers revived Joseph Mordue's superb ales, their range of beers gaining both local and national awards.
Workie Ticket is a tasty, complex beer with malt and hops throughout and a long, satisfying bitter finish. Well worthy of the title 'Champion Beer of Britain' award 1997.
- ABV 4.5%
Buy Mordue Workie Ticket: On draught in pubs and bottled.