British Pale Ale
It's been a looong time since I enjoyed a Whitbread pale ale, but I found this clone recipe and I like it. Whitbread brewery was founded in 1742 and to this day brews a bready, malty ale that has a touch of citrus to it. A little darker than an American pale ale and not as hoppy, it leans a little closer to an amber. Lyle's Golden Syrup is a very British ingredient and you'll use half a can on brew day. For the rest, look up a recipe for baked flapjack made with oats - you can thank me later.
Recommended yeast: Wyeast 1099 Whitbread or Safale S-04