The best part about Seeds of Wrath, too me, was its resemblance to West London craft brewery Portobello Brewing's VPA, which I had earlier this summer during a trip to London. Seeds of Wrath's crisp, lemon-fresh taste immediately transported me to the Barely Mow on Duke Street. A couple of Portobello beers, VPA and an even lighter lager, were the Barley Mow's concession to craft beer. A pint of the VPA was a fine way to start or end a London summer evening.
Most craft beer is not big on subtlety, but that's a trademark of a good English ale, and Seeds of Wrath, despite its name, is a nod to quality British under statement.