Sherryff Garrett

STYLE: American strong ale

Billy the Kid, an outlaw with a bounty of 50,000 HRK on his head, became a legend of the Wild West after killing two guards in prison and pulling off a reckless escape. 

 The hunt after him turned into a real Western circus, only this time with ordinary people, outlaws, and the sheriff’s men taking part: everyone wanted a slice of that sweet bounty. 

But Billy wanted to get out of the game, to find shelter, and to be forgotten in the Wild West. He made an unforeseen move, hiding where no one would expect it: in his own home. To make the world believe that Billy the Kid was dead, he led a secret life in his town. At night, he mingled effortlessly with the common people on the streets and in saloons, while during the day he remained a shadow, hidden in his very own house. People started telling stories of Billy as a ghost from the past.

One evening, however, while wandering through the town, he decided to take a bold and reckless step: he broke into the sheriff’s house, thinking it was vacant. Yet just as he had made himself comfortable in his new hideaway, a knock came on the door. It was Pat Garrett standing on the porch. “Here we are again, Billy”, Pat said with a smile. “Only one gets out alive.”

Caught off guard, Billy reached for his gun, only to realize that he didn’t have it with him. The sheriff laughed, took advantage of the opportunity, and pointed the gun at Billy. And so the tale of Billy the Kid came to an end and the Wild West ended up being left without its most famous outlaw.

Billy the Kid, whose real name was William H. Bonney, was born in New York around November 23, 1859. When he was killed on July 14, 1881, he was approximately 21 years old. His death occurred in Fort Sumner, New Mexico, where he was shot by Sheriff Pat Garrett. Billy the Kid became one of the most notorious outlaws of the Wild West and after his death a partly factual, partly fictional story about him remained, a legend that lived on for many years afterwards.

Main Aromas

Caramel, dried fruits, smoky-like, toffee