Brewed for the CAMRA 'Mild in May' campaign since 2004.
The clip shows a typical English Morris dancer, who derives the name from Moorish dancing.
This type of dancing developed in the 15th Century as part of the European fashion for exotic spectacle.
With the inclusion of Maypoles, Morris dancing is particularly prevalant at Whitsuntide at the end of May. It, therefore, seemed an apt name for a May beer.
Something to dance about.
Hops used are Fuggles.