I kegged this beer last night. I had to put on 3 wooly jumpers and extra thermal underwear to brave the sub-zero temperatures in my brew shed but I got it done. I'm new to kegging but love it so much compared to bottling. I force carbonated the beer and 45 minutes later I was drinking a very tasty sample. I always end up leaving my brews longer in the fermenter than I intend, so I've no issue tucking into it straight away.
Anyway, it's a really fantastic beer, I'm really pleased with how it's come out. If anyone's looking for a good hoppy English golden ale recipe I will wholeheartedly recommend this one.
I can imagine it's a really lovely beer Simon. When I saw the hops and yeast you were using, set against good English pale malt, I thought, hey, that looks really nice. Three really good late English hops. I'm beginning to contemplate a keg set up. I owe myself one, I think.