Discussion in 'Europe' started by CwrwAmByth, Nov 10, 2012.
Westy blonde, excellent stuff, cheers ruds!
And Elliot Brew whilst contacting every American I know who's gone home for Christmas, and begging them to bring me back US craft beer.
The begging is worth it when you get promised Black Butte
Got a bottle of Macadame in the outhouse, will dig that out at some point - probably save for a tasting!
Rounding off an excellent afternoon/evenings tasting event with Old Chimneys Good King Henry Special Reserve 2010 Vintage.
If you're after the Black Jack porter at some point, don't bother. It's as piss weak as it was before. Possibly even worse after the aging.
I've recently gone off beer in favour of whisky, but there are a few bottles in my fridge I should probably drink tonight. Raging Bitch, for example, and Les Rulles' triple.
Then again I might just stick with the Glenmorangie/Lagavulin.
Innis & Gunn 4 bottles of Independence Day 2012 big tastes of the Islay barrels it was aged in
at £3.85 from B&M's why not have both lol.
Bolstered the beer of NYE with some Barnsley Shut Thi Gob
well as a northerner can't have a big night in without sum broon
Pints of Black Cab Stout, Bengal Lancer IPA, and St. Austell Tribute, while waiting for the train.
Marquis would be proud.
Depends how well kept they were and I reckon London prices would finish him off !!!
£3.90 a pint wasn't great but The Mad Bishop and Bear is pretty good with cellaring. Always a few degrees above fridge temperature, so good for the pale ales. They get a lot of custom so it's always fresh too. Though if you want something else they have Fullers limited releases in bottle format, but £7.50 a pop for Brewers Reserve #4 and £5.50 for Vintage Ales really makes http://store.fullers.co.uk/Store/Category/35/Product/BOMCVA01PK.aspx and http://store.fullers.co.uk/Store/Category/35/Product/BOMCSR01PK.aspx into real bargains.
£5.50 is the going rate for an '09 to '12 vintage in the brewery shop, £6 to £7.50 for the older vintages and the latter for the Brewers Res so they aren't bad prices for a pub tbh, certainly better vfm than £3.90 a pop at the standard 4% cask offerings!
That's why I reckoned £32 for 12 would be useful for trading to non-UK people!
Time for a beverage for Bevis Little Valley Ale's
Stoodley Stout to kick off NYE
£2.10 for a 500ml organic bottle conditioned full roast taste bud humping stout WaHey!
Barnsley Beer is Rubbish?
Shut Thi Gob lol!
Having you as a friend on facebook and here is giving me deja vu
But yeah, ushering in the new year with Mein Blondes, Mein Grunes and Meine Hopfenweisse, aka Tap 1, 4, 5
sounds good Happy New Year to you and Jazzy and anyone else that turns up tonight
Just to make you all jealous
The Highlight of tonight Catso
thank you Urbain Coutteau
for your fantastic brewery
Really Really good beer
almost as good as my Hercule Stout
Actually i'm jealous of your catso. I love saisons and I love Struise, so perfect fit really
then on Facebook I will introduce you to one of the brother brewers
did that work?
I don't think so, no notifications at least lol
Is that better?
and why you never use the reply? Is my rep that bad rofl!
poured into the glass my friend Melanie from upstate NY got me
Sorry this better?
not shown my face?
Come on JJ join us fer a drink
Durham Bombay 106 IPA. Our lass sez I have to start drinking all these beers I've accumulated as they're taking over the place.
A Two Roses single hop pale ale of some sort up next.
Thornbridge St. Petersburg!
How I have waited for this moment
He's probably busy being sociable, it's disgusting.
Is there some sort of trick to pouring in weizen glasses? Some beers are too lively
Oh my god it's the most refreshing thing ever though... I want more!
These people with their "real" lives lmao
I know right. Give me sitting alone in my flat drinking any day of the week.
I may have nothing
it is my nothing!
Yes, there absolutely is. This works wonders (once you get the hang of it):
Cheers! My tap 1 went all flat because of the massive amount of head
Happy New Year from the undesirables of Ba
The St. Peters was FannyTastic
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