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Struise Pannepot Reserva
La Trappe Witte Trappist
First time I tasted beer, as a little kid, I thought it tasted awful. Way too bitter for my liking.
Would adding carmel colouring mean it should taste the same as Landlord? Maybe it's the power of suggestion, but they seem different to me.
Surely the beer must drown out many of the distinctive characteristics of the whiskey that was in the barrels?
I hear Harvey's is very good, but since I live in the north of England I've never tasted a drop.
The thing to remember it's that the ratings for...
Golden ale is probably one of the biggest success stories of British brewing in recent decades. Hop Back Summer Lightning is maybe the most iconic...
Depends what sort of hoppiness, I guess. I like a lager with a good dose of European hops, but the ones made with new world hop varieties taste...
No, I like them a lot
It's bitter. There's nowt more beery.
Fuller's Bengal Lancer
J W Lees Manchester Star Ale
Well, Mann's Brown Ale is black too.
And most beers described as "brown" (in this country at any rate), tend to be more like red.
Well, most people don't think beer has a shelf life at all, so it's probably more useful to tell them that it has than to let them know when it...
They're often cheaper and they don't.
Such lists are fun as long as you don't expect them to really be a list of the best beers in the world. They're just a list of nice beers you...
I live under an hour's drive away from the brewery but I have never seen this beer on sale. Other Lees beers, but not Harvest Ale.
How does it make zero sense to try to make a good tasting beer at the sort of strengths most people drink? That sounds like something that could...