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For me, American versions of Dark Mild never taste right because they get their colour from dark malt. The signature flavour of most British Dark...
Sad obsessive that I am, I've some data on Newcastle Brown:
Year OG ABV
1928 1060.1 6.21
1929 1062.8 6.32
1931 1056 5.46
1931 1059.5 5.93
Caramel colouring was used in a huge number of British beers. Other than in Porter and Stout, most colour in British beers came from dark brewing...
Surprisingly, a St. Bernardus Abt. But I'll be switching to an Affligem Tripel because Dolores picked up a four-pack for 2.50.
Not always in the most convenient form, mind. We bought a bucket of beer for my wedding after party. The pub was out of bottles, so what could we...
All the communist countries I visited had freely available alcohol.
Any brewer who adds flour to make his beer cloudy is an idiot. Demonstrates what a pile of ahit this whole murky IPA trend is.
Just checked. Fourteen, I think. Probably a few more I can't remember. Not that fussed about collecting the set as I've already drunk plenty of...
Don't think it was ever aged in barrels. It's a bit too recent a beer for that. An interesting development. Though, personally, I'd have gone for...
You really need to drink it in cask format, I'm afraid.
They've brought back keg in a tiny way. 95% of their output is cask.
If you look on the second of the blogposts I linked to above, you can see a...
I totally disagree with that. It's a lovely beer in good condition. Which it mostly is. I had a pint in a random Nicholson's pub on the Strand...
Cask Tetley's Mild becomes widely available in Amsterdam.
Breweries closed for brewing Gose with all sorts of shit in it.
East India Porter is...
You write as if this is a good thing. I prefer my beer not to be full of crap.
I realise now I should have defined "large" as well as "low ABV".
Large: producing at least 500,000 US barrels (586,739 hl) a year.
Ballast Point - OK.
Evil Twin? No way.
Schlenkerla Märzen. A wonderful beer.