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New styles aren't being invented though, just subdivisions of existing styles.
Hefeweizen, almost frozen cold.
Hmm, how did you abstract that?
None of the aforementioned.
I ain't not seen none yet. Very weak year round my way.
If I had twenty beers, yes. Probably because I haven't had much luck with milds this year. They've all been a bit drab. Last year though, wow....
1-5) A selection of bitters, undecided.
6) Old Chimneys Good King Henry
7) Weinhenstephaner Vitus
8) Schneider Weisse Aventinus
9) Rothaus Pils...
By chance is the reserve on the flat side? I find that's usually the case with aged impy stouts.
Abbeydale Absolution on cask. Awesome stuff.
At the pub, Landlord Pale Ale.
Oh, god yeah, the Salisbury is a gorgeous pub that serves Fullers. Throw in The Craft Beer Co. in Covent Garden and you've got yourself a cracking...
If you're visiting Leicester Square or the National Portrait Gallery you absolutely must drop in at the Harp. A cosy little nook that serves cask...
Hmm, to swallow Thornbridge's bull I might have to employ some doublethink.
Tesco round my way has done away with its 4 for £6, which is a travesty. Their stocks have dwindled slightly too. There's a bit more crafty type...
Which airport are you flying back from? Gatwick and Heathrow have some half decent pubs serving Fuller's and Dark Star.
Any ski resorts renowned for craft beer?
I've almost completely gone off Belgian beer. It's usually too sweet, too sour, too effete, or generally too gaudy for my tastes. The big hitters...
A solid British Pint glass! (he says with a heavy glottal stop, completely belied by his vast glass collection)
It's a cracker. However, after a couple of weeks in Austria (not even Germany) drinking exclusively fresh Hefes and Pilsners, I'd say there are...