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A pub isn't a real pub without either a dog or a cat.
First off, you're in the right college subject. And it is realistic to start a brewery. In five years. And I would suggest at least 7bbl is a good...
Bristol has become excellent for beer. King St has recently become the beer street - Beer Emporium (my favourite), Small Bar, Royal Navy...
Or just a link to this app - http://craftbeerlondon.bluecrowmedia.com
Highly, highly recommended.
Timmy Taylor's Golden Best?
Sam Smiths pubs do a 2.8% light mild for 70p a half.
Historically pale ale and bitter were synonyms to differentiate from mild.
In modern usage I would suggest that a bitter would be...
Biased on this but definitely worth a visit, also plenty of traditional pubs and breweries. For many you will need to hire a car though (or be...
Seconded on National Rail Enquiries. Also worth noting that some longer distance trains (such as York to London) can be much cheaper if an...
Have you contacted Thornbridge directly?
Also a Birmingham must - http://www.bathams.co.uk/pubs/the-vine-inn/
Cornwall - St. Austell Brewery
Brighton - Evening Star pub (Dark Star brewery pub)
Really?!?! Need to get down my local if they have it and buy their stock out at that price.
Not so widely available though, at least round here.
And pasteurization. And nitrogen. So not really (just) kegging.
Adnams/Stone Supremely Self-Concious Black Ale for Wetherspoons. Hunt it down and drink as much of it as you possibly can. One of the best Spoons...
The Churchill Arms is a great pub, well worth visiting.
Almost certainly will be available. The Parcel Yard at Kings Cross would be as good a place as any to find it but many Fullers pubs will have it.
It has a big Thwaites logo across the top of the front label - see http://www.thwaites.co.uk/assets/img/ee/uploads/image-330x498.jpeg
American IPAs always seem to have a tendency to sweetness particularly as they get stronger due to a misplaced idea of 'balance' which tends to...