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Sure, no problem.
I'll make sure it doesn't happen.
It's been going on for yonks. A brewer local to me has been using an eclectic mix of hops since the early noughties. As for 'craft keg', as it's...
That's just one brewery and not indicative of the cask scene at all. There are cask focused micro-pubs opening up left, right and centre. The cask...
Amen. That's the genuinely exciting thing about the UK scene right now. Not a bunch of Shoreditch hipsters rolling out spirulina geuze.
'"The most exciting thing that is happening in the UK scene has been the UK discovering the rest the world in a real way,” he said....
Bit of a puritan. The reason I'm put off whisky is because much of the flavour is derived from the wooden cask. Hence why it tastes like chewing...
They don't always work on my smartphone but work fine on my computer. Cheers guys, I've been given a few more addresses recently.
By chance were you born in 1983? Great idea.
Kozel Cerny (Dark) is quite widely available. You should have no problem finding it in the States.
He'd be right.
Porters are not ales. Just no.
I'm in Peterborough but I may take you up on the Harp some day! I'll get the second round.
Any more for any more?
Titanic plum porter is to die for. All their beers are top notch. After spending long periods overseas that first pint of cask is never as good...
Nothing much particular, just...
1) Something fresh at a pub in Bamberg.
2) A NEIPA.
3) Fuller's 1845 on cask, should they decide to introduce it.
No worries. I've only received four addresses so far. Any more on their way?
Sorry dudes. I'm broke as [email protected]
Euston Tap is perhaps worth a visit if you have time. Quite a quirky old place with a decent, well kept selection.