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Discussion in 'Europe' started by CwrwAmByth, Nov 10, 2012.
Genius. Sums it up and filmed in one take too. Just waiting for a Hendos conditioned beer now.
Brigand tripel and Brigand cheese. Beer's nice, cheese is a bit meh.
Monday night and you're still on the wagon. Gotta like it.
Need to warm up for Saturday
A San Miguel Fresca (yeah, I know, but it was the last one!) and a Newcastle Summer Ale (also shit).
It's OK, I've just cracked a Black Isle Hibernator Oatmeal stout to atone....
I agree. Last time I had one in reminded me of carbonated rotting brussel sprouts. Gross.
How is it? I tried it before and it wasn't great, but I might have had a bad bottle.
Yeah, I noticed your review didn't praise it too highly. I thought it was pretty good, though not amazing. Could be more intensely flavoured given the strength. That said, I've kept this bottle for the best part of a year.....
Verdict: give it another chance
Hawkshead Brodie's Prime and Cumbrian five hops were swiftly dispatched earlier today at a 'spoons as I was waiting for a train. Both thoroughly recommended.
London Glory. S'OK....
I got it for £1 a pop and it was almost worth it
Hog's Back Majest.e.a. - picked up cheap last week. A jubilee brew; tastes a bit meh....
Harbour Pale No. 5 Citra (cask) possibly the best beer in town yesterday.
Yakima Red from Meantime. Very watery, thin. Some nice clear hop notes, but they aren't backed up by any complexity. It's crying out for some fruit I think.
Was in town earlier and had a swift half of Phin & Matt's Extraordinary ale (Southern Tier). Rather nice, even at £3.
Currently on Acorn's Barnsley Gold. Tasty....
Hawkshead Red on cask. Was ok.
In town again earlier. Had a half of Moor's Raw (superb) and a half of Proper Job (not bad).
Now on a bottle of Bank's Fine Fettle.
Cherry Tango, oh yeah. Doing essay writing so I need my wits about me. I'm onto dissertation level word count though, so I really feel like I need a proper drink...
Mix it with Guinness.....
Just opened a Left Hand Black Jack Porter.
Broke down in confusion, opened a Hoepfner Export, not too bad!
Cracking open a bottle of Slater's Top Totty whilst snacking on a Gregg's Sausage Roll
will probably mean me being banned from the Strangers bar
Keltek's Golden Lance, crisp easy drinking with a deft bitter kick
and all for 99p
Dads home brewed dubbel tonight, good to be home!
sounds like Bliss, send me some in a taxi
Badger's Blandford Flyer
for a spicy ginger infusion it should be type faced BLANDford Flyer
Adnams Broadside, blimey, keep forgetting how strong the bottled version is
William Bros' Prodigal Sun and now I&G Highland Cask.....
Sorry to break it to you, but he used Carlsberg yeast...
Somewhere a Belgian monk is rolling in his grave.....
Just cracked a big Punk IPA - oh yeah!
noticed a review on here that compared it less favourably with budvar
but this stuff is better
He should have used Danish Bacon instead of yeast
But its the original lager yeast. Apparently it was the first one to be singled out in a lab. Or something like that.
They mentioned it on Q.I. recently, they took it around the world
and is the true source of the Carlsberg fortune but they refuse to sell it to the Germans.
Haha cool, I heard mr. carlsberg never patented it though!
ALso, may the 4th be will y'all
Two lovely pints of Highland Dark Munro yesterday. I only intended having one. The sign of a great beer.
Wife and dog away for the weekend. Hitting the London's Brewing fest with the lads.
This is what the afters will partially consist of.
Brewdog Punk IPA x 3
Blaugies/Hill Farmstead La Vermontoise x 2
Fantôme Tripel Gourmet
Lovibonds Sour Grapes
Fantôme Printemps 2013
Kernel Galaxy PA
Kernel Citra Simcoe Ahtanum PA
Buxton Axe Edge
Thornbridge Bracia (2010 edition....I think)
Buxton Wild Boar
The citra simco ahtanum is brilliant
Yeah it's definitely one of the better recent ones. Citra and Simcoe continues to be a winning combination.