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Post by The Real Ravenhurst » 5 months ago

LowlifeDes wrote:
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Silly name train beers
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From M&S?
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Post by Iris » 5 months ago

Whereas my train beer (also M&S) was the no nonsense Porter, in a bottle with a Union Jack cap. Celebrate the best of Britain in Europe!
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The Real Ravenhurst wrote:
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From M&S?
Not just beer but M&S beer.
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Weekend take-home, including bike-themed beer. From an excellent bottle-shop in Clitheroe (tho it's a wine specialist with beers and not a beer shop as such).
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Post by LowlifeDes » 4 months ago

Here's one I did a little earlier, a couple of weeks ago in fact.
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It was acclimatisation training for a stag weekend in Warsaw. I cannot recommend it.
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This I can recommend......lovely clear refreshing taste......it has nearly got a Crax head as well
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Siren Undercurrent, an oatmeal pale, which is quite nice.
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On draught at Wild Beer. Soft carbonation, juicy tropical fruits, dry, earthy and very moreish. 100% Brett apparently, though I thought the farmyard notes were subtle. A hint of Orval, perhaps.
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Post by Dunckel » 4 months ago

This evening with my cheese I have bern enjoying Wayland Smithy from White Horse.
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Another not to recommend
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Post by Iris » 4 months ago

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This I can recommend......lovely clear refreshing taste......it has nearly got a Crax head as well
I'll see your IPA and raise you...
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Only 3 and a bit months later I'm finally getting around to drinking my spoils from our late summer holiday in Yorkshire. Mrs W is away tonight at the Boar's Head gaudy (which will include the best the college cellar can provide in the way of champagne, wine, port, madeira and spirits), so I'm starting early.
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Iris wrote:
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I'll see your IPA and raise you...

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Only 3 and a bit months later I'm finally getting around to drinking my spoils from our late summer holiday in Yorkshire. Mrs W is away tonight at the Boar's Head gaudy (which will include the best the college cellar can provide in the way of champagne, wine, port, madeira and spirits), so I'm starting early.
Looks lovely :-)

Have a great evening!!
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Post by Iris » 3 months ago

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Extracted by Mrs I from her gaudy last week. It's a very good basic bitter, brewed by the Shotover brewery, close to where the (probably mythical) mediaeval student thrust his copy of Aristotle into the maw of the boar that was attacking him, and so set off centuries of Christmas tradition. I get my next go in four years time, apparently.
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Post by ransos » 3 months ago

Two homebrews for Christmas

A special bitter with magnum, northdown, challenger and goldings. I had trouble with a stuck fermentation then it took weeks to clear, but is now drinking well. Not quite bitter enough to be completely true to style.

A London Porter with the same hop blend, though no dry hopping. Much more straightforward and pretty close to the Fuller's beer it's based on.
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