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Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by LarryF, May 29, 2015.
last bottle of my chocolate stout
This. Not bad for a change, as well as my Golden Stag, which is maturing nicely.
This little beauty, a 10% tripel which just makes me wish I was back in Belgium
Bank's Mild, aka Original.
I've said this before, it's not bad, but I can't wait until my first batch of homebrew in ages is ready (which is also mild, lol)
Another rather lovely Belgian, rich and fruity and very drinkable for a 8.5% beer.
Happy Friday everyone!
Celebrating the end of a long working week with a glass of my last hazy, hoppy effort, fermented with Manchester ale yeast.
Nice sweet juicy fruit aroma coming through after 4 weeks in the keg but the flavour isn't great
On my American style stout. Delighted as this is a repeat brew which has turned out just as it did last time.
Started with a pint of my first Kolsch using David Heaths recipe, it's only been in the bottle a few weeks but is tasting really good already could definitely get a taste for it.
Next up is my clone attempt of northern monks faith, really enjoying it maybe my fav beer that I have brewed so far.
What I won't be drinking tonight.
took my boy to schools Christmas fair, two goes on the bottle stall lucky dip and got this and a bottle of bloody shlouer. Thought my luck was in when I saw a woman walking away with a bottle of bailey's and a bottle of red
On holiday and enjoying a rather fine selection of red wines that we have accrued this year- opened a magnum of Dominique Laurent Marsannay 2014
This. The last time (and only time actually) I had this was on tap at the brewery and it was so much better. The noble hop flavours were so fresh and lovely compared to this bottle. Disappointing.
A quiet night in with these lads.
IMG_20191130_200052 by jjsh posted Nov 30, 2019 at 8:32 PM
Wilko Mexican cervesa pimped with light dme and dry hopped with citra from cml and I must say they are by far the best I have had from anywhere, its a great beer no twang at all no off flavours its not a world beater just a nice easy drinking beer
some of my favs there enjoy
They do two different IPAs and the one that's stronger is bloody awful. The American style one can sometimes be amazing, other times dull and dead. Just like with the Lidl beers. No idea if it's manufacturing or storage. When it's good I love it. It's like a slightly less bright version of Shipyard IPA.
Good lad. Mild is underrated even in its current form.
I've just had the very last bottle of the Doom Bar 'clone' that I put in a pressure barrel, left for months, found the barrel lid had cracked (it was new!) and reprimed and put into bottles. It was tit cold and not really much going on, then as it warmed this dank orange peel flavour started to grow and it got tons loads better. It's sod all like Doom Bar and a little resinous and I'm so glad I didn't just tip it all in the brook. 7/10.
What was that like I seen them knocking about the walled city brewery were making it
Just arrived in York for the annual Christmas pissup...
Here we go,here we go ,here we go!
Pint of Mojo in pavement vaults,
Pint withens pale,Duke of York
...off to the market cat in a bit ..
Market cat...pint..trick of the light mosaic pale by Bristol beer factory..nice
Went to Olde Swan Inn. ..big Q at the bar so left and went to Old Snickleway Inn ..pint of white rat pale .
Now in Cross Keys..wild beer co big sticklebract...
Harkers...waiting for the women folk...another pale of some description..
Just scoffed a kebabs...across the road is the house of trembling madness....in with the laydees...for cups of tea and cake and pints of....beer
Pints of goose in the Hilton...hic
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