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Bottled beer recommendations.

Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by mountainm, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    I'd like more info on the Gluten Free beer. Especially if it's something I can get over here. My daughter's a celiac and it's eliminated much from her diet.
     
  2. carabao

    carabao Forager

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    Here's their website http://www.stpetersbrewery.co.uk/our-beer-range/bottled-beers/
    they say they export to America, so hopefully your daughter will be supping proper ale soon.
     
  3. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Thanks for the link. I'll also look around here and see if i can find a local distributor. Currently she's been limited to cider, wine and ceratin spirits (fortunately her favorite spirit was always rum so that wasn't a problem like the ones distilled from grain would have been)
     
  4. carabao

    carabao Forager

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    We have a lot of customers at the restaurant who GF diet, so we know how hard it is to get ingredients we have problems getting oyster sauce (we run a Thai restaurant) strange fact a lot of West Coast Irish have problems with gluten
     
  5. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Yes. Soy sauce can be dificult too.
     
  6. Torak

    Torak Forager

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    Folks

    Just came across this site as a result of some suggestions on this list, great selection and lot cheaper than shop-certainly in case of beers I was looking at.
    http://www.beersofeurope.co.uk/beers
     
  7. browntrout

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    Having a couple of bottles of Schiehallion tonite, lovely stuff, its a craft brewed lager from Harviestoun Brewery
     
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    Bottle of badger fursty ferret. Nice as usual.

    I do like inns and gunn oak aged beer. But not got any in stock at the moment

    Sent from my GT-I9100 using Tapatalk 2
     
  9. RICKY RASPER

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    If I'm off on a few days wilderness tramping I always have a six pack of bottled Guinness Extra stout and sometimes a bottle of Taylor's vintage port, pricey but nicey! :1244::1244:
     
  10. Mick w.

    Mick w. Nomad

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    Aldi were banging out Jennings Cumberland ale and bitter the other day, for the princely sum of 99p a bottle!
     
  11. mousey

    mousey Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Shepherd and Neame [apparently britians oldest brewer] and two of their beers: Bishops finger and the IPA are very nice - especially out of the barrel, but good from the bottle too.

    I was going to say the duvel is avaliable in my tescos but someone already did a link thing to a tescos product page.

    Another brewer which I like is Innis and Gunn - can't remember the name of the beer, but it was very strong but still incredibly tastey.

    my third reccommendation - Marstons "old empire".
     
  12. steve75

    steve75 Tenderfoot

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    As i am from Wearside. It has to be Double Maxim. Far better than Newcastle brown ale.
     
  13. wattsy

    wattsy Native

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    Wells Waggle Dance
    Badger Golden Glory
    and my goto beer recently has been Badger Poachers Choice if you haven't had it try some
     
  14. RICKY RASPER

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    That name rang a bell, I walked Schiehallion many moons ago when I used to go munroe bagging with my uncle. I was 11 at the time and still remember that wonderful walk from the Loch Tay Youth Hostel to it's snow covered summit [ it was April 1981 ].
    I hope the beer does it's name justice!
     
  15. RICKY RASPER

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    I had the worlds most epic hangover with Newcastle brown and it put me of brown ale for life!
     
  16. Northsky

    Northsky Tenderfoot

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    Mallinsons Staduim Bitter, brewed in Huddersfield, well worth seeking out.
     
  17. Harvestman

    Harvestman Bushcrafter through and through

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    I haven't drunk any recently, but Traquair House Ale is superb.
     
  18. Elen Sentier

    Elen Sentier Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Sounds familiar, Mike, where might I have drunk it?
    behind every creative woman there's usually a very talented cat ...
     
  19. Harvestman

    Harvestman Bushcrafter through and through

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    I bought it in the beer shop in Ludlow
     
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    Innis and gunn rum finish is my new favourite I have never had anything like it. Had 2 last night.
     

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