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Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by mountainm, Jan 10, 2013.
Poachers choice. Badger beers. Very very good.
Liquorice and Damson are the funny flavour...I am very tempted to try to brew something similar
Yet surprisingly it works. Reminds me a little of a good gravy for some reason, or maybe cumberland sauce.
Its a superb beer I agree....I do like Badgers experinetal brews
Alas no more than 1 bottle of Cooper's Sparkling Ale in the last 24 hours. That was good though and is probably one of the only Aussie beers worth drinking.
Tonight's lineup. Already tried the Young's, which is a nice way to finish a few.
Ahhh, Dorothy Goodbody....
Last night along witha few bottles of Amstel down the staff bar I was drinking Batemans Combined Harvest.
very nice it was too!
Woodfordes wherry, woodfordes Nelsons revenge and sundew.
Wolf brewery, straw dog and old jackal
Humpty Dumpty brewery, only tried little sharpie but they have loads on offer. Support your local breweries instead of the ones who make fancy bottles that look good in the supermarket.
Hunt down some Williams brothers beers from their brewery in Alloa, Scotland. My current favourite-Seven Giraffes and Cock of the North.
Poachers Choice and Golden Glory seem to be missing
They're in the bottle bin
I would have started there too
Blandford Flyer and Tanglefoot next for me
The wife got me some at christmas.......it was called ' shut thi gob'.Im not a drinker so it blew my head off
Very nice traditional ale.
Lidl have bottled stout atm fo £1 a bottle - it's called Irish double stout. It's 500ml sizes and 3.8% vol with a really nice flavour.
It's very simular to guiness original but 'ligther' in body, but still teaming with simple but nice dark flavours!
I don't drink fruity or blonde beers as they aren't my thing at all, so the dark ashey ones always get my vote.
Black Sheep Brewery - Rigwelter
I highly recommend Summer Lightning. It even has a Green Man type picture on the front...morrisons usually do it...
I'm currently enjoying Conkerwood - dark and hoppy
Beer by British Red, on Flickr
I'm normally a bitter man but I've got a powerful liking for Wifebeatre Appel Cidre.