Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Chuffy, 4 May 2008.
Golden hen for me right now
Snap glass! Different content, may the Lord have mercy on our souls @DP...
Deya Dust My Broom and a Wild Beer Fruitbooter. The Deya is somewhere between a pale and an IPA, the Wild Beer is a sour with raspberry and pink peppercorns.
I got told off for buying a Delirium Tremors glass. Mrs C said it wasn't funny and shouldn't be made light of. I didn't admit I'd only bought it because it had pink elephants on and shuffled off to read what Delirium Tremors actually were.
I’d agree with you about the Lomand, it starts out ok but doesn’t go anywhere
This is nicer imo from Lidl at the moment
This is a favourite
Marstons used to brew it for Tesco, it was called revisionist rye pale ale but it was discontinued
Fast forward and Sainsbury’s now stock it as this
And I’m glad about it
I never quite got rye beers - somehow, they're always on the edge of being enjoyable but don't quite make the grade for me. I do love the colour of them, though.
At least they took the flowers out first.
I wouldn't bother with the Steamtown IPA, it reminded me of medicine, I've just poured half of it away and open up a Big Job.
There’s a lot of rye pales thatvdont make the grade, a Guinness version springs to mind but this has more going for it,
For £1.50 per bottle, it’s gotta be worth a punt
Marstons used to brew Lidl’s Amber Adder too which was a ridiculously good beer for the price but they stopped a while ago - I think one of the Kent breweries make it now and I don’t like it
Wild Beer Bruty and the Yeast. It's a refreshing brut IPA.
Enjoyed a large bottle of Morretti tonight.
Only £1:60 from Iceland ( the beer is from Italy )
Last time I had it on draught in Glasgow it was almost a fiver a pint.
First proper craft place I've found in Gent and they have BBNo on tap. Most excellent!
Is that BBNo's TDH? They had some at a local beer festival but it would have knocked me out. It's important to pace yourself.....
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