Beer?

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Chuffy, 4 May 2008.

  1. DP

    DP Chasse patate

    Location:
    Netherlands
    This is 55, a DIPA. Pacing myself before I hit up the 85 TIPA!
     
  2. DP

    DP Chasse patate

    Location:
    Netherlands
    #funnyforbelgium

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  3. deptfordmarmoset

    deptfordmarmoset Full time tea drinker

    Location:
    Armonmy Way
    Sorry, the TIPA was the beer I meant. The 55 is pretty good, isn't it.

    Anyhow, meet Pam, she's a Pressure Drop spring seasonal sour. It's more a Saison than a sour but a Spring seasonal Saison doesn't quite work as a description.
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  4. uphillstruggler

    uphillstruggler Veteran

    Location:
    Half way there
    2A1FA643-30D8-4B23-8D6D-509F23EBA42E.jpeg My starter last night, lovely
     
  5. albal

    albal Veteran

    Location:
    Dorset
    California dreamin. West coast IPA from cross bay brewing Co. 5.7%. Really easy going pale ale, could get through a few of these after today, that's another story. + a big mistake. Gotta get back for the football tho,.
     

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  6. deptfordmarmoset

    deptfordmarmoset Full time tea drinker

    Location:
    Armonmy Way
    The very observant will notice an ant to the left of my pint. Rather appropriately, I'm drinking Little Creatures*.
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    * I've actually seen a solitary ant on this same table before. As I'm in the Montague Arms, I've christened my drinking companion Monty. No idea where he's got to now though....

    Edit: it's ok, he's back, he was just having a little run around...
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    Last edited: 16 May 2019
  7. Spartak

    Spartak Powered by M&M's

    Location:
    Bristolian
  8. deptfordmarmoset

    deptfordmarmoset Full time tea drinker

    Location:
    Armonmy Way
    Tonight's theme is Danish beer. The one in the middle is a Pressure Drop NEIPA called Play the Dane, recommended to me by Nathan in the bottle shop. The grey and red cans around it, given the imaginative respective titles Red and Grey are DIPAs from a Cloudwater and Dry and Bitter collaboration. D&B are a Danish brewery NE of Copenhagen.
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    Skål!
     
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  9. threebikesmcginty

    threebikesmcginty Corn Fed Hick...

    Location:
    ...on the slake
    Duvel trip hop Citra (yet to see the Ltd Ed. one), lovely stuff.

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    Angry Mouse Golden Ale, super refreshing beer, zesty as per label.

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  10. Dirk

    Dirk If 6 Was 9

    Location:
    Devon's Gold Coast
    The perfect drink for this forum........

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  11. Spartak

    Spartak Powered by M&M's

    Location:
    Bristolian
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    This went down a treat after walking up Snowdon last weekend... :okay:
     
  12. NorthernDave

    NorthernDave Never used Über Member

    Badger's The Cranborne Poacher, reduced to just 90p in Sainsbury's for no apparent reason.

    Described as a rich and fruity ruby ale, which I'd agree with. Quite possibly the best bottle I've had in a good while and I can understand why it's a gold award winner.

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  13. deptfordmarmoset

    deptfordmarmoset Full time tea drinker

    Location:
    Armonmy Way
    After an Anglo-Danish night, I'm now having an Anglo-Swedish afternoon. Now at London Calling Sweden sampling a Poppels' New England Pale. There's a NEIPA on the list but it'll look the same....
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  14. Poacher

    Poacher Gravitationally challenged member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    Is that Poacher's Choice under a new name?
     
  15. NorthernDave

    NorthernDave Never used Über Member

    It could be - Poacher's Choice isn't listed on their website any more and it looks like the marketing department have been busy updating the branding across the range:
    https://www.badgerbeers.com/our-beers/cranborne-poacher/

    Regardless of that it's a cracking beer and I'll keep an eye out for it again, although at 5.7% it's not a session ale. I wish I'd emptied the shelf of it yesterday.
     
    Last edited: 19 May 2019 at 17:47
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