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Hillside Brewery Legless Cow (4.2%)

Sometimes only a well made Best Bitter will do, with its satisfying nutty toffee richness. Legless Cow pours a conker red with a good creamy head and smells of peanut brittle and plums. This is, unsurprisingly, a malt heavy beer … Continue reading

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BrewChap: Home Brewed Adventures In Tweed

A few weeks ago I wrote an article on this year’s International Rainbow Project. I was less than enamoured with it and said so. Shortly afterwards I was contacted by BrewChap, the brewing nom de plume of one Ian Cheeseright, … Continue reading

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Monty’s Brewery Best Offa (4%)

The official beer of the Offa’s Dyke Path is a decent enough Golden Ale that pours a bright gold and smells of hay bales, bran and honey. And that’s pretty much where the flavours start and end. This is a … Continue reading

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Brewsmith Beer Anvil Ale (4.5%)

This is a “Brown Hoppy Bitter”. The aroma isn’t too inspiring, just a slightly damp caramel and orchard fruits mist, but don’t be put off by it, as once you take a swig you’ll find that Anvil Ale is a … Continue reading

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Charnwood Brewery Old School (5%)

Described as a Winter Warmer, what this shouts to me is Best Bitter. And I love a good Best Bitter. Charnwood’s Old School pours a rich conker red and smells of garden flowers and stone fruits. There’s a big round … Continue reading

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