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Brinkburn St Brewery Byker Hill Bitter (4.2%)

Brinkburn’s easy drinking Bitter is alright, if nothing to get overly excited about. It does all the things you’d want from a Bitter, it just doesn’t do anything more than that. There’s a malty biscuit and caramel body, some brown … Continue reading

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Lighting Up The Past: The Lantern Tankard

At one point in time The Lantern Tankard, a ten panelled, handled pint glass was so popular that it became the star of the Brewers’ Society promotional campaigns, but in recent years we have gotten so used to many and … Continue reading

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Elusive Brewing Creature Of Havoc (4.6%)

This cherrywood smoked ESB has been brewed in collaboration with Torrside Brewing and it’s really rather good. In essence this is a straightforward ESB, the traditional yeast strain and Bramling Cross hops working together to create a soft round peach … Continue reading

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Fallen Brewing Anzac Biscuit Ale (6.2%)

Brewed in collaboration with The Bow Bar and Elixir Brewing, this beer is brewed as a tribute to the Anzacs – The Australian And New Zealand Army Corps – who suffered heavy losses during the First World War. Biscuits baked … Continue reading

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Brick Brewery US Brown (5.5%)

This is a very easy drinking beer and the style, when brewed in the UK always makes me smile. You see I always think of a US Brown Ale as being an American take on the very British Best Bitter … Continue reading

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