Tag Archives: Best Bitter

Signature Brew Progressive (4.8%)

Progressive is a rather easy drinking beer with lots of interesting things to keep your interest, but I’m not sure it’s a Bitter, modern or not. It’s more of a Pale Ale, a good Pale Ale, but a Pale Ale … Continue reading

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Yellowbelly Beer G’Way (6.7%)

Well now, this is a big malty thing. I don’t know about an IPA, G’Way is far more like some weird alcohol fuelled muscular Best Bitter, pouring as it does a dark orange and smelling of caramel and apricots. Taking … Continue reading

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Redemption Brewing Co. Hopspur (4.5%)

Redemption’s Amber Ale is a solid malt bodied delight. Packed with biscuits, toffee and a little treacle tart, the beer pours a bright amber with a little creamy head and smells of orchard fruit and caramel. As well as the … Continue reading

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Fuller’s & Friends: A Little Box Of Delights

When I heard that Fuller’s were brewing collaborative beer with Cloudwater, Moor, Fourpure, Hardknott, Thornbridge and Marble I got rather excited. For some time Fuller’s have been my very favourite of the UK’s big breweries, their London Porter, Bengal Lancer … Continue reading

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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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