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Westerham Brewery Dragons Shadow (4.5%)

This is Westerham’s Coffee Stout and it’s really very drinkable. It pours an inky black with a frothy cappuccino head and smells of coffee and chocolate. And that’s where the main body of the beer starts. Lots of rich and … Continue reading

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How Do I Love Thee, Let Me Count The Ways*

Named, I would guess, after Elizabeth Barrett Browning, a Victorian Poet from County Durham, Sonnet 43 or S43 (as they call themselves on their cans) seem to have appeared from nowhere with a clutch of brews that caught my eye … Continue reading

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Partizan Brewing Co. White Noise (4.3%)

Brewed with Vague and Pilgrim, this White IPA is soft and creamy with a fuzzy white head and a pale straw coloured body. The aroma is melon and strawberry and the beer gives you a body that’s round, creamy and … Continue reading

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BrewChap Brewing Concern Norwegian Leather Exports (5.6%)

BrewChap has created an American style Brown Ale that looks and feels smooth and, well, leathery. I’ve been sent two versions to compare and contrast and this the, “CAMRA Approved,” bottle pours with a big fluffy head and a smell … Continue reading

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BrewChap Brewing Concern Seven Seas Of Rye (7.7%)

A month or two ago I was chatting with Ian BrewChap and he asked if I’d like to invent a beer for him to brew. I’ve never been particularly interested in the practical side of brewing beer, but coming up … Continue reading

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