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Waitrose Sunset (5%)

Waitrose are adding to their range of own label beer and this is the first of the new ones that I’ve found. sadly, unlike their wheat beer, this is very disappointing. Brewed by Marstons, it’s one of those beers that … Continue reading

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Roscoe’s Hop House American India Pale Ale (6.3%)

I don’t think much of this at all. The aroma is nice, full as it is of pine needles and red fruit, and the beer is a rather fetching copper in my glass. The malting is alright too, it’s sticky … Continue reading

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Bad Seed Brewery Rhubarb Ginger Sour (5.9%)

This isn’t just one of the best beers that I’ve had this year, it’s one of the best beers period. And I realise what a bold statement that is, but Bad Seed’s Rhubarb Ginger Sour is beautifully balanced and absolutely … Continue reading

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Brouwerij The Musketeers Troubadour Magma (9%)

I don’t often review Belgian beer as generally so much has already been written about them, but I have to say something about this. I bought it because I was told by David Martin (@rdgmartin)  that it is one of Chris Hall’s … Continue reading

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Hammerton Brewery Pentonville Oyster Stout (5.3%)

Pentonville Oyster Stout, brewed with “Real Oysters” – as opposed to fake oysters? – is a rather good little bottle of beer. The aroma is chocolate and honey, and maybe psychosomatically, the sea side. The malting is full of biscuits … Continue reading

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