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BrewChap Brewing Concern Citra Dry Hopped Prole Art Threat (8.3%)

Listening to The Fall while drinking a beer named after one of their songs, Ian has come up trumps again and, if this was a professionally brewed beer, I’d be buying it all the time. It’s seriously good. Originally brewed … Continue reading

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Leeds Home Brew Club Belgian Beer Competition

“Would you like to judge a Belgian Beer Competition,” asked Ian during an internet natter. “Would I?” I replied, “yeah, go on then. What date is it happening?” Sadly I couldn’t get up to Leeds for the date in question … Continue reading

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Brew By Numbers 14|03 (9.5%)

In my house Sunday night means Belgian beer. It’s just a habit, but it’s a habit I enjoy. Charcuterie, cheeses, salad and bread, and a bottle or two that usually comes from the local supermarkets, but occasionally I supplement the … Continue reading

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Beavertown Brewing Co. Uptown Monk (9.3%)

Brewed in collaboration with Brouwerij Alvinne, this is a Belgian Rye Tripel aged in White Wine barrels. And it is absolutely lovely. The beer sits in your glass a rich peachy gold with a little fizz of bubbles for a … Continue reading

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Lost & Grounded Apophenia (8.8%)

Apophenia, the tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within random data, is the name of Lost & Grounded’s Tripel, and it is a thing of beauty. Brewed with a Belgian yeast, orange peel and coriander, it’s a rich peachy gold with … Continue reading

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