Monthly Archives: September 2011

Brodies Third Birthday Beer Festival

The Brodies Brewery opened in East London just as I was moving out but that hasn’t stopped me making the hour long journey down from Bedfordshire on a regular basis. Jamie and Lizzie Brodie took over the King William IV … Continue reading

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St Peter’s and the Jerusalem Tavern

Just a quick word up, as they say in Bracknell, for St Peter’s.  I’d had the Organic Pale Ale before (they sell it in Sainsbury’s, and it’s in a lovely oval-shaped bottle), so imagine my joy when I find myself … Continue reading

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Four Of The Best From Fyne Ales

I discovered the beers being produced by Fyne Ales after a friend and fellow blogger spent a week in Scotland and came back telling tall tales of wonderful beers in fabulous locations. Fyne Ales were set up in 2001 and … Continue reading

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Pretty Things Jack D’Or (6.4%)

WARNING: This review might include lots of CAPITAL letters, bold words and tears of joy. Drinking Pretty Things beer is like drinking MAGIC. This Saison Americaine is mind bogglingly beautiful. How on earth do I begin to write about it. … Continue reading

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Ridgeway Bad King John (6%)

Yet another beer from Sainsbury’s so-far-so-good-except-Full-Bore Great British Beer Hunt. I have to say I’m continuing to be impressed by the width of the range that this supermarket giant has put on its shelves. So, the beer. Bad King John is … Continue reading

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