Tag Archives: Best Bitter

What Anspach & Hobday Did Next

I’ve long been a fan of Anspach & Hobday and their beer, and so when I heard that following a recent and very successful Crowdfunding exercise, they had begun to put their beer into cans, I just had to get … Continue reading

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East London Brewery M (8.5%)

M is a Strong Ale and ELB’s 1,000th Brew. So first off I’d like to congratulate them. However, more often than not I’ve been disappointed with their beer, and so it was with trepidation that I opened this little bottle. … Continue reading

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Bottle Up & Go: Yeovil Ales

Yeovil Ales have for some time now been building their reputation and winning awards in their native Somerset and across the south west. They have recently built their own in-house bottling line and starting bottling their core range. I thought … Continue reading

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BrewChap Brewing Concern The Bushes Scream While My Daddy Prunes (5.4%)

Named after a Very Things song, BrewChap’s Best Bitter is twiggy and comforting. It’s a straight ahead, old fashioned Bitter and it does everything you could ask for, and does it well. The malting is digestive biscuits and honey, a … Continue reading

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Magic Rock Brewing Co. Things You Can’t Unsee (4.4%)

Brewed in collaboration with North Brewing Co., this is a, “modern Yorkshire Bitter,” and a very pleasant experience. Things You Can’t Unsee pours a light amber with a little fuzzy head and smells of toffee apples and passion fruit. The … Continue reading

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