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BrewChap Brewing Concern Psychotic Reactions (8%)

This isn’t really a review. The reason that it isn’t a review is that I designed this beer and Ian brewed it. It’s the next instalment in an ongoing CAMRGB/BrewChap thing. Psychotic Reactions is a Chilli Double Black IPA, and … Continue reading

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Wold Top Brewery Landmark (4.2%)

Brewed using locally grown and malted Barley and a combination of British and European hops, Wold Top’s Lager is worth looking out for. It begins with a soft runny honey and garden flower aroma and pouring a sunny straw colour … Continue reading

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Solvay Society: Belgian Inspired Beer From London

Minimise (3.2%) is a Table Saison, and it’s far better than I was anticipating.
In fact it’s really rather good.
A sticky caramel and brown sugar, wholemeal bread and honey malt body gives that beer plenty pf backbone, while German hops provide … Continue reading

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Thornbridge Brewery Shelby (5%)

The official beer of the “Peaky Blinders” television series, Shelby is a decent little IPA. Though more Pale Ale than India Pale Ale, it is reportedly brewed to reflect the beers of the inter-war period that the TV show is … Continue reading

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BrewChap Brewing Concern The Revolution Is Just A T-Shirt Away (8.5%)

Until very recently I’d not even heard of a Braggot. A few days ago I had one and didn’t like it at all. It was far too sugary sweet. But this one, brewed by the Beery Wizard that is Ian … Continue reading

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