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Brasserie Thiriez La Rouge Flamande (5.8%)

Blimey, this is sweet. It’s like treacle tart. A heavy malt kick that’s sticky and sugary, butter rich and thick with treacle soaked shortcrust pastry, there’s no let up in the sugary attack. You also get beaten around the head … Continue reading

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The Wild Beer CO, Modus Operandi (7%)

If you’re going to call a beer Modus Operandi you need to make sure that it’s pretty damned good. And this really is. Modus Operandi is aged for ninety days in oak and fermented with wild yeast, so I guess … Continue reading

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Brouwerij Verhaeghe Vichte Duchesse De Bourgogne (6.2%)

I’ve had this a few times now, but always in a pub and so haven’t been about to write about it. It’s one of the beers, along with Fantôme that’s teaching me the pleasures of sour beers, and I have … Continue reading

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