Tag Archives: Greene King

Greene King: Insurgency Over The Front Line?

A few weeks ago I wrote a piece about my local pub, complaining about its beer and talking about my general malaise brought on by all things Greene King. Shortly afterwards I was approached by the brewery. They wanted to … Continue reading

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Greene King Strong Suffolk Vintage Ale (6%)

Finally a Greene King beer that I can honestly say tastes different to the rest. The signature green and boring hop notes are there, but the malting is nice and thick. Full of creamy toffee and black pepper, it coats … Continue reading

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Greene King Abbot Reserve (6.5%)

Labelled, “Brewed longer for superior quality”, there’s very little difference to any other Greene King beer that I can make out. Yes, the malting is slightly bigger, a little more caramel than, say their IPA, and the hopping feels a … Continue reading

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The Greyhound & Greene King, Slayer of Beer

I live in a small and rather attractive village in south Leicestershire. Being a middle aged man with a young family, and having only lived here a few years, I don’t go out very much. But I have a friend … Continue reading

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