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I realise that the competition wasn’t really very stiff this year, but this is my favourite of 2012’s Great British Beer Hunt selection. I like the deep amber colour and I like the peach juice and pine forest aroma. I … Continue reading
The last time I had this beer was way before this whole CAMRGB thing, way before I even thought about writing about beer. I liked it back then. And I like it still. It pours the deepest polished sideboard red … Continue reading
Have you ever tried a Scots Pine Ale? This is my first and it definitely won’t be my last. Brewed with barley malt and sprigs of Scots Pine and Spruce, the beer looks like what it is. Dark red woody … Continue reading
Perhaps it’s the wrong time of year for this, but this beer has been sitting around waiting to be tried for ages, so I thought I’d get done with it. Birds & Bees is very light and crisp. The Nelson’s … Continue reading