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    Quote Originally Posted by bloater View Post
    It's drinkable, we stayed in Lichtenstein recently and a small mistake was made on our bill, so rather than the faff of a refund they gave us a couple of crates of this, which is brewed just down the road from where we stayed in Schaan.

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    Sounds like a very equitable solution. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardShark View Post
    Burnt Mill isn't that far up the road from me and whenever my shop has one of their "Fog" series of ales in stock I'll give it a try - Fog refers to the type of yeast used in the brewing process.

    Aerial Fog

    This one's worth another purchase though I'd put Citra Fog ahead by a single point with Pure Fog and Nelson Fog after Aerial.
    Big fan of Burnt Mill but havenít yet managed to snag a fog series beer. Pintle remains a firm favourite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Just to keep me going through this warm afternoon.

    Tuck in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvralan View Post
    Those Bavarians know how to brew great beer

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    They do indeed. Not everyoneís preference, but I love dropping a slice of very cold orange in mine.

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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wimm View Post
    Ta. I will do that once the current stock in the "cellar" has run dry.

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    A pleasure. Just trying to work out how I can sneak a slab mast the missus! I have a similar ďcellarĒ issue, in that Iím an inveterate beer-hoarder and have an OCD problem with buying. If I see something I like Iím compelled to buy more!

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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Iíve had a very relaxing Bank Hol today, rounded off nicely with these three belters.

    From Falmouthís Verdant Brewing Coís core range, Headband Pale Ale is a firm favourite and one I always buy if available.



    DEYA Brewing continue to go from strength-to-strength, and Mi Casa Es Tu Casa is one of the best Iíve had. In fact itís probably the best Orange Pale Ale (India or otherwise) Iíve ever had, and Iíve had a few. A straight 5 on Untappd for me. Smooth, creamy mouthfeel with zesty, juicy fruit all the way through. Wish Iíd bought more!



    And wrapping up with this Brew By Numbers + Stigbergets 55 Double IPA with Citra and Motueka hops. A strong, boozy nose, followed with a smooth but serious fruity taste. A little bit of hop-burn suggests itís good for a while yet, might be a shade more rounded-out in a few weeks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    A pleasure. Just trying to work out how I can sneak a slab mast the missus! I have a similar ďcellarĒ issue, in that Iím an inveterate beer-hoarder and have an OCD problem with buying. If I see something I like Iím compelled to buy more!
    At least watches are easier to hide than slabs of beer. Fortunately I tend not to drink much so a slab lasts a while.

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    I havenít tried this yet, but was shopping earlier and spotted this for 89p/500ml bottle in Home Bargains. Bought four bottles to try.


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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    I havenít tried this yet, but was shopping earlier and spotted this for 89p/500ml bottle in Home Bargains. Bought four bottles to try.

    Bargain! Doubt youíll be disappointed, itís an Adnams classic.

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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wimm View Post
    At least watches are easier to hide than slabs of beer. Fortunately I tend not to drink much so a slab lasts a while.

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    They were, then I bought a 6x watch box and a 10x watch box and Mrs Works has a lazer-etched memory.

    Her ability to keep track of the ales is less able to cope with strength in numbers, hence I hoard for safetyís sake :)

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    Very nice refreshing beer (or 2) to go with my BBQ!

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    Seemed appropriate given the cuisine...



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    Iím currently sitting in the lounge at Orlando airport with a Jai Alai India Pale Ale. Iíve managed a few craft beers on this trip and this is very good.


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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    It rained most of the morning today so I decided to drive over to Verdant Brewing Co in Falmouth to make the most of my investors discount. Picked up three freshies from last weeks canning, a new glass and t-shirt...







    The DIPA was wonderful and was preceded by this little number from Vocation, which I picked up in Tescoís for £1.50!




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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    It rained most of the morning today so I decided to drive over to Verdant Brewing Co in Falmouth to make the most of my investors discount. Picked up three freshies from last weeks canning, a new glass and t-shirt...


    nice glass a bit different.
    I'm winding down watching MotoGP highlights after a crap afternoon shift, a nice cold Singha is hitting the spot


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    APA not IPA



    Tastes slightly sweet and not as bitter than say brewdog punk ipa but quite refreshing very cold too

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    The holiday sessions continue...

    Bloom, Verdantís Core IPA, fresh as ever. Exactly as described on the tin!





    At just £1.50 from Tesco, a welcome return to a beer I first tried at Craftbeer Rise from Five Points + Lost & Grounded. Fantastically fruity, dry and crisply bitter finish.




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    A light, refreshing lagered pale ale from Otter, shared with my Dad. You could Session this all afternoon on a hot summerís day...





    A resiny, fruity West Coast Pale Ale from Cloudwater with balanced malt sweetness vs hop bitterness.




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    And finishing up with another Vocation beer, but a first try. Hoppy, citrusy and very smooth from the oats.




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    Day out in town with the other half

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    A new brewdog pub opened in St. Andrews here so a few hazy janes are in order


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    Been racking up some new ones over the last few days (god bless two week holidays in sunny Cornwall!).

    A new IPA - I Saw A Horse At Work - from Verdant...



    North Brewing Co, Triple Fruited Gose +Strawberry +Apricot. Delightfully fresh and fruity summer beer...





    Another local brew, Lushingtons Pale Ale from Skinners of Truro, went down a treat on a sunny summerís early eve...



    And yet more IPA from Verdant in the shape of Unlike Stars, Mosaic & Galaxy hops to the fore...



    An interloper from Yorkshire down South. Vocation Brewing from Hebden Bridgeís Life & Death IPA. Havenít had this for a while but itís a welcome return, especially at £1.50 from Tesco!





    A Belgian classic Tripel from Duvel. Iím not mad keen on the regular version, but the Citra hopped specials always deliver.


    And finally, a delightfully zesty and fresh session IPA, Sennen, again from Skinners.

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    For the East Anglians amongst us, the Chappell Beer Festival is now on (till Sat), possibly the widest range of beers outside the GBBF. Cheers, John B4

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    Just having a bite to eat in Korean restaurant



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    Shared another Skinners ale with my Dad this evening...



    Another excellent DIPA from DEYA...



    Lovely orange blossom and zestiness from this Atlantic Heligan Mandarina...


    And finishing up with one of the best U.K. IPAís money can buy, Jakehead from Wylam...


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    A couple lined up for this evening . . .



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    Great minds think alike



    The not so warm reception I received on my return home this evening gave an indication that my request to go down the pub to watch the cricket would have been grudgingly given and used as evidence against me in the future. Drinking at home is the better part of valour tonight.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Mmmm.....one of my favourites

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    Saying fare thee well to Cornwall for another summer...



    And taking a fresh haul home from the brewery...


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    Enjoying a couple of this beer tonight



    Surprisingly malty for a lightish ale. Very nice indeed.


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    Time for one more I think



    Delicious.

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    A trio of Sheep!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    Been racking up some new ones over the last few days (god bless two week holidays in sunny Cornwall!).

    A Belgian classic Tripel from Duvel. Iím not mad keen on the regular version, but the Citra hopped specials always deliver.

    My all time favourite beer. Just stocked up ready for the start of the cyclocross season!


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    Having a tea-out treat at The Wellington in Wolviston. Starting with a really tasty pint of Heartland Dark Amber.

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    An old favourite

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    A boozy day at the cricket with my son tomorrow. Spag bol and sustinence while the other half is at her evening class.

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    No Raven on at the moment, however I had a sneaky Ĺpint of itís temporary replacement straight from the cask on Sunday and there it was on tap yesterday, very nice indeed.


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    Koff...just terrible.

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    Enjoying this while watching the Arsenal v Frankfurt - so far so good

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    This evening, it being a Friday after working a whole 3.5 days it will be bourbon, not quality, but quantity. With the expectation of writing off both Saturday and Sunday.

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    2 Stiegels here and 2 Pilsner Urquells

    I'm starting to lock down Pilsner Urquell as the best beer in my estimation.

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    A couple of bottles of Greenwich Red Ale and Summit IPA.


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    A super-tart Brewdog OverWorks sour at their Canary Wharf establishment...



    And a Five Points Summer Wit at their tap takeover event at The Gun, Docklands. Also had some keg-fresh JUPA and Five Points Pils which were excellent.


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