Cool as a Cucumber – beers from the fridge

Cool as a Cucumber – beers from the fridge

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Jul 24, 2013
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With no apparent end in sight to ‘HeatWave2013: The Summer of Vengeance’* these sultry, sticky times call for increasingly desperate measures. One of the straws that major lager companies cling to is that their fizz has the power to refresh, something we can all appreciate in weather like this. But, whether you partake of their […]

The best IPA in Britain

The best IPA in Britain

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Apr 23, 2013
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This is, in truth, a post I’ve wanted to write for a long while. A list – my list – of the best IPA’s in Britain. The problem is, every time I sit down and riffle through the selection of names, there are more to consider. Another one arrives seemingly every week. The demand for […]

Binge drinking, crafted

Binge drinking, crafted

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Mar 13, 2013
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Sooner or later, every beer fan will fall into the situation I found myself in last Thursday at Islington’s Craft Beer Company. I say fall – more likely they will meticulously plan to be there rather than stumble across it, but sometimes these things do come around purely by chance. I’m talking, of course, about […]

BeerCast #71 – Hidden Meanings

BeerCast #71 – Hidden Meanings

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Aug 13, 2012
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BeerCast #71 – Hidden Meanings. Podcast time again, and our panel of three take on four beers that have unusual reasons behind the name. Richard, Shovels and Grooben debate various highbrow literary references, and the Oscar-winning films of Clint Eastwood…

1. Thornbridge Kill Your Darlings (5.0%)
2. York Brewery Micklegate (6.1%)
3. Stewart Brewing Radical Road (6.4%)
4. Tempest Unforgiven (5.4%)

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Lagerboy Speaks – Thornbridge Kill Your Darlings

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May 9, 2012
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Lagerboy hasn’t had a run-out for a while, but as the days are starting to lengthen and the rain that plunges from the grey Scottish clouds becomes a tad warmer – it’s time to stop chewing those noble hop pellets and get with the liquid. The first tempter to pass his cage hails from the […]

Best new beers of 2011…Thornbridge Evenlode

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Dec 13, 2011
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Yesterday we announced the first of our pick of the best British beers launched in 2011 – Sharp’s Monsieur Rock (5.2%). Today we bring you our second (these are roughly in order of release). A beer we tasted at FyneFest in early June – but not from Argyll’s champion brewer – it was merely a […]

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