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Craft Beer
« on: February 23, 2021, 21:18 »
Hi all, just thought I'd share some of my fave beers with you. Hopefully someone else on the forum has some appreciation for craft beer  ;)

First up three of my favourites (I had difficulty narrowing this down to three):

#1 Lemon Sherbert sour (it makes you have a face like you've eaten a very strong pickled onion whole)
https://www.vocationbrewery.com/collections/core/products/double-sherbet-7-0-lemon-sour-ipa-440ml

#2 Sweet temptaion Chocolate caramel stout (it tastes like liquidised choc caramel + it's a nice percentage) Brew York are also a good brewery (there are quite a few good ones in the UK, Verdant in Falmouth Cornwall is also supposed to be very nice, although I haven't sampled them yet.
https://www.vocationbrewery.com/collections/core/products/sweet-temptation-br-6-br

#3 15 mile round trip (consistently good and available in most tesco stores)
https://www.vocationbrewery.com/collections/core/products/15-mile-round-trip

Does anyone else have any favourite beers, stouts or IPAs?

As you can probably tell Vocation are my fave brewery at the moment, cloudwater, thornbridge and brewdog are also really good.
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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2021, 21:30 »
My local brewer is Ringwood Brewery. Their "FourtyNiner" is lovely. "Old Thumper" is stronger and great. Come to think of it I've never had a bad pint from there.

I went on the brewery trip once and my wife rolled me home.

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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2021, 21:47 »
https://thegarden.hr/brewery/about-us/
The owners are actually Brits, and they spit on the fact that they can't easily export the goods to their home country anymore.

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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2021, 22:30 »
I wouldn't waste spit on Brexit.  Lies sold to the stupid.

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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #4 on: February 23, 2021, 23:04 »
My local brewer is Ringwood Brewery. Their "FourtyNiner" is lovely. "Old Thumper" is stronger and great. Come to think of it I've never had a bad pint from there.

I went on the brewery trip once and my wife rolled me home.

Nice, I've not tried those, given the time period I am guessing they are the older styles of beers/ales? I've drunk a lot of marstons "pedigree" during the titan years! Nice beer. Some of the new strains of hops etc are giving way to some really intricate tastes.

Hehe, I can fully respect that. My missus had to pick me up from the porch floor once on a similar journey, she rocks 8) I've still yet to inspire her to join freon...
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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #5 on: February 23, 2021, 23:11 »
I knew a really nice couple from the Isle of Wight who played UT together on the server. Not that I was jealous as hell or anything...

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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #6 on: February 23, 2021, 23:50 »
 :)) She can only use a controller, not sure if UT2004 ever had controller support? Think gavgor mentioned it years back...

Nice shout annihilator, the citrus ipa is definitely up my street  ;D
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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #7 on: March 07, 2021, 17:47 »
https://stackbrewing.ca/

They're pretty good. I think Impact is my favourite from them.

Unless I'm out somewhere I just grab a case of Belgian Moon for when I'm kicking about at home.
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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #8 on: March 09, 2021, 19:46 »
I drink porter's only and when I'm lucky to find it in France, this mexican one : https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/11174/98961/

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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #9 on: March 10, 2021, 06:42 »
It is not a craft beer, but it is very tasty https://www.loscervecistas.es/cervezas/cerveza-maestra-de-mahou/

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Re: Craft Beer
« Reply #10 on: April 01, 2021, 17:54 »
https://stackbrewing.ca/

They're pretty good. I think Impact is my favourite from them.

Unless I'm out somewhere I just grab a case of Belgian Moon for when I'm kicking about at home.
Nice, I've not tried those. Kind of into sours at the moment, although black ipas are quite nice - kind of a cross between stout and ale. I'll try and keep a lookout for those - there is a shop in my town that gets in loads of different beverages from all over the world :)

I drink porter's only and when I'm lucky to find it in France, this mexican one : https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/11174/98961/

I've only tried one porter, that was from brewdog. My Portugese friend gave me some; they were quite nice.

It is not a craft beer, but it is very tasty https://www.loscervecistas.es/cervezas/cerveza-maestra-de-mahou/

Mmm, that sounds quite nice dude, liquorice and chocolatey :)

Thanks for the suggestions I'll try and keep my eyes peeled for these, or just order some online :D
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