What beer are you drinking and WHY might anyone be interested?

A nice quote ale in the middle of nowhere

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Delirium Tremens Last night after dinner

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Supporting our local brewery (fantastic brewery tours too) with a crafty bottle of Hogs Back, Hop Garden Gold from a selection box that Mrs_n kindly bought for me.

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Again in the wrong glass,but just as tasty.

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Trappistes Rochefort - Triple with Chalice

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Great brewery. Never a bad beer.

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Enjoying a day off today and spent the morning in glorious sunshine, climbing a local hill. Headed down to the beach late this afternoon, only to get caught in the rain; luckily, the pub is close by!

Cheers,

Ian

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This is not good news

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Lacon’s Encore - lovely zesty amber ale. On a more positive note an iconic Norfolk brewing name (only pub mirrors and stained glass windows remain) brought back from Death by Watneys in the 60/70s.

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agreed, fingers crossed that Adnams doesn’t disappear, such an old company.

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Locally the news via interview with Andy Wood (CEO) is rather more about funding expansion. As long as frigging Greene King don’t grab a slice.

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That’s good to hear

no that really isn’t… i did not know that, sad time maybe coming.

Tiger from Singapore. But the real stuff, brought back from a recent trip. Not the variety brewed here by watneys or similar. Nectar.

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The Suffolk coast’s best bitter by a country mile… beautiful, beautiful taste

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In my opinion they have lost their way somewhat… they have diversified too much away from brewing and possibly lost sight of their roots a little. Some of their local much smaller competitor brewers are doing ok

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Just reward for a long and very muddy riverside walk - a pint of creamy Adnams Old (with spring flower bouquet!).

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Ooh one of my faves… enjoy

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In Baden, cheers to all.

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  1. Triple Karmeliet
  2. 3 Fonteinen Cuvée Armand & Gaston

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