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

Today an Augustiner.

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Never disappoints

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Zwettler Saphir Premium Pils, Austria

Nice presentation, good marketing, but unfortunately the beer is still rather average. Not bad but not supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Nevertheless, quite refreshing.

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Excellent beer!

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Pint of Stewarts 80 shilling in Deacon Brodie’s Tavern Edinburgh - still my first port of call after 50 years - raising a glass to the old boy!

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Scrummy

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Scrummier

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Scrummiest.

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After three Deliriums: Nomen est omen :grinning:

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Stewarts Jack Back in the back room of the Oxford Bar. Refreshing citrusy Sunday arvo thirst quencher.

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Orkney Cliff Edge IPA, bronze piney and fruity slipping down well in Edinburgh Southside.

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Excellent chilled on a warm afternoon.

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Paulaner Hefe-Weißbier, Munich

Tastes quite good. Lately I’ve come to appreciate wheat beer, it’s somehow more digestible, at least for me.

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And now a real™ Budweiser from the Czech Republic. In dark. Cynics would say the colour suits my character. :wink:

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Currently on holiday in Derbyshire, where we have sampled a great many fine ales. Today was our last before moving north to Yorkshire, then Northumberland; it ended well!

Cheers,

Ian

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Very flavourful 3% bottle conditioned beer.

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Any sign of Rebus?

Nah Rankin’s put him in chokey with no bail apparently.

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Having a pint of Jump Start IPA at Ignition Brewery Taproom in Sydenham in SE London. The beer is brewed on the premises. It’s a social enterprise that trains and employs people with learning disabilities and/or neurodiversity to make and sell beer. The beer is excellent so if you find yourself in Sarf London then do drop in

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