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The Friday night, what are you drinking thread... 9 years 5 months ago #139

Own brew here- Iteration 9. Nearly there, just a couple more tweaks.

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The Friday night, what are you drinking thread... 9 years 4 months ago #140

Nice glass of Tokyo for me. Yum.

Nigel

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The Friday night, what are you drinking thread... 9 years 4 months ago #141

Had a Thornbridge Raven for the second week running.
My 1st commercial sample of a Black IPA, roastier(choclatey)than I expected, but very good.

Also have a duo of Young's to tackle a "Special London Ale" and a "Double Choclate Stout", looking forward to both of these!

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The Friday night, what are you drinking thread... 9 years 3 months ago #142

Youngs double chocolate stout has real chocolate added to it,starts bitter at first but as you drink it the chocolate comes to the fore. Very much a dessert beer and also quite nice.

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The Friday night, what are you drinking thread... 9 years 3 months ago #143

Had some homebrewed Nelson Sauvin pale ale earlier. Had my doubts when I "tested" it but quite nice fter. Now some Southern Tier Oak Aged Un*Earthly - quite nice if a bit chewy.

But it leaves me wondering why Irish distibutors would rather bringing hum ho Mendocino beers rather than something decent, like ST or Stone for example - although the recent appearance of Rogue on these shores is encouraging.

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The Friday night, what are you drinking thread... 9 years 3 months ago #144

I had Rogue Hazelnut Brown and Mocha Porter on Friday and I successfully resisted the urge to blend them and make "Rogue Snickers beer" as the beers were different sizes.

(That's really the only reason; lol!)

I LOVE that malty pacman strain! High attenuation and maltiness without too much sweetness; HOW DOES IT DO IT??!?

Adam

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