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Rosee d'Hibiscus - Brasserie Dieu du Ciel (Can)

“Spiced strong beer with hibiscus” wasn’t the first thing that sprung to mind when reached into the fridge at ‘blog o’clock’ this evening. In fact I’d forgotten I’d bought this intriguing Canadian brew from the Quebec-based, … 151 more words


A modern classic- Langham Brewery.

Conker competitions, pop-up parties, Indian headdresses and a mash tun called Martha. This is Langham Brewery and it’s a gem.

On Saturday the 12th April I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with the Langham crew- Lesley Foulkes, James Berrow and Saulo Parreira as they got the van packed up and ready for a show the following day, got the brewery ready for a tour booking by The Outdoor Lads… 556 more words


Bermondsey beer mile

At Easter 2014, we decided to dispense with the Friday night zone 1 pub crawl formula and visit the Bermondsey Beer Mile for a Saturday afternoon brewery crawl instead. 1,179 more words


Tickets available for Craftbowl at The Celt Experience

If you fancy chowing down on a mess of craft Celtic crepes, chucking a few bowling balls down an alley at some skittles and washing it all down with a pint, then you’ll be glad to know that tickets are now available for the launch of… 254 more words


Robinson's 'Old Tom' with Chocolate (ENG)

‘What’s Easter without chocolate’? I hear you say.  ‘A religious festival free of rampant commercialism’ I reply. There’s more to Easter than preaching the gospel of tooth decay, obesity and type 2 diabetes. 153 more words


Dundee India Pale Ale (USA)

I’ve come to expect a lot from American pale ales and IPA’s and certainly wasn’t disappointed with this one from the Rochester, NY-based Dundee Brewery… 126 more words


The 2014 Grizzly Triathlon Race Report: One Extra For Good Luck!

It’s Easter weekend, so I will pound this one out fast. Lots to be done in the next 24 hours.


Coming into this race, I am happy to say I am feeling stronger than ever in all three disciplines. 1,530 more words