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Bar grub at Red Squirrel

After driving north from the Lake District, we spent our first evening at Red Squirrel, a bar I read about that stocks over 20 varieties of craft beer and ales on draft. 427 more words

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Beer Review: Innis and Gunn Toasted Oak IPA

Ok, so I was deciding what beer I wanted to look at for doing my first review on here. I have a few local brews I have already lined up, but then tried something super unique that I wanted to talk about it a little deeper. 288 more words

Craft Beer

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Beer Review: Innis and Gunn Toasted Oak IPA

Ok, so I was deciding what beer I wanted to look at for doing my first review on here. I have a few local brews I have already lined up, but then tried something super unique that I wanted to talk about it a little deeper. 288 more words

Craft Beer

New Beer - Innis and Gunn Rare Oak Aged Pale Ale

Scotland’s favourite manufacturers of barrel aged beer, Innis and Gunn, have launched their latest seasonal offering. A pale ale aged on Scottish oak – not used in brewing since the 16th century, say the brewers – this is a 5.8% beer brewed with Super Styrian and Whitbread Golding Variety hops, and sweet gale and elderflower added for sweetness. 32 more words

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