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Cutty Sark Blended Malt - Dram 57.

#Dram 57 – Cutty Sark – Blended Malt

Growing up, I tried a lot of blended malts. Single malts were just becoming popular but I think more for ease of purchase and probably even more so, that they were marketed a lot better, blended malts were favorites amongst the middle classes. 302 more words


8 Icelandic Dishes to Try

Many people travel to Iceland for the beautiful sights and adventurous treks. However, there is a uniqueness to Icelandic cuisine that you cannot find anywhere else in the world. 1,073 more words


Malt Profile: Melanoidin

Weyermann Malting’s Malanoidin Malt offers an accentuated malt presence. The flavour of this malt has been described as biscuity with a hint of sour dough. It results in improved flavour stability, fullness and rounding of beer colour. 59 more words


Beer. Weed. Midwife remedies??...yes!

Let’s start with Beer. I remember the first time I heard this “old wives tale” of beer increasing milk supply for nursing mothers. Could it be true??? 1,272 more words

The Start Of Spring Planting

Unless you’re a farmer, what we’re about to tell you may not make a lot of sense. Not at first.

We started working the fields where we’ll plant our Dare spring malting barley. 420 more words

Rogue Farms

Review: Founder's Dirty Bastard Scottish Ale

Founder’s make good stuff. I’ve enjoyed everything by them. All made with a bit of finesse. Dirty Bastard is no exception.

This ale pours copper red, has a quickly dissipating head, and is sweet on the nose. 72 more words


Beer: Are Colour and Flavour Related?

We’ve already discussed the fact that the color of a beer isn’t always an accurate indicator of its taste, but we can make some sweeping generalizations about what we’re drinking based on looks alone: pale beers like German and American pilsners will be crisp and clean; amber beers like doppelbocks and brown ales will be caramelly and sweet; and dark, near-black beers like Guinness and other stouts will be rich and roasty.

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