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Butty Bach - Wye Valley

bBitter – 4.5% – Bottle

Brewer’s Description

‘Butty Bach’ is Welsh term meaning ‘little friend’. This smooth and satisfying premium ale is burnished gold in colour, and certainly has made a few friends in its time – including the judges at The Great Welsh Beer Festival, where it has been crowned ‘Beer of the Festival’ on three occasions! 74 more words

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Gluten free IPA from Greene King

My hubbie is pretty awesome sometimes! I came home from work to find this….

He’d brought me a bottle of the new Greene King gluten free IPA. 85 more words

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Wild River - Fuller's

Brewer’s Description

A pale gold beer, Wild River delivers a tempting citrus aroma that picks out grapefruit, orange peel and lemons. The flavour follows the nose, with a swirling current of spicy, zesty grapefruit notes set against a backdrop of pale malts – while pleasant hop bitterness lingers long on the palate in an intense finish. 38 more words

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Revival Brewing Co. - Cranston, RI

This weekend I got a little redemption. After a weekend were I was promised brunch foods and soundly disappointed, there was an itch to scratch. So when I found out my originally planned destination wasn’t open on Sundays, the executive decision was made to head down to Brutopia, home of Revival Brewing Co. 551 more words

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Slack Tide Brewing Company

The brewing business is booming in South Jersey, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. The state is becoming home to some of the finest craft beers in the world. 412 more words

My very own microbrewery!

A few months back, my wife and I stopped in to this brand new home brew shop that opened up in our neighborhood. Prior to entering the shop, I always thought of brewing my own beer as being some imagined fantasy. 709 more words

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Punk IPA - BrewDog

American IPA – 5.6% – Can

Brewer’s Description

Our scene-stealing flagship is an India Pale Ale that has become a byword for craft beer rebellion; synonymous with the insurgency against mass-produced, lowest common denominator beer. 108 more words

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