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The Sawyers Arms

Coming out from Paddington station you will end up in the lively London Street where, among international restaurants and a few fast-food chains, the Sawyers Arms, with its green wooden façade and customers cheerfully drinking on the tables along the sidewalk, really invites you to go in. 253 more words


The extent to which young wines has disrupted our minds as much as our economy.

Champagne Lanson kick-starts the Summer Season with Chestertons Polo in the Park, which runs from 5th–7th June. We will be creating our largest ever “Champagne Garden” at Hurlingham Park, overlooking the field of play so you will be perfectly positioned to watch the thrills and spills whilst enjoying a glass of Lanson. 547 more words


Beverage Boy is a true collectors service, quintessentially luxe with more choice & more flexibility.

Shedding light on the power of wine & spirits, to create stardom from the unknown.

★ ★ ★ Fonteny, Gevrey-Chambertin, 90 score, £52.25. Forceful, oaky nose, chewy, dense & assertive; with grip rather than finesse. 525 more words


Beer weekend ~ we must always come back to what is normal ~ to stop being permanently at work.

Beers ~ malt Brewing starts with barley. The starches in barley cannot be fermented, so they must be converted into a fermentable form, by malting. The grains of barley are soaked in water and allowed to germinate. 495 more words


A look at some tastey stouts




Beers 24 & 25 - Pale Ale comparison

Brewer: Victory       Craft: Headwaters Pale Ale       ABV: 5.1%

Today I decided to drink a couple pale ales and figured I should compare them.  Because, you know, why not?  278 more words


Beer 23 of Spring - Outlaw

Brewer: Two Brothers       Craft: Outlaw       ABV: 6.3%

Warning.  Warning.  This is not a gateway IPA.  This here Outlaw is a hop lover’s craft.  The aroma is sweet.  153 more words