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Tasting Notes: Brewdog: Hello My Name Is Little Ingrid

Brewdog: Hello My Name Is Little Ingrid (Scotland: Session IPA: 4.4% ABV)

Visual: Browned gold. Moderate off white head. Clear body with some carbonation.

Nose: Musty hops. 422 more words

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A deluge of new beers: BrewDog, Evil Twin, Stillwater Artisanal, and more

When beer news rains, it pours: today, we’re pleased to tell you that a dozen or so breweries will be added to our market . 383 more words

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Whine of today

Times are changing for the good and worse. All of a sudden you do not agree with whatever from your past. Beer is another example in what is happening when a underground movement becomes commercial. 972 more words

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REVIEW: Pressure Drop & BrewDog Syd Strong's

Pressure Drop & BrewDog
Syd Strong’s
Hackney, England & Aberdeen, Scotland

When two of your favourite breweries decide to put their heads together and make a collaborative brew it’s a pretty exciting prospect. 256 more words


Tasting Notes: Brewdog: Abstrakt: AB 18

Brewdog: Abstrakt: AB 18 (Scotland: American Strong Ale: 11.8% ABV)

Visual: Black. Thin browned head that doesn’t last long apart from some few islands. Still main body. 440 more words

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The Six-Pack - May 15, 2015

Number 1: This tweet from BrewDog’s James Watt

Death to the fat cats! Watch this video here https://t.co/LjchEemhZh pic.twitter.com/UiF5PHyPNZ

— James Watt (@BrewDogJames) May 12, 2015…

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Brewdog Bar wants to increase floorspace

Brewdog Bars were recently granted a license to open a bar at 92-100 Stoke Newington Road, in the premises occupied by Beyond Retro.

As predicted at the time by the Rio Cross Residents Association, who objected to the original license, they have now applied for a variation of their premises license to increase the space in the licensed area. 149 more words

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