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Brewdog, Firenze

I keep thinking about adopting a different slant to the pub ticking game, I mean everyone’s doing the GBG pubs these days, aren’t they? I had thought about trying to do all the ‘spoons in the UK, I bet… 662 more words

Beer Blog

[A Brew With Disco Stu]

Today’s post is something different, I review 2 beers with my good pal and fellow nerd Stu. He’s the head honcho at the Crazy Disco Stu blog. 1,555 more words


Brewdog - Pulp Patriot Fanzine #3

Mid gold, slightly cloudy with a slight head. Piney resins on the nose. Juicy mouth feel. Soft bitter pine resins with a milky coating in the mouth. 14 more words


Brewdog - Small batch English IPA. Fanzine #4

Golden with a pale head. Hay, faint citrus and metal on the nose. Almost european lager. Citrus and hay in the mouth. Strange spicy finish. 5.2% I can see what they are trying to do, but other more traditional brewers have been doing amped up traditional IPA, Brewdog didn’t need to go there.

Totally Subjective Rating: 3.5/5


Brewdog - Ten Ton Truck Espresso Stout Fanzine #3

Opaque, black with a dark tan head on pour. Coffee with a sharp astringent note on the nose. Rich velvet mouth feel. Coffee notes and licorice leaving a coating around the mouth and a sherry like boozy hit. 10%.

Totally Subjective Rating: 3.5/5


Is non-alcoholic beer even any good? [Brewdog review]

Yes. Yes it is.

Over the years, I have developed a great appreciation of beer and love nothing more than exploring all the various types and just because I’m alcohol free, it doesn’t mean that can’t continue! 338 more words


BrewDog- SoHo

PSA: I went to London at the end of May and y’all…I didn’t leave without considering this blog.

I’ve been to London a couple times, but this time was special because I had the forethought to think about what breweries I wanted to stop into, and though I didn’t go to many pubs…I did go to BrewDog. 633 more words