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Rune Stone Peated Scotch Ale - Bad Tattoo Brewing

From Penticton’s Bad Tattoo Brewing comes their “Rune Stone Peated Scotch Ale”. The beer pours a deep Ruby red colour with a tan head. The aroma consists of caramel, peat, sweetness and earth. 46 more words

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Beer Review: Tuatara Copperhead

Yet another red beer, I think this is the last one in the fridge. This is Tuatara’s Autumnal Red Rye. From my previous experiences with Rye Beers I have found them a bit hit and miss, but this one wasn’t too bad. 222 more words

Beer Review

#40 Glenmorangie Lasanta 12YO - The Lord giveth with one hand...

Review #40 – Glenmorangie 12YO Lasanta 80/100

I sat with this one for a good while, asking myself over and over what did I prefer…this or the original 10YO?   307 more words


James Joyce Whiskey

Previously I brought you an article on ‘James Joyce Whiskey‘, a new independently bottled Irish whiskey. It was being produced by the James Joyce House in Dublin’s Usher’s Island, but very little more information was available at the time other than some artistic renderings of what the bottle… 504 more words


#38 Glengoyne 10YO - A creamy, savoury tipple from the highlands

Review #38 – Glengoyne 10YO 74/100

It’s taken me quite a while to give Glengoyne a go, and for no particular reason, other than that it just seems to have stayed off my radar, so I decided to pick up a small 5cl bottle just to give it a try. 204 more words


#37 Glenmorangie 10YO - my go to daily dram

Review #37 – Glenmorangie 10YO 84/100

Quick review here as I know the ins and outs of this whisky as it’s one my long-standing favourites and one of my go to daily drams. 157 more words


#36 Brewdog Punk IPA - A good IPA benchmark, but a little soapy

Review #36 – Brewdog Punk IPA 72/100

This was one of the first beers to take the traditional British IPA and put it on steroids, amplifying the subtle flavours of an age old beer while adding their own twist.   190 more words