- Dark Beers..
There are the world of good stouts and porters available these days. I’ll just big up two of my local ones, Bristol Beer Factory’s Milk Stout and Bath Ales’ Dark Side. Both lovely. Though, with a whiff of Spring in the air, I won’t really be drinking them again much this year.Posted 4 years agoSuggseyMember
Had a pint of Griffin brewery chocolate porter during this afternoons real ales session….first taste was very chocolatey but got over whelming after taste of pine resin!Posted 4 years ago
Wasn’t my favourite of the days tastings. Tunnel Brewery Nuneaton mmmmmmmm nice beer and open fire 🙂
this thread needs beards.
Funnily enough… I probably need to look in the mirror a bit more, out on a ride somebody mentioned the the ride leader had a beard to someone and they pointed to me and said oh is it him.. I had no idea that I need a shave that badly ( I was not leading the ride)
…..Now clean ( ish ) shavenPosted 4 years agosamuriMember
I love dark beers me.
Hobgoblin is a favourite, Dark Lord is nice, Black sheep obviously.
My favourite though is Holts ‘Black’
Only ever get it in the Black Dog in Belmont but I love just sitting there smacking my lips like an old man. Sticky, tasty and wonderful.Posted 4 years agopeterfileMember
Dark beers are my raison d’être
Ones to try if you haven’t already:
Fyne Ales – Sublime StoutPosted 4 years ago
Flounders – Kentucky Breakfast Stout
Flying Dog – Gonzo Imperial Porter
Anchor – Porter
Fyne Ales – Zombier
Kernel – Export India Porter
Kernel – Export Stout
Williams – Midnight Sun
Orkney – Dark Island Reserve
Cairngorm – Black Gold
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