Friday Winter Beer.
Hmm I’ve never really hit it off with porters, despite wanting too. Im rather found of a nice strong stout. Young Double Chocolate Stout or Fullers Black Cab Stouts are two of my faves.Posted 4 years ago
A nice strong dark ale can be lovely and warming, if a little dulling of the senses after a few.
Oh and its still Autumn, its not winter yet! (Well not down here it isn’t)brakesMember
Autumn does tend to bring some horribly flavoured beers to the pumps.
Anything that advertises itself as being spiced, or having chocolate, coffee, mocha or autumnal berry flavours can **** right off.
First sip is ooooo, but then you have to drink a whole pint of the crap.
Woking beer festival next weekend – often lots and lots of lovely porters there (plus some stinkers too).Posted 4 years agoteenratMember
Dark side of the Moose by Purple Moose brewery is always a good one.
They have some very good winter ales on in the wetherspoons beer festival at the moment. Last night i had – Abbot Confessor ( 8.5%!), Titanic Cappucino stout and Batemans hazelnut brownie. All very nice!Posted 4 years agopeterfileMember
I bloody love big porters/stouts.
Black Gold is a go to beer for me, regardless of season!
I brewed a chocolate espresso Russian Imperial Stout two weeks ago, it will weigh in at around 11% 😯 Will be a while before it’s ready mind you!
Also, for a dark and mellow evening by an open fire:
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