Some decent lager?
Yes, the Schiehallion was very nice. The Coors was not.
Now thinking about something darker for tomorrow evening. Remember many years ago enjoying more than a few pints of Draft Young’s double chocolate stout in a pub called The Britannia in Kensington and getting into a heated discussion with some guy called Brian Sewell…whoever he was. I sense my NE ‘teuchter’ accent was a challenge for him.Posted 5 years ago
Just drank a couple of beers…
Orkney Northern Light
Orkney Atlas Latitude
Coors Light which was Damme cold….probably just as well…..
So, I’m finding I’m enjoying a lighter beer, so recommend me a nice lager or pilsner to enjoy. Must be available in a bottle.Posted 5 years agoglobaltiMember
A pale, strongly hopped session bitter with about 3.8 is what you seem to need. Get a bottle of Copper Dragon’s very excellent Golden Pippin or Moorhouses superb Blonde Witch. This kind of beer-heading-towards-lager-territory is very fashionable at the moment and most brewers have produced one, usually they have a name like Dizzy Blonde or similar.
Posted 5 years agojamesmioMember
I’m a big fan of the Williams Bros stuff, this one in particular is the business:Posted 5 years agomessiahMember
Latitude and northern light are good Pale Ales, as is the Cairngorm Tradewinds mentioned already. If you like that style there are heaps to try, including Brewdog Dead Pony Club. American style pale ales tend to be hoppier and I really like that.
Badger Golden Glory and Golden Champion are lovely light summery beers that are quite lager like… interesting flavours and worth a try.
There is no excuse for drinking Coors 👿Posted 5 years agomogrimMember
There really is no excuse for Coors.
Brooklyn Lager (as pointed out by chakaping) is nice, some of the pale ales that messiah has mentioned would be good, too.
There are some reasonable Spanish lagers, too – Ambar Export for example. Not sure about availability in the UK though.Posted 5 years ago
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