Most nights, I drink Carlsberg 3.8%, as it’s inoffensive, and low in alcohol. And cheap. and my offie downstairs does not have a great choice.
Through choice, I do like German-style wheat beers. And flavoursome ales, although I’m not really one for bitters and the really flat stuff. I like a little bit of life in me beer. Sometimes like a Guinness, and occasionally something like a Porter Ale, or ‘Winter Warmer’ type stuff. And of course, nice lagers; but not mainstream pasteurised shite.
Fave pub pint: Sam Smith’s Wheat beer or their Pure Brewed Lager if I fancy a change. Lucky enough to live near Greenwich, and love the Meantime stuff. Their Raspberry Wheat Beer is wild; not to everyone’s taste, but I **** love it! They do loads of other really nice beers as well, so a trip to a Meantme pub can be a dangerous thing.
I will have an Erdinger or Paulaner wheat if I find it, and a Hoegaarden, if there’s nowt else.
Trouble with the nice beers, is that they tend to be strong, and I’m only a little feller, so I can be a bit rough the next day, which is why I stick to the cooking lager.
That beer Mama’s posted looks very interesting….Posted 9 years agochakapingSubscriber
Dunno, that label looks a bit Hobbity to me.
Do Wychwood make Hobgoblin too? I had a bottle of that the other night and it was magnificent.
Been slowly working my way through some recommendations from a recent thread on here – and other beers I’ve enjoyed a lot have been Tesco Bottle Conditioned Ale and Fullers 1855 (?).Posted 9 years ago
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