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Vendredi, 17 juillet 2015

Greene King East Coast IPA

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“citrus aroma of American hops”

Fruity and only slightly bitter. Contains malted barley.

Greene King, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 4.0% alcohol.

[ Posté le 17 juillet 2015 à 23:45 | pas de commentaire | ]

Dimanche, 28 septembre 2014

Morland Old Hoppy Hen

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“… Pale and Crystal malts as well as American Chinook hops… grapefruit hop character”

Just another ale, quite nice but maybe a tad too bitter. Contains malted barley and rye.

Morland Brewing, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 4.2% alcohol.

[ Posté le 28 septembre 2014 à 15:04 | pas de commentaire | ]

Samedi, 30 août 2014

Greene King St. Edmund's

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“citrus finish… pale malt and Cascade and First Gold hops”

Just another pale ale, but a nice one. Contains malted barley.

Greene King, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 4.2% alcohol.

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Samedi, 2 août 2014

Greene King Yardbird

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“a lasting fruity flavour… inspired by the bold american pale ales”

Quite fruity, not too bitter. Contains malted barley and wheat.

Greene King, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 4.0% alcohol.

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Samedi, 22 février 2014

Greene King IPA

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“crystal, black and pale malts, Challenger and First Gold hops”

Sweet with an initial hint of honey. Contains malted barley.

Greene King, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 6.5% alcohol.

[ Posté le 22 février 2014 à 20:13 | pas de commentaire | ]

Samedi, 1er février 2014

Hardys & Hansons Rocking Rudolph

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“malty and fruity Christmas ale… bitter finish”

Just another ale. Contains malted barley.

Greene King, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 4.2% alcohol.

[ Posté le 1er février 2014 à 20:09 | pas de commentaire | ]

Vendredi, 30 avril 2010

Old Speckled Hen

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“First brewed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the MG car factory and affectionately named after an old MG car used as a factory runaround: The Owld Speckled Un.”

Just another ale, not bad. Contains malted barley.

Morland Brewing, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 3.5% alcohol.

[ Posté le 30 avril 2010 à 23:32 | pas de commentaire | ]

Jeudi, 24 mai 2007

Hen's Tooth

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Very fruity, the taste reminded me strongly of ananas, followed by a taste of white wine (Riesling, maybe). The aftertaste is terribly bitter, though. Made of malted barley.

Morland Brewing, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 6.5% alcohol.

[ Posté le 24 mai 2007 à 22:54 | pas de commentaire | ]

Vendredi, 30 mars 2007

Ruddles County

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“Ruddles County is famed for its dry, bitter flavour, which comes from using the rare Bramling Cross hops. Many liken the flavour to burnt toffee and caramel… Ruddles County has a light aroma of soft fruits and hops, and is a deep brown colour with warm, reddish tones.”

It actually smells a bit like burnt toffee, but I don't recognise fruits in the taste. The aftertaste, however, is very bitter. Made of malted barley.

Ruddles Brewing, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 4.7% alcohol.

[ Posté le 30 mars 2007 à 19:29 | pas de commentaire | ]

Dimanche, 11 mars 2007

Strong Suffolk Vintage Ale

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“A unique blend of two classic ales BPA and Old 5X. Old 5X is aged in oak for 2 years. Brewed in llimited quantities. This Vintage Ale is dark and intense, almost ruby in colour with an appetising spicy, fruitcake aroma. This full-bodied ale combines flavours of oak, caramel and burnt toffee… can also be the ideal accompaniement to mature English cheese.”

Quite sweet and very slightly bitter. It tastes of candied fruits, maybe raisins. The after taste of the first sip reminded me of well-done butter biscuit, the next ones of caramel. The smell of the glass is however not very pleasant, very metallic. I tried it with bits of Pilgrim's Choice Matured Cheddar and the result is quite nice (although not extraordinary).

Greene King Westgate Brewery, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England. 6.0% alcohol.

[ Posté le 11 mars 2007 à 19:07 | pas de commentaire | ]