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Chapeltom
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Keeping away from the Wetherspoon's pubs thread I thought I'd start the official NLM beer thread to talk about, erm.. beer.

Went down the shop earlier looking for a few bottles I'd not tried, Innis+Gunn's Original Oak Aged Beer. I don't know if anyone's come across it before but it has got to be the most interesting drink I've had, I mean the Scots are renowned for their whisky making but beer?


Anyway use this thread to talk about erm.. beer or just criticise the OP (me) Blush


garethwrexy
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budwiser 66 ok some people will say just another version of budwiser but i dont agree, got a better taste to it, only been out in offies a couple of months, but selling well.



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buncranaboy
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Dec 15, 2010, 11:43 PM

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Keeping away from the Wetherspoon's pubs thread I thought I'd start the official NLM beer thread to talk about, erm.. beer.

Went down the shop earlier looking for a few bottles I'd not tried, Innis+Gunn's Original Oak Aged Beer. I don't know if anyone's come across it before but it has got to be the most interesting drink I've had, I mean the Scots are renowned for their whisky making but beer?


Anyway use this thread to talk about erm.. beer or just criticise the OP (me) Blush



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I mean the Scots are renowned for their whisky making but beer?

Alloa 80 bob. Used to have that when I was a kid. Nice.



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splodge
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Dec 16, 2010, 8:09 AM

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There are a few decent Scottish beers about

Deuchars Caledonian IPA and Harviestoun Schiehallion.

Other favourites of mine

Orval - My favourite Beer and always a good excuse to go over to Belgium to re-stock suppliesCool

Steinlager - Kiwi lager. A bit too far to go to replenish supplies on a regular basisUnsure



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Dec 16, 2010, 9:41 AM

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There are a few decent Scottish beers about

Deuchars Caledonian IPA and Harviestoun Schiehallion.


If you like these beers, you might want to try this one.

http://www.atlasbrewery.com/latitude.htm


garethwrexy
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Dec 16, 2010, 10:18 AM

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when i was in london on friday night i enjoyed 2 bottles of kingfisher beer at a nice indian resturant, hope offies in holywell stock it Wink in my local boozer in holywell they sell a new beer called sol which i think is mexican stuff which is not to bad.



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Jamesie
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when i was in london on friday night i enjoyed 2 bottles of kingfisher beer at a nice indian resturant, hope offies in holywell stock it Wink in my local boozer in holywell they sell a new beer called sol which i think is mexican stuff which is not to bad.

Crikey Gareth!!!! New???? Are things that far behind in Holywell? That was round these parts in the 80s. Bit of lime in the top, sleeves on yer jacket rolled up, Flock of Seagulls haircut Unsure



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Dec 16, 2010, 10:27 AM

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Suits you sir , have you a photo ?



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Jamesie
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Suits you sir , have you a photo ?

No! Tongue



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PonteCarlo
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Dec 16, 2010, 1:04 PM

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Whitbreads Banana Bread Bitter is not too bad from a bottle in the supermarkets.

Tried plenty of Stewart's beers when I went up to Scotland recently (he didn't mind!) and a couple of nice Strathaven ones.



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buncranaboy
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Dec 16, 2010, 1:15 PM

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Whitbreads Banana Bread Bitter is not too bad from a bottle in the supermarkets.

Tried plenty of Stewart's beers when I went up to Scotland recently (he didn't mind!) and a couple of nice Strathaven ones.



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PonteCarlo
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Probably! - I remember there being a Whitbreads Banana Beer a few years ago, think I'm getting mixed up!



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oxpete
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Dec 16, 2010, 7:03 PM

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Hope this isn't too 'off-topic' but ... Hurrump Mad. In today's 'Oxford Times' is the news that the famous, historic and beautiful 'Nag's Head' pub in Abingdon is being closed by Greene King on Tuesday 4th January 2011.

For anyone who has ever visited Abingdon Town FC, The Nag's Head is the pub on its own island in the River Thames that is crossed by Abingdon bridge on the approach to Town's Culham Road ground (itself on a second larger island). Travelling towards the town centre, The Nag's Head is on the right and the football ground on the left, with the pub, football ground, meadows, river and view of the church spire making it the most beautiful entry to the town - I've spent many an hour supping in the garden before a match, as no doubt have generations of Town fans for over 140 years. Abingdon used to be famous for having the most pubs per head of population in Britain (admittedly a record that half the towns in Britain claim to hold!), but many pubs in the town are now closing.

Anyone wanting a last chance to visit The Nag's Head, Abingdon Town are at home to Wantage on 27th December, while Abingdon United (a 15min walk away) are at home to Thatcham on 3rd January.


UKPunk
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Dec 16, 2010, 10:30 PM

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Suits you sir , have you a photo ?

No! Tongue

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Jamesie
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No! Tongue

That's a relief! Tongue

Cheeky git! Mad



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villahopper
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Dec 16, 2010, 11:05 PM

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Probably! - I remember there being a Whitbreads Banana Beer a few years ago, think I'm getting mixed up!


Another vote for Banana Bread Beer. Bloody wonderful stuff


Mek
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Dec 16, 2010, 11:51 PM

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Hmm - Greene King - I think we should now class them in the same category as the old multibrew combines - buying up breweries and transferring production to Bury St Edmunds


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I was always brought up to believe that alcohol was evil and it was the curse of the working classes. As for me there is nothing better than a nice long glass full of lemon juice. I'm sorry but to me one beer is the same as another. However, the variations of lemon juice are wonderful to behold.


robgrillo
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Dec 24, 2010, 9:03 AM

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You can't beat a pint of Timothy Taylors' Landlord.



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Mr. T
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Dec 24, 2010, 9:21 AM

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You can't beat a pint of Timothy Taylors' Landlord.


No good for those poor fools who are scared of the flavour of malt and hops...


PonteCarlo
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Dec 24, 2010, 2:30 PM

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Not too keen on Landlord myself, prefer Best Bitter. Not sure if anyone had it at the recent Wethers' beer festival but RCH Strawberry Line was delicious! Some other personal favourites of mine are Bob's Brewing Company - Chardonnayle and Brown Cow - Thriller in Vanilla.



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LondonBuck
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Jan 18, 2011, 6:34 AM

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I always look out for COTLEIGH beers in the pub, they are always nice, particularly BARN OWL Tongue



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Andy Mac
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Jan 18, 2011, 8:14 AM

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I recommend a pint of Otter Ale. Widely available in Heavitree Houses and other establishments in South East Devon.


LondonBuck
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Jan 18, 2011, 9:42 PM

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I was always brought up to believe that alcohol was evil and it was the curse of the working classes. As for me there is nothing better than a nice long glass full of lemon juice. I'm sorry but to me one beer is the same as another. However, the variations of lemon juice are wonderful to behold.

Laugh Actually I love the flavour of Lemon too. I remember having a beer once called Lemon Head and it was delicious, a one off though I think Frown



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