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May 29, 2012, 1:17 PM
Post #60 of 74
I would also have to agree with Young's Special London Ale, also bottle-conditioned.
Meantime London Porter is also very nice, again bottle-conditioned, and comes in a 750ml bottle with a cork. A fine example of the style. 6.5% abv
Ditto Meantime's 7.5% IPA (i.e. 750ml corked bottle, bottle-conditioned). Much nearer to a genuine 19th century IPA than some of the miserable draught beers labelled as such, all of which would fail authentication if there were a legal definition of the style. Greene King's 'product' is the worst example of this deception.
NB The Meantime products come in at £5-£6.