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How did nobody say 'this goes down well'?!
i thought the same when i sank a few the other night
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i thought the same when i sank a few the other night

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I sea what you did there
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Thinking of getting some proper glasses to drink my posh expensive beers in (sad I know!) Anyone know any decent places to buy some nice beer glasses?

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Thinking of getting some proper glasses to drink my posh expensive beers in (sad I know!) Anyone know any decent places to buy some nice beer glasses?
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The Heineken in the bar I'm in is far too warm so I've started drinking Affligem. It's much better beer.

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Thinking of getting some proper glasses to drink my posh expensive beers in (sad I know!) Anyone know any decent places to buy some nice beer glasses?
I got this set at Christmas, definitely makes the beer taste better *






*may not be true but they look nice

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Been in London all weekend prior to our game tonight and ended up in the Lowlander Cafe on Dury Lane Saturday night.

Searched RAWK and found this in a London nightlife thread.

And then around the corner and into Drury Lane you have Lowlander. Small Belgium style bar/cafe with a huge variety of Belguim beers both bottle and on draught. It's the only place in the UK, I've found Bruges Zot on draught. Superb.

Cracking little bar and the barman recommended me Bruges Zot. 6.2 percent but bloody lovely stuff. I shifted 2 pints of it swiftly and by God I knew I'd had it.

Will definitely be revisiting in the future to try some others :)

Any other 'Bruges Zot' lovers other than me and Stubbins on here?



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picked up some foam and fury (5 bottles) and 200 fathoms (3 bottles)

expensive enough trek. 57 euro all in but well renowned beers that are getting harder to come by, especially the latter

200 fathoms is a batch released by galway bay once a year. its 9 euro a pop. liquorice, chocolately taste with strong hints of whiskey (aged in whiskey barrels). probably more suited to the winter. I want to keep one for christmas day and one for november when there is a party in the family. the other ill drink some other time. itll keep anyway

foam and fury will be good for the summer.
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Just seeing this thread has reminded me I have to test the abv on my home wine tonight to see if it's ready for clearing and bottling, cheers RAWK!!
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you're welcome

now fuck off the wine thread you peasant ;)
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you're welcome

now fuck off the wine thread you peasant ;)
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TBF, I have brewed some quality beer as well, but the bottling process for the wine is much more manageable
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TBF, I have brewed some quality beer as well, but the bottling process for the wine is much more manageable
never bottled wine, i bottled beer alright. group of friends i used to brew with it. they are still brewing but i gave it up.

we did win a gold medal for a stout about 2 years back. they recently won 2 bronze medals for another stout too. through the national home brew club

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now fuck off the wine thread you peasant ;)

Peasants and Plebs couldn't afford wine (most of the time) only a pleb would make that mistake.

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In St Brieuc in Bretagne and drank some lovely local stuff last night . It was almost ambre in colour and had a little sweetness to it.
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Peasants and Plebs couldn't afford wine (most of the time) only a pleb would make that mistake.

Pleb.
haha. to be honest I like wine. What's a portmanteau of peasant and pleb. Plebsant?
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haha. to be honest I like wine. What's a portmanteau of peasant and pleb. Plebsant?

I love wine too.

This time tomorrow I will be by St Emillion.
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I love wine too.

This time tomorrow I will be by St Emillion.

Enjoy mate! (Bummed I am not there too)

haha. to be honest I like wine. What's a portmanteau of peasant and pleb. Plebsant?

Sure sounds good to me. I am being too lazy to decline/conjugate it tonight.
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Enjoy mate! (Bummed I am not there too)

Sure sounds good to me. I am being too lazy to decline/conjugate it tonight.

The chateau next to my mates house in Sainte Colombe sells 5 litres for 10 euros.

Cant argue with that .
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When I was there last in December I think it was from 2013.
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I'm going to Brussels in July on a bit of a beer holiday, has anybody been and got any recommendations of places to visit? Generally the more sour the beer, the more I like it. My brother has been about a year ago and has similar tastes to me, he's recommended the following places:

Mort Subite
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Moeder Lambic
Delirium Tremens Café
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haha. to be honest I like wine.

I've got a wine cellar. No wine in it...just a bag of cement

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Any recommendations for Beer Clubs/Subscriptions? I've just cancelled by Beer52 sub, as I felt the selections they were sending out recently were very uninspired (Brewdog? Seriously?), and they put a bottle of Arrogant Bastard (I cannot understand the love in for this, at all) in recently, which is nothing but horrid, unbalanced pisswater in my book, so a loss of brownie points there as it was a total waste of a bottle.

Off home to drink some Arbor APAs, if I've got any left.

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No idea about internationally shipped beer/Ale clubs.

When ever you visit out here again if we connect I'll help you find some excellent quaffs.

Even some bourbon and scotch too.
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Not widely available - only in this blue pub I think -  but a nice pint non the less.

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Any recommendations for Beer Clubs/Subscriptions? I've just cancelled by Beer52 sub, as I felt the selections they were sending out recently were very uninspired (Brewdog? Seriously?), and they put a bottle of Arrogant Bastard (I cannot understand the love in for this, at all) in recently, which is nothing but horrid, unbalanced pisswater in my book, so a loss of brownie points there as it was a total waste of a bottle.

Off home to drink some Arbor APAs, if I've got any left.
quite liked arrogant bastard

thats founders isnt it? their breakfast stout and porter is good. dirty bastard is good too but their breakfast stout is immense
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quite liked arrogant bastard

thats founders isnt it? their breakfast stout and porter is good. dirty bastard is good too but their breakfast stout is immense

Yeah. I really don't like it. It felt to me like an exercise in "how ridiculous can we make an ale". That said, there seems to be a battle amongst the indie producers as to who can make the most overhopped APA's these days also - something I encourage wholeheartedly so I'm a walking contradiction.

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Been in London all weekend prior to our game tonight and ended up in the Lowlander Cafe on Dury Lane Saturday night.

Searched RAWK and found this in a London nightlife thread.

Cracking little bar and the barman recommended me Bruges Zot. 6.2 percent but bloody lovely stuff. I shifted 2 pints of it swiftly and by God I knew I'd had it.

Will definitely be revisiting in the future to try some others :)

Any other 'Bruges Zot' lovers other than me and Stubbins on here?



Walked into a pub last night and noticed they had bottles of this in the fridge. Couldn't resist the little jester! Very nice like you say.

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Been in London all weekend prior to our game tonight and ended up in the Lowlander Cafe on Dury Lane Saturday night.

Searched RAWK and found this in a London nightlife thread.

Cracking little bar and the barman recommended me Bruges Zot. 6.2 percent but bloody lovely stuff. I shifted 2 pints of it swiftly and by God I knew I'd had it.

Will definitely be revisiting in the future to try some others :)

Any other 'Bruges Zot' lovers other than me and Stubbins on here?




London has some great pubs, I always try and build in a bit of time to visit the Euston tap when I'm training it back to Liverpool for work - got some ace craft lagers / pilsners in there.

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Been in London all weekend prior to our game tonight and ended up in the Lowlander Cafe on Dury Lane Saturday night.

Cracking little bar and the barman recommended me Bruges Zot. 6.2 percent but bloody lovely stuff. I shifted 2 pints of it swiftly and by God I knew I'd had it.

Will definitely be revisiting in the future to try some others :)

Any other 'Bruges Zot' lovers other than me and Stubbins on here?




I raised a glass of Bruges Zot to you this week Pete. This time in the Trembling Madness in York. It's a beer shop downstairs (treasure trove of every beer you could imagine) and small bar upstairs, all housed in a rickety old medieval building which is apparently haunted. I'll bet the haunted bit is good for business.

Good selection of beers on tap in the bar and a greater selection of bottled beers. Must have been upwards of 30 on the beer menu from predominantly Belgium and Germany.

Needless to say Bruges Zot was the beer of choice. Three of them and negotiating those old timber stairs on the way out was a bit of a job.

Here's to the next one, wherever that might be.

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The older i get, the more hoppy I want my ale to be.

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The older i get, the more hoppy I want my ale to be.

This is the trend here in the states as well... there are two theories which I have heard branded about the industry as to why this is the case.

One: "Baby Boomers" (Generation born directly after WWII up to 1960) are losing the sensitivity in their taste buds and thus this leads to the seeking out of more hoppy beers and the adding of more hot sauce onto their food. (this i have seen loads of times most often with my own father.)

Two: "Baby Boomers" have begun to seek out/return to the tastes of their youth. And yes I know that beer was not hopped as much back then and that most beers (Here in the states at least) were like having intercourse in a canoe. However it is not the taste from the buzz of the beer that they are seeking out rather the hoppy sweetness of the sticky green which they used to partake in.
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This is the trend here in the states as well... there are two theories which I have heard branded about the industry as to why this is the case.

One: "Baby Boomers" (Generation born directly after WWII up to 1960) are losing the sensitivity in their taste buds and thus this leads to the seeking out of more hoppy beers and the adding of more hot sauce onto their food. (this i have seen loads of times most often with my own father.)

Two: "Baby Boomers" have begun to seek out/return to the tastes of their youth. And yes I know that beer was not hopped as much back then and that most beers (Here in the states at least) were like having intercourse in a canoe. However it is not the taste from the buzz of the beer that they are seeking out rather the hoppy sweetness of the sticky green which they used to partake in.
First, I'm old but not an effin' baby boomer!

Second, a lot of the beer we drank when we were earning our spurs was tasteless fizzy rubbish. It is just wonderful to have beer with actual flavour and mouthfeel. Drinking this stuff possibly makes you open to trying out more interesting and quirky flavours - there are lots of foods and other flavours I found horrible in my youth that I quite enjoy now - caviar, smelly cheese, gravlax etc. Its not that I like the really really bitter hoppy beers but that there needs to be a sufficient degree of bitterness and interesting flavour for it to hold my interest. I've also gone slight off the sweeter Belgian style wheat beers - your Hoegaardens and the like but give me a nice Saison any time...

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First, I'm old but not an effin' baby boomer!

Second, a lot of the beer we drank when we were earning our spurs was tasteless fizzy rubbish. It is just wonderful to have beer with actual flavour and mouthfeel. Drinking this stuff possibly makes you open to trying out more interesting and quirky flavours - there are lots of foods and other flavours I found horrible in my youth that I quite enjoy now - caviar, smelly cheese, gravlax etc. Its not that I like the really really bitter hoppy beers but that there needs to be a sufficient degree of bitterness and interesting flavour for it to hold my interest. I've also gone slight off the sweeter Belgian style wheat beers - your Hoegaardens and the like but give me a nice Saison any time...

HAHA, I was not calling you a Baby Boomer mate. Just pointing out the theories.

And yes, our tastes evolve and change over time.
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I raised a glass of Bruges Zot to you this week Pete. This time in the Trembling Madness in York. It's a beer shop downstairs (treasure trove of every beer you could imagine) and small bar upstairs, all housed in a rickety old medieval building which is apparently haunted. I'll bet the haunted bit is good for business.

Good selection of beers on tap in the bar and a greater selection of bottled beers. Must have been upwards of 30 on the beer menu from predominantly Belgium and Germany.

Needless to say Bruges Zot was the beer of choice. Three of them and negotiating those old timber stairs on the way out was a bit of a job.

Here's to the next one, wherever that might be.

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I was drinking Brugse Zot Donker last week in Gent. Lovely. So was everything else. Prearis Grand Cru is amazing. Tre Fontaine is pretty damn good.
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For my palate, second only to Guinness so far. Any suggestions?
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Saw a friend on Twitter jokingly pleading mercy recently with the three or four beers clubs that she gets emailed by, as they were pumping out the pre-Christmas emails.  Asked her which was her favourite, and she recommended Beer52.

Christmas morning; my dad opens an Honest Brew box, gifted by my brother.  Well that was my resistance broken; had ordered a Beer52 box by Boxing Day afternoon ;D

Meanwhile, my brother had told me on Christmas Day that a gift from him to me was arriving late.  I should have realised really...

Last week he brought an Honest Brew box round for me ;D

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Tell you what's a decent slurp from Tesco, Bishop's Finger @ £1.25p a bottle. And though I lived and worked in Belgium for 3.5 years and developed a taste for many great beers, that one is good value for yer pennies back home.
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