I love my dark beers – porters, milds, stouts or anything in between
15/2/12 Draught Beer
Fürstenberg Edel Export 5.3% £3.50/pint
Tempest Canyonaro 5.9% £2.40/half
Orchard Pig cider 4.2% £3.60/pint
Summer Wine Lime Saison 6% £2.40/half
Thornbridge Versa-Weisse 5% £3.90/pint
Williams Bros Profanity Stout 7% £2.50/half
Schlenkerla Märzen 5.1% £2.50/half
Camden Bleeding Hops 6.2% £3.80/pint
Thornbridge Tzara 4.7% £4.00/pint
Great Divide Titan IPA 7.1% £3.70/half
Camden Gentlemen’s Wit 4.3% £3.20
Jever Pils 4.7% £4.00/pint
Nøgne Ø IPA 7.5% £3.80/half
BrewDog Winter Porter 6.2% £2.25/half
Timmermans Peach 4% £3.00 half
Anchor ‘Our Special Ale’ 2010 5.5% £3.50/half
Victory Prima Pils 5.3% £3.00/half
Lovibonds Amber 3.4% £3.10/pint
Bristol Beer Factory Stout 4% £3.20/pint
Liverpool Organic Styrian 4.2% £3.20/pint
Liverpool Organic Shipwreck IPA 6.5% £4.00/pint
Thornbridge Pollards 5% £3.60/pint
Revolutions Beat Red 4.5% £3.30/pint
Fyne Ales Hurricane Jack 4.4% £3.20/pint
Fyne Ales Vital Spark 4.4% £3.20/pint
Roosters Wild Mule 3.9% £2.90/pint
but I went for a Thornbridge Pollards – a 5% milk stout that has a amazing coffee aroma that tastes like cold coffee but milky – it’s stunning – I hope they bottle it.
It’s a collaboration with Thornbridge and Pollards Coffee Suppliers hence the name – if you can try it then just try it.
Picture from ratebeer as I did not managed to get a shot of the clip.
other notably beers this week but they could not compare to the Thornbridge for overall flavour.
From boxsteam brewery (my first of there’s) a very drinkable and named after Brunel (or me
Another beer from a brewery I have not heard of.