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Episode 112 – L’Angelus

 

Notre visite des 6 nations se poursuit cette semaine avec une visite à la France et ‘L’Angelus’ de Brasserie D’ Annoeulin.

Or… our tour of the 6 nations continues this week with a visit to France and ‘L’Angelus’ from Brasserie D’Annoeulin.

Shocking scenes as Mark loses his palate and in the news it’s all about Brewdog. For a change.

We talk German style beer gardens in #HoptTopic and there’s another return to form in the #prizelessprize

All this plus we get very excited about next week’s homebrew special.

It’s Beer O’clock!

Wee Beastie 02 – Bitter & Twisted / Thistley Cross Cider

 

We’re back for another instalment of our Beastie O’Clock series, with another round of special beers from our friends at Harviestoun.

This time we have 4 beers – the original Bitter & Twisted, and then 3 variations of B&T aged in Thistley Cross cider barrels with various fruits.

We also have an interview with Amy, head brewer at Harviestoun, on their approach to these beers.

Don’t forget to check out Justin Mason’s blogs on the Wee Beastie beers on Get Beer. Drink Beer.

It’s Beastie O’clock!

Details for the next Wee Beastie event on 19 March can be found here.

Episode 98 – Jarl

 

This week we’re joined by one of the original British beer casters – Richard Taylor from the esteemed BeerCast. Together we review Jarl, a hoppy blond ale from Scottish brewer Fyne Ales.

We preview the next Wee Beastie tasting event from Harviestoun and look forward to the Sheffield Beer Week and our appearance at the Hop Hideout.

There’s a stunning #prizelessprize and we chat to Fergus Fitzgerald from Adnams about the booming Irish beer scene.

Plus, in case you didn’t notice, Steve got an upgrade and we’re sounding better than ever! Just one of a few changes we’ll be making to the show over the coming months.

It’s most definitely Beer O’Clock!

The UK Top 10 Ales

 

We have our first brewery to win 2 polls, running away with the votes on this one…

1. Marble Pint 3.9% ABV (bitter)
Former guest on the show and Manchester-based blogger Rowan Molyneux has this to say about the winning beer… Marble has been one of my favourite breweries since I started drinking beer, and when I moved to Manchester I was delighted to be able to drink in Marble’s own pubs. Zingy, pale and fresh, Pint is a stalwart of the Marble range. Full-bodied despite its low ABV, the grapefruit and lemon flavours sing from the glass and its clean, refreshing nature leads you towards ordering another, and another…. To drink this by anything less than, well, the pint, would be an injustice! For me, Pint is the perfect session beer.

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