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Hopinions on Films | The Spy Who Loved Me

Image courtesy of @gingerdaniels13

Bond. James Bond. We take on an absolute cult classic from the 70’s with Martin taking geekery to a new level and talking facts throughout the entire film. The beers that we enjoyed for this show were…

Thornbridge / Cigar City ‘Jai Jai’

Arundel ‘Clockwork NEIPA (Mosaic & Idaho7)’

Innis & Gunn ’15 Barrel Aged DIPA’*

Brasserie Dupont ‘Saison Dupont Cuvee Dry Hopping (2017)’

Weird Beard ‘Heavy Fuel’

Ampersand ‘Experiments in Evil (Whisky BA 2018)’

Northern Monk / Legitmate Industries ‘Raspberry & Pinot Noir Barrel Aged Quad’

 

*This was sent to us by Innis & Gunn but this hasn’t influenced our thoughts on it or how much Bond’s cheesy one liners get much worse with age.

Hopinions on Films | Highlander

There can be only one. Or in our case a few. We’re into classic 80’s cult viewing this time as we travel through the ages with Highlander, working our way through a series of beers from the Highlands(ish).

Fallen Brewing ‘Local Motive’ & ‘Platform C’*

Innis & Gunn ‘Mangoes on the run’ & ‘Kindred Spirit’*

Brewdog ‘Mr President’

Tennent’s ‘Super’

Tullamore Dew Irish Whisky*

(Despite being pictured we sadly didn’t get round to drinking the Harviestoun)

 

*These were sent to us by Fallen Brewing and Innis & Gunn but this hasn’t influenced our thoughts on them or on just how much Highlander hasn’t aged well.

Image courtesy of @Clayfiish

 

Hopinions 56 “The Dark Side”

This week, we’re joined by Mark, Ashley and Tom from the Men Beerhaving podcast to take a walk on the dark side of beer.

Beers | Beavertown ‘Black Betty’, Magic Rock ‘Dark Arts’, Guinness ‘1798’, Innis & Gunn ‘Vanishing Point 01’ and Brewdog ‘Death or Glory’

Hopinions | Dark beers | Does barrel ageing make a beer better?

Men Beerhaving Badly | Episode 20 featuring our appearance on ‘Guest Ales’ can be found here and make sure to subscribe/follow the chaps on your podcast/social media platform of choice

 

Many thanks to the folks from Innis & Gunn for sending us the Vanishing Point 01 for free, this didn’t influence our thoughts on the beer. 

Episode 40 – Goose Island IPA

The boys are back for Season 3 of the Beer O’Clock Show, with a supermarket staple AMERICAN ale, all the way from Chicago – Goose Island IPA.  Will they be able to handle such exotica? Listen and see!

Plus the drawing of our Innis & Gunn giveaway, and the usual beery news and chatter. It’s Beer O’Clock!

Episode 39 – Summer Special

We’re back with a one-off special, featuring news from the Great British Beer Festival, catch-ups for Steve and Mark on what they’ve been drinking since the last episode, as well as a featured review of the Innis & Gunn Canadian Cherrywood Finish!

It’s Beer O’Clock!

Episode 25 – Craft Lager Special

This week, Steve & Mark venture out into the dark, mysterious world of… lager!

With two of them at hand, we bring you a frothy head-to-head between the Innis & Gunn Craft Brewed Lager and Celia’s gluten free Lager Beer. Listen and find out who wins the “can we actually enjoy lager?” challenge!

There’s also a report from #1 Fan, and our usual highly-witty beer-related banter!

Episode 17 – Melville’s Craft Lager

This week we have something of a departure: not only do we taste and review a lager, but a FRUIT lager. This is the Strawberry-flavoured bottle of Melville’s Craft Lager from Innis & Gunn.

That, and our usual beer-related banter and reviews!

Episode 09 – Innis & Gunn Original

Featured Beer: Innis & Gunn Original

Steve & Mark tuck into another I&G, this time their popular Original.

 

Episode 07 – Innis & Gunn Winter Treacle Porter

Featured Beer: Winter Treacle Porter by Innis & Gunn

A special review this week, of Innis & Gunn’s 2012 winter beer, Winter Treacle Porter.

We also go over our weekly assignments – Badger Ales’ Fursty Ferret, and Harviestoun Brewery’s Bitter & Twisted.

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