Monday, 9 August 2010

CHAMPION BEER OF BRITAIN.



Real men drink real ale, we've long been suppers of many great ales, pales being our favourite. Real Ale is fast becoming a big thing now, the norm in fact, just a few years ago you'd be hard pushed to walk into any random pub and find a good selection, now it seems as if one in every three, ok then five, pubs are turning to cask ales. Obviously depending where you live.
The recent
Great British Beer Festival in London's Earls Court voted Castle Rock's Harvest Pale as the Champion Beer of Britain, any ale connoisseurs will remember we've been championing this one ourselves for quite some time. Unfortunately it seems to be a rare sight to find hand pulled north of the midlands, but if you see it, sup up lad. It's a taste sensation, a party in your mouth. YHN

3 comments:

  1. This was in The Anvil in town ( Wigan) very good drink...

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  2. I once posted you some up from the shire - hope you still have them...

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  3. So they have it on in Pie eating land but not the metropolis that is Mancunia?

    Yes Gerry, I drank them rather quickly, kept the bottle, they had them in their 12's in the local C&C briefly. But it's better on tap!

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