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    I find bottles far more gassy than beer from the tap.

    Still enjoy a nice bottled beer though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langdale Wolf View Post


    We haven't got a dedicated Beer thread to the best of my knowledge. I'm a fan of beer. So I thought I'd start a thread about it.

    One of the reasons is that I finally tried a bottle of Innis and Gunn last night. I know Wolf Hunting and DDW have spoken about it a fair bit. I was quite impressed actually - certainly better than the rest of the $#@!ty lagers being served on tap (it was All Bar One in Brum - not my choice of pub but it was a mate's party).

    Looking forward to some BATHAMS next weekend. Not had any in a few weeks now.
    Ahem. http://www.wolvesforum.co.uk/showthr...-no-longer-see.

    I'm with DDW in liking Weissbeer but to be honest I will drink anything that takes my fancy. Nothing worse than drinking watery lager in town centres.
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    Purity is lovely. Good call.

    Mad Goose is my favourite Purity beer.
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    mmmm.. Bathams, I'm Jealous.
    A few years ago when I played footy in the AFA we'd hire a minibus whenever we were away at Old Wulfs or Old Duds and make a night of it after the game. Generally starting in The Lamp for a few Bathams...Happy days.
    Generally I'm on Bishops Finger from Tesco these days as there is not a whole lot in the ale dept over here. I'm gonna give the Innis and Gunn a try.
    In bottled ales I can recommend McEwans Champion, but it needs treating with some respect as it's powerful stuff. I fill the car with that, Old Empire and Pedigree whenever I'm up in Northern Ireland!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arklowolf View Post
    I fill the car with that, Old Empire and Pedigree whenever I'm up in Northern Ireland!
    Well it's one way to dodge high fuel prices.
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    So the general jist of this thread leads me to conclude that this forum is full of piss heads...

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    We just have good taste!
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    Quote Originally Posted by machin05 View Post
    A couple of supermarket favs are:

    St Peters Golden Ale


    Badger Fursty Ferret


    and Badger Tangle Foot



    In fact, anything from Badger is a pretty sure bet.
    Fully agree I would recommend anyone to stock up with Badger ales when in the supermarket. They are lovely Hopping Hare is another of my favourites. A beer that has popped up in Wolvo Banks's pubs called Single Hop from IIRC New Zealand? Is bang on. It may be a guest beer so not around for too long?

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    South West Trains serve Tanglefoot on their trains. Granted, it's from a tin, but nonetheless it's still a decent beverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy View Post
    Fully agree I would recommend anyone to stock up with Badger ales when in the supermarket. They are lovely Hopping Hare is another of my favourites. A beer that has popped up in Wolvo Banks's pubs called Single Hop from IIRC New Zealand? Is bang on. It may be a guest beer so not around for too long?
    Ooooh yeah, Hopping Hare is well bum. I'm not mad keen on there fruity/peachy/honey flavoured ones though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat del combate View Post
    South West Trains serve Tanglefoot on their trains. Granted, it's from a tin, but nonetheless it's still a decent beverage.
    No such thing as a quality canned ale. FACKT.
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