Bottled beer recommendations.

santaman2000

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Jan 15, 2011
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Been supping from a brewery in Suffolk lately called Saint Peters good selection to suit most tastes, like em that much I'm about to serve the Indian, the Stout, and the Gluten free in my restaurant. I also like this small brewery in Hastings called Fallen Angel, I currently stock their Fire in the Hole and their Black Death, both are chilli beers the Black Death is a stout and the name speaks for itself. I would stock more of their brews but the labels are a bit How's Your Father so just a tad saucy for a restaurant.
I'd like more info on the Gluten Free beer. Especially if it's something I can get over here. My daughter's a celiac and it's eliminated much from her diet.
 

santaman2000

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Jan 15, 2011
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Thanks for the link. I'll also look around here and see if i can find a local distributor. Currently she's been limited to cider, wine and ceratin spirits (fortunately her favorite spirit was always rum so that wasn't a problem like the ones distilled from grain would have been)
 

carabao

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Oct 16, 2011
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We have a lot of customers at the restaurant who GF diet, so we know how hard it is to get ingredients we have problems getting oyster sauce (we run a Thai restaurant) strange fact a lot of West Coast Irish have problems with gluten
 

santaman2000

M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)
Jan 15, 2011
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We have a lot of customers at the restaurant who GF diet, so we know how hard it is to get ingredients we have problems getting oyster sauce (we run a Thai restaurant) strange fact a lot of West Coast Irish have problems with gluten
Yes. Soy sauce can be dificult too.
 

dasy2k1

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May 26, 2009
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Bottle of badger fursty ferret. Nice as usual.

I do like inns and gunn oak aged beer. But not got any in stock at the moment

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RICKY RASPER

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If I'm off on a few days wilderness tramping I always have a six pack of bottled Guinness Extra stout and sometimes a bottle of Taylor's vintage port, pricey but nicey! :1244::1244:
 

mousey

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Jun 15, 2010
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Shepherd and Neame [apparently britians oldest brewer] and two of their beers: Bishops finger and the IPA are very nice - especially out of the barrel, but good from the bottle too.

I was going to say the duvel is avaliable in my tescos but someone already did a link thing to a tescos product page.

Another brewer which I like is Innis and Gunn - can't remember the name of the beer, but it was very strong but still incredibly tastey.

my third reccommendation - Marstons "old empire".
 

wattsy

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Dec 10, 2009
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Wells Waggle Dance
Badger Golden Glory
and my goto beer recently has been Badger Poachers Choice if you haven't had it try some
 
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RICKY RASPER

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Having a couple of bottles of Schiehallion tonite, lovely stuff, its a craft brewed lager from Harviestoun Brewery
That name rang a bell, I walked Schiehallion many moons ago when I used to go munroe bagging with my uncle. I was 11 at the time and still remember that wonderful walk from the Loch Tay Youth Hostel to it's snow covered summit [ it was April 1981 ].
I hope the beer does it's name justice!
 
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RICKY RASPER

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As i am from Wearside. It has to be Double Maxim. Far better than Newcastle brown ale.
I had the worlds most epic hangover with Newcastle brown and it put me of brown ale for life!