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roguetrader

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Pale Ale , it's da Holy Grail - stronger and hoppier the better.... used to drink Carlsberg Special Brew (like Steel Reserve) til they fucked with the formula, upped the price and dropped % from 9 to 8......

@Anagor there's way better cider over here than Grumpy Jack - you tried Henry Weston's 8.2 % yet, glass bottle ? or if you wanna stick with cans how about Thatcher's Gold named after our beloved former first lady - actually tastes of apples.... also it's not cider but what about the fabled Buckfast Tonic Wine - as the saying goes 'if you want to get fucked fast, drink some fucking Buckfast'......
 
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@Anagor there's way better cider over here than Grumpy Jack - you tried Henry Weston's 8.2 % yet, glass bottle ? or if you wanna stick with cans how about Thatcher's Gold named after our beloved former first lady - actually tastes of apples.... also it's not cider but what about the fabled Buckfast Tonic Wine - as the saying goes 'if you want to get fucked fast, drink some fucking Buckfast'......

No, never tried Henry Weston's so far, but will keep it in mind.

Had Thatcher's Gold quite a few times and yes ... it's a nice cider, I agree.

Buckfast Tonic Wine ... yeah had that as well. Interesting ;) taste.

In the last month in UK it was for me:

If it had to be cheap:
Crofters, 2 litre for 2 quid

If I had more money:
Scrumpy Jack
Just because it was the first dry cides I tasted
And most of my friends like it as well ...

When it comes to wine:
Sainsbury's Ginger Wine
Not just for the alc, I like the taste

Anyway ...

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@Anagor - when you next in the UK ? maybe we could hook up and have a tasting session ! i'm in Devon which ain't that far from Bristol which I believe you sometimes visit

When everything is going as planned I will depart here on next Monday ... so at Tuesday in London ... then looking for friends there (but I dont know if they are there still) and then going to Bristol, yep.

Would be nice to meet you and having a tasting session. ;)
 

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Angry Orchard, Red's Apple Ale, and this odd little vanilla porter with a white mustache on the label that I found at MegaBev a while back. Flavorful and refreshing.
 
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Nothing Gold by: Bissell Brothers Brewery. I don't get to drink it nearly enough. Practically impossible to get on the road because I think the brewery is the only place to get it. When housed up I used to trade other beers for it to a friend who went up to Maine a lot.

Best IPA I have ever had.
 

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Looooove me some Arrogant Bastard. Very strong and leaves a bitter taste (if you like that) in your mouth for a while.

Artisan Ales also makes some pretty tasty beers and their label illustrations are outta this world.

But if we are talking cheap beer, I definitely vote PBR or a 40 of miller high life
 
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Looooove me some Arrogant Bastard. Very strong and leaves a bitter taste (if you like that) in your mouth for a while.

Artisan Ales also makes some pretty tasty beers and their label illustrations are outta this world.

Artisan ales rule! Have you tried the Prarie bomb imperial stout? Killer.
 
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The 'Bomb! ' is super expensive but I buy a bottle every once in a while. 12-13% and aged on cacao, vanilla, coffee, and chile peppers
 

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