He-e-ere we go

Beer #2: Desperado Verde

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I actually don’t think this was the second one but too many to get into.

ABV: 4.7%

What? Another cynical cash-in into the ‘summer’ lager category.
Lager, tequila, mint & lime.

Verdict: Inoffensive BBQ drop. 6/10


Beer #3: Tyskie

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Tyskie – a classic polish lager. Cheap but definitely not nasty.

ABV: 5.6%

Verdict: Can’t go wrong with Tyskie 7/10


Beer #4 Saint Premium

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Hails from Manchester

ABV: 4.6%

Meh 5/10


Beer #5 Pauwel Kwak

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Now we’re talking! Pauwel Kwak is a sweet creamy amber coloured nectar and is a fine example of Belgian Beer at it’s best.

ABV:8.4%

First tasted at Hotel du Vin served in the traditional wooden stand and bell glass. This is one of the best beers I’ve ever tasted. 9/10


Beer #6: Limburgh Wheat

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Local goodness! From a guy who brews in his garage, the Ashley Down Brewery is homegrown and tasty. You won’t find this in Tesco but if you’re eagle-eyed around Bristol you may find a few here and there on tap. 8/10


Beer #7 Goose Island Honkers Ale

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An American bitter to accompany big ass burgers at Atomic Burger. 7/10

ABV: 4.3%


Beer #8: Efes Pilsen

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The pride of Turkey, a fresh flavoured Pilsener perfect for Mezze 7/10

ABV: 5%



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