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rousetafarian

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invisiblekid

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captainarchive

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Currently drinking this. Malty Vinous sweetness. Citrus peel. Grapefruit. Pine resins. The finish is astringent and zesty. Bottle condition so needs careful pouring if you don't like a cloudy beer. I like it and go out of my way to pour out the sediment. Looks nicer and tastes better I think. AND it was only 99p from Home Bargains.

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captainarchive

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Couldn’t agree more, have you tried the been canned Hazy Jane yet?
Yes. I thought it was more restrained than the Brewdog Vs Cloudwater.

Hazy Jane: I got Mango & Pineapple. Citrus peel. Caramel sweetness. Passion fruit. The finish is piney and sweet. Quality and good but the collaboration was better.
 

captainarchive

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Having this now. Orange peel. Ginger. Soft fruit sweetness. Pine resins. The finish is resinous, with some sweetness and a little harsh. You can also taste the alchohol. I've tried they're 'Mosaic' which was real quality. This is just OK.
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zeppelino

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Wasn’t overly fond of the Mothership one. It just tasted bland to me.

Have some Brewdog x Cloudwater in for tomorrow, alongside a couple of Duvels.

One slight issue for me with these new ones is cost - £3/440ml is rich. I can get four Duvel for £6 and some don’t even come close.
 

captainarchive

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The second time I've tried this. Biscuit malts. Bready. There's some caramel sweetness. Herbal notes/sap. The finish is sappy bitter and sweet. I like it as much as the first try. 3.25 out of 5. I'm not sure what a Munchen lager is is but if they mean a pilsner then this is more of a Bock than a lager.
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rousetafarian

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Had a hankering for juicy NEIPA this weekend and finally, finally my local Co-op had Brew Dog East Coast Crush (4.8%) in stock 8 x 330 ml cans for £10.00, and it’s an absolute belter.

Dank, chewy and a little sediment to finish ff if you are into that kind of thing.

Next up is another Brewdog, this time it’s Hazy Jane 440ml at 7.2% (£3.00 from Tesco)

Two different taste profiles and difficult to choose a favourite
 

494930

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My local Tesco has finally gotten its act together. I'm now able to sample some of what everyone else has been drinking for the last 6 months.
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KyleS1

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Totally jealous of a lot of the beers in this thread recently. I’ve not posted for a while. Been mostly drinking red wine.
Got a few beers I should post up. Been using untappd to track them all.
 

captainarchive

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And. BD Instamatic. Tropical fruit sweetness. Pineapple. Rose petals. Citrus peel. Piney dank bitterness on the finish. 3 out of 5.
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