Category Archives: 366 days of beer

  1. 366 Days Of Beer, Final Summary

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    31 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Wow, what a year. Such a range of beers and most of them were good. I get asked a lot …
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  2. 366 Days Of Beer, Top 5 December

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    31 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Mornington – Imperial Stout Holgate – Empress Nail Ale – Australian Pale Ale Northdown & Beer Here – Cool Hops …
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  3. 366 Days Of Beer, Update December

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    31 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Day 336. Moon Dog – Black Lung II. Lots of smoke a whisky flavour that works well with the malt. …
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  4. Anniversary Ale – 2010

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    31 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Murray’s, 10.0%. Rich and bold beer. Wheat and barley wine and very strong. Alcohol is hidden very well and no bite …
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  5. Vintage Ale 2012

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    30 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Prickly Moses, 4.8%. A very very sweet and rich flavour beer. Aged in pinot noir barrels for a big grape taste. …
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  6. Red Admiral – Celtic Red Ale

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    29 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Red Duck, 6.2%. Really impressive red ale. Lots of dark plum/cherry fruit flavour with a strong malt backing. Smooth and easy …
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  7. Garden Ale

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    28 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Stone & Wood, 3.8%. Some strange herbs and flowers went into this beer and you can tell. For a beer that …
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  8. Brown Ale (Jamieson)

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    27 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Jamieson, 4.9%. Was hoping for a little more from this. Maybe there could of been some big flavours and body. Not …
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  9. Christmas Ale

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    26 Dec 2012 by mikey

    Red Hill, 8.3%. Tasty darker style ale with a bit of a bite. Fair amount of spice that lasts well after …
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  10. Saison Noel

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    25 Dec 2012 by mikey

    La Sirene, 6.5%. Darker and more spicy than a normal saison. Not very sour and a bit malty. Quite dry and …
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