Tag Archives: 3 Ravens

  1. Bitter Sweet – Double Indian Pale Ale

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    9 Dec 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 9.6%. This is a huge double IPA. Massive bitterness and big hop fruit. Very dry finish. The alcohol is …
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  2. Fed X

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    5 Nov 2012 by mikey

    Prickly Moses / Holgate / 3 Ravens, 5.2%. A dark Australian ale. A very dry IPA but not as bitter as …
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  3. Double Ale Noir

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    31 Oct 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 6.5%. This is one complex beer. While it’s cold there’s a softness and sweet lasting taste. The body holds …
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  4. Errol Flynn – Best Bitter

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    15 Sep 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 5.5%. A great example of an English style best. This has just the right amount of bitterness with strong …
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  5. Prussian Porter

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    6 Sep 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 8.0%. Hrmm, nice Oak Barrel-Aged Imperial Porter. Rich dark flavour. Nice sort of smoky goodness, no creamy porter here. …
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  6. Golden – Altbier

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    25 Apr 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 5.0%. A great balanced beer. Plenty of malt and good hop flavour. Not heavy, so you can keep going …
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  7. 55 – American Pale Ale

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    22 Apr 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 5.5%. Great malt balanced with hops. Flavour that lasts, and easy enough to be a session beer.

  8. White – Witbier

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    21 Apr 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 5.2%. Easy, low flavour, simple wheat beer. Nothing special.

  9. Dark – Smoke Beer

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    19 Apr 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 5.2%. For a smoke beer there’s not a huge amount of smoke flavour. But, that’s a good thing. It …
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  10. English Ale – Bronze

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    17 Apr 2012 by mikey

    3 Ravens, 4.6%. Wow, what a great little beer this is. Wonderfully balanced malts and hops. This is a bronze style …
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