It was a dull and wet day in Borough, South East London, making the most of a break in the rain, I left my first port of call, The Kings Arms in Newcomen St. The Barman spotted me making a break for it. I knew once I had made it to the Royal Oak an… Continue reading Mighty Oak
In The Nags Head in Reading. Apocalyptic Thunder Juice from Amundsen, 6.5% keg.
BrewDog Reading, Zombie Cake ,a 5.0% nitrokeg Porter. Tasty but just a tad too cold.
Not a proper post but just off the cuff live reports of what’s going down my neck now. I’ll do these now and then. Revolutions Switch #16 , a Juicy pale beer of 4.5% abv featuring Olicana and Styrian Wolf hops. NBSS 3.5 +. Really nice in The Alfred.
I found myself in Hove the other day, Brightons less noisy neighbor,it is not without a certain charm though if you look in the right places. The weather forecast was dire with heavy rain ,high winds and thunderstorms predicted, as it happened it turned out nice. The sea was a bit choppy so I decided… Continue reading Backstreet Urchin
A very apt situation I find myself in, I’m currently in a railway arch in Hackney, its called The Experiment, a collaboration between Pressure Drop and Verdant, it’s also the first time I’ve attempted a live blog on my phone, a bit of an experiment you see, so it will be short and sweet. Well… Continue reading The Experiment
We were getting peckish and Paul had pinpointed The Swan as the place to go. It was a mostly downhill walk through the residential side streets, soon the pub was in sight and we homed in with the expectation of refueling. It was very busy inside, a couple of tables were empty but upon inspection… Continue reading Looking For Lunch In Lewes