I normally just praise one brewer and one beer. But this week I’m praising several beers from a single brewer; let me explain...
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What does £1.09 get you these days? Not much really, a bar of chocolate possibly? Perhaps a loaf of bread or a pint of milk? You’ll be hard pushed to buy a bag of cheese and onion in some places I reckon!
Ok, so we're only a few weeks in to my new ‘Beer of the Week’ articles and already I'm conscious of following a theme. Hoppy, fresh, citrusy, grapefruit, have all been used to describe the beers so far.
So, what is a Saison beer? Basically a Saison is a light bodied, crisp, dry beer and ideal for the summer months. But why only drink it in the summer? A Sasion is perfect all year round in my view.
As I sit here writing this week’s beer article, I’m feeling a little fuzzy to say the least. I’m nursing a slight hangover courtesy of Henry Burgers!