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Maybe you should reach out to Patrick Rue at The Bruery. Sounds like the kind of thing he'd use.
I like them too.
The first time I had Tetley's I thought it was the best beer I ever drank.
One that I don't like is Bass.
The only cask ale I've had was from the local Iron Hill an "English Session Ale" it is one of my all time favorites.
I have a 4% abv bitter waiting for room in the keg fridge.
The more I read the posts on this forum, the more I wonder if I'm in the minority. So, I have to ask. Does anyone else out there like just normal, plain old traditional English-type Ales? I see lots of discussions on high alcohol barley wines but I just don't have a taste for them. I see lots of talk about American style IPAs with all of their fruity, citrusy C hops which I am fine with and do enjoy on occasion but I certainly can't spend a whole night drinking these. There's just too much there. Maybe the hard core lupulin addicts out there can do it but not me.
It is about a year old (but kept at constant 36 F in the fridge). I know the counts are down, but I plan to use it anyway--I'm going to toss it into a 1 L starter flask tonight or tomorrow.