Had a busy weekend
Friday, in the Smiths with Trev and Pat as usual but for a change also had food in there, it was, two main meals for £10, so we had sliced peppered beef with vegetables and home made chips. Unfortunately it was just the same old beers though.
Saturday, visit to Jonathan and Lorraine's for a BBQ, only it rained so we had it inside using the grill but it was very nice anyway. We did however have three new beers, although one was only a renamed beer and we also had a few old favorites.
I have already reviewed two of them Broughton, Greenmantle Ale and Tirril, Red Barn but the third one was,
Wychwood, Scarecrow from England
4.7% amber colour with a thin head, sweet caramel aroma, nice toffee and vanilla taste.
Apparently the export name for, Wychwood, Circlemaster, if it is the same beer, why did I like this and not the other.
Sunday, Fathers Day, is there a better excuse to go to the pub, so after visiting my Man and Dot's Mam and Dad, we met up with Mick and Bren in the Fish, for a beer. We had more that one and we also won the quiz, it was a good night. There was also a beer that I had no photo for, even though I have had it before,
Camerons, Best Bitter from England
3.6% amber colour with a good head, sort of a weaker version of Strongarm but still very good.