For my birthday, we had a few days in York (not unusual) and had a few new draft beers, although on the first day I had beers I have had before, they had just changed the labels. So I will start on the second day of our trip away and to fit it all in, I have also had to split the drinks from this trip into two parts.
Another thing is that I did not bother taking my camera out with me, so all of the photos are taken with my phone.
Camerons, Black Forest Gateaux from England
5.5% black in colour with a nice head, it had a nice stout and fruit aroma and a very nice slightly sweet fruity stout taste.
Some stouts I have had over the last few weeks have been wonderful and nothing like the stout that most people know, Guinness, witch has put me off stouts for years.
Adnems, Old Ale from England
4.1% deep amber in colour with a nice head, slightly fruity aroma and bitter with a hint of chocolate taste.
Rat, White Rat from England
4.0% pail gold in colour with a thin head, a citrus hop aroma and a very similar taste
Evan Evans, Grand Cru from Wales
4.4% gold in colour with a nice head, not much aroma and the taste was slightly malt.
Ossett, Treacle Stout from England
5.0% black in colour with a good head, a deep caramel and malt aroma, with a roasted malt taste.
Oakham, Attila from England
7.5% gold in colour with a good head, hop and fruit aroma and a fruity taste.