If you know me or of me, you will know I like beer. Over the last few years I have been collecting photos of every new beer I have.
I now have over 2,000 individual beers photographed and have realised that many beers that I assumed I have photos of, I haven't.

This blog will be therefore be an account of my quest for new beers to photo and how I enjoyed them (or not).
My email is ralphgant@sky.com.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

la Goudale, Beers

This is the beer that I had missed and not posted on here, together with another from the same brewery in France.

Gayant, la Goudale Witt-Blanche from France

Gayant, la Goudale Witt-Blanche, France Gayant, la Goudale Witt-Blanche, France

4.9% pale cloudy yellow colour colour with a thin head, bit of citrus in the aroma, slightly sweet citrus taste, not bad at all if you are looking for something different.

Gayant, La Goudale from France

Gayant, La Goudale, France Gayant, La Goudale, France

7.2%, gold colour with a thin head, malty and hoppy aroma, slightly fruity taste, you can taste the alcohol but it is nice. It does come in larger 75cl bottles as well.

This is what I wrote in France when I first had this one.  Drank it out of the bottle whilst barbecuing, so do not know about the colour or head, drank all six, so do not know anything else about it either.    I do remember saying that I would not buy it again.

Last Weeks Ordinary Beers

Last weekend we only had two new beers but we did have plenty more that we had had before and liked very much indeed.  One of these "plenty more" beers has not been covered before and there was no photo of it ether, very strange, just shows how my brain has been effected.

I will cover that other one in a new post but the first two were very very ordinary.

Baytown, Baytown Bitter from England

Baytown, Baytown Bitter, England Baytown, Baytown Bitter, England

4.0% amber colour with a good head, quite a good normal bitter aroma and taste.

Direct Beers, Knob Head from England

Direct Beers, Knob Head, England Direct Beers, Knob Head, England

4.8% gold in colour with a thin head, looks and tastes like lager.