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Posted Wednesday, March 6, 2013 7:17 AM
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usually an Asda shopper myself.
Never mind. I'm sure things'll turn around for you any day now.
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I am calling it a day. I will head to Black Raven http://blackravenbrewing.com/ to down a pint of their Totem Ale (or two).

BTW, the linked page gives you a good example of an area covered by a Pacific Northwest microbrewery.
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I am calling it a day. I will head to Black Raven http://blackravenbrewing.com/ to down a pint of their Totem Ale (or two).

BTW, the linked page gives you a good example of an area covered by a Pacific Northwest microbrewery.


Oregon ales used to be available over here a few years ago. Oddbin's and the beer stall in Borough Market, London. I've had their Hazelnut Brown Ale, Dead Guy Ale, Shakespeare Stout and all were unforgettably good. They're not session ales, most of them are 6% or more. Right there on your doorstep, Revenant.


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Just stumbled across this post, and loving the replies. Many a new beer for me to try!

My favourite has got to be Samuel Adams. It's from Boston I think, and tastes just divine! Highly recommended!
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Just stumbled across this post, and loving the replies. Many a new beer for me to try!

My favourite has got to be Samuel Adams. It's from Boston I think, and tastes just divine! Highly recommended!


Sam Adams is from Boston but which one do you like. They make a number of beers.


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It's official, I've switched from Foster's to Smithwick's, which is a Guinness beer.




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It's official, I've switched from Foster's to Smithwick's, which is a Guinness beer.


Smithwick's is one my favorites too!!!!


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It's official, I've switched from Foster's to Smithwick's, which is a Guinness beer.


Smithwick's is one my favorites too!!!!


I like rich, strong, red, beers, but not too strong (like Guinness itself). Smithwick's and Foster's may not be red beers, but they're close to the same quality of a typical red beer.

The odd part is, I've been drinking Foster's for decades now and finally found something better (here in the American market anyway). But at times, Foster's can be kind of skunky - I don't know why unless it's old or abused in shipping at times. But Smithwick's is always good - at least so far.

(Edit for bad English...)


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It's official, I've switched from Foster's to Smithwick's, which is a Guinness beer.


Smithwick's is one my favorites too!!!!


I like rich, strong, red, beers, but not too strong (like Guinness itself). Smithwick's and Foster's may not be red beers, but they're close to the same quality of a typical red beer.

The odd part is, I've been drinking Foster's for decades now and finally found something better (here in the American market anyway). But at times, Foster's can be kind of skunky - I don't know why unless it's old or abused in shipping at times. But Smithwick's is always good - at least so far.

(Edit for bad English...)


I too like strong beers. I prefer the dark beers to the reds myself. My favorite is Guinness Draught. I like it better than the extra stout. I have been drinking Smithwick's for years and it never disappoints!!! I used to be able to find Beamish stout but haven't seen it here in the Midwest for a long time.


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