Tag: ola dubh
I like to think that I’m a dutiful friend. I am often asked to help people move house and I’m now very good at coming up with convincing excuses as to why I’m unable to assist. But try as I might I couldn’t come up with a reason not to help out Jason of Whisky [...]
Posted: February 13th, 2011 under Beer, Tastings.
Tags: 12 days, adventinus, brewdog, chaos theory, coopers, dark island, eisbock, fullers, harviestoun, hook norton, kernel, london brewers alliance, london pride, meantime, monkmans, ola dubh, paradox, prototype 27, tokyo, white ale?, x33, yorkshire
Christmas is traditionally a time of over indulgence and I am far from being someone who wants to buck tradition (any excuse). There may have been turkey, pies, bologneses and casseroles over the festive period, but much more importantly there has been booze. Here’s what I’ve been drinking: Beer My friend Mr Utobeer came through [...]
Posted: December 26th, 2009 under Beer, Whisky, Wine.
Tags: arran, brewdog, buffalo trace, glencadam, harviestoun, highland park, homebrew, merlot, Montepulciano d'abruzzo, naked wine, nick, ola dubh, paradox, shiraz, syrah, utobeer
Being a whisky fan as well as a lover of scottish beer (of which there are increasingly more and more good examples of) this jumped out when I heard it was appearing – a Harviestoun beer matured in casks that had previously held Highland Park whisky. The SMWS got a few bottles in for general [...]
Posted: December 16th, 2009 under Beer, Whisky.
Tags: harviestoun, highland park, innis and gunn, ola dubh, old engine oil, smws