Lets hope it is on Mendip again.
As,long as there is some decent ale, not the Cheddar dishwater
Quote from: Ed on January 18, 2019, 10:00:17 pmAs,long as there is some decent ale, not the Cheddar dishwaterI'm sure as usual that the bar manager will be open to suggestions as to local brews once the venue has been confirmed. In fact if I recall the guest beer (Longdendale Lights) for last year was from a direct contact with a caver that works at Howard Town Brewery. Note that the data gained over many years shows that Potholer out sells any other brew by about 3 to 1. The other two Cheddar Ale brews change from year to year and always match or exceed the sales of the guest beer. In fact if every caver just tried one pint of the guest beer it would sell out on Fri night but it doesn't. In addition, Hidden Earth has a very good relationship with Cheddar Ales.Unmatchable rates for delivery and collection of empties any where in the country.An unmatchable returns policy for Hidden Earth.Cheddar Ales have never let Hidden Earth down, unlike a few of the local breweries that have done in the past. Maj.
There's no hops in northern beer........
Pot holer only sells well because of it's name. its not a very nice beer in my opinion it's just the go to beer. I find northern beers tend to be of better quality in general.
Quote from: Laurie on January 26, 2019, 12:10:48 amThere's no hops in northern beer........ Plenary of hippy northern brews. Just there are more traditional ales that don't rely on hops to.mask the fact cheaper ingredients.......wheat are used to a greater extentThere are, Laurie. Marstons IPA for example. There's just not the levels you find in Kentish ale....
Marstons isn't a northern brew.......it Midlands.
Quote from: Ed on January 26, 2019, 09:53:35 amMarstons isn't a northern brew.......it Midlands.It's north of Cheddar
NORTH WALES.just saying
Technicalities on breweries and beers aside, we can at least all agree that "the midlands" doesn't actually exist.The North is a region, but moreso a state of mind.
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