A very good day to you all, its Wednesday again already and we are now in December! (Hoooorayyyy)

Have you all opened up your first door on your Advent Calendar!

I really hope you’ve been enjoying my latest content, if you think my previous posts were amazing, well you are going to be in for a treat for the next month.

It’s nearly Christmas, and I’ve got some fantastic posts lined up to get you all into that Christmas Spirit.

A very happy weekend to you all, I hope all of my amazing followers have had a fantastic week, I still cannot believe myself that is less than a month until Christmas!

I mean where has this year gone, to say that we’ve been in a pandemic and had to cope through lockdowns, 2020 is nearing an end and we can truthfully say to one and other, we all can’t wait for 2021 to arrive!

It’s Wednesday once again, and I am back today for another exciting whisky post on a tremendous Virtual Whisky Festival, I took part in two weeks ago.

As a lot of my followers will already know, I have a huge passion for whisky and this really started when me and Isobel got together, her father passed all the knowledge and passion onto me!

I know you can buy your standard whiskies from supermarkets such as Jack Daniels, The Famous Grouse and Bell’s!

But, I love proper whisky, those whiskies which provide enormous amounts of flavour and character, its those type of whiskies which are matured in many different oak barrels and finally its the type of whiskies which are distilled at some of the finest distilleries around the UK!

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Hello to you all and once again its the weekend, I am today super excited because me and my family are getting into the Christmas spirit by putting up our decorations.

I just thought after the year we’ve had with the pandemic that’s gone on, we decided to put them up early and mum has already said we are going all out this year with the lights and decorations.

We all know that we’ve got to remain positive and just think that 2021 will be a better year, I am deeply missing my girlfriend Isobel so much, but I know now it won’t be too long until we are reunited.

Hello to you all, I really hope you’ve all had a fantastic weekend and that you are enjoying this week so far!

Saturday night, I took part in a virtual whisky sampling event which was proudly hosted by The GlenAllachie Distillery, which was amazing, so keep your eyes peeled, as I will be posting a review post towards the start of next week!

It’s finally Wednesday, and it’s time for a Hump Day classic on a beautiful beer that I bought last week and sampled and I will say this one is a cracker!


It’s the weekend everyone, I hope that you’ve all had a tremendous week!

I’ve had a decent week to be fair, I have been going out for daily walks, just so that I can enjoy the fresh air, I’ve also been doing some bits of Christmas Wrapping (which is early for me).

Finally, I’ve been concentrating on my blog and bringing it back up to scratch, and I am hoping that you as my followers are enjoying all of my content.

I am really looking to bringing you this post, which is on an outstanding whisky called: Tomatin 2009 Aged 10 Years!

So sit back, relax and enjoy!

Happy Hump Day all, I really hope you are having a fantastic week so far!

As you would have more than likely seen in my last post, I actually relaunched my blog! It’s been a while since I’ve done some blogging and to be truthfully honest I’ve really missed it.

My last post was on the most fruitiest IPAs, I have ever sampled, Elvis Juice which is proudly brewed by The Brewdog Brewing Company.

If you haven’t had chance to check out this post, you can do so by clicking here:


Hello everyone, I am proud to say The Cask Connoisseur is back for good, I have taken a couple of months off blogging, this was purely my own choice.

However, I am now ready to strike back and bring my blog page back up to scratch once again, I have missed it, and I have dearly missed you all. 

Hello everyone, it’s been a while since my last post, I am trying to provide content for you all as best as possible, it has been difficult at times, but I am here today with a fresh and brand new post.

Before we start though, I want to question to you all, on how well you’ve all been keeping, there are still challenges going on, and we all have to admit its been a difficult year, but we all have to keep going and remain positive. 

I have found though some slightly different techniques to deliver some of my beer posts, originally, I would sample beers at a variety of different pubs and provide content on each.

Hello September, how are we today?

The British Summer is sadly nearly over!

This also means, that the seasonal change for beer is happening, we are having to say a farewell to the glorious fruity/sweet light beers, and now say hello to the warming and delicious dark beers, my personal favourite are the stouts.

I adore a stout in the winter, the main reason is that I can enjoy a gorgeous pint of beer whilst relaxing in front of the fire watching a classical Christmas film, I know its only September but December will be here before you know it, I’m sorry to say that.