Happy Whisky Wednesday to you all, it’s halfway through the week already, just 2 more days to go and then we will be into the weekend, let’s hope it hurries up!

I’ve got a tremendous treat of a post today which is focused on my first ever whisky I’ve ever sampled in my whole life.

Monday is once again back around, if only we could just rewind the clock back to Friday night again, sadly we can’t!

I do hope though you’ve all had a tremendous weekend and enjoyed spending some lovely time outside in the sun.

I am immensely proud to be nominated for one of these Blogger Awards for the first time ever. This time it is the Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award, which I have been nominated for by Adam over at Dad Does Autism

Adam is a tremendous and inspirational blogger who always wants to bring joy, happiness throughout his posts.

The rules of this award

Thank the person who has nominated you and provide a link back to his/her blog.

  • Answer your nominator’s questions
  • Nominate up to 9 other bloggers and ask them new questions
  • Notify your nominees by visiting and commenting on their blog
  • List the rules and display the “Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award” logo

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Ideal Inspiration. Blogger Award

Provide the Link to the Award creator

Now onto Adam’s questions..

What was your first job?

My first job was working at The National Brewery Centre which is a tremendous museum in Staffordshire which demonstrates the importance of The UKs Brewing Industry, this was where my passion for the industry started to grow.

If you could be any other animal other than a human, what would you choose to be?

This is a really good question!

To be fair I would love to be a bird, just because you can fly around and you can explore many places without having to pay for a ticket.

What is your favourite genre of music?

I totally love the 80s, sometimes when I listen to the music I always wished that I was at the concert seeing the band perform. Queen is my ultimate favourite band!

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

This has to be Italy, I love all the classical Roman buildings like the Colosseum.

I am hoping one day in my life, I can actually go to Italy and explore the whole country.

If you could choose one blogger to guest post on your blog, who would you choose?

There are so many bloggers out in the world, this question is a difficult one!

However, I would personally say Beer Reviews just because this page provides some terrific beer-related reviews and it always makes me want to buy new beers that I haven’t sampled before.

My Questions to the nominees

  1. Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
  2. What got you into blogging?
  3. Where is the best place in the world, you’ve visited?
  4. Your favourite alcoholic drink?
  5. If you could meet someone famous or a celebrity, who would it be?

My nominees

Isobel @ Castles And Turrets relives the history into some of the most amazing Stately Homes that are around the country. Furthermore, there is always happiness provided through her blog when she delivers an Inspiration Quote to bring positiveness to life.

Charlie @ Escapades Of A Bookworm, I probably don’t read books that much, but Charlie’s blog brings a fantastic vibe into the world of reading, her posts are incredible if you’re looking for a specific book as she covers all genres on her blog.

Mark @ Mark’s Travel Journal, Now I love travel blogs so much and what Mark’s blog provides is tremendous, I mean I know we can’t go anywhere at the minute but looking at his posts just brings a virtual and reality view to your screen, he has incredibly made me write a list on some of the fantastic places he has been to. This blog is worth a checkout everyone!

Kalin @ Abundance Of Flavor, I love cooking and I do cook for the family occasionally, but what Kalin provides is some of the most exquisite dishes that you can easily make. Every time she does a new post, it does certainly make me very hungry and I’ve took ideas forward and hoping to start making some of my own creative dishes.

That concludes my Nominees for the Ideal Inspirational Blogger Award, I do really enjoy blogging and I really enjoy looking at everyone’s posts on their blog pages.

Don’t forget to check out Adams Page which is Dad Does Autism.

You will be totally be blown away by all of his posts!

Cheers

The Cask Connoisseur

 

 

You may well remember in my last ale review post, I studied a tremendous beer which you can check out here Titanic Plum Porter. 

Now, I thought it was only right to my next post on the brewery where this marvellous beer is brewed.

Happy Whisky Wednesday!

However, this post will be slightly different from other posts and I will admit that this will be a slightly longer post than normal.

Today’s post is on The Summerton Whisky Festival

Happy Tuesday Morning everyone, I hope you all had a fantastic weekend, my main focus was to do loads of blogging and to promote my new website and it turned out to be successful.

Let’s move on to today’s post!

Normally I don’t tend to buy canned ales from supermarkets but on the other hand, when I was in the Sainsburys Local a couple of weeks back, I came across this pale ale in a very artistic look can.

Today’s post is on Neck Oil Session IPA which is brewed by Beavertown Brewery

Now, you’ve got to admit, there is nothing better than a lovely and small rustic-style country pub.

I mean they just fill you up with pure joy, excitement and it provides you with that happiness feel that you’re in such a fantastic place.

That’s what today’s post is on, a perfect and adorable little Country Pub called The Green Man

Hello to you all, I hope you’re keeping yourselves well and safe during the lockdown!

Just before I get onto the next post, I want to mention that the former ales and breweries blog has successfully been rebranded to The Cask Connoisseur – I also now have got a tremendous new website and I’ve got plenty of content posts to keep you all occupied over the next coming week.

Hello to my wonderful followers, I hope you all had a fantastic weekend, I certainly did by sure (haha).

On Saturday I took part in a Virtual Whisky Festival with Isobel’s Dad, which was very fun, there was a lot of whiskies consumed, but luckily I made notes on everything.

Hello everyone, I hope you all had a fantastic Bank Holiday weekend, it certainly was a glorious one.

I was very lucky to try out some new refreshing beers that I’ve never come across before, they all certainly did taste absolutely tremendously.