Port Charlotte – Islay Barley 2011

It’s time for a Whisky Wednesday post and this tremendous single malt is an absolute classic and a perfect tipple to indulge in whilst sitting outside in the sun.

Today’s post is on Port Charlotte – Islay Barley 2011

Slater’s Ales Brewery

Happy Monday Morning to all of my tremendous followers, I hope you’ve all had a fantastic weekend, I was extremely chuffed to bits on Saturday after purchasing a new bike to help with work commuting and leisurely exercise.

I’ve also been indulging into many beers from my honest brew mixed case that I bought last week, there are some cracking beers inside and I am in the process of producing the review posts for you all to see.

The Crewe & Harpur

Well, what a week it’s been!

We’ve had sunshine, thunderstorms and rain, the lightning on Tuesday night was absolutely crazy in my hometown.

Now, though we can forget about the horrible weather and look forward to a fabulous weekend coming up.

Craigellachie 2011 46% ABV (Aged 9 Years)

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.

London Porter 5.0% ABV

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.

Titanic Brewery

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.

Summerton Whisky Festival – Virtual

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

The Green Man – Country Pub Review

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

Muirhouse Brewery

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.