After taking a two-week break just to focus on two beers that were part of my own stash: Spitfire Kentish Ale and Dark Drake! I am now happy to announce that I am returning to my Brews Of The World st
Hello to you all, I hope you’ve all had a fantastic week, it’s crazy to think we’re halfway through February already, it’s unreal to think it will be March in a couple of weeks, springtime is approaching and the longer days will start to take place.
I’m looking forward to this weekend, it’s Valentines Day on Sunday, myself and Isobel have agreed to do a virtual film date with each other, we’ve both decided we’re going to carry on watching Harry Potter. It may be slightly different, but we’ve got to stay safe, but I am really looking forward to it!
In my previous post, I talked about a marvellous beer which is brewed by a fantastic microbrewery (Burton Town Brewery), Modwena Oatmeal Stout (4.8% ABV) is a classical stout which has beautiful flavours of roasted malt and chocolate, it’s an amazing beer and certainly a stout I highly recommend!
Hello to you all, the weekend has come round once again, its quite crazy to think we are halfway through the first month of 2021 already!
I would like to say a massive thank you to all of my followers who wished me a Happy Birthday on Tuesday, I had a fantastic day and celebrated it well in Lockdown Style.
Isobel bought me a hamper which contained traditional bar snacks and two bottles of beer, it was so unexpected and a massive surprise to open up, I can’t wait to try some of the treats that are packed into the hamper, especially the beer!
Wow, so I’ve just realised, it’s been nine months since I started up my own personal blog, I truly can’t believe how quick it’s gone, but one thing I can definitely tell you is that I am enjoying blogging so much, I have to send a massive thanks to my girlfriend Isobel, who insisted I started up my own blog!
At the start of my blogging story, I started off small, I only focused on local beers, then I added more content in, next, came along the makeover, which I did personally spend some money on it, but its all worth it!
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!
Happy Hump Day to you all, I really hope you’re having a fantastic week so far, it’s crazy to think that it’s nearly the weekend.
You may well remember a couple of weeks ago I did a post on Thornbridge Brewery if you want to check out this post just click here:
Happy Friday to you all, another week has swiftly gone by and we can proudly say it’s nearly the weekend!
However, I am also feeling sad but relieved at the same time as I was meant to be going on holiday in a weeks time to Spain, but because of the Coronavirus Pandemic, our holiday has sadly been cancelled.
I am as I said relieved because I don’t feel safe enough going abroad especially that the virus is still around hopefully next year I might be able to plan something if it’s safe!
Woooo hoooo, it’s Friday, I hope you’ve all had a splendid week, I can’t believe how warm it has been, perfect weather to try a couple of beers whilst chilling in the deck chair in the garden.
Furthermore, with today’s post, you will certainly want to indulge into this whilst sitting outside in the sun, my next beer post is on Disco Forklift Truck!