Posts Tagged ‘wetherspoons’

This week I want to kick off with one of my favourite brewers, Greene King, those purveyors of high quality unique beer who freely encourage a wide choice of guest beers in their tied pubs.  You may detect a large pinch of sarcasm in that last sentence.    The sight of a pub having three Greene […]

Welcome back to the tap room for the first time in 2013 and I hope Christmas and New Year treated you all well. Brighouse residents can’t have not noticed the temporary closure of the Ship Inn just before Christmas.  There was no explanation for this unexpected event leading to rumour and conjecture, turning to relief […]

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Wetherspoons Beer Festival in Brighouse and sample a couple of the American Craft Brews I mentioned earlier in the month, and I am glad to report that they were both nice beers. The Mordue Red Rye Riwaka and Odell Ninety Schilling had a nice amount of hops […]

After 2 weeks in Majorca, Its good to back in the UK, at least in one sense, some variation in beer taste.  Although Mahou, Cruzcampo, Estrelle Damn and San Miguel are decent beers, after a week of exclusively drinking them, their taste does seem to merge into a generic “lager” flavour which stays with you […]