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Here's where you will find my musings (should that be ramblings) on beer and any other topics I feel like giving my opinion on.

Dr.ink of Fulham Part 2

This is the second part to my post about Dr.ink of Fulham, see the first here.

Course 3: Ragdo Pattis with Kernel Citra IPA and William Brothers Ginger

The Ragdo Pattis was a delicious green pea patti topped with chick peas and a tomato salsa. Supe...

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Dr.ink of Fulham Beer Supper Club

The fantastic Su-Lin (@sloLondon), who I met by chance at a whiskey tasting, invited us very kindly to try the new Supper Club at Dr.ink of Fulham. D.o.F. is a fantastic beer shop, located unsurprisingly in leafy Fulham, and I'd encourage you to chec...

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499th beer competition

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Well, What Ales You has been going for a while now.

Progress has been steady and now I've realised we're at our 499th beer.

To celebrate this, I've devised a small competition. To enter simply add a beer with a photo, description and review. I'll...

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What Ales You iPhone App

iPhone App out!

 

Get it on the App Store for free now.

 

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Well, the time has finally come to reveal the big news, there's an iPhone app out for What Ales You.

It allows you to add tasting notes about beers, specify where you're drinking them a...

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Brew Dog - No such thing as bad PR

Well I was going to try and stay away from the whole Brew Dog stories, not that I don't love their beers, but I feel a wee bit cynical about some of their tactics to rile up the "foaming at the mouth" press.

But I just did a random search for beer on ...

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Pubs of note - The Dovetail Farringdon

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After a few too many martinis around East London on a cold November night, we were looking for some hearty food ideally paired with copious amounts of beer to wash it down. After dismissing the nearby Zetter and The Modern Pantry (for lack of heart...

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Pubs of note - The Wells Hampstead

I thought a little section about noteworthy pubs would be a good idea, for obvious reasons. Although drinking at home is all very well and there are decent bottled beers out there now, there's still nothing quite like a well kept pint poured in a pro...

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English Beers and Ales - To warm or not to warm

There is a curious rumour around English beer, particularly from the other side of the Atlantic, that states that a true Englishman likes his beer warm, and perhaps his women cold. For example: Uncyclopeida, an American blog, even the bloody Australi...

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Brew dog - Believe the hype?

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Seemingly the biggest thing in the beer (and even normal) press has been the Scottish brewery Brew dog. Run by two young go-getters, James Watt and Martin Dickie, they have recently got investment from US-based Keith Greggor and Tony Foglio who gre...

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An introduction

Hello all, I thought before anything else perhaps I should introduce myself and describe my aims for this site.

My name is Daniel and I live in London (capital of the UK, not Ontario or any other naming coincidences). As well as being a technical wi...

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