Monthly Archives: March 2013

New(beer)sflash!

Afternoon all. The following bottles are now in stock: Brooklyn Pilsner, Brooklyn Dry Irish Stout, Struise Tsjeeses Reserva Port Barrel Aged 2011, Goose Island Bourbon County, Mikkeller Yeast Series: American Ale, Mikkeller Sort Gul Black IPA, Brains Craft Brewery Barry … Continue reading

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BEER FOCUS #2

Rooie Dop Chica Americana IPA, 330ml, 7.1% £8 In the words of the brewery… “At Rooie Dop, we don’t really care about styles. But this is our version of an American IPA. Classic example of the style? Fits perfectly into … Continue reading

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New(beer)sflash!

Bonjour. We have new bottles for you. These are as follows… Brand new to us… Struise Westoek XX Flemish Triple Ale, Sharp’s Honey Spiced Tripel, Blanche de Namur. Back in stock… Redchurch Hoxton Stout, Kernel IPA (Amarillo) Dominion Hop Mountain … Continue reading

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Flying Dog update

Hello all… Some good/bad news regarding our Flying Dog tap takeover which we had originally slated for Wednesday 27 March… The bad news first – it has been postponed and will NOT be taking place on the 27th. The good … Continue reading

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Toccalmatto!

Afternoon all… We’re rather excited to announce that The Rake is the first bar in London to receive delivery of two kegs from Toccalmatto of Italy. These are… Big Lager – 6.6% Imperial Pils brewed with Citra, Nelson and Stella. … Continue reading

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New(beer)sflash!

Afternoon, time to clue you all in on the new bottled beers we have in stock… Goose Island Pepe Nero, Goose Island Pere Jacques, Beavertown Alpha Series: 2.1 Saison, Partizan IPA Citra/Amarillo, Partizan Pale Ale Wakatu, Wild Beer Co Fresh, … Continue reading

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Rebellion Updated

Afternoon all – some more concrete details for the Rebel Brewing Co. night this Monday: There will be 5 casks, not 6 as originally trumpeted – this is due to the fact that I can’t count, rather than any skullduggery … Continue reading

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