BRUNITE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HOTEL
I am started my Brunite experience at the Glasgow Hotel
Beginning with a Rocks Brewing Company; the Hangman I.P.A.
Then we had a Rocks Governer Golden Ale which I gad last time I was at is pub
I am staying at the Glasgow Arms, the rooms are quite large, have en suite and while being oldish pub style rooms, pretty good with everything you might want.
On the way to the Royal Albert Hotel called in to the PUMPHOUSE
I had the last ReAle in Kilt by Brewdog in the place, it also says product of Italy,May be a collaboration but I couldn’t read any more from the label
Very smokey , heaps muddy, maybe a touch sour or astringent, smokey aroma smokey flavour a it bit cloudy. I think a very nice beer .
also tried a Thunderbolt , Strong Ale touch musky taste
Started the proceedings with a Young Henrys Simply Red,,,,mild to taste a bit creamy, mid red ,not too hopped
Next tried the Shenanigans The Grisette , farmhouse ale session beer, very pale cloudy , lemmony colour slightly sour with a hint of citrus , grapefruit
I liked this beer quite a lot
Then a Stone And Wood Wet Hop Pacific. Ale ,, light coloured citrus grapefruit , citrus aromas throughout, I didn't find that the addition of the wet hobos over hopped this beef easy drinking , a good beer
Finished with the Ekim The. Vinlander, a bit rough taste to this beer I don't know about the rye but I might have expected the oats to smooth this beer out a bit , not sure about the " fruitier" , this is not my favourite of the night has a burnt acrid taste of coffee grounds.
I might have expected the place to be busier than it was, while got there pretty early and it did start to get going by the time we left it quietened by the time we left though it may have filled up again later in the night.
I have got to learn how to label photos taken with my ipad
I knew something was missing
After going back to the notes I have to add a couple of beers
PRICKLY MOSES FARMHOUSE ALE, Good stuff Farmhouse Ales
BATCH BREWING LUDWIG
And on Hand Pump
AUROURA BORRIALIS which I thought was a bit too sugary
YOUNG HENRYS HOP ALE