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Hi,
Had a new beer the other night but there was no brewer on the label. Can anyone help?
Championship Ale 4.2% (had English cross of St George on it)
Thanks.
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News Clara
Championship Ale? I do not know ant British beer with that name. I know one American seasonal ale called: Frozen Tundra Chapionship Ale brewed by an awarded brewpub called J.T. Whitney in Madison, Wisconsin. Kuaska www.kuaska.it "News Clara" ha scritto nel messaggio news:1072982638.30386.0@eunomia.uk.clara.net... > Hi, > > Had a new beer the other night but there was no brewer on the label. Can > anyone help? > > Championship Ale 4.2% (had English cross of St George on it) > > Thanks. > >
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kuaska
News Clara1/1/04 6:25 PM > Hi, > > Had a new beer the other night but there was no brewer on the label. Can > anyone help? > > Championship Ale 4.2% (had English cross of St George on it)
Don't know it.
There's "Bombardier" of course from Charles Wells with a prominent red cross of St George on the pump label - 4.3% - and it has won awards.
CR
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Chris Rockcliffe
"Chris Rockcliffe" ha scritto nel messaggio news:BC1A25F0.2C4F5%chrisrockcliffe@scripto99.demon.co.uk... > News Clara1/1/04 6:25 PM > > > Hi, > > > > Had a new beer the other night but there was no brewer on the label. Can > > anyone help? > > > > Championship Ale 4.2% (had English cross of St George on it) > > Don't know it. > > There's "Bombardier" of course from Charles Wells with a prominent red cross > of St George on the pump label - 4.3% - and it has won awards. > > CR
Bombardier is available on draught in Italy. It is served too cold & nitrokegged: no good!
Luckily actually in my country is possible to find a lot of British bottle conditioned ales and above all six Real Ales served hadpump. Six real ales are on rotation (changing every two months): Robinson's Frederics Premium, St Peter's Strong Ale, Black Sheep, Gale's HSB, Hop Back's Summer Lighting, Orkney's Red Mc Gregor they are served in perfect conditions in some pubs, in awful conditions in other pubs it depend of the publican of course, some are trained, some others not! The best: Mulligan's Pub in Milano. Lorenzo
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kuaska
> > Luckily actually in my country is possible to find a lot of British > bottle conditioned ales and above all six Real Ales served hadpump. > Six real ales are on rotation (changing every two months): > Robinson's Frederics Premium, St Peter's Strong Ale, Black Sheep, > Gale's HSB, Hop Back's Summer Lighting, Orkney's Red Mc Gregor > they are served in perfect conditions in some pubs, in awful > conditions in other pubs > it depend of the publican of course, some are trained, some others > not! > The best: Mulligan's Pub in Milano. > Lorenzo
Great stuff but are there no local versions of this type of beer? If not have you considered set up a micro yourself?
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Brett...
"Brett..." ha scritto nel messaggio > > > > > Luckily actually in my country is possible to find a lot of British > > bottle conditioned ales and above all six Real Ales served hadpump. > > Six real ales are on rotation (changing every two months): > > Robinson's Frederics Premium, St Peter's Strong Ale, Black Sheep, > > Gale's HSB, Hop Back's Summer Lighting, Orkney's Red Mc Gregor > > they are served in perfect conditions in some pubs, in awful > > conditions in other pubs > > it depend of the publican of course, some are trained, some others > > not! > > The best: Mulligan's Pub in Milano. > > Lorenzo > > Great stuff but are there no local versions of this type of beer? If not > have you considered set up a micro yourself? > > -- > Brett
Only one craft brewer (Agostino Arioli of Birrificio Italiano) brews a seasonal real ale called "Cinnamon Ale"
I am only a humble professional taster so I will never brew a beer or set up a micro I honestly want to taste and judge beers making some good friends and some enemies too!
Lorenzo
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kuaska
>> >> Great stuff but are there no local versions of this type of beer? If >> not have you considered set up a micro yourself? >> >> -- >> Brett > > > Only one craft brewer (Agostino Arioli of Birrificio Italiano) > brews a seasonal real ale called "Cinnamon Ale" > > I am only a humble professional taster > so I will never brew a beer or set up a micro > I honestly want to taste and judge beers > making some good friends and some enemies too! >
That has never stopped most of the brewers I've known :-) Seriously as there seems to be a market for CC beer in your region, I am surprised that more micros haven't sprung up.
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>Seriously as there seems to be a market for CC beer in your region, I am >surprised that more micros haven't sprung up. > Well there are quite a few micros in northern Italy, some of them churning out excellent stuff, but most of them use gas pressure on all their beers. Some do bottle-condition their products, though, notably Baladin and Lambrate...
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The Submarine Captain
Hi I think it's a Wychwood brew. Always the opportunists. Was it draught (as in pump clip label) or bottled? If bottled it is usually a giveaway that there is a flying witch moulded into the bottle above the label. > Hi, > > Had a new beer the other night but there was no brewer on the label. Can > anyone help? > > Championship Ale 4.2% (had English cross of St George on it) > > Thanks. > >
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Peter Johnston
> Hi > I think it's a Wychwood brew. Always the opportunists. > Was it draught (as in pump clip label) or bottled? If bottled it is usually > a giveaway that there is a flying witch moulded into the bottle above the > label. > > "News Clara" wrote in message > news:1072982638.30386.0@eunomia.uk.clara.net... > > Hi, > > > > Had a new beer the other night but there was no brewer on the label. Can > > anyone help? > > > > Championship Ale 4.2% (had English cross of St George on it) > > > > Thanks.
I had this too the other day (draught) and there was nothing on the pump clip at all.
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