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SCOTTISH MOUNTAIN DEW.

Advantages: Tasty, light and rich.
Disadvantages: You may not appreciate it after another strong tasting drink!

We had a really nice time at Easter. A few days off work, my brother was visiting from London AND there was a beer festival being held all weekend at one of my favourite pubs! Our branch of CAMRA’s (Campaign for Real Ale) pub of the Year this year was t ...

tange 16.04.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Black Cuillin

Reach For The SKYE

Advantages: Tasty session ale - wide appeal
Disadvantages: It rains a lot in Skye, and don't get me started on the midgies

...Last night I dreamed I went to Mander...oops, copyright infringement alert. Take 2: Last night I dreamed I went 'over the sea to Skye' and tackled some of the Black Cuillin. Not surprising really, as the previous evening I slipped on my hiking boots and ...

proxam 07.05.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Black Cuillin

Slainte mha!

Advantages: Tasty and has a lovely colour.
Disadvantages: Not as nice as the Black Cuillin.

A while ago (April to be precise ~ doesn’t time fly?) I wrote about an excellent dark beer called Black Cuillin; a beer produced in Scotland. I have since realized that I really ought to review another beer from the same brewery. This beer compliments B ...

tange 15.11.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Red Cuillin Scottish Export Ale

Can I get back tae ma whisky noo

Advantages: Pleasant enough ale
Disadvantages: A wee bit watery for my taste.

In true loafers style here’s the third and last of the ale challenge – about two months late! But I got to this one first before Tange and Proxam so I wins! This is another ale found whilst making the arduous trip to Asda with Mrs B and a whimpering wa ...

borntoloaf 06.03.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Red Cuillin Scottish Export Ale