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    Have a try of Punk AF too. There's a sour called Raspberry Blitz also - all 0.5%.
    Tried 2 pints of the Punk AF in the Doghouse in Glasgow today. For an alcohol free beer, it's really good!

    I also tried a bottle of Moretti Grani Antichi (from my local Tesco of all places) tonight, and it was absolutely glorious! Quite like a blonde Leffe, but much more intense. One of the tastiest beers I've ever tried, but at £5 for a 750ml bottle, it's not cheap.


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    I see Fierce are opening a bar on Rose Street this weekend. Definitely one on my list of places to try.
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    Anyone know of a decent place for a drink in Dingwall? Seems to be a choice of the Mallard or Caledonian.
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    Craft Beer Festival at The Biscuit Factory this w-end, if I'm reading the t&c's correctly it seems awfy dear for a 6 pint limit.

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    Anyone know of a decent place for a drink in Dingwall? Seems to be a choice of the Mallard or Caledonian.
    Good while since I've been in Dingwall but that's pretty much it. Oscars is/was a not bad sports bar but it's a bit out, on the Strathpeffer road.

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    Anyone know of a decent place for a drink in Dingwall? Seems to be a choice of the Mallard or Caledonian.
    The Royal and National hotels have bars. Wouldn't bother really but the Royal is just across the road from the Caley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangkok Hibby View Post
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    The Royal and National hotels have bars. Wouldn't bother really but the Royal is just across the road from the Caley
    Cheers guys. Had a pint of average ipa in the caledonian and now in the Mallard and have eaten and on the second pint of an OK pint of Belhaven derived ale.
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    Enjoying a nice cold bottle of Northern Light from Orkney, really nice pale ale

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    The pre-match pint of Belhaven Best in the Hoppy was very brisk. Somewhere around 3 glasses poured to get one proper pint. After a minor mix up at the taps, my pint had a quick injection of Strongbow. Amazingly, it didnít taste any worse.

    Not something I would order again though. 😂

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    I had a pint of Melba by Thornbridge in the Bow Bar yesterday. Peach IPA, very decent. Also had a pint of something dark and very malty, proper Scottish heavy type beer in the Guildford but I was too pished to remember the name by that point. I think it was good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Also had a pint of something dark and very malty, proper Scottish heavy type beer in the Guildford but I was too pished to remember the name by that point. I think it was good though.
    That's the sort of stuff I tend to go for if getting involved in beer, very rarely in the summer months though, March of the Penguins and Midnight Sun from Williams Bros or Orkney Dark Island.

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    I had a couple of Stewart Brewing's "First World Problems" earlier - didn't realise quite how strong it was on top of other stuff I'd drunk, so I'm currently on water....lovely tipple though!

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    I had a couple of cans from Lost Pier Brewing, Apa Actually American pale ale and Paddleboarder Pale Ale. I got them through the book club I'm a member of...


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