Monday, 3 October 2016

Staffordshire Craft Beer Review: Anchor from Titanic

Ahoy Hop Heads! Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Staffordshire craft beer review is for Anchor from Titanic.

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Anchor was a dark gold. Strong bitter, lemon grass hoppy with a fruity tangy. Citrus grapefruit, refreshing, very bitter green edge, creamy head.

We are back in the UK again folks. I hope you enjoyed your little Lanzarote interlude and some of the great craft beers of the Canary Islands.

There is going to be JUST enough time to get caught up on my beer review backlog before we visit Budapest. Been reading up on the city and it looks like there will be plenty of interesting beer to tell you about. If I can figure out how to ask for it in Hungarian. I think beer is sor and wine is bort. As long as I don't get them mixed up it should be fine.


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