Thursday, 5 January 2017

Bedfordshire Craft Beer Review: A Good Stuffing from Charles Wells

A Good Stuffing from Charles Wells pump clip real ale
Welcome to the Shed. I am even-star and this is The Beer in Review. Today's Bedfordshire craft beer review is for A Good Stuffing from Charles Wells.

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A Good Stuffing was a gold beer that definitely did not live up to its fantastic pump clip. It tasted at first like dish water. Gross. A kind of stale fennel hoppy-ness. It is almost like they didn't rinse all of the cleaner out of the pipes.

I looked this beer up to see if anyone else had done a write up and found one that described this beer as being well balanced malt and hops with a fruity nose. I half suspect that this had gone off. Not nice.

And in case you can't quite make it out on that blurry picture (the bar was busy) the tag line says: Let it flow! Let it flow! Let it flow!

See what they did there? Rather than Let it Snow... Let it FLOW...

Whatevs. UR beer still sux.

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