Three beers from the last visit to the pub Old No.7 in Barnsley, this time from breweries Acorn, Oakham Ales. Drunk from a special occasion.
Yesterday I was at a farewell meeting. We said goodbye to Bartek, who returns to Poland. After Michael, he is another of our group of friends who decided to return to the country.
On this occasion, several people drank a few beers, of course, in the pub Old No.7 in Barnsley.
As the first I chose the beer from Acorn Brewery called White Oak.
It is seasonal ale brewed with American hops – Crystal. This aromatic additive promises citrus taste of the beer. I did not lose the opportunity to check it out personally.
Encouraged by the good first ale I asked for another beer from Acorna – Premiant IPA.
This is another seasonal cask-ale from this brewery, this time coming from a series of European Hopped IPA’s.
Premiant hops is a Czech variety with a delicate aroma, but mainly used to achieve the appropriate bitterness. And bitterness, as we know, is half of the success of good India Pale Ale.
And already at the end, I opted for a beer from Oakham Ales – Citra Export.
On the blog I already reviewed their bottled beer under the name Citra. So I was wondering what are my impressions of tasting this version of Citra.
And so this special Saturday evening came to an end.
Bartek, good luck!
Thanks for all these nice moments, it was really something cool.
Adam – greetings also for you. I wish you the fulfillment of your plans!
Thanks to you, guys, life here been easier.