REVIEW: Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout

Bristol Beer Factory
Milk Stout
4.5%
Bristol, UK

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Bristol Beer Factory have beenĀ producing some fantastic beers for a while. I’ve been lucky enough to try many variants of their beer on cask in pubs across London but recently picked up a bottle of their Milk Stout from Clapton Craft and was massively looking forward to trying it.
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REVIEW: Beavertown Holy Cowbell

Beavertown Brewery
Holy Cowbell India Stout
5.6%
Tottenham, London, UK


Back in summer Beavertown, formerly based in Hackney moved to Tottenham to a larger unit to increase their output. They’ve also started distributing more cans of their beers around London and further afield. I’ve reviewed the Smog Rocket and Black Betty in can form recently on here. Let’s not forget that I called the 8 Ball Rye IPA one of the best beers ever created, or something too. So to say I’m a fan of Beavertown would be an understatement.
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REVIEW: Redchurch Brewery Hoxton Stout

Redchurch Brewery
Hoxton Stout
6%
Bethnal Green, London, UK

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I’ve tried a couple of beers by east London’s Redchurch Brewery and they’ve all been excellent. I’m a regular drinker of their pale ale as my favourite burger joint, Honest Burgers always stocks them. They have a great core range of beers and included in my London Ales by Mail order was the Hoxton Stout.

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