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Discussion in 'Pubs and Eating Out' started by Tilly, Apr 11, 2019.
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Opening on Good Friday. Owned by Jess & Mark who are very enthusiastic & Mark is knowledgeable about craft beers.
Friday 19 April: 12-6pm
Saturday 20 April: 11am-9pm
Sunday 21 April: CLOSED
Monday 22 April: 12-6pm
Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/candidbeer/
Shouldn't we have a thread on them in Pubs & Eating Out section?
Make one then
The two previous posts really need transferring to it, which isn't in my remit.
Time for its own thread with previous posts moved over?
Oh, it seems to have happened... ↑
Lucky for us we have a forum fairy to sort that out for us.
I can open a bottle or tin at home
Please say there's at least one light ale on draught
It tinna gunna werk
6 beers on tap. As they are going to be craft beers the odds are that they will mostly be pale and hoppy.
Like someone who's just been released from prison you mean
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So tap as in big tins/keg as opposed to cask ales like wot they have in pubs
Not necessarily. To confuse the older drinker there are now things called KeyKegs which don't bring CO2 into contact with the beer and which can contain either cask (real ale) or keg. (they can also contain cider, wine , coffee & other beverages). Basically the beer is squeezed out of a container through a tap.
Somewhat similar containers are available from other suppliers
To really confuse older drinkers, as well as real ales in bottles it is also possible to get real ales in cans.
I say old chap
Young people are confused too
Lets just say having seen that set up it's been very useful ....
One of their beers on at the preopening was Burnt Mill Pintle IPA from Suffolk, described as fresh & unfiltered.
Draught & can. Pale ale brewed with wheat, oats and flaked barley in the grist to smooth out the body. Whirlpooled and dry hopped with Australian Cascade and Citra.
If they received the approval of the Campaign for Real Ale, would they be Candid Camra?
The civil war continues on that one.
Wow, that's a blast from the past , I can barely remember that show