Vobes Show 1837
Anyway, on to the beers. In this show we sampled the very lovely Thornbridge Brewery’s Jaipur which I was thrilled to discover was a very hoppy beer, similar to Hop Wallop by the Victory Brewing Company in the USA we had when we were over there. I do like a nice kick in the hop department.
Next up was the Hogs Back Brewery, a celebratory ales for the Queens 60th year as monarch. This was called Majestea. It was in fact a spruced up version of their T.E.A ale with an increased in alcoholic content of 10% to a lovely 5.2%. It was rich, deep and malty and I did enjoy that.
Finally we had the Meantime Brewery’s London Stout and after a little debate between the difference of a stout and a porter, we found this pretty good, although Jimmy wasn’t as delighted with it as I was.
Enjoy the show, we also discuss car parking, the merits and complications of WordPress websites and the joy of researching the old historic directories for the Bald Explorer episode I am working on.