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Beer Tasting Notes from the Retail Insider Cellar

Retail Insider scours the globe to find the perfect beer for retail’s top executives. Brewer and beer: Schneider Weisse – Tap 5 Meine Hopfen-Weisse Strength: It’s hard to believe it is as strong as 8.2%. It’s much too subtle to make its power obvious. First impressions: Relaxed and easygoing but has underlying complexity. Has a […]

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Beer Tasting Notes from the Retail Insider Cellar

Retail Insider scours the globe to find the perfect beer for retail’s top executives. Brewer: Windsor & Eton Brewery Beer:  Conqueror 1075 Black IPA Strength: Very full bodied 7.4%. Don’t get on the wrong side of it. Conditioning: Has a soft carbonation but despite appearances this is not flabby in any way. First impressions: Looks […]

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Beer Tasting Notes from the Retail Insider Cellar

Retail Insider scours the globe to find the perfect beer for retail’s top executives. Brewer: Fuller’s Past Masters XX Strength: Rich and powerful 7.5%. Conditioning: Has always turned out well when looked after. First impressions: Pleasant aroma with slight spiciness. The strength is evident but it’s well balanced with only modest bitterness. After-taste: Generally leaves […]

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Beer Tasting Notes from the Retail Insider Cellar

Retail Insider scours the globe to find the perfect beers for retail’s top executives. Brewer: Beavertown Brewery, London Beer: Bloody ‘Ell Blood Orange IPA Strength: 7.2%, pretty chunky. Label: Pretty scary on first sight. First impressions: Full-on, packs a punch. Not easily forgotten. Conditioning: Smart head that holds its own against any of the competition. […]

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Beer Tasting Notes from Retail Insider Cellar

In a new regular column Retail Insider scours the globe to find the perfect beer for retail’s top executives. Brewer: Moorhouse’s, Burnley, NW England Strength: Easygoing low alcoholic 3.4%. Style: Dark Mild. But for a low strength beer it packs plenty of punch in flavour terms. Label: What you see is what you get. Traditional in style. […]

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