Have a look at this wonderfully minimalist site.
Anyone had it?
I have now tried the other two beers from Luckie Ales, the German Gold and Amber Ale.
Like other beers of this type the German Gold doesn’t taste of very much to me. Those who like that sort of drink would probably enjoy it greatly.
The Amber Ale is very full of flavour and it would be well worth trying several bottles to pin down the flavour more precisely.
Certainly well worth the occasional trip to the farmer’s market at Cupar to pick up some bottles.
I was intrigued by this posting and, since I was going to Cupar anyway, looked out for these beers at the farmer’s market this morning. I am sampling the Robust Porter at the moment and it is very good. It has a variety of flavours and bears comparison with the best the Caledonian Brewery in Edinburgh has ever produced.
If I remember I will comment on the other two when I have sampled them. If they are as good it is well worth the occasional trip to Cupar to get supplies.
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