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The Tale Of The Ale is a blog about Craft Beer. Reuben Gray is a beer wri..
At the weekend, I organised the Beoir judging of all beer available at the Franciscan Well Brewpub's annual Cask and Strange Brews ..read more
The Tale Of The Ale by Taleofale - 1M ago
I picked up the new beers from The Format before Christmas, I held on to them and brought them up to try with Steve Lamond (BeersI'veKnown ..read more
The Tale Of The Ale by Taleofale - 1M ago
2019 was an interesting one for me because I didn't drink a lot of high ABV beers. I tended to go for lower ABV styles, mostly Session ..read more
The Tale Of The Ale by Taleofale - 2M ago
I picked up a few cans of Mad Squirrel beers in Belfast to try, purely because I really liked the look of the cans if I'm honest. I love ..read more
The Tale Of The Ale by Taleofale - 4M ago
I received some samples to try of the latest Hop Adventure series from O'Hara's recently and the latest version uses Idaho 7 hops. There' ..read more
Let's face it, the tourism industry on the island of Islay off the west coast of Scotland is dominated by whisky tourism. Islay whisky is ..read more
The Tale Of The Ale by Taleofale - 5M ago
I've had a very busy summer and haven't really written any blog posts so I figured it was about time to get back to it. the whole back ..read more
Beer made from bread? Sure why not, brewing and baking have gone hand-in-hand for thousands of years and the process is quite similar as ..read more
Competition time. If you fancy winning a pair of tickets to Alltech Brews and Food Fair on Friday the 15th of March, just enter below or ..read more
The Tale Of The Ale by Reuben Gray - 1y ago
I was sent a few samples of an updated range of Grafters by Rye River Brewing. The range of pale ale, IPA and Kolsch have received fresh ..read more

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