O’Briens Wine Beer & Spirits
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  • Autumn Ambers

    Autumn leaves are turning to amber and red, which of course got me thinking about red ale. But what is a red ale? It’s all down to the used of kilned malts such as the aptly named Caramel malt, which lends the beer its red colour, however the colour is, and ought to be, secondary to the primary purpose of creating a great tasting beer.

    There is a whole range of beers that are encompas...

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    Autumn Ambers
  • Lambic: All treats no tricks

    I enjoy introducing people to Lambic beers, the first taste always draws surprise. Barnyard, white wine, cidery, tart, lactic, fruity, musty are just some of the words people use to describe lambics. One word that I think best encapsulates it is ‘funky’.

    Lambic is primarily brewed in the small Pajottenland region of Belgium. They use a portion of unmalted wheat to give extr...

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    Lambic: All treats no tricks

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