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Beers of the British Isles Tasting, Friday August 30th

The British Isles have a long history of brewing with the humble Pub being the setting for people to go and enjoy a pint in a social setting.  The reputation of the beer brewed in the British Isles rests on the quality of its Ales, being home to many internationally recognized styles including Stouts, Porters and India Pale Ales.

This week we will taste some classic ale from England and Scotland alongside some slightly more unusual offerings, so come down to Beltramo’s and taste the tradition!

Try all nine of these fantastic beers for $5 this Friday, August 30th from 4:30 to 6:30. 

Adnams Broadside

Fuller’s 1845

Belhaven Wee Heavy

Green Jack ‘RIPPA’

Brewdog ‘Dogma’

St. Peter’s Cream Stout

Meantime London Porter

Harviestoun ‘Old Engine Oil’

Samuel Smith’s ‘Yorkshire Stingo’

 

Christian B., Beltramo’s Beer Buyer

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