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77 (Seventy Seven)

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Brand: Brewdog / / Type: Ale

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      26.02.2014 17:23

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      A great session lager

      Generally I'm not a fan of lager. When I here the term I thing of the generic big brands which just taste like carbonated dish water to me. I'm a fan of really hoppy IPAs and flavourful porters.

      But when this lager came out from Brewdog I decided I'd like to give it a try. It's actually a really great beer and low and behold it DOESN'T taste like carbonated dish water! It's not too strong so it's a great session beer - you could have a few and still be able to walk in a straight line, which isn't the case for some other beers by Brewdog! There actually is a faint hoppy taste to the beer, and it has just the right amount of carbonation to it.

      It's great value too, especially the cans - I often find them on sale for 99p in my local off licence.i really love reading the bottle as well - it's often quite good reading the side of a Brewdog bottle.

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