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Nubiwan

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Ordinary Bitter on nitro. Takes me back to the pints of bitter enjoyed in England. Used Crisp floor malted marris otter as the base. Highly recommend. 🍻
Bitters I remember in UK pubs hardly ever had a fine head on them like that. Good on yer. Perhaps I was drinking in sh*t holes. Entirely likely. In my defence, was always more of a lager drinker in my "beer soaked rugby" youth.
 

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From Eastern Canada. I mean as East as it gets. This came out in time for Paddy's day, not by design, mere coincidence. An American Amber, so christened it Paddy's Orange. I thought it a nice ironic name for a beer. Funny how the sun makes a pint look like the dogs bollocks. For none UK residents, that's a good thing.

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The white head seems unusual. Anything special in the recipe?
I don't know @Teromous' recipe, but I'll hazard a guess that Roasted Barley is the (only) dark malt in the recipe. RB foam tends to be very pale compared with black patent, chocolate, etc.
 

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That looks amazing. Excellent glassware choice, my favourite for that style.
Yeah, this thread is simultaneously making me thirsty and itchy to buy new mugs, although I know I don't actually need them and I don't have any free space in my kitchen cabinet. So I'm stuck drinking all beers from just one set of overpriced glassware, like a goddamn savage.
 

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Yeah I have 3 different types of glasses for me beer, and that's it. My favourite is a set of ~700ml glasses, crystal, that I got for a bargain online. Tall and beautiful, and now that I keg they're easy to fill as well (a 440ml bottle just never cut it, so to take a pic I'd have to open two of them). I know they're not the best, but I love them.
 
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