Cask ale at home - wonderful Strange Brew

Had a fun dinner party last night. My buddy Karl started proceedings off well by bring round a wonderful beer. It was a cask ale from Twickenham Fine Ales – the ‘Strange Brew’.

Now I love bottled beer, but cask ales just taste different, and to enjoy them you have to go to a pub. Nothing wrong with that, but it’s nice to be able to enjoy a cask ale at home. The beer Karl brought along, which he purchased at local wine merchant Noble Green wines, was in a four pint plastic carton of the sort used for milk, taken straight from a cask.

Strange Brew is a wonderful dark ‘golden ale’ with lovely hoppy character, and a bit of spiciness. It’s incredibly easy to drink, and it was polished off pretty quickly.

1 comment to Cask ale at home – wonderful Strange Brew

  • Hi Jamie, Just a quick note to say ‘Thank You’ for giving us a mention on the blog regarding the cask ales we stock and I am glad you enjoyed the beer.
    I know you are exreamly busy but it would be great to show you around the shop sometime, we have some great tastings coming up in the shop as well, Neil Monyard from Compass Cognac and Geoff Bovey (Mr Madeira) of Bovey wines will both be holding a free tasting of there products in the shop on 11th December midday until 5.00pm,if you have a spare hour or so there will be some fabulous products on taste,see the website for further details, anyway thanks again. Regards Mike Gould,Director,Noble Green Wines ltd(mike.gould@noblegreenwines.co.uk)

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