Sunday, May 11, 2014

In Spring, a young man's thoughts softly turn to ...

A proper ale.  Wells Bombadier, recommended for those who are not satisfied by Miller Light.

5 comments:

aurictech said...

What? No link to "Shropshire Lad #62"?

OMMAG said...

A good choice ..... maybe try a Boddington's Pub Ale if you can find it. Creamy smooth.

Differ said...

That stuff knocks Boddies into a cocked hat....now Greene King Abbot Ale... a true competitor to Charlie Wells' best. Dad and I would pick the Fox because it was only a quarter mile up the road. It had Charles Wells ales, but of a summer evening we'd walk the 2.5 miles to Odell for Greene King IPA or Abbot because...well because beer.

Ken said...

I have been enjoying Yards Brewing Co.'s Jefferson's Tavern Ale recently. It's reputed to be based on Jefferson's own recipe.

Tröeg's Brewing, out of Hershey, has a couple of really nice ales.

knirirr said...

This is quite a nice beer; I always have it with fish and chips on a friday night.