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Aged Red Squirrel Brewery IPA in the USA - Part 2

Red Squirrel IPA in the USA

Part 2 of a 4 part review on aged beer

Things are really starting to change now and if I’m blunt and honest, it’s certainly not for the best.

Every time I’ve opened one of these bottles I’ve literally been amazed at just how lively the beer is, everything usually stays in the bottle once the cap is removed but once you start pouring it literally erupts. I thought this might have settled down at bit with after another six months in the bottle but as you can see from the above picture it’s just as lively as it ever was. If anything it would seem to be getting livelier!

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Lets toast to Saint Livinus - Tasting - Livinus

Saint Livinus (~ 580 – 12 November 657) was an apostle in Flanders and Brabant, venerated as a saint and martyr in the Saint Bavo Chapel, Ghent. His memorial day is the 12th of November.

I couldn't wait for his memorial day to drink a beer named after him, though. Or to be honest I didn't know beforehand that the beer is named after a saint. Anyway the next beer I drink I'll toast to him.

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The Kameleon Donker - Tasting - The Kameleon Donker

Buying beers is an easy thing. You go to the shop get a beer, pay and you are done. With more choice the time to select a beer takes more time. With an endless possibility of choice it might even take longer.

I usually buy just one beer after another without looking at the label. For me the name of a company doesn't count. Small companies could produce good beers, industry could as well. Just depends on the personal taste.

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