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(Daily Mail)   Who needs Russian Imperial Stout? Royalists are into the Queen's own English Imperial Bitter, a £4 pint brewed using water and organic barley from Sandringham. Or if you're hipster you can get the Queen's IPA with three flavours of hop   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line
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3 days ago  
Ixnay on the Russian mentions, especially when they could have spared them from execution.

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3 days ago  
Meh. Call me when she starts giving out Pusser's Rum to HMS sailors (the "daily tot" = 1 pint per day per man) again.

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/England expects that every man will do his duty
 
3 days ago  
Screw bitters I want something as dark as my own soul. IRS is what made me absolutely fall in love with beer. I'm fairly sure if I consume enough of it I'll be as hard to put down as Rasputin himself.

Gimme all the malty hoppy choclatey coffeyey goodness. If you're not consuming 300 calories in a 12 Oz bottle are you really drinking?

ALSO WHAT THE HELL DO I HAVE TO DO TO FIND SOME STORM KING.
 
2 days ago  
I disagree with the headline and only need to offer one rebuttal in rebuke:

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9-10% ABV, black as midnight, tastes like there is chocolate, a pork chop and a dip of Rasputin's penis in every one. I can't recommend it more than that...
 
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