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Had a wonderful time today at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton NH. Wonderful people and excellent products. All the beers I tasted were full of flavor and very full body. Smuttynose is not available in all areas but worth checking out. If your in the New England Area its worth the drive.
Just for quick notes, the Smuttlabs: Baja Noodle was a suprise. I did not think a chilli beer would be that interesting. Mixed with the Baltic Porter for a wonderful blend.
The Baltic Porter was a full body deep dark beer, just the way I like them. Tons of coffee flavors.
The Kindest Find, Chestnut Saison, Really Old Brown Dog, and the Daily Brett are all excellent beers to enjoy.
For now lets just say you wont go wrong with any of them.
You can look up Smuttynose Brewing Company at http://www.smuttynose.com/
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Fullers is an old established brewery in England. It has over 400 pubs, hotels and inns that are under the Fullers umbrella. Known for making top notch beers, they have something for everyone.
Fullers ESB – This beer has a slightly sweet taste with a taste of maple syrup in it and a hint of walnuts. This is an extremely hoppy wine A smooth beer that is easy to drink and has a nice finish. Fullers started this beer as winter brew back in 1971.
Fillers London Porter.- This is a dark rich full body porter. If you look up complex in the dictionary Fullers London Porter will be there. Fantastic flavors of nutmeg chocolate and coffee. Complex but very drinkable, smooth and extremely enjoyable. A must for dark beer fans.
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