300 Days of Beer – Pembrokeshire Omnibus

300BeersIt’s been a busy week in South Wales with the extended family, every day full of activity and excitement. Along the way, I’ve managed to get a few beers in – the three featured in this bumper post, plus another five stored up for the coming days! So, on with the show…

Day 229 – 9th August 2016

The first beer was from the Felinfoel Brewing Company. Their ‘Double Day 229 - Double DragonDragon’ was a copper red ale with a strong fruity flavour that combined to apparently make it worthy of the billing of ‘The National Ale of Wales’. This was consumed after a day at an adventure park with the kids which involved crazy golf, mini-Landrovers and a rather easy maze! If you want to see what the brewery is all about, head over to http://www.felinfoel-brewery.com

Day 230 – 10th August 2016

Day 230 - HammerheadThe very next day saw myself and Mrs Moore head off for a day on our own. First stop was Tenby for lunch at Caffe Vista in the form of a pie and a local ale. The ale in question was ‘Hammerhead’, a strong Australian IPA with a huge tropical fruit kick that was a joy to behold. From here we drove over to Bosherston and walked through the lily ponds (not literally) to the beach at Broadhaven. We finished with a pint at Wiseman’s Bridge before finally going back to the house for tea! The website you want is http://tenbybrewingco.com

Day 231 – 13th August 2016

After the week finished, today was time to come back home again. An early start meant Day 231 - Red Rescuethat we could get back at a decent time – just after One o’clock to be not-quite-precise! After unpacking and enjoying the benefit of a stable wi-fi connection, it was time for tea and tonight’s beer – as I’m back in Shropshire, then it made sense to have a beer from one of Shropshire’s best breweries in Wood’s. Their ‘Red Rescue’ is a lovely red IPA-style ale which is a limited edition brew to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. And I’m doing my bit for charity, as 5p from the purchase goes to the charity too! As ever, the website is http://www.woodbrewery.co.uk


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