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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucking Fastard View Post
    Just polished off Salt Citra NEIPA but was a little underwhelmed and certainly had better Citra brews,maybe the session strength 4.3 % didn't work too well after a Barley Wine.6/10

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    I love Salt beers
    last few weeks I have started my session with a BBB here are the results
    fullers -esb found this a shadow of its former self .little or no hop flavour 6/10
    marstons -old empire -decent beer and seems to be unchanged over the last 10 years 7.5 /10
    wadworth -6x surprisingly good and still got a fruity hop profile 7.75/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    Thanks for your reviews of this one and yesterday's Bowline. I've just sent off an order - some of their beers look very interesting. They've got a TRYANUARY promotional 10% off and free delivery for orders over £50 too.
    Crash & Jute are regularly available at bigger Tesco stores at £5.50 for 4 kiddie cans.

    Rather cheaper than buying them from Salt themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBCamra View Post
    Crash & Jute are regularly available at bigger Tesco stores at £5.50 for 4 kiddie cans.

    Rather cheaper than buying them from Salt themselves.
    Neither of those beers were on my shopping list, so no buyer's remorse here! I went for two each of Tram, Bowline, Bring Back the Riff - plus one each of the four Hexagon Project beers, all 440ml. Quite pricey at nearly £5 each (after discount), but as all are 8% abv or more (except Bowline @ 6.6%), I don't think that's excessive in terms of bangs per buck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBCamra View Post
    Crash & Jute are regularly available at bigger Tesco stores at £5.50 for 4 kiddie cans.
    £6.00 for 4 down south.
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    Salt -- The Haxagon Project #1

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    12 months of barrel aging in Red Bordeaux casks certainly gives a wine flavour to the 11.1% Baltic Porter . Pours with a very modest head but some effervescence. The nose is interesting besides the wine there is faint oak and fruits while the alcohol gives out a whisky note.I wish I was a super taster,then I might detect more from the 7 malts !
    The only hop is Cascade but after each slurp there is a pleasing dryness which makes for easy drinking . A second is almost too tempting 9/10
    4.8 units of alcohol .
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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    marstons -old empire -decent beer and seems to be unchanged over the last 10 years 7.5 /10
    I have a stash of Christmas present beers under the sink, mostly usual suspect beers that I wouldn't buy myself and generally not my sort of thing, many are destined for the sink but among them is an Old Empire.jpg which I am drinking now, a little on the sweet side but not too bad. 6/10.
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    Just enjoyed a Brew York Tonkoko Milk Stout, followed by North Brewing Session Pale from Leeds. Have to get chips & gravy on the way home...
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    Salt -- Huckaback NEIPA

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    A really good New England IPA with body and a smooth hop delivery from a mix of Amarillo,Citra and Mosaic in a hazy brew.So much better than their single hop Citra NEIPA and a joy to drink .9/10
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    Both Tesco and Sainsburys in London do Salt beers.My current fav is Alpaca.

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