I haven't had their bottled beer yet - only cask., and that has been lovely every time I've tried it I got the impression right at the beginning that what they really wanted to be was a cask beer brewery - bottling and kegging were just necessities planned to give them more than one outlet.NRB said:My first taste of 3Ravens was of an infected batch - tasted like soy sause and sausages. I e-mailed them several times but they never responded. Unfortunately the 6pack was all opened at once and couldn't be returned - it was for a beer tasting evening.
I'm not a fan.
Lucky I didn't end up going thenMalnourished said:Just to save people the trip, their beers haven't been on cask at the Sherlock Holmes for quite a long time now.
The Sherlock's still worth a look, but they aren't open on weekends either.
Do you know if they're on tap/cask anywhere else?Malnourished said:Just to save people the trip, their beers haven't been on cask at the Sherlock Holmes for quite a long time now.[post="87014"][/post]
Word on the street is that they may be appearing on cask at Lambsgo Bar in the future, but I'm not aware of anywhere that they're currently available. I'd imagine it's pretty hard to convince a bar owner to start serving cask ales in this country. Dammit I miss the Brandon... :angry:RobW said:Do you know if they're on tap/cask anywhere else?