guest beer


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guest beer

n
(Brewing) a draught beer stocked by a bar, often for a limited period, in addition to its usual range
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A range of Oakham Ales is available, plus usually one guest beer and a cider.
There will always be one guest beer available which tends to be a dark ale.
The lawyer, who has just joined the wills & probate department at Leamington solicitors Blythe Liggins, was at the Palace of Westminster with her husband Surj, where his creation, Empress Ale, is being served as a guest beer.
Ginger Rodent will soon be the guest beer at Scottish Labour's favourite Commons watering hole the Strangers' ' Bar in Westminster.
I was disturbed last night to learn that the guest beer in the Strangers' Bar is called Top Totty and there is a picture of a nearly naked woman on the tap," Green said.
20/20 FOOD AND DRINK: Brains Dark, Bitter and SA are all available from glossy brass hand pumps, as well as their seasonal guest beer.
The FSB says any new code of practice should be written by an independent body and should include options for tied tenants to leave the tie, allow open market rent reviews and give tenants the opportunity to sell a guest beer.
A large number of brewers will also attend the show, which will have a Guest Beer Village where visitors can sample their wares
The critically acclaimed bar has a different guest beer every month but has experienced nothing like the Iceberg.
Vale of Glamorgan MP Alun Cairns helped serve the first pint of the beer at Westminster after it was chosen as a guest beer in the Strangers Bar at the Houses of Parliament.
There was also a quiz and a range of games including a sweepstake on the first guest beer to run out.