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Arbor Ales Beer Dinner Review

Arbor Ales Beer Dinner Review

Written by Oliver Coningham on 12 March 2016 in Event Review

The first vegan beer dinner at The Adam and Eve in Bristol featured unfined beer pioneers Moor Beer and a guest appearance (in the kitchen) from the highly revered Mighty Food Fight. It was a resounding success with positive feedback received for every aspect of the evening. In many ways a hard act to follow, but if anyone was up to the challenge it would be Bristol's Arbor Ales.

All their bottles and kegs are vegan-friendly, plus their dark beers on cask are also suitable. Just be aware of their milk and oyster stouts that will not be suitable in any format. Available throughout the city, a couple of their core beers (Why Kick A Moo Cow and Beech Blonde) can also be found in M&S stores in the local area. These are now being replaced with two beers brewed exclusively for M&S; a tweaked version of an existing IPA, along with a new American Pale Ale. Their robust smoked Porter, Smokescreen, is already firmly placed as my current cask beer of the year after enjoying a truly outstanding pint at No.1 Harbourside.

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