According to CAMRA (CAMpaign for Real Ale), in their Good Beer Guide 2011, Yorkshire is officially the place in the UK where there are the biggest number of breweries and the most different type of beers being brewed. And most of them are concentrated in West Yorkshire and North Yorkshire Counties as described in this BBC article dated 15 September 2011.
Being a fan of beer and having discovered real ale when I came to this country 10 years ago, to me it’s another reason to like this place. That’s why I’d like to share my “beer adventures” with you. I am not one of those who go around pubs and mark the beers according to what they taste like. No I just want to have a good time and appreciate my pint without any fuss. If I like it great, if not I won’t buy it anymore!
Anyway when you go out for a pint, sometime there are some moments or places worth remembering and that’s what I’ll try to talk about here. So here we go, below are my posts about my beer adventures:
- A “True Beer” adventure on train (Published 27 November 2011)