Purple in color and containing a mysterious sediment, Papal Outrage attained an honorable mention as the Low Counties’ only representative at the London Real Ale Festival.
Prominent tastes of clover, radish, egg and peach dominate distant overtones of methane in this complex, brooding ale. With an alcohol content of 27%, and an appearance not unlike molasses, this brew is strictly for the connoisseur.
A review of a very special real ale - Theologian's Miscalculation.
Dark and brooding, with a an initial gregariousness that is complemented by a more confrontational mouth-feel. Theologian's is not for the feint-hearted.
In the first of a series of podcasts, Bryce explores the philosophy behind his style of cooking. In this episode he explains the concept of "Reciprocity".
A few welcoming remarks for my new series of podcasts.