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I want to buy my friend a couple of real ales. Can anyone suggest a couple of bottles, preferably lighter because shes a lady and not into the heavy shit. Preferably organic.
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Natty light
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Bit of Old Peculier.
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#8
depends on what you can find and like the sound of, golden ale is probably easier to go for than your standard bitters. just go tesco or something and check out their ale shelves.

St Peter's organic is a somewhat easy to get hold of organic, even though it's not particularly amazing, but it'll suffice for a beginner.


Also: http://www.camra.org.uk/organicbeers
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#11
Samuel Smith's makes a line of organic ales, as well. Their organic chocolate stout is amazeballs.
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#13
Ilkley Brewery Mary Jane. Not organic but great.

For organic stuff have a look The Little Valley products. They have plenty on offer
#16
Honey Dew. It's lovely.



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#17
personally I rarely drink the same ale twice, there's just too much choice. I barely remember what I've tried and what it was like.

get her like five or six different looking bottles and let her explore.
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personally I rarely drink the same ale twice, there's just too much choice. I barely remember what I've tried and what it was like.

get her like five or six different looking bottles and let her explore.


that sounds awful... i've tried a lot, but you always come back for the good ones..
#20
There are so many ales to try, good ones too.

I normally drink around 3 bottles a week, not a lot. I normally get the Honey Dew or Wandle as part of my 3 for £5 deal.

I really can't recommend Honey Dew highly enough.
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that sounds awful... i've tried a lot, but you always come back for the good ones..



i'm curious when I see something different.

and I drink spirits regularly so it's usually one pint of some ale i've never seen and liquor the rest of the night.
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#23
That honey dew stuff already mentioned is nice.

Also don't know if their organic or not but good light ones at the moment in your supermarkets are:
Twisted Wheel
Indian Pale Ale (IPA) are often quite good
Lancaster brewery blond (never tried it but do like some of their other stuff)
Banana bread (tastes of banana, quite interesting)