Booze Reviews Platinum: Ruddles County

So a couple of days ago, I dropped $40 on eight beers. The cheapest of them was $2, the most expensive nearly $11. As such, I’ve decided to do a series of “Platinum” Booze Reviews, on expensive, high-class alcohol. This will last at least until such time as I’ve finished my beer. First up: Ruddles County.

Ruddles County is a traditional English ale, brewed in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. If you like ales, this one is a treat. It’s got a nice golden brown color to it, pours wonderfully, and tastes great. It’s quite smooth, but has a hoppy aftertaste to it that gives it a real ale flavor without being overly bitter. All in all, a great beer to drink with dinner or on its own.

This beer, like all the beers I purchased this weekend, was bought at Booze Brothers in Reno, Nevada. Apart from having an awesome name, their selection is incredible. If you’re in the area I highly recommend them.

One Thought on “Booze Reviews Platinum: Ruddles County”

  1. Wow Nick. That is a lot of money. I will have to splurge one of these days to increase my beer buds (beer taste buds).

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