After visiting Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, Inverness, Loch Ness, and Eilean Donan, Gavin and I finally made it to the Isle of Skye, perhaps the most hotly anticipated location on our journey!
It did not disappoint.
Last week Gavin arrived in York, and now we are travelling in Scotland!
Go Hibs Go!
“If ever you rest amongst the elderflower, foxgloves and swaying summer grasses of Kingcombe Meadows, prepare for a performance. A nimble golden harvest mouse, no larger than your thumb, uses its talented tail to somersault from stem to stem in search of wild barley and floral flavours. We’d give this grassy gymnast a gold medal every time!”
-from the back label of this beer bottle!
A couple of weeks ago I was invited to a potluck at Dr. O’Neill’s house, to which we were also encouraged to bring a bomber of Pale Ale for a blind taste test. Little did I know that my liquor store paper bag would be of a different colour from the others, and that some people can’t follow instructions very well..
Yesterday I arrived in Ghent (Sint Amandsberg to be exact) for one week of visiting and drinking! This afternoon I picked up a selection of random Belgian beers at the supermarket for sampling. Here we go!
One day after work my father and I scoured the cellars for a prime vintage of Belgian beer, with the intention to share it outside in our woodland. An especially aged bottle of the Cuvée De Ranke from Brouwerij De Ranke was retrieved from the darkness. With a pair of Leffe glasses in hand, we strode forth to quench our curiosity and our thirst!
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