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On a recent trip to the West of England, the intertwit team popped into the Boater pub in Bath where we found May 2017’s Beer of The Month!

Electric Bear Brewing Company – Werrrd! American Pale Ale 4.2%

Now we know what you’re thinking. The pump clip. In the 1980’s or 90’s a marketing executive might have thought that the combination of ghetto blaster, skateboard, sunglasses and baseball cap was an accurate representation of modern “yoof”. We’re not sure whether it was then when we were “younger” and we definitely don’t know now that we’re …errrrm more mature. Still pump clip aside this is definitely a grown up and modern pint.

Made with all the modern hops that we like such as mosaic and citra as well as the more elusive centennial, Werrrd (difficult to spell with 3 “r’s) is an excellently and eminently drinkable beer. Soft, fruity and well rounded you could put a fair few of these away in what would be an enjoyable session.

This is the first time we’ve had any beers from the Bath-based Electric Bear and we’d like to try some more! Looking at their website they it’s looks as if it’s been a bit of a labour of love to become established so more power to them!

Cheers!

Intertwit Tasting Notes:

Beer Colour: Pale and hazy (unfiltered)

Strength: 4.2%. Session friendly.

Best time to drink it: Morning to afternoon to early evening.

If you must eat food with this: Scotch eggs (quite difficult to find in Bath pubs)

Overall Rating: 7.1 (out of 10).

Other beer stuff here: Refreshments

 

If you’re going to visit Bath then definitely visit some of the pubs on this list. Our favorites were The Bell and The Star but find out for yourself!

1 Comment on this article

  • HertfordTwit 28th May 2017

    Not that I live in the West Country but I like Bath. Thanks for this tip, I used to go to a nightclub called Bog Island there when I was in my early 40’s. They didn’t let me in much.

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